KP government reopens 561 non-functional schools
Peshawar: The KP government on Saturday claimed it had made around 561 schools in different parts of the province functional since 2013, including around 350 institutions which had been closed for decades.
None of 29 colleges okayed by PTI govt established, PA told
Peshawar: Not a single college approved by the current PTI-led government has been established in the province during the last four years, the higher education department disclosed in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly on Friday.
Inter-school annual competitions start in Pabbi
Pabbi: Govt primary schools in Pabbi are holding sports competitions as sports are necessary for students’ health and well-being, said the SDEO Pabbi Circle Yousaf Shah.
Inter-school annual competitions start in Malakand
Sakhakot: sports competitions start in district Malakand.
Teachers on way to Bani Gala from district Katlang
Katlang: All NTS Teachers Association of district Katlang have started traveling to Bani Gala for sit-in. A total of 110 teachers in 11 vehicles are en-route.
Education boards in KP to register seminaries
Peshawar: The elementary and secondary education department has directed all boards of intermediate and secondary education in the province to register seminaries in their respective areas as a first step towards their mainstreaming.
Education is the only way forward in modern times - Inayatullah
Peshawar: Youth is already talented - results will improve when they are provided guidance and motivation.
Govt should regularize NTS teachers - Aizaz-ul-Mulk
Timergara: Govt leader MPA Aizaz-ul-Mulk has said to finish the school-based policy and make permanent 40 thousand NTS teachers. He also said female teachers in boys schools are not acceptable.
NTS teachers’ protest postponed after assurance from education minister
Peshawar: Atif Khan has ordered NTS teachers to be regularized within 30 days on emergency basis.
Master trainers to be paid Rs. 1000 for Primary Teachers Project
Peshawar: In an initiative to train 83000 primary school teachers, trainers were promised Rs. 3000 per day but after months of non-payment will now be given Rs. 1000 only.Complete story: https://www.express.com.pk/epaper/PoPupwindow.aspx?newsID=1104677930&Issue=NP_PEW&Date=20171028
Local teachers union elections
Wari: Teachers Union Wahri elected Kaleemullah as president.
Bara elders demand rebuilding of school
Bara:The tribal elders have asked the government to rebuild schools destroyed by militants as the shattered debris has put the lives of many at risk.
Quetta gladiators inter-school cricket tournament
Quetta: Inaugural match of Quetta Gladiators Cricket Tournament saw victory of FG School with 7 wickets.
District Schools Sport Week begins
Loralai: Football, cricket, table tennis, tug-of-war among sports in which students excelled during the sports week in district Loralai.
We will bring transparency to education dept at any cost - Majeed Achakzai
Quetta: Chairman of Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has called for investigation into the funds released in name of scholarships for students.
Protest outside Balochistan Assembly
Quetta: Balochistan Private Schools Grand Alliance decides to protest on 31st October outside Balochistan Assembly
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-30-2017/Quetta/page3.asp
Action against Sibi teachers is beyond understanding
Quetta: In a statement by Watan Teachers Association, they condemned the action against teachers in Sibi and different policies by DEO.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-30-2017/Quetta/page3.asp
Mini Drama Festival comes to it
Quetta: Mini Drama Festival arranged by “Gehwara Fun” comes to its end in All Quetta Inter Girls Schools.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-30-2017/Quetta/page7.asp
Restoration of student unions inevitable - Sana Agha
Quetta: Insaf Students Federation provincial president Sana Agha said the federation is working tirelessly to solve students’ issues.
No nation can succeed without education, Assistant Commissioner
Qila Abdullah: In an award giving ceremony at a school, Assistant Commissioner of Qila Abdullah said no nation can succeed without education.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-28-2017/Quetta/page4.asp
Taking steps for educational development - Abdul Raheem
Quetta: Provincial education minister Abdul Raheem Ziaratwal said we are trying to provide support and opportunities to our [Balochistan’s] talented students at every level.
Education dept reduces winter vacations to 1.5 months
Quetta: The Balochistan Education Department has issued a notification reducing the winter vacations from 2 to 1.5 months and summer vacations from 15 days to 10 days.
