Our system is the best after issuance of educational insurance plan
Renowned educationist Mr. Sana Ullah expressed that our system has become the best after the issuance of the Educational Insurance Plan. He was expressing his views in Annual Parents Day function of the Intellectual School Batta Khel.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-04-05/page-2
Speaker KP assembly order speeding up the progress at Gajju Khan Medical College
Asad Qaiser, speaker of the KP assembly, attended a meeting regarding the progress of work at the Gajju Khan Medical College and expressed his dissatisfaction over the progress. He ordered to speed up the work so as the classes may start sooner.
Imran calls for paying attention to the poor, investing in youths
Chairman Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Imran Khan has said that nation could not become great by spending on Metro bus projects but by investing in the poor segments of the society to make them prosperous. He was speaking to the students and teachers at the University of Haripur here on Monday.
Sans direction: 129 head teacher posts vacant in provincial capital
The All Primary Teachers Association (APTA) Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) chapter has threatened to go on strike if the education department fails to constitute district promotion committees (DPC) by April 9.
Skill lab at PGMI unlikely to see light of day
Lack of planning by the government has jeopardised the future of purpose-built structures housing skill laboratory, auditorium and conference room etc. at Postgraduate Medical Institute (PGMI), according to sources.
Over 100 Mohmand schools to be closed
The Fata Secretariat will close about 102 government schools under the rationalisation programme in Mohmand Agency. Mohmand physical supervisor of the education department Ismail Khan said the government schools not fulfilling the enrolment ratio and proper distance criteria would be closed and merged into other schools in the area. “The programme‘s purpose is to optimise the use of government resources,” he added.
Appointment to 247 teaching posts has not been done at Bajaur Agency
After giving more focus to education by Government especially in tribal areas, 247 teaching posts are still empty in Bajaur Agency. Recently Education Department FATA has conducted tests for various posts in which seventeen hundred candidates appeared and qualify the tests but their interviews are still pending.
Delay in opening of Gujjukhan College, even after the approval of funds
Asad Qaiser , speaker of KPK Assembly express his sorrow for not showing positive anticipation in the opening of Gujjukhan college even after getting approval for funds .He ordered to speed up the work for starting the classes soon.
Apprehension of contractor who supplies goods in Wali Khan University has been stopped
Peshawar high court demanded answer from DG NAB as to why they cancelled the apprehension of Contractor of Wali Khan University.
Formation of investigation committee for department of education in Karak and Bannu
Provincial government has announced the formation of investigation committee for investigating the irregularity of deputy district officers in Karak and Bannu. It was blamed that district education officer is involved in the impairing of biometric system in education office
Sixth enrollment campaign to be started from 8th April
Provincial government is going to start Sixth enrollment campaign from 8th April in whole of the province including Peshawar before this 1,61,065 students has been enrolled in 5th enrollment campaign from 2013 to 2015.
Minister Education trying to diminished the rights, Pashtun
Pashtun SF in his recent allegation said that minister education is trying to crush the rights, before joining the government their slogan was ‘every kid in School, every teacher in class’ now contradict to this their slogan is ‘Every teacher at home and every student in grave’. Still after one month girl’s college Muslim Bagh has not been opened
Educational department has now become a laboratory
Members of teacher unity panel said in their combined statement that cluster program is practically failed. Secretary education should come forward in this regard. Education department is not sole responsible for survey.
Practical steps for solving matters between students of BRC
Members of national party met the provincial education minister and secretary education in past days and informed them about the dispute occurred among the students of BRC. They asked for solving this dispute and taking steps for saving the time of students. They told that this education institute is now becoming a victim of conspiracies and difficulties have been created for students.
Microbiology important for life sciences department
Vice chancellor Dr. Professor Javed Iqbal of Balochistan said that Microbiology is important in the department of life Sciences which helps in diagnosing and controlling of different chronic disease. Here need of the thing is to equipped them with new technology.
HDP taken notice of increased fees in private schools
Democratic Party of Hazara in their combined statement opposes the recent increase in school fees of private schools and said it is injustice with the people. They made appeal to minister education, Secretary Education and directors of school to take strict action against private schools for this cruel behavior.
