Private schools, colleges reopen in Bajaur
All private educational institutions reopened in Bajaur Agency on Monday after remaining closed for around two months long winter vacation. However, government schools and colleges will resume classes on March 1.
Mohmand village lacks education, health facilities
GHALANAI: Shaheed Banda area of Pandilai tehsil in Mohmand Agency has no middle or high school, as a result of which students are forced to quit education after passing primary level.
For better education: Minister promises amendments to improve varsities
Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Information Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani said amendments are being made to the Universities Act to improve varsities across the province. Speaking to the media in Abbottabad on Monday, Ghani said the current session of the provincial assembly would approve the amendments and allow the government to revamp institutes.
Taken to task: Police book 40 principals over poor security at schools
Police have registered FIRs against principals of 40 schools across the district for having inadequate security measures at their institutes. “We have almost completed the survey which we started in the district and have registered FIRs against principals of those schools whose security measures were found to be faulty,” a police official told The Express Tribune. The FIRs have been registered under the Protection of Sensitive and Vulnerable Establishments and Places Act 2015.
Khattak opens explosives handling school in Nowshera
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak on Monday visited the Shuhada Memorial of Bomb Disposal Unit and formally inaugurated Police School of Explosive Handling in Nowshera on Monday. On this occasion, he awarded shields to Additional IGP Headquarters Mian Asif, Bomb Disposal Unit AIG Shafqat Malik and Nowshera District Police Officer Rab Nawaz Khan. He also distributed certificates among the bomb disposal staff for their excellent work.
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Afghan students flee country in haste
Fearing a crackdown, Afghan students studying in seminaries of Peshawar have started fleeing the country in haste. “Police has asked us to submit a complete list of Afghan teachers and students in seminaries, thereby causing panic among these people,” the administrator of a seminary in Tehkal told The Express Tribune. “This is why at least a dozen Afghan students have left the seminary; some of them have even fled to Afghanistan.”
Government not facilitating private schools
All Pakistan Private Schools Management Association hold a meeting at Red rose Montessori and High Schools. They said that government taking hi taxes from them and not providing security to their schools.
PST protest for promotions
Primary Schools Teachers protested for their promotions. They said that government promised to promote them from grade 14 to grade 15. However, they are waiting for it.
Amendments in education policy
Management cadre is working for amendments and improvements in education policy for the region.
Keeping watch: G-B’s seminaries to come under close scrutiny
As part of the implementation of the National Action Plan (NAP), the government of Gilgit-Baltistan (G-B) has decided to scrutinise both registered and unregistered madrassahs operating in the region. According to a government official, the decision was taken during a meeting chaired by interim chief minister Sher Jehan Mir. Home Secretary Sibtain Ahmed and intelligence officials attended the meeting.
Criticized education policy
Government teachers association highly criticized education policy. They said that the policy not supporting education sector to gain its targets.
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Attacks on schoolgirls and girls’ education are on the rise, according to a new report from the United Nations office of human rights.The report cited a handful of high-profile attacks in recent years. In Pakistan, in the deadliest attack of this kind in years, the Pakistani Taliban slaughtered over 140 people, including 132 students at Army Public School in December last year. Two years prior, then 15-year-old Malala Yousufzai was shot at close range in the head by a Taliban gunman, making her the face of the struggle to educate girls. She has since completely recovered and was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize at age 17.
FDE registers FIR against former DG to recover car
ISLAMABAD: Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) officials have registered a complaint with Margalla police against former director general (DG) FDE Dr Shahnaz Riaz to take back an official car still being used by the latter.
School security falls prey to departmental tussle
ISLAMABAD: Security arrangements at educational institutions have fallen prey to a bureaucratic tussle between Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) and Public Works Department (PWD), causing delays in execution of work.
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Matric annual exams 2015 to start on March 2
According to Rawalpindi Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (RBISE) spokesman, the board is finalising all the arrangements in this regard and the date sheet will be announced soon in accordance with the schedule issued by Punjab Board Committee of Chairman (PBCC). The students can check the Date Sheet 2015 of BISE Rawalpindi at the website when the board will announce.
Student ‘detained’ at Jamia Hafsa goes home
ISLAMABAD: The 26-year-old woman, who was allegedly detained in Jamia Hafsa, on Monday stated in a local court that she was ready to go home with her father.
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AIOU launches MSc in TV production
ISLAMABAD: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has launched two years face-to-face MSc program in TV production to meet the requirement of working journalists and to help further strengthening the professional skill of electronic media.
‘Education key to eliminate terrorism’
President Mamnoon Hussain has said that promotion of education is the best strategy to eliminate the menace of terrorism. He was talking to a delegation of Khpal Kor Foundation, Swat, which called on him here at the Aiwan-e-Sadr on Monday.