Education dept’s allotment of land to fruit vendors is condemnable - Haq Nawaz
Noshki: BSO Pachar Noshki Zone General Secretary Syed Haq Nawaz Shah opposed the education dept’s allotment to fruit and vegetable sellers.
Govt and private schools tied up
Quetta: The private schools have rejected the Regulatory Authority Act and say the 5th, 8th grade board exams are ‘cruel’. Protest will occur in front of Balochistan Assembly and if demands are not met, protests will be held on the roads.
Many schools of Zhob are closed
Zhob: Awami National Party District Zhob in a press release said that most of the schools are closed in Zhob.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/10-28-2017/Quetta/page7.asp
DDEO meets with headmasters of middle schools
Quetta: Deputy District Education Officer Chalten Town Gul Muhammad Kakar along with his team met with the headmasters of the southern zone middle schools. The headteachers were asked to complete the syllabus and provide education situation reports in the upcoming weeks.
Ratio of students unregulated in private schools: report
Islamabad: Even though parents continue to fight against unbridled fee hikes at private schools, lack of regulations determining the ratio of pupils to teacher has emerged as another headache.
RIS organizes student council Oath-taking ceremony
Islamabad: Roots international School held an oath taking ceremony of student council 17 at Richmond campus in an effort to encourage young individuals to regularize student body.
PNCA to organize National Theatre festival today
Islamabad: National Council of the Arts would organize National theatre festival today.
KP teachers protest outside Imran’s residence
Islamabad: Hundreds of teachers from Khyber Pakhtunkhwa assembled outside the chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-insaf's residence and raised their voices so their demands will be meet.
Urdu language book on social contract launched
Islamabad: Speakers at a book launch ceremony stressed on Saturday on the need for addressing challenges faced by existing social contract in Pakistan.
Baloch Paskhtun musical night at lok Virsa
Islamabad: Baloch Pakhtun musical night enthralled audience at an open air theater at National Institute of folk and traditional heritage.
Implementation of compulsory teaching of Holy Quran bill underway
Islamabad: In compliance with the ‘Compulsory Teaching of Holy Quran Bill 2017’, all educational institutions under the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) have started teaching naazrah Quran (reading Quran) to students from classes one to five.
Textbooks portray gender biased roles, reveals study
Islamabad: A study has found that Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) textbooks perpetuate gender disparity in the society by portraying misogynistic images which affect the minds of children from an early age.
Bulging youth population poses education challenges
Islamabad: Private schools, charitable institutions and religious seminaries are stepping in to supplement government-run schools to help deal with the education needs of fast-growing nation with an estimated 50 million school-age children.
Teachers to run Cholistan primary schools
Bahawalpur: The Punjab government has approved the proposal of the Cholistan Development Authority (CDA) to lease out the 76 community government primary schools to women teachers who will be provided monetary assistance by the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) to run these institutions.
Muslim Higher Secondary School needs attention
Rawalpindi: The historical Government Higher Secondary School No.1 Saidpur road needs immediate attention of authorities concerned to protect its natural beauty as it has been converted into residential cadet college.
PEF makes a deal with mobile schools
Multan: PEF has decided to sign a contract with 35 mobile schools for “New School Programme” under a new plan
Thousands of children admitted to private school- A negligence of Government
Lahore: Thousands of children have been admitted to private schools that shows negligence at hands of the government.
Water Filtration plant inaugurated
Multan: A water filtration plant has been inaugurated at Government Higher Secondary School Samija bad to ensure clean drinking water facilities are provided.
No nation can succeed without investing in education
Robay Wala: An event held at defense English Grammar School in which emphasis was placed upon the need for education and the necessary need for investing in education as the most useful tool for future growth.
Free education Schools
Multan: Punjab Education Foundation according to its free education initiative has planned to approve 35 mobile schools.
Education of a girl equal education of the entire family
Multan: The need to stress over girls education remains the most integral talk as her education leads to the entire family being educated.
