Provincial government focusing on education:
Anayat Ullah expressed his views by saying it is not possible for countries to prosper without investing in education. No nation can prosper if they provide their generations with the right power of education as well as personal building, for which the state is responsible.
All destroyed schools must be rebuilt
Election commission officer Iqbal made a statement that all school of Peshawar that have been destroyed will be rebuilt before the 2018 elections.
Workshop on child friendly education held
Teachers of various schools & madaris were trained on evolving techniques of Child friendly education (CFE).Aiming to improve teaching & learning environment in schools and madrassas of KPK.
Schools asked to adopt measures against dengue outbreak
The elementary and secondary education department has asked the heads of government schools to adopt preventive measures against dengue outbreak in the district.
Lack of staff at girls school protested
Parents of girls studying in the Government Girls Middle School, Arg, staged a protest against shortage of teachers in the school on Friday in Mingora.
School, seminary teachers get ‘child-friendly training’
Teachers from schools and seminaries from across KP on Sunday were trained on adopting ‘children friendly education’ practices.
Students protest water shortage
A large number of students from government degree college Khanpur in Adenzai on Friday observed class boycott and demonstrated outside the Chakdara Press Club against the varsity management and Pesco authorities for failing to ensure power connection to the college tube-well despite its construction four years ago.
Ceremony for Bi-annual examination held at govt high school
Ceremony for bi-annual examination held at govt high school in Sanjavi.
Working for education, Amin Ullah Durrani
President, Balochistan School Teachers Association stated that they are working for provision of quality education and solving problems of public schools.
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Fata colleges will soon be solarized
FATA Development Authority Scale Manager says that concrete efforts are being made in Bajaur Agency to promote arts and craft education in the agency. All colleges including Commerce college will be shifted to solar energy soon.
WFP to disburse cash among FATA students next month
The World Food Programme (WFP) would start first time monthly cash disbursement among 13,000 FATA students from September.
President urges youth to focus on education
President Mamnoon Hussain on Friday urged the youths of culturally rich GB region to convert their cultural heritage into educational opportunities which came from the Great Silk route in the past and now offered by CPEC.
Efforts to be focused on child friendly education promoted
Teachers from various schools and madrasas were trained on the evolving techniques of child friendly education. The basic aim of the initiative is to improve the teaching and learning environment prevailing in schools and madrassas.
Calligraphy to be introduced in curriculum
Speakers at a seminar held called for including calligraphy as part of the academic curriculum. He also talked of introducing stipends for calligraphy artists.
‘Free and compulsory education’ Siraj ul Haq
Ameer Jamaat e Islami stated that if their govt comes, they will introduce free and compulsory education for all.
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ICT schools upgradation work to be completed in one month
The upgradation & maintenance work of 200 schools & colleges working under FDE ould be completed in next month.
Model school to open in abandoned college building
After 28 years, the Merabagwal Technical College may open its doors to students not for technical but formal education.
Arabic language to be compulsory in Islamiat subject
The newly framed National Education Policy 2017 has given a significant role to the Arabic language linking it with the subject of Islamiat. The policy has not been made public but it will be tabled in the Parliament this year for discussion and approval.
Educational institutions to get 130 more buses
Islamabad-Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) would complete the procurement process of 130 more buses and 30 coasters in the current quarter to facilitate the students of from far-flung areas.
Girls middle school unclear pathway causes problem for students and faculty
Several times surveys have been made for carpeting road to school but yet problem remains unsolved causing problem for students and teachers in rainy season.
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United Nations High Commission handouts furniture and accessories to a school in Pindigheb
United Nations High Commission for Refugees handouts furniture and accessories to a Government High School for Boys Number 2. The officer appreciated the performance of Pakistani and Afghan students studying in the school.
The impact of educational policy is there even the in short run: Chairman PEF
Chairman Punjab Education Foundation Engr. Qamar ul Islam says that their educational policy has resulted in improved performance of schools. The results of public schools under Punjab Board are 11 percent better than private schools.
Approval of teacher’s scale upgradation summary welcomed
CM Punjab’s initiative of approving of teacher’s scale up gradation summary has been welcomed by educators, however, they further appeal to solve other withstanding problems.