Action against unregistered medical colleges on the cards
The Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) has decided to take strict action against medical and dental colleges operating without accreditation with it. According to PMDC Registrar Dr Raja Amjad Mahmood, the Council is trying hard to improve its working environment, besides medical and dental education policies according to international standards.
FDE announces exams schedule
Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has announced the schedule of Class-V and middle standard (scholarship) examinations 2015 for the students of all educational institutions. According to the Spokesman of FDE Tahir Bhatti, the exams would start from February 23 and end on March 9. The exams of Class VIII would commence on February 23 with the first paper of general science and end on March 9 with paper of mathematics.
Training of CDA officials, students starts
A special 13th training course titled ‘team management’ has been started at CDA Training Academy, Pak-China Friendship Centre, and it will be continue till Feb 13. The CDA officers and students from Preston University, Quaid-e-Azam University, NICS and other institutions have joined this training course.
Parliamentary Studies launched in universities
Speaker National Assembly Sardar Ayaz Sadiq on Monday said that freedom does not mean insulting anyone and one does not have the right to force one’s way on others. “On the contrary, it is all about recognising one’s limits and respecting religious, social, political and cultural diversity. For these are the defining lines between a functional democracy and a disastrous anarchy,” he said while addressing the launching of Parliamentary Studies in leading national and private universities of the country here at the Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Studies (PIPS).
AIOU launches M.Sc programme in TV production
Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) has launched two years face-to-face M.Sc programme in TV production to meet the requirement of working journalists and to help further strengthening the professional skill of electronic media.
Extending retirement age at QAU
Quaid e Azam University has extended date of retirement for teachers up to 65 years. University sent summery to HEC and finance department.
Govt to fund acquisition of 100 acres for UoG sub-campus
GUJRAT: The Punjab government will provide funds for the acquisition of at least 100 acres for the Narowal sub-campus of the University of Gujrat (UoG) while the federal government has approved the first package of Rs2 billion for the university since its foundation in 2004. Half of the funds from the federal government will be spent on infrastructure development of the Narowal sub-campus and the other half on the main Hafiz Hayat campus.
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Higher education: 5,500 faculty posts vacant in public colleges in the Punjab
As many as 5,500 faculty positions in colleges across the province have been lying vacant as the Higher Education Department (HED) has not sent requisitions to the Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) to recruit teachers against the vacancies for three years. Requesting anonymity, an HED official said last week, Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had chaired a meeting in this regard and reprimanded HED officers for not sending requisitions to the PPSC for recruitments to vacancies.
School for Hindus okayed
Evacuee Trust Property Board (ETPB) Chairman Saddiqul Farooq has approved a school for the Hindus in Sindh. Pakistan Hindu Mandar Parbhandak Committee had demanded the said school, said spokesman for ETPB on Monday. He said that Chairman had directed Acting Secretary Khalid Ali to report in this regard within 15 days. Farooq requested all Hindu leaders to get Hindu ‘Panchaitees’ themselves registered with ETPB as first step.
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PU workshop on wildlife, aerobiology
Punjab University Department of Zoology organized a conference and training workshop entitled “Wildlife and Aerobiology”. PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran, Chairman Department of Zoology Dr Muhammad Akhter, Associate Professor Dr Zulfiqar Ali, scientists, research scholars and students were present on the occasion.
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MA, MSc exam schedule announced
The Punjab University has announced the schedule for MA/MSc Examination 2015, under which the last date of submission of admission forms and fee for MA/MSc Part-I for regular students (by hand) is March 16. According to the schedule, regular candidates will be allowed to submit their forms with double fee till March 20 (by post)and March 25 (by hand).
To take action against security ignorance for schools
Prosecution branch declared that ignorance regarding security if schools and factory will not be allowed at any cast.
International mathematics Conference
Punjab University, Department of Mathematics holding five days international workshop on “Relativistic Astrophysics.”
Malala Won Grammy Award
Malala won Grammy Award on her Audio book. It included futuristic essays related to education and children.
Restriction on teacher’s promotions taken back
Government has taken ban on promotions of thousands of teachers in the region. A number of teachers could not complete the process for their promotions cases. Their cases are pending.
Managing interviews for education become security risk
Government is holding interview for nearly 7700 educators at Government Pilot boys High Schools. It became problem to manage security of these candidates.
Jhang University Resolution
Jhang University Banao Movement said that Chief Minister Punjab has approved the University for Jhang District but he did not cleared announced about it to media.