Educate to learn not only to earn
Multan:Muhammad Nawaz Sharif, while addressing a seminar expressed that education plays a pivotal role in building the society but a correction must be made that education must not be merely acquired to attain a job but rather instill a sense of learning in the beings.
Maker-fest 17 infuses love for science and technology
Lahore:For the first time in the city, the Maker-fest ’17 was held under the auspices of Information technology university in collaboration with Project plan X and DIY Greeks.
Drama fest concludes with a message of peace
Lahore:The three-day Peace Drama festival concluded at the Alhamra Arts council. The event included theatre performance which was attended by large number of artists.
33rd Annual spelt conference concludes
The 33rd Annual International conference for the society of Pakistan English language teachers offering professional development opportunities to teachers concluded in the city.
Unique Drama festival a step towards eradication
Lahore: Provincial Minister for Excise and Taxation, Information and Culture Mian Mujtaba said that cultural and educational activities like unique drama festival would help project a soft image of the country.
Student beaten by govt school teacher
Taxila: A 9-year-old student of a local primary school was allegedly subjected to corporal punishment by his teacher for not learning his lesson, his family said on Friday.
Class IX student’s death Headmaster, three teachers penalised
Vehari: The district education authority on Sunday imposed different penalties on the headmaster and three teachers of the Government M C High School, Burewal, for showing negligence under Peeda Act in the light of findings of a probe into death of a Class IX student, Sharon Masih, on Aug 30.
Equip youth with modern education
Taxila: The participants of the second board of governors’ meeting of Sir Syed Education Foundation on Sunday stressed the need for equipping the youth with modern education to meet the emerging challenges.
Spelling Bee regional competition ends
Lahore: The 13th Dawn in Education Spelling Bee regional competition concluded at the Ali Institute of Education on Saturday. As many as 1,000 schools from across the country participated in the competition -the largest school event in Pakistan organised under the Dawn in Education programme.
Seven more schools win pool round of Spelling Bee
Lahore: Students aged between 15 and 17 years representing seven schools from Lahore region were declared winners on Friday in the seventh pool round of 13th Dawn in Education Spelling Bee Competition held at the Ali Institute
Dengue Awareness Campaign in schools of Iqbal Town
Lahore: On the directives of government, Dengue Awareness Campaign is being conducted at different schools of Iqbal Town.
Filtration plant inaugurated at a higher secondary school
Multan: Filtration plant introduced at Government Higher Secondary School Samiabad.
Schools and colleges closed because of Urs
Multan: 3 colleges and 11 schools were closed because of Bahauddin Zakriya Urs for 4 days.
Action against unregistered schools
Faisalabad: Secretary Education has asked DEO to conduct survey and report unregistered schools.
Samundri: Student from Government Girls Elementary School Ashrafabad Samundri secured 1st position in Spell Bee Competition.
Education Department will be online
Toba Tek Singh: Decision to make Education Department online from 1st November is made.
Punjab Teachers Union ended annual fee
Rawalpindi: Central President of Punjab Teachers Union has decided to end annual fee of Rs. 100.
The future can be achieved through education
Sargodha: Doctor Shahid Siddiqui, Vice Chancellor of Allama Iqbal Open University expressed that in order to bring about a tsunami it is essential to place education as the focal point.
Future of Students our priority
Sadiqabad: All efforts are being directed to placing education of students as the top priority. The relationship that students and teachers must build to empower each other as unique beings.
High School Council hold a session
Miani: Government High School Miani spearheaded by Master Muhammad Bashir Gondal held a session that talked of the need of education for the underprivileged and he was informed of the major upgradation work pending.
Lack of facilities in school
Rani Pur: Students and teachers protested on the lack on facilities and unavailability of provision of clean drinking water, bathroom service as well as a secure building.
Students must utilize all energy
Gujranwala: The students are the future of the county thus it is essential for them to dedicate and utilize their energies towards achieving the highest ranks in education.
Teachers must fulfill their duties wholeheartedly
Gujrat: An event titled as ‘taray zameen par’ was conducted to promote the exposure in extracurricular activities and build stamina in students to be all rounders.