SLS school hold workshop
Sadeeqa’s Learning School held a 14 days in-house workshop for different teachers of SLS School directed towards Education improvement. The aim of the entire program is to improve teacher methodologies in the classroom.
Roots Millennium awarded:
Roots Millennium has been selected as Microsoft showcase school by one of the largest IT Company of the world. It has made a mark by translating the learning environment to deliver personalized education to students.
Smart School students excel:
The Smart School high achievers ceremony was held in DHA Lahore to commemorate and appreciate the laudable performance of students in matriculation. The students have excelled at showing their abilities in each field of life.
Students suffer as federal schools face shortage of teachers
Severe shortage of govt schools in capital city is causing hindrance in providing quality education to the students.
Speakers for introducing calligraphy as subject in curriculum
Speakers at a seminar held on saturday called for introducing calligraphy as part of the academic curriculum.
Increase in fees taken notice of
Unplanned increase in the school fares of private schools has triggered a debate. Rana Mahood expressed that governments are striving to provide quality education to its citizens Thus if schools fail to conform to the government’s objective then action will be taken against them.
More than 10,800 schools to be converted to solar power
The government is investing billions of rupees to ensure a bright future of students. The initial stages of the conversation have started.
Upgradation of teachers:
Shahbaz Sharif has approved the proposal for the upgradation of teachers, grade 9 teachers to be promoted to grade 14 and grade 15 teachers to be promoted to the next stage.
No country can prosper without education
Mian Muhammad, member of the assembly expressed his views by saying that no country can ever prosper without investing in education. Thus it is every individual’s birth right to acquire education. The Punjab government has been working on projects to promote education and rightly invest into such areas.
Faisalabad’s education sector hit hard by paucity of funds
The Punjab Govt’s failure to release funds for Faisalabad Division will have negative consequences as future of various projects, which are meant to improve condition of schools and education sector, is in the doldrums.
New recruitment of teachers will improve condition
Chairman education Foundation Engineer Qamar Islam, expressed that all their policies and efforts have shown great outcomes and the results are traceable. Teachers recruited on merit have shown great contribution towards results.
Government to focus on skill promotion
MPA Iffat Miraj stressed on the role of the current government and how their focus is on promotion of education and impact social development through skill enhancement.
Additional D.P.I secondary to visit different schools
The visit is aimed at introspecting the state of education in schools and will also look into matters of what steps need to be taken towards improvement.
Government school holds tree plantation
Government middle school 18 A.H Held a tree plantation week. The aim of emphasizing on such activities is to work on keeping our country green and clean and add a sense of cleanliness.
Quranic teachings to be made mandatory in educational institutes
Punjab Government to bring educational standards up
Punjab government has a clear focus of matching the international standards by utilizing the resources in the right way. 176 million rupees have allotted for the staff development academy that will play a pivotal role towards development.
Registration started for 5th and 6th grade examination
Registration for 5th & 6th grade annual examination has started. The exams will be held in February 2018.
No more changes in school syllabus
School Education Department Secretary Dr Allah bakhsh instructed the changes in school syllabus have been cancelled and the articles, pictures have been included in the curriculum. The curriculum has been provided to all school and teachers in Punjab.
More than 5000 slots empty in Punjab
Punjab Minister for Higher Education, Raza Ali Gillani speaking at Punjab’s first ever academy for teachers expressed that Punjab government has been striving to improve the standard of education and bring it at par and for this purpose it has been investing its resources and directing efforts towards achievable efforts.
20,000 Schools to be shifted on solar energy
Punjab CM has said that under “Khadim e Punjab ujala program” shifting of 20,000 electricity deprived school to solar energy must be implemented swiftly.
Govt Girls School Manjotha does not have a proper access
Survey for construction of a path to Govt Girls School Manjotha has been conducted 5 times and still it has not been made.
Retired teachers deprived of 6 months pension
Teachers in Murree are deprived of pension since last 6 months. They have been visiting pension office which is of no use.
Class II student electrocuted as she touches tap
A nine-year-old girl student was allegedly electrocuted on Saturday at the Government Girls High School, Chak 258-RB village, Lama Pind, when she tried to drink water from a tap in which electric current was somehow running.