Agriculture College must solved the problems of student federation
Pashtun student federation Azzad in their central statement opposed the injustice and not giving admission to students, they said Agriculture College has destroyed the institution on the basis of corruption.
Seminar in AJK University
AJK University held a seminar on Kashmir issue. Syed Nazeer Gillani, a renowned Kashmiri leader was the chief guest on seminar.
Educational institutes to be provided with resources
The President Mamnoon Hussain said that the educational institutes would be provided with all the available resources. He expressed these views at the meeting of the advisory committee of the Federal Urdu University.
Government is striving for the development of education
Prize distribution ceremony was held at the Muslim Hands School of Excellence Islamabad where Chaudhary Riffat expressed that the government is striving to promote education.
Education is a sacred duty, says Mamnoon Hussain
President of Pakistan, Mamnoon Hussain has said that education is a sacred duty. No negligence should be committed in the provision of education facilities to the students.
Govt. set to promote education, says Mamnoon
President Mamnoon Hussain has said the government is serious in promotion of education and all possible resources will be provided to educational institutions.
Millennial becomes youngest Microsoft Security Researcher
Roots Millennium Schools’ Youngest Security Researcher, Millennial Irfad Imtiaz, student of ‘AS’ Level from Millennium Campus I-9/3, was titled as Youngest Microsoft Security Researcher. Irfad reported the first potential security bug in Microsoft back in 2013 at the age of only 15 and got his name listed in TechNet’s Hall of Fame.
2,097 awarded degrees in Wah University Convocation
A colourful function of the 4th convocation of University of Wah was held yesterday in the auditorium of the university in which 2,097 students were conferred under-graduate and postgraduate degrees in the disciplines of engineering, basic sciences, management sciences, computer sciences, social sciences and humanities. Some 87 high achievers of different disciplines were awarded gold medals.
4th Islamabad Literary Festival to commence from April 15
A galaxy of English, Urdu, Punjabi and Pashto writers will be participating in the fourth Islamabad Literature Festival (ILF) being organized by the Oxford University Press (OUP) from April 15. The festival will be continued for three days at Lok Virsa (The National Institute of Folk and Traditional Heritage), Islamabad from April 15 to 17. The festival is packed with sessions on literature and political issues, book launches. The ILF provides an opportunity to enthusiasts to interact with writers at the festival.
QAU to hold convocation next Month
The Quaid-e-Azam University (QAU) will hold its seventh convocation next month. During the event, degrees and medals will be conferred on the university students, who either passed MSc and MPhil courses from Spring 2014 to Fall 2014 and Spring 2015, or did PhD from Spring 2013 to December 12, 2015.
SLS School celebrates World Wildlife Day
Montessori students of Sadeeqa’s Learning System (SLS) Montessori & High School marked World Wildlife Day, at the SLS, Peshawar Road, and Range Road campuses, says a press release.
AIOU to adopt online mode to run PhD and MPhil Programmes
The Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has decided to gradually adopt online mode of education to run its PhD and M.Phil programmes. Students of the higher classes will get their study material through electronic or digital devices (CDC) instead of printed form.
HEC women TT Championship Commences
Fatima Jinnah Women University in collaboration with Higher Education Commission (HEC), Islamabad, is hosting all Pakistan HEC Women Table Tennis Championship 2015-16 at Jinnah Sports Complex.
Medical students, doctors surprised at omission of urology as subject
A number of urologists have expressed surprise at a recent decision by the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PM&DC) regarding omission of Urology (as subject) from the list of subjects to be taught at the medical colleges and the faculty necessary to impart training.
Students passing O/A level are not happy with board’s equivalence formula
Students having completed ‘O’ and ‘A’ level education have criticized the Inter Board Committee’s (IBC) “equivalence and conversion formula for foreign grades/marks into Pak equivalent marks” demanding the authorities concerned to revise it.
