Students seeks transfer of Malakand BISE Chairman
Hundreds of students of Government College, Gulabad Adenzai, on Monday demonstrated outside the Chakdara Press Club here demanding transfer of the Chairman Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Malakand, Prof Shaukat Ali.
Khattak approves free education for poors at TEVTA
CM KPK approved creation of a post of CEO TEVTA & provision of free education & training to poors at all institutes across province.
Education is a top priority of government:
People of Buner have been served by government and government will continue to work for education across the board: Buner
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President Pakhtun Student Federation protest against mixed education system in KP
Taimur Raza condemning mixed education system in KP argues that 60 percent seats in a college in Charsadda have been allotted to girls which is unfair with boys.
Reading habit needs to be promoted in children once again
Ward Councilor 50, Quetta Malik Abdullah Khan addressing inauguration of computer lab in his office emphasized on book reading habit in children.
Centre Educational Staff Association indicates problems in Benazir scholarship program
CESA asks for inquiry into the anomalies found in scholarship program compromising merit structure for scholarships.
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Prize distribution ceremony held at a local school
Chaman, distribution of prizes for bi-annual examination at a local was held.
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Newly hired teacher step ahead for training
The punjab government has emphasized on education as the top most priority and ensured all mechanisms are based on merit.These are words of Qamarul Raja, expressed while attending a training session.
Complete story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-08-29/lahore/13781
Pak-Kyrgyz cooperation to improve education
Educational cooperation and support between Pakistan and Kyrgyzstan can help improve bilateral relations. They expressed their views by saying Pakistani education institutes play an active role in building the image of Pakistan.
Complete story: http://e.thenews.com.pk/pindi/8-29-2017/page13.asp
AEO holds education expo
AEO conducted its 32nd Australian education road show across 7 major cities. The event provided students an opportunity to receive expert advice and counseling for their study challenges as well as cope up with the complexities of the global world.
CADD to provide 4000 computers to schools in Islamabad
Administration and Development Division (CADD) under Prime Minister Education Reforms Programme will provide around 4,000 computers to acquaint girl students of Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) with advance technology.
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Government Girls Middle School gets flooded
After the monsoon rain water of a nearby stream enters girls school. Situation may result in health problems or any adverse emergency.
Students to get modern education facilities
Provincial minister for human rights & affairs of minorities Khalil Tahir Sandhu has said that Gov is endeavouring to provide latest & state of art facilities to intelligent students of minorities.
Student outshines in final exams
Hafiz Abdur Rehman Gillani secured 845 marks in his matric examination and secured the most prominent position among his school mates. He held his teachers efforts and parents prayers as the sole reason of this achievement.
Strict monitoring of schools ordered
District administration has stressed on the strict need to supervise all staff of government schools. Sumair Ahmed Sohail also reiterated that the role of the government is to provide friendly and outstanding environment and the focus of the Punjab government towards ensuring implementation of the education roadmap.
Schools to hire more than 30 educators
Punjab govt has decided to hire 30 teachers for govt schools. According to renewed hiring policy of department of school education, criteria for eligibility for teachers will be B-Ed and M-Ed.
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Last day to submit data of students enrolled in Punjab
After repeated extension of deadlines data has not been sent by heads of schools in province. Today marks the last day to submit online data of enrollment.
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Walayat Hussain College wins speech and essay competition: Multan
On the occasion of independence day speech and essay competition was held at Government Emersan College which was won by Walayat Hussain College
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Quality education is the need of time: Jaranwala
Nations cannot progress without quality education and neither can society prosper with uneducated masses.
Director Colleges visit schools without boundary walls: Mamon Kanjan
Demolished walls of schools pose security threat to students and require immediate attention of administration.
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Director colleges visits school in people’s colony Faisalabad
In a detail meeting with teachers and school administration Director Colleges emphasized need for improved arrangement for cleanliness in schools.
Protests for upgradation of teachers
Punjab Teachers Association will carry out protests till 16th of September 2017 in the province for demand of upgradation.
Skill development mapping the future:
The National vocational and technical training commission have launched competency based training to majorly focus on skill, knowledge and values of students.
SHC reserves verdict on the increase in private school fees
The Sindh high court has reserved its verdict over the increase in the fees of private schools. The stakeholders involved argued that any annual increase in excess of 5% is illegal and thus the matter must be looked into.
Speakers slate neglect of education sector by government
A meeting of Hamdard Naunehal Assembly Karachi chapter, negated any neglect on part of government. In this gathering three students of Hamdard Public School were awarded cash prizes for securing positions at international level.
