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Peshawar bishop seeks Edwardes College control by Dec 25
PESHAWAR:19 november: The Board of Governors of the Edwardes College met here on Monday to examine the affairs of the prestigious educational institution as the bishop of Peshawar Church Diocese warned the governor against interfering in its matters.

The board members representing the Christian community boycotted the meeting declaring it illegal.

In a related development, Bishop Humphrey Sarfaraz Peter told a presser that the government was directly intervening in the college’s affairs.

He warned that if the relevant departments didn’t hand over the college’s control to Christians before Dec 25, the Christian community would launch a protest campaign for the purpose.

The BoG met in light of the decision of the Peshawar High Court to discuss ways to steer the college out of crisis.

The meeting was chaired by Governor Shah Farman, said a statement issued here. The governor said the government would protect the interests of parents and students and the glory of the Edwardes College.
Warn governor against interfering in its affairs
The meeting decided to form a three-member committee to be headed by the pro-vice chancellor of the Peshawar University to look into progress on 10 years development plan of Edwardes College and submit its report within 10 days in the next meeting.

The board also decided to constitute another committee consisting of higher education, law, establishment and finance departments to review the rules and regulations, administrative and legal structure and act of the Edwardes College.

It decided to follow the decision of the Peshawar High Court and its spirit for making rules, steps and amendments to the act if required.

The governor also directed the officials concerned to study all documents thoroughly before putting in the BoG meeting for approval.

On the other side, Bishop Humphrey Sarfaraz Peter claimed that the board of Edwardes College had been constituted by following the constitution of the country and in light of higher court judgment of 2016.

He said the high court had given its verdict in favour of Christians and it was also endorsed by the Supreme Court in 2019 saying the government had no right to oppose it.

Mr Peter said the KP governor had re-constituted the board, which was tantamount to interfering in the college’s affairs.

He said the Edwardes College was still in the government’s control, which was against the preamble and articles 20 and 36 of the Constitution.

The Christian leader said the Constitution granted the protection of Christian community in the country, so the government should ensure its implementation.

He asked the government and governor to give the Christian community the legitimate right to keep intact the good image of Pakistan globally.

Mr Peter warned that if the government failed to do its duties, then the Christian community will launch an anti-government movement by setting up protest and hunger camps across the country. He said the government and Governor’s House were openly violating the Constitution of the country and were pushing the country into Financial Action Task Force by their errors and immature steps.

The Christian leader said the government had tried to make scapegoat the college principal and his family members to hide blunders and intended to go against the superior courts verdict.

He alleged that a campaign had been launched against him and opened a front against the Diocese Church.

He added that the baseless allegations were leveled against the family of the college principal and severe warnings, which had forced him (principal) and rest of family members to leave the country.

He alleged the Church had approached the court after increasing influence and intervention of provincial government and the governor into affairs of the college.

The Christian leader said the prime minister, president, governor and chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa had already been informed about the current situation through proper channel.Published in Dawn, November 19th, 2019.
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Engineering Festival concludes at Ishaq Institute of Engineering
SWABI:19 November: Speakers on Monday asked the government to establish a national institution for identifying genius students and providing them required world-class facilities to complete in higher education in the comity of nations.

They were addressing the concluding ceremony of three days Engineering Festival at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology. Academicians and students of various universities from across the country attended the event organized by the American Society for Mechanical Engineering (ASME), GIK Institute chapter.

Prof Pervez Hoodbhoy, a prominent nuclear physicist, said there was no dearth of talent in our country. He said identifying marvellous students in diverse fields could steer the country out of the crisis in future. Pakistan, he added, would be able to achieve durable economic prosperity and political stability.

Jibran Nasir, a well-known Karachi-based rights activist, said the role of the academicians and students was extremely vital to contribute and play due role in making Pakistan great.

Rehman Allahwala, a famous entrepreneur, said the students could excel in diverse fields, especially in the industry if they use skills and capabilities and work with complete determination.

Earlier unveiling the details about the event, Hamza Farooq, ASME president, said the participants presented views and exchanged ideas. They while learnt where the present technological world was moving and what were the requirements of the industry in the present period.

In addition, the All Pakistan e-Gaming Competition was also held. It was organized by the GIK Institute Netronix Society. Faraz Hyder, president of the society, said that the 150 students of various universities and institutions participated in the competition which was divided into different parts.

