KP likely to regularise all ad hoc teachers/Budget fails to provide relief to ad hoc teachers
Teachers of various cadres appointed in government schools through the NTS on ad hoc basis during the last three years are expected to be regularised very soon and the education department has been asked to start work in this regard, sources said.
Special teams demanded for schools’ inspection
The Tanzeem-e-Asatza Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, a teachers’ body, has demanded the formation of special teams to inspect the newly established science and computer labs and conduct physical verification of goods and equipment provided to the government schools.
Education gets Rs127.91b in KP Budget
Education being the largest sector got a maximum share of Rs127.91 billion in the provincial budget for the 2017-18, which include Rs115.92 billion for Elementary and Secondary Education.
Labourers’ children receiving free education: Minister
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Labour and Mineral Development Anisa Zeb Tahirkheli said here on Wednesday that children of registered labours were being imparted free of cost, quality education in the best educational institutions through the Workers Welfare Board.
Scholarships to be continued for intelligent, needy children
Along with other budgetary announcements regarding education, the provincial government has decided to continue funding for needy children this following year.
Provincial budget is education and health friendly
Leader Jammat-e-Islami Khyber Pakhtunkhwa said that the budget is very health and education centric. He said that despite difficulties, the province has managed to deliver a well balanced budget.
Elections Notification of Government Teachers Association
Headmaster of High School, Kishangi (Nushki) should be bound to perform his duties
Most of the time, head teachers of High School Kishangi are absent and other teachers are fighting amongst themselves for the top administrative role.
Teachers’ children should be given scholarships: AGTA
Representatives of All Government Teachers Association Balochistan requested the provincial education minister to provide scholarships to children of teachers.
G-15: Model School’s PC-1 overruled
Planning Commission has overruled the PC-1 of FG Model School and College for Boys that was sent by the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE).
MPs critique budget making, spending priorities of the government
MPs critiqued that the finance minister should have educated the House regarding utilisation of the last budget. They said that she should have told why only 40pc of the Rs47 billion allocation for the school education was spent?
Danish School’s should facilitate admission process
Ali Akbar Bhatti stated in Vehari that Danish School’s principals should facilitate the admission process and make it more efficient.
Teachers not paid salaries
Even after 40 days teachers are yet to be paid their salaries, teachers facing diffficulties due to this delay.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/islamabad/2017-06-08/page-4
25,000 schools have been abandoned
MPA Khadija Umar Farooq said that 25,000 schools in Punjab have been abandoned and they lack basic facilities.
SST Teachers Protest in Multan
SST Teachers protested in Multan on getting upgradation. Abid Mohar, here, stated that voice for teacher’s rights should be raised at every forum.
Education moot from October 5
Provincial Minister for Schools Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan has said that two-day International Education Conference will be held in Lahore on 5th and 6th of October. World renowned educationists, experts and representatives of international organizations will participate in this conference.
Education Board laptop scheme to start today
Laptop scheme for those scoring more than 90% in exams will commence from today.
Pakistan Awareness Programme
Students in Lahore undertook a trip under the Pakistan Awareness Programme.
Education should be provided in the light of Islam: Ameer Hamza
Chairman Tehreek Hurmat Rasool, Maulana Ameer Hamza while addressing a gathering a students and parents said that our children should be educated in the light of Islam.
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Teachers should not be accused without investigation: Rana Liaquat
General Secretary Punjab Teachers Union, Rana Liaquat Ali requested CM Punjab, Education Minister Punjab, Chief Secretary Punjab and Secretary Schools Punjab to not accuse any teacher without carrying out a proper investigation.
Quality education is the right of children of judges, employees: Chief Justice High Court
A session is going to be held on 10th June to discuss provision of quality education to children of judges. Chairmen of private schools have also been invited to attend the session.
Survey complete to admit children of brick kiln workers into schools
Director Labour Department said that these children will also be paid a stipend of Rs.1000 through ‘Khidmat cards’. So far, 2000 kids in over 309 brick kilns have been identified for admissions.
Bogus candidate caught in examination centre
On the last day of Intermediate exams, person caught impersonating a student. CEO was informed timely and action taken resulted in the culprit being handed over to the police.
Practical exams for Intermediate will start from 13th June
Yearly board practical exams will be starting from 13th June. the first exams is of Biology, followed by Health and Physical Education.
5,000 teachers to be sent abroad for training: Rana Mashood
Punjab Education Minister, Rana Mashood said that the provincial government has allocated a massive amount of budget to education this year. He also added that 5,000 teachers from Punjab will be sent abroad for training.
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Dilapidated school building
Jhol primary school’s dilapidated building is causing stress to students of the school.
Complete Story: http://www.nawaiwaqt.com.pk/E-Paper/karachi/2017-06-08/page-13
Junior IT expert teaches people double his age
Sabawoon Nangrahary, a 6th grader, was a special guest at ‘Dil DIl Ramazan’ transmission on Geo Tv where he gave credit to his teachers for making him realise his talents.