Project to enrol children in schools unsuccessful
Rawalpindi: Government’s project to enrol out of school children has failed. 30% of children dropped out of school as compared to last year statistics.
IT lab established
Kotli Lohartan: Kotli loharan welfare Foundation through its efforts established an IT lab at Government Boys Primary School which was inaugurated by AIO education.
Sports Gala held at Johar Memorial
Johar Abad:Deputy District Officer Education Khushab Ilyas stated that special measures are being taken to promote the passion of sports in students.
Unemployment can be tackled through education
Sargodha: District Chairman Hamid Raza Bhatti emphasized on promoting education to tackle issues of unemployment.
Upgraded schools still lack staff
Rahimyar khan: Through efforts of the education department upgradation work that took place 3 years earlier has yet to be labelled as successful as it majorly lacks teaching staff.
Flood Affected schools being restored
Dera Murad Jamali: Deputy Commissioner Nasira Abad Naseer Ahmed assured that work has been resumed to rectify and restore the flood affected schools. More than 70 schools have been provided with basic facilities yet others are in line.
Better behavior of teachers leads to better outcomes
Liaquat Pur: After filling in 8 vacancies at Government Boys Degree College, the performance is likely going to improve. The improved relation between a teacher and student instills a greater sense of interest in students.
Visit of Authorities
Bhalwal: Assistant Commissioner Bhalwal Adnan stated that the government is steadfast in constructively improving the health care and education sector.
Increase in school fees irks parents
Sargodha: Teachers protested to the fee hike of private schools and demanded that authorities must take due action in order to tackle this inequality proposed.
Teachers not paid for their double shifts
Multan: Teachers face difficulty as they were not paid for their double shifts.
AEOs to be fired on not fulfilling target
Faisalabad: Education Department has issued directives to fire AEOs on not fulfilling targets in 54 government schools by 31st October.
Schools issue high alert as the visit of Secretary Education expected
Faisalabad: Due to expected visit of Secretary Education, schools have issued high alerts. Teachers to come by 8 a.m. in the morning.
International trainers and educators attend 33rd SPELT conference
Karachi: I learned to teach in ways we were not taught, said Director of Teachers Development Centre, Abbas Hussain, during a session titled, “The Global Class” at the 33rd SPELT International Conference 2007.
2nd Sindh Literature festival enthralls audience:
Karachi: The three day 2nd Sindh Literature Festival aiming to promote the language art, culture and literary talent of the province continues to enthrall the audience.
Scholars call for making historian Taj Sehrai’s books part of syllabi
Dadu: Speakers at a programme held here on Sunday to mark the 15th death anniversary of historian Taj Sehrai demanded the Sindh government should reprint Sehrai’s books and make them part of syllabus in schools, colleges and universities to help students learn research skills in history.
Opposition against changing higher secondary schools to colleges
Karachi: A committee was made to change Sindh’s higher secondary schools to degree colleges but the decision was opposed.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=396412
Modern education is right of every Pakistani
Sanghar: Minister for Overseas Pakistani and Human Resource Development Pir Sadruddin Shah Rashidi said that modern education is right of every Pakistani.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=396416
Chairman Matric Board meets representatives from APCA
Karachi: APCA Matric Board Karachi members met Chairman Matric Board Dr. Saeed ud Din and discussed about different matters.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=396414
Walk against fee hike
Karachi: Walk against fee hike in private schools was arranged. Mayor Karachi and different persons from politics and showbiz participated.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=396419
Schedule for elections of Student Unions should be issued
Karachi: Central President, Sohaib-ud-Din Kakakhel have demanded 5% budget on education, he also said that schedule for elections of student unions should be issued.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=396090
Reforms for hired teachers in time of ex-Prime Minister
Karachi: During the time of ex-Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, thousands of teachers were hired without tests from third party like IBA or NTS.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=395670
School building in Manghopir in a bad condition
Karachi: Primary school in Manghopir is in a bad condition because of ignorance of officials from Education Department.