Despite difficulties, student scores big in SSC exam
Ms Hijab, 17, is a student of Government Girls High School No.1 in Chakwal and the daughter of poverty-stricken daily wage worker. `My dream is to do my FSc from the Military College Jhelum,` she said, adding that she wants to become a doctor.
Parents share concerns about poor educational performance
The passing rate of 9th class was only 23 percent in a Rahimyar Khan school. Parents are seriously concerned about future of their children studying in the school.
20k electricity-deprived schools to be given solar energy: CM
Punjab Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that under the “Khadim-e-Punjab Ujala Program”, shifting of 20,000 electricity-deprived schools to solar energy must be implemented swiftly. This programme in its first phase is being initiated from schools of South Punjab which will light up 10,800 schools through solar panels, he added.
Increase in private school fees is illegal
A special committee has been formed by the district education authority Lahore in order to look into increasing fees of private schools. The matter was brought forward by concerned parents.
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Lahore govt school Samanabad girl students achieves high score in ninth grade.
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Punjab Govt should stop playing with syllabus
Head of Al-Hamdia Students condemned the news of removal of islamic ideology content from syllabus and stated that Punjab govt should take an action.
Controversial changes in textbooks cancelled
The Chief Minister’s Inspection Team (CMIT) has launched a formal inquiry to dig out facts and fix the responsibility for changes in textbooks. While School Education Minister Rana Mashood Khan denies exclusion of the content about Islam, religious dignitaries, heroes and armed forces from the academic books, Secretary Schools Dr Allah Bakhsh Malik has ordered to cancel the changes made in school syllabus.
Police conducts preparatory drills to deal with any unpleasant situation in girls' schools in Rawalpindi
Police conducts drills and briefed students, teachers and school administration of two girls schools in Rawalpindi district on how to deal with any emergency situation in school.
Teachers blame government for poor Matric result: Multan
Head of educational institutions in Multan blame government for poor school results reasoning that teachers were engaged most of academic year in census training and surveying, enrollment and examination duties.
Education Department asks for a complete report on NSB fund spending: Multan
Education Department, Punjab has asked District Officer to present a full report on spending of NSB fund in schools.
School timings must be adjusted with seasonal fluctuations
Students in Thekarwala face difficulties in reaching school on time due to early school timings.
Boundary walls demolished two months back are not built yet in Momon kanjan
Demolished wall of girls and boys college is not only a security risk for students, teachers and administration but also the college has become grazing pasture for cattle herds.
Heads to be fired because of the presence of Dengue larva in the school
Due to presence of dengue larva in the public school, the decision to fire headmaster and headmistress has been made.
Education system is in shabby condition
Minister directs officials to provide missing facilities in Lyari schools before Eid ul Azha.
Education minister takes cognizance of increase in fees by private schools
Sindh minister of education Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar is taking serious notice of increase in fees by certain private schools.He has assured the parents of school going children that their grievances will be addressed properly.
Quality education for success
Governor Sindh stated that without quality education, no country can succeed.
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Sindh seeks another extension in World Bank education project
The sindh govt has requested the World Bank for getting another extension in already restructured Rs. 6,963 billion Sindh Global Partnership for Education (SGPE) project.
Secretary Education Sindh visits Tharparkar
Secretary Education Sindh visited High School Diplo and Schools of North Colony. He attended the assembly and asked students and teachers different questions and problems they have been facing.
Education spending in Pakistan
Education in English
Taking advice from teachers when choosing career
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Govt school students perform in Bannu board exams
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Heads of 46 schools did not appear before DEO
Multan: Heads of 46 girls and boys high schools did not appear before District Education Authority on their poor results in matriculation examination.
Additional DPI Secondary visits schools
Multan: The Additional DPI Secondary Punjab Mushtaq Ahmed Siyal will pay a visit in schools of Multan today.
Shortage of teaching staff in higher secondary school
Sadiqabad: The Government Higher Secondary School Chak 136 Das R is facing shortage of teaching staff.
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Approval of teachers’ upgradation summary
Multan: Teachers’ upgradation summary has been approved by the Chief Minister Punjab Shahbaz Sharif.
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9th and 10th Supplementary examination date announced
Multan: Education Board Multan has declared the date of supplementary examination 9th and 10th. Roll numbers slips are issued.