Smart schools project to be launched in 24 institutions of capital
Ministry of Planning, Development and Reforms has approved a proposal to convert existing schools and colleges of the federal capital into smart schools and colleges as per the vision 2025 programme. The said project would implement the blended learning solutions in 24 Islamabad Model Schools in lead phase.
NEB test for dental graduates tomorrow
The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has decided to hold National Examination Board (NEB) test for dental practitioner’s registration at Saheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University (Pims) on April 6.
Education institution will be equipped with least resources
Mamnoon Hussain has showed satisfaction on the legislation of Wafaqi Urdu University in the meeting of advisory committee of Urdu University, he said we are serious for promoting education and for these resources will be given to education institutes.
Promotion of 1300 assistant professors for scale 18 to 19
In province Punjab ministry of education promoted for the first time some 1300 Assistant professors from 18th to 19th scale Associate professors, out of them 600 professors going to be retired in May and June.
Inspection of Matric examination centers
Chairman of Federal Education board conducted inspection Matric examination Centers and praised the satisfactory performance of board invigilators.
PU quality enhancement cell seminar in collaboration with Virtual University
Punjab University Quality Enhancement Cell is going to organize a seminar on the topic “Increasing Problems of Pakistan’s Higher Education” on the occasion of World Quality Day. The chief guest would be the VC PU Dr. Mujahid Kamran.
Educational conference of Punjab subject specialists and teachers’ senior association
A one-day educational conference titled “Education and Materialism” will be held in Lahore on the 9th of April. The purpose of the conference is to promote education. Renowned educationists and experts would participate from all over Pakistan.
Haley College Students protest against fee hike, admission cancellation
Hundreds of students from the Haley College of the Punjab University protested against the fee hike and the cancellation of the admissions. The negotiations with the management later then finished the protest.
Shehzad Public High School Pakistan ideology trust tour
The students and teachers of Shehzad Public High School toured under the Pakistan Ideology Trust and visited the picture gallery of the Pakistan movement. An eminent freedom fighter Siraj Ahmed also spoke to the children.
Annual prize distribution ceremony in Chenab College Chiniot
The annual prize distribution ceremony was held at the Chenab College Chiniot. The principal of the Chenab College Jhang was the chief guest at the occasion.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-04-05/page-3
Starting of education enrolment expedition in Suhawa
In suhawah awareness expedition for Universal Primary Education Enrolment 2016 has been arranged Raja Shariq Razzaq on advice of Mian Shehbaz sharif registered the new admissions in class Kachi and fourth he also distributed books, copies, bags and set of uniforms among the students.
Enrolment expedition in Pindi Ghaib
Assistant commissioner ch.Munawar Hussain said that their target is to enrolled 4910 students in Tehseel Ping Ghaib success of enrolment expedition is the success of education system in country
Starting of expedition for school admission in Attock
In district Attock, expedition regarding admission in secondary and primary education under the concept ‘Perho Punjab Barho Punjab’ has been started
16 school heads issued warning owing to low student’s attendance
16 heads of the schools were issued warning due to low attendance of the students in their schools while 12 were fined for the same reason under the “Perho Punjab, Barho Punjab” scheme in Chiniot.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/peshawar/2016-04-05/page-Z
Application submission for rechecking of 5th and 8th classes started
The submission of the applications for the rechecking of the papers of class 5th and class 8th has started at a fee of Rs. 50 per paper.
Annual prize distribution ceremony of local school
The annual prize distribution ceremony of a local school was held in Lahore. The president of the Al-Akhiyar Foundation was the chief guest at the occasion.
Private sector helping the government in promoting higher education
The chairman of the Al-Hamra colleges expressed his views that the private sector is contributing healthily to the promotion of education and assisting the government.
Government schools lack basic facilities due to officers’ negligence
The government schools are lacking basic facilities despite sudden tours by the CM Shehbaz Sharif. The government funds are being used without proper planning.
Security of educational institutes to be in focus
The security of the educational institutes has been asked to enhance by the chief secretary of Punjab in order to minimize the threat of terrorism.
Private schools reopened
The private schools have reopened and there has been a lot of rush of the students and parents at the book shops for the purchase of new books and notebooks.