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‘JI to resist action against seminaries’
Former Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Ameer Munawar Hasan has expressed his deep concern over “baseless” campaign initiated against religious seminaries as a part of the National Action Plan. He said the exercise had been started on the pressure of western powers.
Teachers lacking salaries
Teachers Action Committee said that education department did not paid salaries to teachers since one month. They said that they are also expelling teachers without any reason. They decided to take action this act by government.
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Early child education post
Education department Sindh has introduced a new academic post “Early Child Education.” It will be in all schools. They will serve nursery level classes.
Sexual Education at schools is cricizable
Tanzim e ustadzah said the sexual education at schools is inappropriate. They said that SMB Fatima Jinnah Girls Secondary schools is offering sexual education to female students of ninth and 10th grades.
Corruption in school inspection
Ghost’s teachers are getting full salaries without any decrement. While inspection teams charging high from teachers in their monitoring visits.
Boosting books by Anwar Abbas
The libraries there are bursting at the seams with books and periodicals even as their electronic media is more vibrant, volatile and violent that could potentially distract young minds from the thrill of reading. To understand and address this problem it is important to ask questions to know where we have gone wrong. The answers may embarrass us.
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Protest by Primary Teachers who are deprived of promotion
Primary Teachers who are deprived of promotion will announce to protest in front of Assembly on 23rd February, govt has appealed to take notice of the grievances of the primary teachers. All Teachers Association arranged protest yesterday in front of Peshawar Press Club.
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Education department administrative cadre deprived may be redressed
Education department secondary and primary administrative cadre officials have grievances from the provincial government. In this regard they arranged several times protest but all is vain.
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Private educational institutions will be closed they are bullied on the name of security
Private educational institutions will be closed they are bullied on the name of security. The provision of the Security is the responsibility of the government.
SS Teachers demand for time scale & Promotion
Teachers appointed on the basis of NTS are deprived from salaries for the last nine month in Bannu. In spite of the fact that these teachers are selected on the basis of NTS test & they are deprived from salaries.
Complete Story: Daily Subh, Peshawar Page no. 5
Assistant Agency Education Officer Jamrud raid on school
The Assistant Agency Education Officer Haji Shandi Gul Afridi raids on schools and checked out teachers attendance and found two schools closed. The AEO stopped salaries of the teachers.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain, Peshawar Page no. 8
Cases filed against private schools Principals
Cases are filed against private schools principals that not fulfill the security fool proof measurement in their institutions in Peshawar & surrounding area of the district Peshawar.
Complete Story: Daily Surkhab, Peshawar, Page no. 8
Swat can't go into development without education
In a school opening ceremony in Matta Gut shore Brg. Majid Jahangir said that educated society has the base of development and without education a country cannot progress. He said that education is an asset and we all have to struggle to common it than we can think of development peace and prosperity in the country.
Complete Story: Daily Awamunas, Peshawar, Page no. 3
Man arrested for threatening the principal for the students Scholarships
QUETTA: FIA has arrested the person who was threatening the Government School Principal that the children scholarships are disappeared from the accountability of school. The guilty person has changed their getup into FIA police inspector as they known about the realty of concern person then they have called the original FIA Police to arrest him. Government Jinnah School Principal has written an application to Director FIA Abdul Qadir Qayom after this situation. In the application he said a person whose name is Qaseem Agha and he is lawyer, but he was telling himself an Inspector FIA. The guilty person threatened to the principal that if you will not release the students scholarships then I will arrest you and will take strict action.
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Education improvement supporters become Anti-Education
QUETTA: Central Convener of Jamiat Tulba Islam Pakistan Abdul Wahid Kakar and Central Assistant Mumtaz ullah have claimed over the Education policy of Provincial Government. They said that those people who have supported the Education development in the past but now they are against the education development being an Anti-Education. They demanded that if the government wants to improve the Education sector then Government must ban over the political position of teachers, because being a political member a teacher will must follow the nationalism in the school and this is very harmful for the Education sector.
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Education Department along with students walked against cheating
Naushkee: Education Department along with students has walked against the homestretch of cheating. The walk against cheating has finished over Education office. They have hanged the banners in which they have written a cheating homestretch over banners. In this occasion many people have participated in the walk against cheating such as Education Officer Meer Abbas Khan Badeni, Jamil Ahmed Mengal, BNP Naushkee Meer Khursheed Jamaldeni, and Jamil Baloch from Baloch National Party.
Complete Story: http://www.express.com.pk/epaper/Index.aspx?Issue=NP_QTA
Punjab Government to install Bio-Metric System in Educational Institutions
Multan: As per instructions of CM Punjab, Bio-Metric system will be installed in all education institutions and Education Boards of the province of Punjab. The decisions was made because CM received a report that schools have many absentee teachers and also late comers. The biometric will be linked to EDO Education, Directorate of College Secretariat and the CM Secretariat.