Head Masters’ problems could not be solved despite changing of Secretary Schools
Multan: Difficulties of Head Masters could not be reduced after changing of Secretary Schools. Old policies are still running, despite the steps.
Conditions will get better with recruitment of new teachers
Multan: The Chairman Punjab Education Foundation Engineer Qamar ul Islam has said that results of policies are appearing, adding that conditions will be better after recruitment of 80 new teachers.
Board Call three students on cheating
Multan: Three intermediate students were called by the Education Board Multan on cheating in examination.
Program to transfer 20000 schools on solar system
Lahore: The Chief Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif has said that according to “Khadim Punjab Ujala Program” 20000 schools lacking facility of electricity will be transferred to solar system.
Community schools teachers protest
Multan: Female teachers of Basic Education Community Schools held a protest before Press Club for increasing salaries and restoration of suspended acts.
Demand to declare UEP survey report
Multan: The Additional DPI Secondary Punjab Mahar Mushtaq Ahmed Siyal has directed the heads of Boys High and Higher Secondary School to submit UEP survey report book within a week.
Education department demanded details of NSB funds
Multan: The Education Department Punjab has demanded for details of utilization of NSB funds in schools within a week.
Punjab Government to be responsible for poor matric result
Multan: Government School Teachers have announced Punjab Government to be responsible for poor results of Matriculation.
School roof leaves 12 students injured
Warah: Twelve students got injuries due to falling of roof pieces in Government Iqra Primary School Meer Rasool Bakhsh Brohi. The residents have demanded from government to take notice of the incident.
Directives to shift students due to crumbling condition of school building
Tharparkar: The Assistant Commissioner Jhudo Manzoor Ahmed Lighari visited the Government Primary and High School Nao Kot on the directives of DC Mirpurkhas and took briefing of shortage of basic facilities in the school. He directed to shift girls to another high school building due to dilapidated state of the school.
School left closed for past four months
Hyderabad: The residents of village Muhen Wasayo Mullah protested against closure of primary school for past four months, declaring that education of more than 100 students is being affected.
Female teachers locked school gate
Jacobabad: Clash of starting dual shifts in Primary School Thal reached to extreme point. Female teachers locked main gate of the School, opposing to handing over morning shift to Boys.
Girls deprived of education due to unavailability of school building
District Kashmore: No provision of Girls School building in Bakhshapur city has confined to girls to their homes. They have been kept deprived of getting education.
Parents and students protest against closure of school
Dokri: Parents along with student held a protest strike against closure of Primary School Ali Muhammad Mamnai, declaring that it was left closed due to unavailability of teachers.
256 employees discovered to be uncertain
Mithi: Around 256 employees have discovered to be uncertain in Education Department Tharparkar; whereas Secretary has issued directives to investigate the matter.
Countless Schools dysfunctional in district Qamber
Qamber: It has been reported that countless government schools in district Qamber are left dysfunctional; no any Education Officer pays visit to take report of the schools; the buildings are utilized for personal works, leaving thousands of children deprived of getting basic right to education.
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305 Schools are restored in Sanghar: DC
Sanghar: The Deputy Commissioner Sanghar Zuhaib Mushtaq has told that 305 government schools are restored out of 458, ensuring that rest 79 closed schools will be opened.
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Shortage of basic facilities in primary school
The Government Primary School Village Bakhshan Baladi is facing acute shortage of basic facilities; students are compelled to sit on ground and study.
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Primary school shut since last month
Nawabshah: The Government Boys Primary School Gulbahar Rind is left dysfunctional since a month. Students are deprived of getting primary education, while higher authorities are silent to take any action to restore it.
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Education emergency on lame position in Taluka Thal
Jacobabad: Claims for improvement through imposition of education emergency have remained unfruitful. Most of the Government Schools of Taluka Thal have been left unattained; even biometric verification teams have been involved in corruption; school buildings are turned to cattle farms, leaving thousands of children deprived of education.
Two primary schools closed for past seven years
Daro: Two primary schools of Daro are left closed for past seven years, leaving boys and girls deprived of education.
Degree College Construction work did not complete in five years
Khairpur Mir: The Construction work of Government Degree College Faridabad could not be finalized in five years tenure.