Misogyny at schools
Students Union betterment
Extra-curricular activities necessary along with studies
Fate of nation lies in hands of teachers
Free and quality education - a review
Letters to the editor
The power of education
Schools under scrutiny
Hold on to education
Insult of teachers must stop
Education, right of every daughter
GB’s education issues
Science olympiad ad
Students compelled to clean school washrooms
Phool Nagar: Chief Minister Punjab’s dream of “Parha Likha Punjab” darkened; students of Government Primary School Phool Nagar are compelled to perform cleanliness work in the school.
Inauguration of filtration plant in school
Multan: MPA Shaukat Hayat performed inauguration of water filtration plant in Government Higher Secondary School Sami Abad.
Punjab Government has given attention on education: Naeem Akhtar Bhabha
Matro: Provincial Minister for Agriculture Naeem Akhtar Khan Bhabha has said that nations which are educated are developed nations of the world.
Punjab Government to recruit 16637 educators
Khanewal: Government of Punjab has taken decision to recruit 16637 educators. In that context, applications will be invited up to 15th November.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2017-10-30/page-12
Teachers teaching in double shifts deprived of salary
Multan: Second shifts were started in prominent schools of Multan, but the teachers which were teaching in those schools have been kept aloof of salaries.
Cluster school heads called for training
Multan: The seads of cluster schools of Multan were called for training on a holiday, but attendance remained thin.
No society can develop without education
Rohilanwali: Middle Class Students of English Grammar School received Scholarships from Chief Minister Punjab Mian Shahbaz Sharif. On the occasion, Head of the School farzana Hafeez said that no society can develop without Education.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2017-10-29/page-8
Multan: CEOs Education meeting will take place in Lahore Tomorrow.
School records did not change despite transfers of heads
Multan: Despite the transfers of school heads to other schools; their school record was not changed.
Decision to act against school heads on not completing targets
Khanewal: Government has decided to act against heads of schools of Khanewal on not completing admission targets.
Primary school grant suspended; students sitting in open
Noor Garh: Member School Council Rao Nisar, Rao Kamran, Rao Umar Daraz and others have said that condition of Government Primary School Noor Garh is critical due to insufficient basic facilities, pointing that grant was approved in 2016, but that has been cancelled due to political involvement, confining students to sit under open sky.
PEF’s free education plan
Multan: Punjab Education Foundation has planned to prove free education and in that context a pact has been signed with 35 mobile schools.
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Three schools turned into garage and house
Moro: On the directives of Sindh High Court, first Civil Judge and Judicial Magistrate Moro visited different schools of Moro. During his visit of Primary School Ameer Bakhsh Lund, the building was turned into tractor garage. He was appealed from the residents to take depute teachers in schools after restoring it.
Corruption in school budget
Jarwar: The headmaster Government Main Primary School Jarwar has exposed that millions of rupees budget was violated in the construction work of the school by its contractor.
Local influential occupies two school buildings
Ghari Khero: Government Girls and Boys Primary School Raheem Dad Buledi have been occupied by a local influential on the force of weapons. School walls were destroyed for personal use.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-28/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
Schools of Taluka Warah left to dilapidated state
Warah: Education Emergency claims of Sindh Government are only confined to papers. Reportedly, 90% of government schools of Taluka Warah have been left to crumbling condition, having shortage of basic facilities; buildings seem to be haunted houses; whereas student education is at stake.
Primary school without building since years
Drigh Bala: Government main Primary School Village Muhammad Hassan Garmani was approved fifteen years ago, but since then no building was constructed and due to that hundreds of children are confined to a thatched hut to carry their study.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-28/news/page3/1%20(2).htm
Teachers deprived of salary
Malir: Hundreds of teachers protested before Press Club Malir, on the call of Teachers Association Sindh against stoppage of their salary since 2012.
Intermediate humanities group result announced
Karachi: According to the Chairman Board of Intermediate Secondary Education Karachi, annual result of Humanities Group (Private) was declared.
Primary school dysfunctional for past four years
Gerelo: Government Boys Primary School Village Lali Ja Bhan, near Garelo, is left unattended for past four years; whereas children of the village have to attend school in another village at a long distance.
