Students are the asset of the country
Peshawar: Vice Chancellor Jamia Peshawar Professor Doctor Muhammad Asif khan expressed that students are the asset of the country and all efforts must be directed to provide them with Quality Education.
Teachers to cease corporal punishment
Pabbi: Sub-Divisional Education Officer Abdul Malik said that teachers must stop physically punishing student and those who do dole out corporal punishment will face strict legal action.
We will not let children go uneducated - Fazal Hakeem
Mingora: Fazal Hakeem Khan (Chairman DDAC Swat) said that every educational facility will be provided to the students of govt primary school Rahimabad as education is one of the first priorities of PTI.
Teachers’ increment will be suspended on poor performance
Quetta: DDEO Chiltan Town Gul Muhammad Kakar visited schools and said that teachers who have shown poor performance will not be given pay increment - absentee teachers will also face strict action.
Negligence of teachers will not acceptable
Quetta: In order to address the issues of students and improve the facilities provided to them students must play their due role. All stakeholders must join hands to tackle the issues constructively.
Unacceptability of grade 5 and 6 examinations
Quetta: All Baluchistan Program Private Schools Association’s Provincial President Muhammad Nawaz placed allegations on the Educational Department that they have amassed money from NGO’S and other bodies and rather than improving they are coping standards of one another. They also chalked out plan that examination of class 5 and 6 will be held through board, but great disagreement was shown.
Multan: Chief Education Officer District Education Authority have asked two teachers to surrender for not having maintained a standard attendance.
Teachers’ complaint leads to action
Multan: District Education Officer Riaz Khan Baloch has said that on the complaints of a teacher, chairs have been removed as students used to fall asleep.
Absent teachers unacceptable in an case - Secretary Education
Quetta: Secretary Education Fatah Bhangar said that teachers should play their complete role for better quality education and that everyone should work together for the betterment of education in the province, including solving the problems of female students.
5th and 8th grade board exams not acceptable - Nawaz Pindrani
Quetta: Lack of invigilation in govt board exams results in teaching culture, said the provincial president of the All Balochistan Progressive Private Schools Association. He also said that the govt is taking funds from NGOs worth millions but there is still not betterment in the public school system - and now they are trying to promote the cheating, nepotism and corruption culture in private schools.
Corruption on the rise in education department - Abdul Wahid Hashmi
Quetta: Provincial president of JTI said that the nation’s caretakers, instead of providing livelihood to the people, have instead become involved in commission and corruption and the cases of corruption in education department are unacceptable.
Furniture, books supplied to FATA, KP schools
FATA: The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has launched two projects under its FATA Transition and Recovery Programme (FTRP) to strengthen education, social cohesion and build peace in the tribal areas.
A teacher’s betrayal
Kashmir: The physical abuse of a 9-year old by her teacher caused unrest in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Abuse has always been a grave issue but being carried out by a teacher is even more reprehensible.
844 heads, deputy heads trained under PMERP
Under the Prime Minister’s Education Reform Programme (PMERP), the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) carried out training of 844 heads and deputy heads of educational institutions in August and September this year.
Depression at rise
According to research, majority of people suffering from depression are students. Depression has detrimental effects on the health of students.
14 officers transferred in Education Board
Faisalabad: Chairman Education Board, Ghulam Muhammad Jhagar transferred 14 officers in Education Board.
Female employment vital for development
Lahore: Punjab Minister for Women Development Department Hameeda Waheed ud Din said promotion of female employment is necessary for development and prosperity.
Students’ lives at risk in shabby school building
Sialkot: More than a century old building of Govt DC Boys High School Chawinda, Pasrur tehsil has been crumbling due to official negligence and needs urgent repair or reconstruction.
Admissions couldn’t reach an end
Multan: It is the negligence of the Educational officials that the admissions could not be finalized for grade 9. The targets that were preset could not be achieved.
Teacher enhancement is our goal
A society that imbeds the dignity and integrity of its teachers is one that rises against all odds. These words were spoken in preparation of the World Teacher’s Day.
Provision of facilities in schools is our top priority
Multan: The government is taking necessary steps to ensure the functionality of schools and provision of clean drinking water. The active participation of teachers and students is encouraged.
All government schools must accommodate the disabled
Multan: Members of the special society members met with the principle of the Government College of science as well as other heads and discussed the need to cater the disable and provide them with better educational facilities.
552 Gaf Bay Primary School reopens
Chief Education Officer took action of a school and managed to reopen it. On the first day, 161 students showed up.
Old school building in a much worse condition
Chunda: Government D.C High School Chunda building is in a dilapidated condition thus it poses threat to the lives of the students studying therein. The authorities responsible have turned a deaf ear and have been paying no attention.
12 crore funds released
Sialkot: In order to provide the missing facilities to government schools of district Sialkot funds have been released. A set of books worth 3 lakh have been distributed among students.
Girls primary school reopened after many years
Mamu Kanjan: Under Chief Minister’s Education Sector Reforms Programme, school in 552 GB has been reopened after many years.
Girls secure all 3 top positions in BIEK exams
Khi: Girls students secured all three top positions in Board of Intermediate Education karachi (BIEK) second year annual examination 2017.