Hamdard students show their potential at global level
A meeting of Hamdard Naunehal Assembly Karachi chapter was held including activities like speeches, recitation of holy verses, na'at, national songs and dua-i-Said.The basic theme of it was based on the idea of how we are all one and must remain one.
Complete story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-08-29/lahore/13780/104394
Education is first priority of our government
Education is first priority of our government stated Dr. Jafar Ahmed. He is the member of Historical Society.
Census, future & girls education
Last date to send student data
Multan: Today is the last day for schools of the province to send student enrollment data. All school heads have to submit student data.
Punjab government bringing minority students in educational field
Lahore: Provincial Minister for Human Rights in Punjab Assembly Khalil Tahir Sindhu has said that Punjab Government is bringing minority students to the front in educational field and providing them with modern facilities.
Millions of rupees corruption in School Education Department
Multan: Corruption has been exposed in Schools Education Department. New cell is being formed in the department and experts will be deputed on a heavy cost.
Protest against corruption in school funds
District Umerkot: Residents of Village Mehrab Banglani and Sindh Taraki Pasand Party members organized a protest rally against corruption in SMC funds.
Villagers carry out protest against teacher’s transfer
Kashmore: Residents of Dakhan Banglo, near Kashmore, held a protest against transfer of primary school teacher.
Protest against insufficient facilities in school
Khairpur Mir: A protest was carried by the residents of Union Council Talpur Wada against shortage of basic facilities in Masjid Primary School.
GSTA stood against Director Education Sukkur
Sukkur: A protest rally was carried on the call of Government Teachers Association against Director Education Sukkur, demanding for promotions.
School building in a dilapidated state
Nauabad: The building of Government Primary School Muhammad Bakhsh Liskani is left in crumbling condition, putting education of more than 70 children at stake.
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Sewerage water surrounds school building
Larkana: The building of Government Primary School Dara is surrounded with sewerage water.
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School roof pieces tumble down, leaving two students injured
District Nawabshah: Two students got injuries due to falling of roof pieces upon them in Government Secondary School Perumal.
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Schools of historical village Thorha lacking facilities
Dadu: Most of the government boys and girls schools of Historical Village Thorha are having acute shortage of basic facilities.
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Report of increasing fees demanded from Chairman Education Board Mirpur Khas
Hyderabad: A detailed report was demanded by Sindh High Court Circuit Bench from the Chairman Education Board Mirpur Khas on stoppage of first mark sheets to schools and increasing of certificate fees.
According to census 2017 need of schools will increase
Islamabad: According to census report 2017, there will be a dire need of 50000 new schools in Pakistan, including 1000 colleges, 100 universities and Two Lac Teachers. Currently 1590000 teachers are teaching more than three crore and quarter students from primary to University level.
No school building, students worried
Khairpur Mir: Students of Government Primary School Fazal Muhammad Buriro are compelled to sit under trees and carry on their study due to unavailability of school building.
Pharmacy students worried about registration of department
Khairpur: Student future is stake due to not registration of Pharmacy department of Shah Abdul Latif University Khairpur Mir.
Ghost teachers are enemies of country and nation
Gareesha: The Chairman Union Council Gareesha Sardar Bashir Ahmed Sajidi said during his visit of Government Middle School Goni Garesha that absent teachers are enemies of Country and Nation.
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No compromise will be tolerated in Education Department: Raheem Ziratwala
Quetta: Provincial Minister for Education Raheem Ziratwala has said that teachers are legacy of nations; they should perform duties honestly. He added that no compromise will be ever be tolerated in Education Department.
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Watan Teachers demand to bind DEO to be punctual of duty
Noshki: Watan Teachers Association Balochistan have said in issued statement that District Education Officer Noshki does not perform his duty; he must be made bound to attend office regularly.
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Decision of free education to poor students in technical institutes
Peshawar: An approval has been issued by the Chief Minister KPK Parvaiz Ahmed Khatak for poor students to provide them free education through technical institutes.
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Provincial Government is paying attention to modern education: Muzafar Syed
Chakdara: Provincial Minister for Finance Muzafar Syed Advocate has said that modern Computer labs are installed for girls high schools, adding that government is paying special attention to modern education.
70 percent girls deprive of education despite Education Emergency in Shangla
It has been exposed that 70 percent girls do not attend schools in Shangla which is a stain on claims for education there in. A jirga was held in cooperation with Alif Ailaan, pointing that 72 percent schools are without electricity, 27 percent lack in bathroom facilities.