Monthly Archives: November 2013
BAJAUR AGENCY (APP): The authorities has imposed ban on the entry of teachers of the government educational institutes in the premises of local administration and the education department’s offices in the agency during the duty hours in order to ensure 100 percent attendance of teaching staff in the schools.
The decision to imposed ban on the entry of teaching staff was taken in a meeting held here on Friday with political Agent Syed Abdul Jabar Shah in the chair. Agency education officer and
PESHAWAR (APP): The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government in order to promote higher and university education has planned eight gigantic projects focusing on construction of academic blocks, purchase of vehicles for transport and additional land for building infrastructure in the public sector universities to prepare youth for moderns days challenges.
Officials in Higher Education department told APP on Friday, that the Government has planned expansion in the University of Malakand and will purchase
PESHAWAR (APP): The annual matric examination of Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Peshawar (BISE) would commence from 12th March, 2014.
According to a press release issued by BISE Peshawar last date for submission of admission fee for regular students (male & female) was December 13 while for private students the last date was set at December 1st. Similarly, last date for submission of double admission fee was January 15, 2014 while the last date for triple admission fee
Teachers barred from visiting govt offices in Bajaur Agency Political administration and education department
KHAR, Local authorities have banned entry of teachers into the offices of the political administration and education department during duty hours to ensure their presence at schools.
A decision to this effect was taken at a meeting held here on Friday chaired by Bajaur Agency Political Agent Syed Abdul Jabar Shah. Agency education officer and other senior officials of the political administration were in attendance.
The participants discussed issues related to rehabilitation of damaged
TIMERGARA, The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Workers Welfare Board has terminated the services of 74 newly-recruited employees of the Focus Grammar School, Chakdara, following the sacking of provincial labour and commerce minister Bakht Baidar Khan.
The terminated employees include principal, vice-principal, 44 teachers, instructors, computer operators and clerks. The provincial secretary Workers Welfare Board has issued notification in this regard.
The sacked employees staged a protest
CHITRAL, People of Chitral have reiterated their demand to the provincial government to establish a separate board of intermediate and secondary education in this far off district of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to meet the needs of thousands of students.
Establishment of a separate BISE for Chitral has been a longstanding demand of the people of Chitral.
The demand has been raised at different platforms during the last one-and-half decade but it could not be materialised due to apathy of the
KARACHI: The International Commission on Workforce Development (ICWFD), Mir Khalil ur Rahman Foundation (MKRF) and the Institute of Business Administration (IBA) have signed a Collaborative Partnership Agreement for the cause of promoting skill-based education in Pakistan.
Under the agreement, the MKRF is the cause partner and will promote the initiative while IBA will provide certificates and diplomas of achievement relating to courses completed under the Eskills360 Programme, says a press
group of swindlers, including a woman, Swindlers selling fake Benazir Income Support programme (BISP) cards held
SHANGLA: The police on Friday claimed to have busted a group of swindlers, including a woman, who were involved in selling fake cards of the Benazir Income Support programme (BISP). Speaking at a press conference, Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP), Bisham Circle, Amjad Ali Khan, said acting on a tip-off, the cops barricaded a road and signaled a car to stop. The police apprehended Fahim, Faisal Khan, Niaz Muhammad and a woman belonging to Mansehra and recovered 90 fake BISP cards from their
UoP, university Sains to start joint degree programme
PESHAWAR (APP): University of Peshawar (UoP) and Universiti Sains Malaysia (University Science Malaysia, USM) have decided to start joint degree programs in departments that are the most strongest in their respective varsities.
This was decided in meeting of the visiting five member Malaysian delegation led by Vice Chancellor USM Prof. Dato Dr. Omar Osman with VC University of Peshawar Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rasul Jan here on
A PRIVATE organisation chairman, Dr Talat Sultan, has said educational backwardness is dangerous for Pakistan, adding that his organisation would extend every possible support to the NGOs fighting this backwardness. According to a press release, Dr Talat said this during his visit to an education trust on