Girl’s school becomes home to drug addicts
The girl’s primary school Qila Shabdev Singh has become home to the drug addicts of the area due to the low boundary walls of the school.
Admission in government schools, issue resolved
The CM Punjab has approved the start of second shift in the schools thereby solving the problem of admission in the government schools.
214 schools still did not get weapon license
214 schools in Rawalpindi have still not received the weapon licenses despite the fees already deposited.
Lahore blast facilitators arrested from a madrasa
The anti-terrorism department raided a madrasa and arrested six facilitators of the Lahore blast. The weapons and banned literature has also been found from the site.
Police catch six suspects from Lahore seminary
Police took six suspects into custody following a search operation at a seminary in Iqbal Town. In another operation, 10 suspects were arrested in the area around Kot Lakpat Jail. Police nabbed 20 men from Faisalabad in a search operation. A paramilitary crackdown against terrorists has begun in Punjab following the Lahore Attack which killed 72 people including several children.
Zakat Council approves scholarship for deserving students
Provincial Zakat Council has approved the release of Rs 40,000,000 scholarship for 7605 deserving students of colleges, universities and seminaries. This was decided in the 162nd meeting of Provincial Zakat Council headed by Chairman Justice (rtd) Akhtar Hassan in his office. Zakat and Ushr Secretary Habib-ur-Rehman Gillani, Administrator Zakat Muhammad Yusuf Butt, Deputy Administrator Zakat (Field) Rana Muhammad Sajjad Babar, members of the council Muhammad Azhar Farooqi, Saeed Ahmad Ansari, Mohtarma Tanvir Kausar, Deputy Secretary Saeeda Malaika and representatives of the secretary local government and community development, finance and social welfare were also present on the occasion.
Train project won’t affect health, education budget: CM
Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif has said that Lahore Orange Line Train is a splendid project for provision of modern, respectable and safe transport facility to the citizens. He said that Rs76 billion of the poor nation had been saved in the project and saving of such a big amount through negotiations after completion of tendering was unprecedented in the history of the country.
Seminar: Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) will organise a seminar on ‘Rumi and Education’ on Tuesday (today) at 11am at its auditorium.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/110319-Seminar
Over 37,000 trainees enrolled as apprentices in different industries
Chairperson Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) Irfan Qaiser Sheikh has said that more than 37000 trainees have been enrolled as apprentices in different industries of Punjab up-to March 2016.
Pakistan Medical and Dental council will conduct entry test of foreign students
Pakistan Medical and Dental council has announced step three Dental Registration Exams for foreign students. Exam will be held on 6th April at Examination Department Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto Medical University PIMS Hospital.
Raising problems for higher education in Pakistan
A seminar on ‘Raising Problems for higher education in Pakistan’ hosted by Virtual University and Punjab University quality enhancement cell will be held today at 10:30am in Al-razi Hall.
Lahore high court obstruct the hiring in National College of Arts
Justice Ayesha Malik remands the notice to HEC for giving a justification as to why they stopped the hiring of professors and other posts till 3rd May.
Public school teachers shown non confidence on PEC and PEF
Public School teachers shown non confidence on PEC and PEF in this regard they will conduct processions today. According to reports teachers of public school declared the foundation of Punjab Examination commission as useless
Prices of private schools courses increase
Parents face great ordeal purchasing expensive books at the start of the new academic year. A student of KG is getting his course books in at least Rs. 2500
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-05/page-2
Prize distribution ceremony in Mehran Grammar Model Secondary School
The prize distribution ceremony was held in Mehran Grammar Model Secondary School. The member Secondary Education board Ghulam Abbas Baloch was the chief guest at the occasion.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2016-04-05/page-3
Respect of teacher is a must
Renowned educationist Zulfiqar Ali said that the respect of the teachers is an integral part of progress while referring to the holy Hindu book “Manusmriti”.
Students should be kept away from extremism
Hafiz Samar Abbas of the Mustafavi Students Movement Pakistan said that the students should be kept away from extremism.