Funds approved for Sindh Education Board
Karachi: Murad Ali Shah has given approval for funds for Sindh Education Board to increase enrollment ratio.
Magnifi-Science exhibition by TDF
Karachi: The Dawood Foundation is organizing TDF Magnifi-Science Exhibition 2017, from October 6 to October 8.
Civil judge finds three dispensaries non-functional, one school closed in Naudero
Larkana: During a surprise visit to government health and educational institutions in several villages of Naudero, Ratodero`s Civil Judge Mohammad Ali Ruk found three dispensaries non-functional and occupied by some people while one middle school was closed for 15 years.
Govt restrained from deporting Turkish school teachers
Karachi: The Sindh High Court on Tuesday restrained the federal government from deporting Turkish teachers working for the Pak-Turk International Schools.
Civil Judge raids schools
Thana Bola Khan: Civil Judge raids schools in Thana Bola Khan. Many teachers were found absent and furniture was missing.
Good performance of Board of Secondary Education
Letters to the editor
Education for all
Education for all!
Teachers’ day celebration all over
Lahore: World Teachers Day to be celebrated throughout the world including Pakistan on 5th October.
Two school head’s report sent to DC
Multan: The Chief Executive Officer District Education Authority has sent a report of two school heads to Deputy Commissioner, alleging them of remaining absent.
Protest against closure of school
Kaloi: Residents of Village Ahmed Sahar carried a protest against closure of Primary School of the Village, pointing that school remains closed due to unavailability of teachers.
School building turned to herd form
Dadu: The Government Primary School Kamal Khan Solangi has been turned into a herd form despite education emergency in Sindh. Education authorities are silent to take any notice.
Protest against transfer of school teacher
Bulri Shah Kareem: A protest was carried by the students of Government Primary School Khiryaari, near Bulri Shah Kareem, against transferring of teacher.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-10-04/news/page3/1%20(1).htm
Protest against usage of substandard material in school construction work
Adil Pur: Residents of Village Ali Sher Kalwar carried a protest against usage of substandard material in the construction work of Government Primary School of the village. They demanded from concerned authorities to take notice.
Girls school deprived of building
Ghotki: The Government Girls Primary School Union Council Berota Village Abdul Wahid Samejo is deprived of building for past 14 years. At least 300 girls have been compelled to sit under trees and continue study.
Primary school building dilapidated
Thatta: Building of Government Primary School Habib Kheskheli, near Gharo, is left in a dilapidated state for past 10 years. More than 100 students have to sit under trees and continue study.
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Approval of funds distribution in Education Boards
Karachi: The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah has given the approval of funds of one Arab Rupee for all Educational Boards of Sindh, for deputation of Secretaries and enrolment.
Intermediate commerce results
Karachi: The Education Board Karachi declared result of Intermediate Commerce and Home Economics private examination, 2017. First Three positions were secured by boys.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/detail.asp?id=384330
Sindh Government decides to recruit 6953 teachers to restore 3000 dysfunctional schools
Karachi: Government of Sindh has declared the annual school census report, taking a decision to start recruiting 6953 new teachers to restore 3000 closed schools since long time. It is also decided to form 286 cluster schools by appointing 6000 junior elementary school teachers, including 953 early child teachers. Regional Committees will be formed on regional and district level.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pknewspapers.com/the-kawish.html
1500 teachers absent despite B
biometric system in Dadu
Dadu: Despite biometric verification system in district Dadu, 1500 teachers are still reported to be absent from schools. A concerned report was sent to higher authorities.
Complete Story: http://epaper.pknewspapers.com/the-kawish.html
Private schools to protest on World Teachers’ Day
Quetta: Balochistan Private Schools Grand Alliance will celebrate World Teachers’ day as Black Day on 5th October.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/47313/59d3f8e8c1338
DC visits schools
Kalat: The Deputy Commissioner Kalat paid a visit to different government schools and showed his anger on absence of teachers, giving priority to education.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page2/
Teachers’ absence is not bearable at any cost: Secretary Education
Quetta: There is need for joint efforts for provision of student education and teachers should play a role. All resources will also be utilized for solution of problems of female teachers.
GTA is struggling for Kech Teachers’ rights
Turbat: A meeting of Government Teachers Association was held. The program was presided over by the District President Haji Murad Bakhsh Baloch focusing on provision of education and struggle for the rights of the teachers.
42 management officers transferred
Peshawar: On the directives of Provincial Government, Establishment Department KPK has issued directives for transfer of 42 officers of management including Additional Secretary Higher Education.
Children will not be kept aloof of education: Fazal Hakeem
Mingora: The Chairman Deedak Sawat Fazal Hakeem Khan has ensured that children of Government Primary School Raheem Abad will not be deprived of education; they will be availed with all facilities.
Decision to recruit educated youth in schools
Peshawar: Government takes the decision of recruiting educated youth into government schools of FATA.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar?date=2017-10-04&page=2
Protest against deputation of female teachers in boys schools
Peshawar: The President All Primary teachers Association KPK has issued a statement, opposing the deputation of female teachers in government boys’ primary schools. It has been warned to start protests, if the decision was not taken back.