Complete Story: http://dailypakistan.com.pk/E-Paper/multan/2015-02-10/page-8
Armed Man Opens Fire In School, Guard Injured, Students Harassed
Shah Saddar Deen: An armed man named Hafiz Javed entered Pakistan Public School/College, and opened fire when security guard tried to search his body. The security guard Mumtaz got injured and a panic was caused in school and the city. The parents ran to the spot to get their children. The principal said the invader was his former partner in the said school and had come to kill him. The alleged criminal said the guard had himself fired upon and injured himself.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf Multan Page no. 8
Education Department issues list of principals to be retired in 2015
Khanewal: The Punjab Education Department has issued the list of Principals to be retired in 2015.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain Multan Page no. 8
Attitude of DDOE Intolerable
Fatehpur: Residents of Karor Lal Easan have complained that Nassarullah Bhatti, Deputy District Officer Education Karor Lal Easan has a very insulting attitude towards noble citizens of the area and that EDO and DCO Layyah must take action against the said DDOE.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain Multan Page no. 10
Girls school lacks facilities and staff
Kotla Naseer Wang: The residents of the area have complained that Government Girls Primary School Basti Nazam Shah, Anwarabad lacks basic facilities and shortage of staff. There are only two teachers and the school does not have security guard and peon.
Complete Story: Daily Khabrain Multan Page no. 10
Educators candidates to be interviewed at comprehensive school today
Multan: The candidates of Multan District for the appointments as educators will be interviewed at Government Comprehensive School Bosan Road, Multan.
Complete Story: Daily Ausaf Multan Page no. 8
Education Department not regularizing 428 employees
Rahim Yar Khan: District President of Class Four Association, Shabir Rehmani has given an application to the EDO that the Education Department must regularize the jobs of 428 employees of the Education Department. EDO said regularization under process, the employees must refrain from resorting to protests.
Complete Story: Daily Express Rahim Yar Khan Page no. 2
Schools turned into ruins, material stolen
Head Rajgan: The buildings of Government Primary Schools of Chak No.17. 20, 112/DNB have turned into ruins and the material like windows, doors, bricks have been stolen by the people of surrounding areas. The school buildings were built many years ago but the teaching staff was never appointed.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur Multan Page no. 3
Parents demand security for B Category schools
Khairpur: The residents of Khairpur Saddat have said that it was very unjust on the part of the government to not provide security funds to the B category schools. They said that the Govt. Girls High School Khairpur Saddat was also included in B category.
Complete Story: Daily Naya Daur Multan Page no. 8
Zikria University receives threat letters, police conducts search operation
Multan: Bahauuddin Zikria University Multan received threat letters. The letters were sent to the Vice Chancellor and the Chairman of the Engineering Department. The security of the University was tightened and the police conducted a search operation in the surrounding areas of the University and several suspects were arrested.
Complete Story: Daily Sang-e-Meel Multan Page no. 1
Villagers protest against Ghost Teacher
District Thatto: The residents of village Ali Muhammad Jat protested against Ghost Teacher of their village. They told that Teacher does not attend school; he is engaged in his private business with WAPDA staff. Assistant Commissioner Jati Mr. Imam Bux Kaka visited the school and found the Teacher absent from his duty and he has sent report to higher authorities.
D.E.O Thurparker suspended 22 Teachers and other staff
During the visit of different schools including Village Dobahar, Tagosar, Mithrio Halepoto, Rojh and others, D.E.O Mr. Aijaz Babar found 33 staff absent from the schools including 22 Teachers. On contact Mr. Babar told that these Teachers were absent from the schools and they were getting their salary at their homes. He said Ghost Schools will be restored and actions would be taken against Ghost Teachers.
Ghost Teachers left Student Education ruined
District Nawabshah: Two Primary Schools of Union Council Gupchani are closed since years and students are worried about their future. The schools have been left closed due to Ghost Teachers. The Eighty Students of Primary School village Hussain Bux Zardari are deprived of getting basic Education due to absence of Teachers from the schools. The villagers told that they have informed higher authorities many times, but nothing has happened. They have demanded from responsible authorities to take action against ghost Teachers and restore school to save future of their innocent children.
Girls School closed since years
District Thatto: Government Girls Primary School village Bahadur Khan Khushik is closed since years due to damaged building. The local landlord of the village told that due to ruin of school building, Girls are worried about their future. He demanded from responsible authorities to take notice and restore school.