Annual prize distribution ceremony at a private institute
The speakers at the second annual prize distribution ceremony of a private institute in Dorr stressed the parents to focus on the education as well as the upbringing of the children.
Government is initiating programs for poor students
The chairman of the Sindh Textbook Board Zakir Ali Shah expressed that the government is devising certain programs for aiding the poor students.
French language course in Karachi University from April 12th
The course for French language is to be started at the Karachi University from the 12th of April by the cooperation of Alliance Francaise.
Registration forms dates announced for Karachi University
The registration forms for MA, double MA private and improvement of division in Karachi university must be submitted latest by the 25th of April.
Department of teachers’ Education holds Programme
The Federal Urdu University’s department of teachers’ education held a program on Pakistan Resolution in Karachi.
Mother language teaching improves growth
Govt. Primary School for Boys in Ghotki held a seminar for highlighting the importance of mother language instructions. DEO Education stressed that medium of instruction should be mother language.
Secretary special education visits Lyari Centre
Secretary Special Education, Baqa Ullah visited the Lyari Centre of special education along with the Director Special Education. He conversed with the parents and students and took stock of their issues.
Textbooks absent from the market
At the start of academic session, the textbooks have been put out of the market to sell them in black, whereas the students of govt. schools have not yet been provided the free textbooks.
‘Youth’s role vital to strengthen bureaucracy’
To ensure an effective policing system in the country, there remains a dire need for citizens to actually support and place their trust in the police force's capabilities. This was stated by Superintendent Police (SP) Shehla Qureshi in a lecture, titled ‘Pathway to Bureaucracy’, at Department of Public Administration (DPA), University of Karachi.
KU to offer online french course
The University of Karachi's International Centre for Chemical and Biological Sciences (ICCBS) will start an extensive online course on “Basic French Language” from April 12 in collaboration with the Alliance Francaise.
Protesters dispersed: Four demands of Sindh Teachers that led to their thrashing
At a time when a group of religious workers had blocked Numaish Chowrangi to show support for their counterparts holding the country’s capital hostage, a group of teachers from Sindh also took to the streets in favour of their demands. The only difference between the two was that the former were allowed to hold their protest while the later were charged with water cannons and batons.
STEVTA accused of misusing funds
The Sindh Technical Education and Vocational Training Authority (STEVTA) has allegedly misused procurement and construction funds at various Centre’s in Sindh. Sources told Daily Times that construction funds for the government monotechnic institutes and Centre’s of five different regions including Karachi, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Larkana, Mirpur khas were embezzled.
Moot On Experiential Learning On 12th
An international conference on experiential learning is being held at the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) on April 12. According to IoBM Public Affairs section, prominent entrepreneurs, corporate leaders, heads of multinational companies, heads from the education sector including medical, engineering and professional colleges and universities and front-liners from the social, health and development sectors would participate.
Workshop: A two-day training workshop on ‘Research Methodology’, to be held at the Department of International Relations, Karachi University, at 9.30am.
Complete Story: http://www.dawn.com/news/1250003/metro-events
Students of under construction Agriculture University will be provided with indoor games
Vise chancellor of Sindh Agricultural University while his visits to University examine the present indoor games. He said with the construction of new sports complex students will be provided with indoor games.
Point service in Karachi University by ‘Uswah Zahid’
University of Karachi (UOK) is the biggest institute of Karachi which provides education to more than 24,000 students. The point facility is being provided by the university to the students to come easily from any area. However there are just 28 points available. Many students’ especially middle class travel in these points, some of them use private vans which can be costly.
KU detains original certificates By ‘Rumsha Sultan Khan
During the admission process at Karachi University, I was completely ignorant to the information that the university detains the original certificates/documents.
Knowledge or Degree? By ‘Nusra Obaid’
When a student passes his college, he reaches the pinnacle of his life in which he has to decide his career which leads him to accomplish his desired goals through education. But sadly in our country education has been degraded to a mere word. People are only striving towards getting their degrees rather than focusing on what they are learning to get better.