Secretary Education directs to soften recruitment policy in department
Badin: Secretary School Education Abdul Aziz Uqeli has said during his visit to different schools of district Badin that 300 schools are dysfunctional in the district, but 90 percent schools will be restored today. Declaring the recruitment policy, Mr. Uqeli opined that teachers will be recruited purely on merit.
School roof pieces tumbling
Jhol: The building of government Boys Primary School Jhol has reached to critical condition; its roof parts are falling intermittently.
Building owner locked school gate
Jacobaabd: The building of Girls School Thal was locked by the owner, after the clash of morning and evening shift.
Solar system could not be provided to schools
Dadu: Education Department failed to provide solar system to 200 different schools of Dadu after the announcement. Students have to face sizzling heat during school hours.
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Countless schools dysfunctional in District Sajawal
Daro: According to report number of Schools are left dysfunctional and unattended in district Sajwal, leaving thousands of children deprive of getting Primary Education. Higher authorities are silent to take any notice of the Schools.
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DEO suspends two teachers on ill-mannered activities in school
Karachi: Two Teachers of Government Primary School Hassan Ali Afandi Tando Adam were suspended by the District Education Officer on the directive so Education Minister. Action was taken against them on ill mannered activities in School.
Primary school dysfunctional
Larkana: The Government Boys Primary School Ali Muhammad Mannani Bughio is left dysfunctional due to biometric verification system. Education of more than 200 children is stake.
School building in dilapidated state
Khairpur Mir: The Building of Government Boys Primary School Rad, near Kot Diji is completely damaged; compounds walls have tumbled down and there is acute shortage of basic facilities.
Protest against closure of girls school
Dadu: A protest was carried by the residents of Qasbo against closure of Government Girls Primary School since years, demanding from the Education Minister and Secretary Education to take notice.
Number of school buildings occupied in five UCs of Thal
Jacobabad: According to reports, countless Government Schools of Five Union Councils of Taluka Thal have been under capture of local influential; teachers do not attend schools and remain busy in their private works; most of the buildings are turned to cattle forms.
Primary School dilapidating
Kashmore: The building of Government Primary School Bakhshapur is left in a dilapidated state; its different parts are tumbling.
Primary School dysfunctional since years
Tando Muhammad Khan: The residents of Peer Qadir Bakhsh Shah protested against closure of Primary School of the Village, declaring that it was not attained since long years.
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Sindhi Language Teachers deprived of salary for past five years
Malir: Sindhi Language Teachers were recruited in 2012, but since then they have been deprive of salary. They have issued warning to start protests.
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Twelve Schools dysfunctional for past seven years
Sijawal: It has been reported that twelve different Government Schools are left dysfunctional for past seven years in Bannu. Hundreds of students have been deprived of getting primary Education.
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Number of Schools dysfunctional in Taluka Jaati
Jaati: Number of Government Schools are reported to be dysfunctional in Taluka Jaati; buildings are occupied and turned into cattle forms and police stations, putting education of thousands of children at stake.
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Girls and boys schools occupied by local influential
Qamber: The Government Girls and Boys Primary Schools of Saindad Khokhar are at stake since long years. Teachers do not attend Schools, but getting salaries at homes.
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Number of schools dysfunctional due to biometric system
Sanghar: Number of Government Schools of rural areas of Taluka Jhudo have been closed due to biometric verification system; teachers are busy in personal works and do not perform duties. Education Department seems silent to take any notice.
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Education seminar in high school
Bhaag: Seminar Walk was held by UNICEF and European Union in Government Boys High School Bhaag. The District Coordinator Altaf Ahmed said that only education is responsible for development and parents should cooperate in provision of Education.
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Demand to improve condition of Girls High School Chaman
Chaman: The President Government Teachers’ Association Kila Abdullah has demanded for improvement of crumbling condition of Girls High School Chaman.
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Kharan schools deprived of text Books
Kharan: Balochistan National Party Kharan has said in issued statement that different Government Schools of Kharan are not issued free text books.
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Schools locked, students pushed to roads once again
QUETTA: Private building owners locked Schools of Kuli Qambrani and Kul Fatih Bagh; while students are compelled to sit on roads.
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Test interviews conducted for vacant posts in Education Department
Sohbatpur: The Education Department Sohbatpur continues to conduct test and interviews against 88 vacant posts in the department.
