Sacked teachers ask KP government to implement SC order
Mansehra: The sacked teachers on Wednesday threatened to commit self-immolation if the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government didn't follow the court orders to reinstate them.
Students Week held at Govt Girls College Mithra
Peshawar: Recitation, English, Urdu and Pashto literature competitions as well as performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet were held, finishing with prize distribution ceremony.
Furniture provided to several govt schools in Peshawar
Peshawar: Under the Peshawar Uplift Program, the KP govt has been prioritizing the restoration of schools destroyed in the 2015 earthquake. Furniture has been provided to the affected schools, including 2389 chairs for students and 68 for teachers.
Dengue elimination, performance of Education Dept to be monitored
Peshawar: Chairman DIDAC Arbab Jahandad said the work of eduaction dept will be reviewed as well as the ongoing developmental plans in the city.
48 lac allocated for Sheikh Junaid Abad schools
Peshawar: District Councillor of Union Council 13 Sheikh Junaida Abad, Saeed-ur-Rehman Safi allocated 48 lac to primary, middle and high schools in the area for their developmental fund. He said quality furniture will be bought for providing best facilities to the students.
Speech competition held at Govt School Sohbatpur
Sohbatpur: A speech contest was held by the Debating Society because extra-curricular activities are also important to be held side side with education.
Every effort for promotion of education is lauded
Quetta: DEO Male Muhammad Zaman Khan and DEO Female Abida Kakar’s efforts lead to the restoration of closed schools and their efforts are appreciated.
Study UK exhibition tour in Islamabad
Islamabad: Students from Islamabad and across Pakistan will have the chance to meet representatives from some of the best British universities as part of the study exhibition.
CADD officers told to examine schools upgradation
Islamabad: The meeting of the steering committee was held to oversee the quality and progress of work on the physical upgradation of its Islamabad Educational institutes under the prime minister's Educational reform program.
5000 teachers to be sent abroad for training
Schools Education Department held a briefing for the members of the Punjab assembly belonging on different educational reforms. A briefing was given on the ongoing program of school education.
Football tournament held at Roots
Islamabad: Roots Ivy International school girls football team swept the tournament to become the champions.
No schools, universities built in Pindi in four years
Rawalpindi: It is worrying that the government has not build any schools or universities in Rawalpindi in the last four years, said Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Amir Sirajul Haq on Wednesday.
PU issues BA/BSC date sheet
Punjab University Examinations department has issued the date sheets for BA/BSC part I, part II, and composite compulsory examination.
New generation to learn modern education
Multan: Commissioner Bilal Ahmed Butt said that new generation should be taught to learn science and technology in their education system. There should be more focus on provision of quality education.
Lectures delivered at different Institutes
Lahore: Students of Government High School Kout Abdul Malick under the Agahi Program visited Quaid e Azam Town and Johar Town and saw the gallery. Different institutes were also visited for lecture deliverance.
Government schools advised to achieve enrollment target
Khanewal:Punjab government including Khanewal has reminded the 36 government schools to achieve their enrollment targets otherwise action will be taken.
Lecture on traffic regulations delivered
Multan: Regional Police officer on the directives of traffic head delivered lectures in private institutes to make them aware of the traffic needs and necessary measures to ensure safety.
Muslim league (N) focusing on education
Vehari:At an event held, Muslim league representatives emphasized on how education has been the main focus and they have been taking constructive steps to bring about noticeable improvements.
Event held to commemorate Sir Syed’s birthday
Multan: Under an initiative taken by Government Iqbal Secondary School Sir Syed’s 200th birthday was celebrated with a discussion on the contribution of Sir Syed towards the educational advancement.
NA-92 ignored in terms of health and education
Gujranwala: Tehreek e Insaaf NA-92 member Chaudry Rizwan stated that in the name of promised no work has yet been done in action and health care and education have been gravely ignored.
Farrukh Naveed visits schools
Sialkot: Deputy Commissioner Sialkot visited government schools and witnessed the quality of education coupled with immediate changes made. The principle of the Girl’s High School has been transferred and Elementary School headmaster has been dismissed.
Upgradation in full swing
Gujranwala :Commissioner Caption Muhammad Asif said the increase in literacy rate has brought about developmental betterment and has geared the country towards progress and growth. Thus upgradation work is in the pipeline, directing towards the broader objective.
Fee hike by private schools
Multan: CEO District Education Authority raises a concern over private schools fee hike.
Teachers protest on closure of school
Rawalpindi: Punjab Teachers Union protested on closure of Zia ul Uloom High School Raja Bazaar due to construction of a commercial plaza.
Lack of teachers in govt college for women
Dhudial: Students at the college may end up wasting one year due to lack of teachers. Promises have been made to hire staff as soon as possible.
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Children’s educational future should be protected
Jand: Parents requested that Primary Girls School No. 2 Jand should not be given to Punjab Education Foundation (PEF).
Complete story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-10-26/page-12
5th International conferences starts
Karachi: The 3-Day International Karachi conference will be held from October 27-29 at the Arts Council of Pakistan to showcase current research and critical discourse.
Basics of education
Government schools taken front position in education standards
Multan: Headmaster Government High School District Jail Muhammad Bashir has said that government schools have taken front position in education standards and government is focusing the department.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2017-10-26/page-2
District Muzaffargarh has got prominent position in education field, Dr. Allah Bakhsh
Muzaffargarh: Provincial Secretary Education Dr. Allah Bakhsh Malik said during meeting with officers of Muzaffargarh that Muzaffargarh has remained prominent in the field of education.