Letters to the Editor
This refers to the editorial, ‘Educational equations’ (March 31). Principals and headmasters of educational institutions are appointed on the basis of seniority, not merit. Any college teacher in Grade-19 is eligible to become principal of a college, and any schoolteacher in Grade-17 can become headmaster of a secondary school. Usually, political favourites are appointed to these prestigious posts.
Complete Story: http://www.thenews.com.pk/print/110354-Educational-equations
247 vacant posts could not be filled
Bajaur Agency: 247 teacher positions are vacant in Bajaur Agency Education Department. 1700 candidates submitted application and have given tests however the appointment process has stopped. Thousands of candidates are now waiting for appointments. On the other hand, The Government claims to increase the literacy rate in the Bajaur Agency and has constructed new schools.
Boundary wall of a Girls’ Primary School destroyed due to earthquake
Tor Dher: The President PTC District Swabi, Mr. Mohim Shah Mohim demanded the reconstruction of Grils’ Primary School boundary wall which was destroyed due to earthquake causing great difficulty and problems.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar, Page No.2
Awareness movement started for education
Kohat: A movement of awareness was started with cooperation of Alif Ailaan in many areas of District Koha on the importance of education. Education stalls were arranged in different areas to attract the public and motivate them to seek education and show that school is for every child.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar, Page No.3
Demand for inquiry against students who tortured teacher
D.I.Khan: The Gomal University teacher, Dr. Mubashir was tortured by students named Sherullah Wazir and the Teachers Federation demanded strict action against. They also said that the security staff was also involved in this torture and another inquiry must be done against the situation. The teacher demanded strict action against the student Sherullah Wazir belonging to the ANP.
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Secretary Education takes notice against appointments
Peshawar: The Education Department has taken notice of the wrong posts and demanded for their appointment lists. According to the sources, irrelevant officials and staff sitting were on the different seats without any justification. Now the Secretary Education has taken very serious notice of this situation and demanded the lists of all the staffs along with their seats justification.
Complete Story: Daily Mashriq, Peshawar, Page No.8
Government & private school curriculum must be the same: Saeeda Haseena
Chota Lahore: The government and private school curriculum must be same because due to differences in the curriculum both students and their parents are confused. If students, during primary level, study in their mother language then the curriculum will be easier. These views were expressed by poet, author and Chief Guest Saeeda Haseena in an inauguration ceremony of a middle school. She also said that mothers should pay special attention towards their children’s education and leaning.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page No.5
Ending of schools in Mohmand Agency is an unfair decision
Mohmand Agency: School numbers are dwindling due to the low number of students which is an unfair decision due to which many students will not be available in schools and hence they will be deprived of education. These views were expressed by Tanzeem Mohmand Union President, Mr. Saleem Sardar during a briefing to media.
Complete Story: Daily Akhbar-e-Khyber, Peshawar, Page No.3
Awaran is dragged towards educational backwardness: Comrade Imran Baloch
District Lasbela: The central senior vice chairman BSO Pachar, comrade Mr. Imran Baloch along with others said that Awaran is deliberately being dragged towards educational backwardness. He said the Government Inter College conditions are dilapidated as only three Baloch lecturers are running the college while 5 assistant professors and 6 lecturer positions are vacant. Basic facilities like a library, potable water, electricity, furniture and text books are unavailable in college.
Educational activities halt in Muslim Girls College
District Quetta: The educational activities are at a halt in Muslim Girls College for the past month.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/04-05-2016/Quetta/page2.asp
Demand to take notice against ‘ghost teachers’
District Bolan: The president GTA Tehsil Mach, Mr. Nazir Ahmed and Mr. Muhammad Ibrahim said 30 ‘ghost teachers’ in Tehsil Mach and district Kachhi are taking salaries at home while education department is silent spectator. They demand to take notice against such ghost teachers.
Students intensify efforts to acquire knowledge: Prof: Dr. Qaleemullah
District Mastung: The Principal Degree College Mastung Prof. Dr. Qaleemullah said that College administration understands national and religious duty to provide standard education to students. He said all essential facilities are provided to students in college; efforts to raise interest in education of students teaching staff committees have been formed.
