Focus on IT labs in girls schools
Provincial government is working for provision of IT labs in girls schools says Rustam Khel.
Schools deprived of furniture
Some of the schools in Peshawar lack the basic facility of sufficient furniture as well as there is absence of teachers as well.
Closure of govt schools with low enrollment in KP seen as failure
The closure of government schools having low enrolment and merging them with nearby schools is seen as failure of the government in improving the standard of educational institutions in the province.
Lack of furniture in various schools
Lack of teachers as well - existing schools should be provided facilities rather than constructing new ones, said Nazim Haroon Sift
IT labs to be made in girls schools as a priority
Improvement possible only through education - Governor Jhagra
Great need to modernize the education system
More students enrolling in public schools in ICT
Even as the Government enhanced the education budget and is soon to be making concerted efforts to boost school enrollment in the country, the proportion of out-of-school children is still the same when compared to 2015. This was stated in Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2016 national survey report launched on Wednesday.
19% Children are still out of schools: Report
As many as 19 percent children of the country are still out of school, revealed the Annual Status of Education Report (ASER) 2016 launched on Wednesday.
The report was compiled by Idara-e-Taleem-o-Aagahi (ITA) with joint cooperation of the National Commission for Human Status (NHCD) and some other key autonomous organisations.
Complete story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-08-03/lahore/13238/99873
Minister visits Danish School Vehari
Minister for Livestock & Dairy Development Asif Saeed Manhais visited Danish School Vehari the other day.
Complete story: http://epaper.brecorder.com/2017/08/03/5-page/895395-news.html
Matric supplementary exams announced
The Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced that matriculation supplementary examinations will begin from September 7, 2017.
Matric students scored well in the examination
Rahimyar Khan, DCO Secondary stated that matric students have performed well in the examination 2017 and have shown commitment and interest in education.
People should be informed about Education and Health Audit
Senior media person and Human Rights Movement’s organizer, Javed Yousaf stated that audit department should bring forward the statistics from 2016 audit.
Services of grade 16 teacher were terminated in government high school Raziaabad after immoral activites.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-03-2017/Lahore/pic.asp?picname=04_04.gif
Girls outshine boys in Matric Exams
Girl students have outshined boys in the annual Secondary School Certificate Part-II (matric) examinations 2017, conducted by the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Larkana.
Complete story: http://dailytimes.com.pk/e-paper/2017-08-03/lahore/13239/99927
Matric Science and General group results announced
Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Larkana announced results for science and general group. Qulsoom Ghanghuro secured 1st position.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=355693
All government & private schools will remain open on Independence Day
Chairman All Private Schools Management Association Khalid Shah said that to keep the spirit of patriotism, all private and government schools will remain open on the Independence Day.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=355702
Celebrations for Independence Day begin in Schools
Celebrations for Independence day begin at Mulk Jan Muhammad Qasi Boys High School Quetta begin.
Complete story: http://e.jang.com.pk/08-03-2017/quetta/page3.asp
Government schools should set Summer Camps, Sardar Ali Shah
Provincial Minister for Tourism and Culture said that schools should be arranged at government schools so that children have more and more recreational activities.
Open University upgrades teachers training programs
Islamabad: Allama Iqbal Open University upgraded teachers training programs B.Ed and M.Ed according to Higher Education Commission map.
Educators could not be communicated
Multan: The Education Department had decided to depute educators from 1st August, by completing their training up to 31st August and their deputation should be ensured to 1st September, but educators have not been communicated.
Program in favor of Matric Students
Multan: A program was organized in the honor of Students of Government Pilot Secondary School.
School Security guards deprived of salary for past five months
Multan: School Security guards were appointed, but they have been waiting for salary for past five months.
Wilayat Hussain College Teachers meeting
Multan: A meeting was held at government Wilayat Hussain Islamia College Multan under president ship of Professor Dr. Farid Sharif.
Demand to issue allowances to teachers
Multan: The Senior Vice president Teaches Union Rana Altaf Hussain has demanded for teachers allowances.
Larkana Education Board announces matriculation result
Larkana: The Education Board Larkana declared matriculation examination Science and Arts group result, 2017. Girl Students won over boys.
CMO raids on Schools, 23 teachers absent
Nawabshah: The Chief Monitoring Officer district Nawabshah had a surprise visit of Government Schools of the area and found 23 Teachers, male and female, absent. The visit report was sent to higher authorities.