Complete Story: https://jang.com.pk/epaper/327732
Details demanded of teachers appointed without taking any tests
Education and Literacy Department, Sindh has asked for the details from Directorate of Schools of teachers that were appointed in the previous government’s tenure without taking any tests.
Teachers protest for not getting stipends for performing census duties
Complete Story: https://jang.com.pk/epaper/327564
Rally against land grabbers
Students of Government Boys Higher Secondary School held a rally against land mafia.
Complete Story: https://jang.com.pk/epaper/327538
Struggle for the provision of religious education should be speeded up
During an educational activity at Islamia Public Secondary School, the attendees said that the struggle for the provision for religious education should be speeded up because we are behind in this case.
Complete Story: https://jang.com.pk/epaper/327537
Sindh’s Education system wrecked,1400 schools non-functional
Students who are fasting are victims of great struggle
Education as a career and Punjab Government’s Education friendly measures
School Educators Recruitment Policy 2016-17
Form a good relationship with education
Letters to the Editor
The Sindh Budget
No Computers for Schools
Private schools mafia
Issue of one book
SST Teachers announce protest for up gradation
Multan: A meeting of Secondary School teachers was organized where it was declared that Teachers have been kept aloof of up gradation. An announcement of protest was declared.
Facilities will be given to Intelligent and eligible Students: Vice Chancellor
Multan: The Vice Chancellor Zakaria University Dr. Tahir Ameen has said in his speech during Merit Master Level Scholarship session that intelligent and eligible students on the University will be facilitated.
Higher Education forms one window complaint cell
Lahore: The Provincial Minister for Higher Education Punjab Mr. Syed Raza Ali Geelani has said steps are being taken to resolve Teachers matters; one Window complaint cell is formed in that regard.
Schools in Sindh are closed due to shortage of Teacher
The Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah said during visit of Jinah Post Graduate Medical Center Karachi Schools in Snidh are dysfunctional due to shortage of teachers.
Complete Story: http://dailyjeejal.com/e-paper/2017-6-08/news/page1/1%20(25).htm
Students in Hyderabad protested against Quaid E Azam University Management
Hyderabad: Shagird Bachayo Action Committee from Hyderabad held a protest strike against the management of Quaid E Azam University on imposing ban on admissions of Sindhi and Baloch Students in the University.
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Scandal of Bogus appointment Orders in Shah Abdul Latif University
District Khairpur Mirs: Thirty Eight Appointment Orders of Peons, Guards and Clerks in Shah Abdul Latif University have been announced bogus. A Committee has been formed to investigate the matter.
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Corruption in Balochistan University on extreme level
Quetta: The President Balochistan National Party Mr. Malak Abdul Loli Kakar and others have said that statements of Officers of Balochistan university depend upon fasle; corrption has destroyed the institute.
Complete Story: http://dailyazadiquetta.com/epaper/m/33412/593873576e39d
Head Masters transfer suspended
Dera Murad Jamali: The Minister for Eduaction Mr. Abdul Raheem has directed to cancell the transfer orders of Head Masters in hot areas, demadning a resport from the Secretary Education.
Complete Story: https://www.dailybaakhabar.com/category/page3/
AJTA demands for Scholarships for Teachers’ Children
Quetta: The All Government Schools Teachers Association has said in an statement that Children of Government Teachers should be given Scholarship stipend.
Student Unions continued protest against Balochistan University
Quetta: The Student Unions from Balochistan University Quetta continued hunger strike against Vice Chancellor of the Univesity, on increasing feeses.
Complete Story: http://e.jang.com.pk/06-08-2017/quetta/page2.asp
Bolo Helpline to stop torture against students
Peshawar: The Government of Khyber Pakhtukhwa has planned to allocate 127 Arab and 91 Coror rupees for Education in the Budget of 2017-18 and of it 115 Arab and 92 Coror rupees are spared for Primary Secondary Education, whereas 11 Arab and 99 Coror rupees for Higher Education. It is also declared to form a Bolo Helpline to stop torture on students in educational institutes.
Complete Story: http://epaper.dailyaaj.com.pk/epaper-detail.php?image=NTU0ODk=
14000 New Teachers will be appointed in New Budget
Peshawar: The Provincial Minister Finance has told that 14 arab rupees will be spent on education in coming Budget and in that plan 100 Masjid Schools will be turned to primary Schools and 410 new Primary Schools will be constructed, whereas 14000 New teachers would be appointed.
Complete Story: http://www.dailysubh.pk/peshawar
Education Emergency unveiled
Mengora: The claims of Education Emergency in Province have been unveiled after non-construction of Government Girls School building Sawat. The building was destroyed after falling of an ice berg.
No compromise on respect of Education Institutes
The Minister of Federal Education Mr. Engineer Baligh Ul Rahman has shown concern over clash between two groups of Students in Quaid E Azam University and cancellation of 7 student’s admission. He said no compromise will be tolerated on respect of education institutes.