Decision for transfers on board level to stop cheating in examinations
Multan: Department of Higher Education Punjab has decided to transfer board officer and other staff in order to over-come cheating during matriculation, FA and FSc.
Elementary school students sitting in open due to insufficient classrooms
Noor Shah Gilani: The Government Elementary School Kamal Pur Jathiyal is having only five classrooms; whereas number of students is 287, so the students have to sit under open sky.
Five primary schools dysfunctional despite education emergency
Garhi Yaseen: Despite Education Emergency in Taluka Garhi Yaseen, five government schools are still unattended. Reportedly, Primary School Guhram Khan Jafri, Village Faqeer, Primary School Ata Muhammad Tunio, Village Sahta and Nazar Muhammad Wadho are dysfunctional. Teachers of the said schools are getting salary at homes.
Two middle schools closed in Taluka Dokri
Dokri: Government Boys and Girls Middle School Village Abdul Kareem Unar are left dysfunctional since years and teachers do not attend their duties. Protests were also carried for deputation of teachers and restoration of the schools.
Primary school construction work did not complete
Sanghar: Construction work of Government School Union Council Bobi was started some nine years ago, but it is left in the same condition.
Protest against closure of school
Nao Kot: A protest was carried by the residents of Village Faqeer Syed Wali Muhammad Shah against closure of primary school of the Village, stating that school is left closed due to unavailability of teachers.
Students stood against crumbling condition of school building
Samaro: The Students of Government Girls High School Samaro carried a protest against dilapidated condition of the school, stating that its different parts are falling intermittently.
Primary school under shortage of basic facilities
Lakhi Ghulam Shah: Government Primary School Village Muhammad Pariyal Mahar is facing acute shortage of basic facilities of furniture; even its building is in critical condition and walls are cracking.
Judge raids on school
Jacobabad: Civil Judge Tangwani paid an unscheduled visit to different schools of the city and found girls primary closed; thatch and household were kept in the building. He ordered to vacant the building.
School building occupied by its headmaster
Jacobabad: The building of Government Primary School Ghous Bakhsh Pechuho was occupied by its headmaster. He has turned the building as his house.
Naudero Model English School engulfed by issues
Naudero/ Larkana: The Government Model English Medium High School Naudero is left without teachers since 2014. Protests were held for deputation of different subject teachers, but no response was received.
DEO transferred on allegations of corruption
Dadu: The District Education Officer Dadu Abdul Aziz Chachar was transferred by the Secretary Education on allegations of corruption. He was directed to report the Director Office Karachi.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-26/news/page2/1%20(2).htm
School roof collapses, students remained safe
Mirpurkhas: Roof parts of Government Comprehensive Secondary School Mirpurkhas tumbled down suddenly, but students and other staff remained safe.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-26/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
Two girls school buildings dilapidating
Adil Pur: Buildings of Government Girls Middle School Dhameji and Girls High School Adil Pur were constructed some eight years ago; still their SNE was not approved and both buildings have reached to crumbling condition.
Illegal promotions exposed in Education Department Jamshoro
Kotri: Reportedly, illegal promotions have been exposed in the Education Department Jamshoro by keeping eligible teachers at the back. Juniors have been promoted by receiving huge amount of bribery.Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-26/news/page3/1%20(46).htm
Extracurricular activities are necessary in educational institutes
Quetta: The District Education Officer Quetta Abdul Mateeb Afridi has said that extracurricular activities are compulsory, along with academic activities in educational institutes and present government is trying to providing all concerned facilities.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50476/59f0da88911cb
Demand for primary school in Naal
Naal: It has been demanded by the public of Naal for provision of primary school, pointing that hundreds of children are kept aloof of basic education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50498/59f0dc40ce63c
Baloch students are being kept distant from education
Gwadar: Organizer BSO Gwadar Naseer Ahmed Nagori has opined that Baloch students are being kept at distant position deliberately.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50572/59f0fbc07e532
BSAC alleged rulers of education backwardness
Quetta: Spokesperson Baloch Students Action Committee has said in an issued statement that rulers are responsible for backwardness of education.
Better education is our priority
Othal: Provision of better education is our priority; our firm belief is to provide our youth standard education and effective steps are being taken in that context. The views were shared by DDO Abdul Majeed Bhatti.Complete Story: http://www.dailyintekhab.com.pk/newspaper/p2/story.php?param=batreen.jpg
Eleven professors to be transferred on Government directives
Peshawar: Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to transfer and deputed 11 professors (male and female). Directives have been issued in that regard.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper-detail.php?image=ODc3NzU=
Funds of 48 lac rupees spared for Junaidabad schools
Peshawar: The District Councilor Union Council 13 Saeed ur Rahman has spared 48 lac rupees funds for all primary and middle Schools of Shaikh Junaidabad.
Students deprived of safe water facility
Khyber Agency: Students in Government Schools of Landi Kotal have been deprived of safe drinking water facility. It has been demanded for provision of the required facilities.
School closed on teachers transfers
Malagori: Government Community Primary School Murad Dhand was closed by Education Department Khyber Agency by transferring its teachers.Complete Story: http://naibaat.com.pk/Pre/peshawar/Page03.aspx