School roof leaves four students injured
Larkana/ Moen jo Daro: Building of Government Primary School Village Chakro has reached to collapsing state due to not repairing since long time. Recently four students have got serious injuries due to falling of its roof parts.
Only one teacher to teach 300 students
Mehrabpur: Residents of Village Allah Dad Khaki protested against unavailability of school building in the village and shortage of teachers. Only one teacher comes to teach more than 300 students.
School building did not construct in 17 years
Thatto: Primary school building was approved Village Muhammad Sadiq Bajeer 17 years ago, but it could not be constructed; even no teachers were appointed. The students are sitting in a Madrassa to carry their education.
Mirpurkhas Comprehensive School dilapidating
Mirpurkhas: Government Comprehensive Higher Secondary School Mirpurkhas is fading away due to not repairing since years. Students and other staff feel insecure during school hours.
Girls school dysfunctional for past ten years
Sakrand: Government Girls Primary School of Village Dang is left closed for past ten years due to heedlessness of education department. It is also exposed that the school is running in papers.
Protest for school building
Qamber Shahdadkot: A protest strike was carried by the residents of Qubo Saeed Khan against not repairing of school building. They demanded for new building.
Primary school building occupied, turned into cattle farm
Lalo Raink: Government Primary School Warand Machi is dysfunctional since many years; the building is occupied by villagers, turning it into cattle farm.
No school building, students sitting under trees
Hingorja: Government boys primary school established since 2012 in Muhalla Palija is running without building; whereas students are getting primary education under trees.
School building in crumbling state
Nawabshah: The building of Government Primary School Mitho Khan Khoso, Union Council Bucheri, is found in dilapidated state, putting student lives at stake. On the other hand, villagers expressed to media that higher authorities were informed about the situation, but no response seemed.
High school under shortage of basic facilities
Jacobabad: Government Boys High School Kareem Bux Khoso is facing acute shortage of basic facilities for past five years; whereas students are also facing difficulties while attending the school.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-29/news/page3/1%20(8).htm
Local influential occupies school building
Ghotki: All claims of Sindh Government about Education Emergency are in vain; the building of Government Girls Primary School Village Sultan Mazari has been occupied by a local influential since many years.
Primary school building in crumbling condition
Karachi: The Building of Government Primary School Mangho Peer No.2 seems as a haunted house due to carelessness of Education Department; walls are cracking and furniture is broken.
No school building, students sitting under open sky
Phull: Primary School Muhammad Chutal Rind is established since 1995, but no building was provided. Students have to sit under open sky.
School building in collapsing condition
Mehrabpur: Building of Government Boys Primary School Wahid Bux Nangraj is cracking, while students have been stopped to enter the building, so they have been compelled to sit under open sky.
School building in decaying position
Jarwar: Building of Main Primary School Jarwar reached to collapsing condition; whereas students feel insecure. Villagers have demanded from higher authorities to take notice of it.
High school building in accusation of Mukhtiarkar
Mithi: Building of Government High School Kaloi was occupied by Mukhtiarkar, after sending more than 1200 students to higher secondary school building. Revenue record was kept in the high school.
Lack of facilities in primary school
Samaro: Government main Primary School Samaro City is facing acute shortage of basic facilities even in the modern era; its compound wall has destroyed.
Primary school building dilapidating
Mirpur Mathelo: The Government main Primary School Ghari Chakar, near Mirpur mathelo, has reached to collapsing condition due to carelessness of education authorities; its different parts are tumbling on day basis.
Protest against non-completion of library work
Khairpur Nathan Shah: A protest was carried by Youth Rights Forum Khairpur Nathan Shah against not completing the construction work of Public Library of the city.
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Many schools dysfunctional due to biometric system
Bhan Saeedabad: Taluka Education Officer Sehwan admitted before media that number of government schools is dysfunctional in the Taluka; many of them are having shortage of water, furniture and Teachers.
Student scholarship funds must be looked over
Quetta: Chairman Public Accounts Committee Majeed Khan Achakzai has said that no step will be back from any of sacrifice for bringing transparency in education department and all things will be declared publically, demanding for investigation against drawing of scholarship funds for students.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50855/59f38c20563d3
Minister Revenue condemns injustice with students
Quetta: Provincial Minister for Revenue and Transport Jaffar Mandokhel has said that physical torture on students is condemnable act; he feels pity on the injustice.