Rally for Education promotion
District Umerkot: The members of JSQM organized a rally for Education promotion in Kunri. They highlighted that people should take interest in Education to save Sindh because Educated Nations of the world are more advanced, so Sindhi people must be active and alive in this matter to save future of their children with Education.
650 NTS Pass Teachers protested for their salary
District Umerkot: The newly appointed NTS Pass teachers protested for their salary. On the occasion they told media that their salary is not issued for 8 months. They have demanded from higher authorities to take notice and issue them salary. During their protests Director Education Mr. Rasool Bux Shah ensure them that their salary would be issued in the month of March.
Teachers started Save Education Movement
District Khairpur Mirs: On the Privatization of Naaz High School and 12 others, Teachers have become active to start Save Education Movement in the district. GSTA and P.T Alif have settled hunger strike camps before Press Club against Government decisions. They have alleged that higher authorities and Secretary Education Mr. Fazal ul Allah Pechuho are involved in destruction of Education of this district; they are active to grab million of rupees budget of Education. They have demanded to take back their decision; otherwise they would expand their protests.
NTS Pass Teachers protest for salary
District Jacobabad: NTS Pass Teachers from Gharhi Khero protested for their salary. They declared that since one year they are not issued their salary. They have demanded from higher authorities to take notice and issue them salary.
Protest for construction of Girls School building
District Dadu: The residents of village Gul Muhammad Jiskani protested for construction of Girls School building in their village. They declared that Tender for its construction was approved tree years ago, but since then no work is started; they also stood against landlord of their village on his involvement to change the name of the school. They have demanded from responsible officers to take notice.
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Primary and Middle School on rent to private company
District Matiyari: Due to corruption of Education Department of Matiyari, Two Schools, Primary and Middle School Khando Staff have been given to Private Oil Company on the rent of 10000 monthly. Students are worried about their Education and Future, but Government is silent to take any action and notice against Education Department.
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School roof collapsed
District Khairpur Mirs: Roof of Higher Secondary School Kumb tumbled-down suddenly. The Teachers and Students of the School have protested and demanded for its construction.
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NTS Pass Teachers protested for salary
Dsitrict Badin: The NTS Pass Teachers from Talhar Protested for their salary. On the occasion they told that their salary is not issue for 8 months. They have demanded from concerned officers to take notice and issue them salary.
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Higher Secondary School construction work left incomplete
District Jacobabad: The construction work of Higher Secondary School village Budhani is left incomplete by the contractor. Villagers have declared that contractor is corrupt and wants to grab budget of the school; whereas Students of the school are studying under open sky in cold winter. They have demanded from higher authorities to take notice and start construction work to save future of the students.
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Primary School closed since years
District Shikarpur: primary School village Pathan Pithafi in Union Council Jonaas is closed since years. School building is standing idle and students are deprived of getting Primary Education. SMC funds are taken away and not utilized properly. Students are compelled to work in the fields and grow animals. They have demanded from Officers to take notice and restore school.
576 Schools and college buildings standing idle; Education ruined
District Thurparker: Education in district Thurparkr is ruined due to closure of 576 Schools including one college of different areas. Millions of rupees have been spent on the construction of the school buildings, but still they are non-functional since six years. Still these schools have not been issued their SNEs. The buildings of Post Graduate College, 10 High and 65 Middle School buildings have been in worst condition. District Government has issued that for issuing SNE of the Schools, no budget is issued.
School gate left one student dead another injured
District Ghotki: The main gate of Primary School village Gaheja Chachar collapsed on Two students; one dead and leaving another injured. Villagers cried that they had informed higher authorities about the condition of the gate, but they did not take any notice.
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Sindh Education introduced Early Child Education Posts in Schools
Karachi: Sindh Government with the assistance of Reform Support Unit, has introduced new teaching posts in the schools in the name of Early Child Education. The Teachers would be selected through NTS examination and they will serve for teaching lower class and in the Primary Schools.
15 Ghost Teachers suspended
District Badin: Secretary Education Mr. Fazal Ul Allah Pechuho has suspended 14 Female Teachers including a clerk. The Teachers were appointed 12 years ago and since then they were getting their salary without attending schools. He has also issued letter to Director Education Hyderabad and District Education Officer Badin to investigate the matter of 12 years corruption.
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900 Schools without Buildings
District Badin: A Local NGO has issued report that 900 School in the district out of 1600 are closed and non-functional. The floods of 2010-11 had ruined the schools and since then Government did not take any notice for their construction. About 550 School buildings have been damaged completely; Students are getting Education under open sky. SMC funds are issued, but not used properly and there is shortage of furniture in the schools. The people and social parties have demanded from higher authorities to take notice and restore these schools.