Complete Story: Daily Aazadi Quetta, Page No.6
Notice should be taken against unsatisfactory performance of DEO Education Mastung
District Mastung: Mr. Mir Abdul Wahid Shahwani along with others said District Education Officer Mastung violated merit and has been appointing favorites, which a violation of merit and injustice with literate local candidates. They demanded from Education High officials to take notice of such blunders.
Complete story: Daily Nai- Baat Quetta, Page No.3
Enrolment process affects educational activities at schools
District Bahawalpur: The Punjab Teachers Union Hasilpur has said that the teachers are repeatedly forced to participate in the enrolment process of the out of school children which has affected the education activities at schools, even the students are without books. They said that CM must take notice of the situation.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 2
Primary school without boundary wall
District Layyah: The Government Primary School Chak No. 90A/TDA has been without a boundary wall for the past 25 years and is lacking other basic facilities yet it performing well. The residents of the area have demanded that authorities must take notice of it.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Multan, Page No. 7
Bribery being charged for computerization of female teachers’ record
District Rajanpur: The female teachers of Rajanpur said while protesting that Official Staff of EDO Office was taking bribes from female teachers for computerization of records of the teachers. The DCO asked for an explanation from the EDO after taking notice.
Complete Story: Daily Pakistan, Multan. Page No. 2
Teacher becomes habitual absentee
District Rahim Yar Khan: Ms. Nasila Anjum, teacher at Government Primary School Chak No.106/NP has become a habitual absentee and uses different excuses for remaining absent from the school. She has been submitting tampered medical reports with the collaboration of the Education Officials. Parents have demanded that the Authorities should take notice because the education of the children is being affected.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No. 8
Camp for Enrolment Campaign 2016
District Rahim Yar Khan: An Enrolment Camp was held in connection with the Enrolment Campaign 2016. The EDO said that the target was to enroll 1,63,403 children and this target will be met in all circumstances.
Complete Story: Daily Express, Rahim Yar Khan, Page No.2
Hunger strike against TEO
District Badin: The member teachers of P.T.Alif continued the hunger strike against the Taluka Education Officer Tando Bago, blaming him of corruption and harassing teachers. Due to his mismanagement, more than 60 schools are dysfunctional.
6000 ‘ghost teachers’ caught through Biometric: Zakir Shah
District Mirpurkhas: The Chairman Sindh Text Book Board and Special Secretary Education Department Sindh, Mr. Syed Zakir Ali Shah has said while praising efforts of the Secretary Education that improvement seems due to other cadre system in the department. He added that more than 3 coror free text books were distributed among 45 lac students of primary and secondary level. He declared that 6000 ghost employees were fired from the department after the installation of biometric verification system.
Villages carry out protest for new school building
District Khairpur Mirs: The residents of Jarwar carried protest for a seventh day for a new school building declaring that students have to sit under open sky and have demanded from the Secretary Education and Minister for Education to take notice of the issue.
Other Cadre teachers continue hunger strike
District Khairpur Mirs: The teachers of Other Cadre continued their hunger strike over unpaid of salary.
Protest on not receiving scholarship stipend amount
District Khairpur Mirs: The students of Government High School Muhammad Shah held a protest along with parents on not receiving their scholarship stipend amount.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2016-04-05/news/page2/1%20(6).htm
Program to celebrate Education day
District Nawabshah: A program was organized at the Best Karam Model School Daur to celebrate Education Day which teachers, social leaders and citizens attended in large numbers.
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Protest against School Head Mistress
District Tando Muhammad Khan: The students of Government Campus Girls High School Tando Ghulam Hyder held protest against their School Head Mistress on violating the annual funds of students.
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Protest on grabbing school plot
District Dadu: The Chairman School Bachayo Committee Bhan Saeedabad continued their protest strike against the local influential on occupying the school plot.
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Female teachers protest against stoppage of salary
District Dadu: The female teachers from Kahirpur Nathan Shah held protest over nonpayment of salary for past 14 months declaring that they were performing duty with regularity. They have warned to burn themselves if their salary was not issued within two months.
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