Schools restored on visits of monitoring team
District Badin: Monitoring teams and Biometric system in Education department has aroused hustle and bustle among Government Teachers of Chelhar. Most of the schools of Chelhar have been opened due to surprise visits of Monitoring teams.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-03/news/page2/1%20(13).htm
College Employees continued protest for restoration
Sukkur: Suspended College Employees from Sukkur continued their protest for restoration.
Daily Kawish Page No 2
Primary School construction work left unfinished
Qamber: The Students along with Teachers and citizens of Nasirabad held a protest against local contractor, on leaving the construction of work of Government Primary School Massan Muhalla incomplete.
Closure of Primary School puts 150 Students education at stake
Badin: Education of 150 Students was put at stake due to closure of Sindh Education Foundation’s Primary School in village Bachu Kolhi near kario ghanwar.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-8-03/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
SU VC directs faculty to pay attention towards teaching and research
Jamshoro: Vice Chancellor Sindh University Dr. Fatih Muhammad Burfat has directed the new teachers to keep themselves refrain from illegal and unnecessary activities and pay full attention towards teaching and research.
Complete Story: http://www.dailyibrat.com/beta/pages/jpp_03082017011011.jpg
Primary teacher arrested on corruption allegations
Naushehro Feroz: A Primary Teacher of Government School Bhriya City was arrested by circle officer anti-corruption on the application of school security guard, alleging him of grabbing salary of eight years.
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Education of hundreds of students ruined due to shortage of basic facilities in Schools
Badin: The Government Boys High School Rao Chand Rathore seems as a haunted house due to carelessness of management. More than 600 Students are enrolled in School, but they have to face acute shortage of classes, furniture, drinking water and Computer lab.
Complete Story: http://pknewspaper.com/awami-awaz-epaper-today
High School building dilapidated
Jacobabad: Building of Government High School village Ghahno Khan Khoso was left in a crumbling condition, putting student education at stake.
Complete Story: Daily Kawish Page NO 2
Fifty Primary Schools dysfunctional in Taluak Sehwan
Jamshoro: Fifty Government Schools in Taluka Sehwan have been found dysfunctional; most of the school buildings are utilized for cattle; while others have shortage of basic facilities.
Nations’ development is on Education, teachers should work with spirit: DC Khuzdar
Khuzdar: The Deputy Commissioner Khuzdar Suhail Rahman Baloch has said nations’ development relies on Education; it is basic responsibility of teachers to educate students with the ornament of education; teachers should work with full spirit.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/39587/598219d818a93
Steps are being taken to ensure of betterment in education: DEO Pasheen
Pishin: The District Education Officer Pishin Muhammad Zaman Khan Tareen has said that salaries of more than 400 teachers have been cut, by punishing them; while every step will be taken against responsible who put stain on education. He added that steps are being taken to ensure betterment in Education system.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/39597/59821a6fab928
Development is impossible without provision of Education: DC Zob
Zoab: The Deputy Commissioner Zoab Azeem Kakar and others have said during party celebration of newly appointed teachers, that development is impossible without attending education.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/39630/59821e53e0f1a
Rasheed Kareem alleges Baluchistan University
QUETTA: The Central President Baluch Students Rasheed Kareem has alleged that Baluchistan University is conducting revengeful activities against students.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/39691/598253fd989e3
Joint efforts are required for education development: AC
Kila Abdullah: The Assistant Commissioner Kila Abdullah Abdul Razaq Khatak has said joint efforts are required for development of Education.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page2/
IT Labs in Girls Schools is priority based: Mahar Taj
Peshawar: The Deputy Speaker Khyber Pakhtunkhuwa Assembly Mahar Taj Rogani has said provincial Government is taking steps for provision of Information Technology, adding that establishing IT Labs in Girls Schools in under priority.
Shortage of basic facilities in Schools of Town four
Peshawar: Nazim Town Four and other leaders have said most of the schools in town four are left in crumbling state; even there is acute shortage of basic facilities.
Development is only possible through Education: Governor
Peshawar: The Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhuwa Engineer Iqbal Ahmed Jhagra has said development is only possible through provision of education.
KPK Government’s steps for education betterment are admirable: Shoaib Rahman
Peshawar: The Prosecutor Teachers Association Shoaib Ul Rahman and other opined that present Government has succeeded in provision of friendly atmosphere in education which is praiseworthy.
Six Months course for teachers is injustice with education
Peshawar: Government has cancelled professional terms and conditions by introducing six months training course for teachers which is injustice with education.