Demand to upgrade middle school
Othal: Government Middle School Chota Goth should be upgraded. Its compound wall should be provided and basic facilities of safe drinking water and others should be availed. The views were shared by master Peer Ghulam Muhammad Shah.
Students facing problems due to teachers absenteeism
Osta Muhammad: Finance Secretary National Party Tehsil Jhat Pat has said in an issued statement that no teachers are available in Girls Primary School Nabi Bakhsh Sirpira for past ten days; while students are facing problems.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50933/59f4cabfc671e
Every possible struggle is on way to improve education
Quetta: Provincial Minister for Education Abdul Raheem Ziarat said that every possible ways are used for the improvement of education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/50978/59f4e45b83432
Working for improvement of education in high school: Illahi Bux Mari
Sohbatpur: Senior Head Master Government High School Sohbatpur, Illahi Bux Marri has said that all resources are utilized for the improvement of education in the school.
Teachers’ shortage in Model High School
Dhadhar: Watan Teachers Association has pointed that Government Model High School Dhadhar is facing shortage of teachers; its laboratories remain locked.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/51061/59f618a690c4a
Demand to ensure facilities in middle school
Mastung: Residents of Kuli Meer Hassan have demanded from Secretary Education and Director Schools to resolve all issues of Government Boys Middle School Kuli Meer Hassan after provision of basic facilities.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/51074/59f61b0d50e76
There is need to play part to over-come education backwardness
Kharan: District Education Officer Washik Muhammad Azeem Sajidi held a meeting of concerned education officers to opine about education matters. He said that there is dire need to play a role in eradication of education backwardness.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/51085/59f61d850844f
Demand to suffice teachers shortage in school
Bhaag: Government Primary School Bhaag is facing acute shortage of teachers. Nawab Khan Abro, resident of the Village, has demanded provision of teachers to the School.
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Need to focus of training along with education
Quetta: Provincial Minister for Education Raheem Ziratwala has said that role of society, parents and teachers crucial for improvement of education; whereas steps are also being taken to bring education equal to other provinces; there is dire need to focus on trainings along with education.
DDO’s meeting with school heads
Quetta: Deputy District Education Officer Chaltan Town held a meeting with the head masters of Kuchlak Zone, Agirak, Zargoo, Buleli and other areas, directing them to complete syllabus within a week and present education report to him.
373 KPK schools running in rented buildings
Peshawar: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Assembly was informed about 373 schools of twenty districts of the province were running in hired buildings and Government has to pay millions of rupees rent.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-10-28&page=2
Teachers cancelled protest call
Peshawar: NTS Teachers had to protest in Bani Gala on 29th October, but that has been cancelled on the insurances of Education Minister Muhammad Atif Khan.
Provision of furniture to different schools
Peshawar: According to Commissioner Peshawar, schools affected due to earthquake have been facilitated with basic necessities, along with provision of furniture.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-10-29&page=2
Teachers suspended protest on assurance of Education Minister
Kohat: Teachers recruited through NTS suspended their call for protest after they were assured by Education Minister.
Decision to end NTS teachers’ school based policy
Peshawar: Provincial Government of Peshawar has finally decided to end the school based policy of NTS teachers.
Completion of provision of furniture of schools
Peshawar: Government school affected due to earthquake in 2015 have been provided with furniture and other basic facilities.
Provision of Education is current Government’s agenda
Peshawar: Finance Minister KPK Muzafar Syed Advocate has said that current government is going on right direction in development and it is also agenda of the current Government to provide education.
Education is only way to development: Inayatullah
Peshawar: Senior Minister for Local Government and Rural Development Inayatullah Khan has said that all issues can only be resolved through education and in this modern era education is necessary.
Position holders deprived of gold medals
Bannu: The Position holder students of Education Board Bannu have been deprived of receiving gold medals. Their parents have appealed Chief Minister to take notice.