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Lecturer’s transfer is enmity with Baloch
Noshki: The District President Balochistan National Party has said in statement that Balochistan Government has brought Education Department to verge of destruction. College Lecturers are transferred which is enmity with Baloch.
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Government is taking steps for provision of education: Raheela Durani
Quetta: Speaker Balochistan Assembly Raheela Durani has said that present Government is taking effective steps for provision of education and it also becomes responsibility of every person to provide education to their children.
All efforts will be utilized to solve teachers’ problems
QUETTA: The District president Balochistan School Teachers Union district Quetta Ammenullah Durani has said that all efforts will be utilized for solution of teachers problems.
Development cannot be achieved without provision of education: AC
Khuzdar: The Assistant Commissioner Khuzdar Captain (R) Juma Dad Khan has said that development cannot be achieved without provision of standard education; there is acute need to focus on modern education to combat darkness.
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Student Unions continue hunger strike camp
QUETTA: Hunger Strike by Student Unions continued against Vice Chancellor Balochistan University.
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Commissioner directs to act against absent teachers
Loralai: The Commissioner ZHob Division Syed Saif ur Rahman paid a visit to Model School Loralai. He directed during his visit that strict action should be taken against absent teachers.
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46000 Children are getting education in Gwadar: Education Officer
Gwadar: The District Education Officer Gwadar and Additional Deputy Commissioner General Anees tariq has said that education is basic right of every child and development lies only in education, adding that 46000 children are getting education in Gwadar, while 12000 are out of schools.
SESA shows concern over irregularities in Secondary Education
Khuzdar: The President SESA Kalat Division Abdul Razaq Umrani and other members have said that irregularities are on top in deputations in Secondary Education Department.
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Education is ruined in name of Education Emergency: Nazir Baloch
Noshki: The District President Balochistan National Party Nazeer Baloch has said that education disciplines are being ruined on the name of education emergency.
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Demand to remove Juniors from Senior Management posts
Khuzdar: The President Senior Educational Staff Association district Khuzdar Muneer Ahmed Sasoli and other members have demanded to remove juniors from the senior management posts in education department.
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60000 students are underway of education: Deputy Commissioner
Jaffarabad: The Deputy Commissioner Jaffarabad Tariq Baloch has said that media’s role has remained better in promotion of education in Jaffarabad. While giving briefing in his office, he added that more than 60000 students are getting education in Jaffarabad. He also praised the efforts of NGOs in promoting education.
Dream for development cannot be fulfilled without Education: Inayatullah
Peshawar: The Minister for Local Government and Rural Development KPK Inayatullah Khan has said that yet no nation could get development without attending education and dream for development cannot be fulfilled without education in this modern era.
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Decision to fill vacant posts in Education Boards
Peshawar: Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has decided to fill vacant posts in education boards on deputation basis.
Directives to finalize process of teachers upgradation
Peshawar: Directives have been issued by the District Education Officer Peshawar for early completion of 2000 Teachers’ upgradation process.
Education is getting better: Haji Khayal Zaman
Hangu: The member National Assembly Haji Khayal Zaman Orakzai has said that education is getting better, further PTI Government is taking steps for its development.
Prize distribution program in Higher Secondary School
Katlang: A prize distribution program was organized at Government Higher Secondary School Katlang.
Negligence will not be tolerated
Peshawar: All Education Staff along with grade four employees of Government High School Kas Korna has been transferred to another school. The step was taken on the directive of Education Minister Atif Khan, focusing that negligence will not be tolerated.
Higher secondary schools ban on student admission
Mardan: Education Emergency by Tahreek e Insaaf has failed; higher secondary schools have closed doors to their students to get admission.
Workshops for teachers on Child Friendly Education
Peshawar: Workshops on Child friendly Education were organized for Government Teachers to provide them for provision of transparent atmosphere to the children.
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Taj Muhammad Afridi ensures to cooperate in school development
Khyber Agency: The Senator Alhaj Taj Muhammad Afridi paid a visit to Government Middle School Latif Kuli. He said during his visit possible cooperation will be provided for development of Government Schools.
Girls high school did not upgrade to higher secondary
Jamshoro: The Government Girls High School Thaana Bola Khan could not be upgraded to higher secondary school. Girls deprived of higher education.
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