The modern laboratories of the institute were used by the competitors in the three days contest. He said the contest was divided into different categories and those whose performance was outstanding were awarded. The role of the GIK Institute in successfully holding different events was lauded by the participants. They appreciated the important role played by the institute in the development of engineering sciences and producing the world-class students serving abroad.The news.
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Education News from Sindh / Students pledge not to take dowry
« Last post by sb on November 19, 2019, 12:02:58 PM »
Students pledge not to take dowry
Islamabad:19 november:At the end of an anti-dowry campaign at SZABIST University campus, university students pledged not to take dowry in any form at the time of their wedding.
The campaign was designed and organized by the Social Sciences department which included awareness walk at various locations in Islamabad, display of the cartons of dowry goods, crossed with red tape, at different locations in the university, signature campaign, awareness interactions with the fellow students and a concluding event.
Under domain name ‘Team Ehsaas’ and twitter campaign #Jahaizkhori Bandkaro, the students also prepared a small video showing mental and physical violence suffered by girls due to dowry issue. At the end of the video, the in-laws killed girl for not bringing any wealth to the family.
Speaking at the concluding ceremony, students shared the statistics according to which 2000 girls are killed over dowry issue in the country every year. They said that dowry is mainly a social mindset that is endorsed by everyone, be it rich or poor.
Even if the girl and boy resist any such arrangement, the parents on both sides follow the tradition under the family pressure,” expressed Nadia Zeeshan, a student who was part of the team that organized the campaign.
Speakers termed it unfortunate that wedding events are getting more and more expensive with time which they said is another form of dowry. They said that no one agrees to dowry but everyone is ready to take dowry. “Unless this mindset is addressed, nothing much can be changed,” said one speaker.
At the end, senior faculty Dr. Rashida Qureshi appreciated the pledge taken by the university students. She said that Islam has encouraged staying simple in weddings. “Such traditions are not practical either socially or economically and have no place in any religion.” She hoped that the new generation would take a stand and change these traditions that burden the families.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / UK delegation visits Rawalpindi Medical University
« Last post by sb on November 19, 2019, 12:01:20 PM »
UK delegation visits Rawalpindi Medical University
Rawalpindi:19 November:A delegation of the Royal College of Pediatrics and Child Health visited Rawalpindi Medical College and inspected the examination center at Rawalpindi Medical University (RMU), says a press release.

The RMU Vice-Chancellor Prof. Dr. Muhammad Umar and Dean of the RMU Dr. Rai Asghar welcomed the delegation. The delegation appreciated the arrangements for the examinations. The visitors congratulated the RMU Vice Chancellor and all the team for their achievements. Prof. Dr. Muhammad Umar and Prof. Rai Asghar gave a briefing to the delegation. This will be facilitating the testing center. He requested the visiting health professionals to make Rawalpindi Medical University a test center for the 2020 exam. The visiting delegation acknowledged the efforts of Dr. Rai Asghar, dean, Dean of RMU, Dr. Javed Egble UK, and Dr Masood (UK), saying that Pakistan will be the place of examination in 2020.The news.
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Education News in Punjab / Workshop on dairy farming commenced at Agriculture University
« Last post by sb on November 19, 2019, 12:00:20 PM »
Workshop on dairy farming commenced at Agriculture University
Rawalpindi:19 november:Speakers said that the livestock sector plays a key role in national economy and emphasised on the importance of dairy farming.
They stated these views at the inaugural session of two-day (November 18-19) 2nd National Training workshop on Profitable Dairy Farming at Pir Mehr Ali Shah Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi (PMAS-AAUR). The workshop was organised by the department of Livestock Production and Management in collaboration with the National Rural Support Programme (NRSP), with an aim to enhance participants’ practical knowledge/skills about modern techniques of dairy farm management with special emphasis on breeding, health and feed quality management.

More than 30 commercial farmers, farm managers, faculty, postgraduate students and especially women who are mainly involved in management operation of dairy animals in rural life are participating in the workshop. PMAS-AAUR Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Qamar Zaman, while addressing the participants, said that the livestock sector plays a key role in national economy and emphasized on the importance of dairy farming. He said that the mostly farmers are dependent on livestock and it is still the main source of their livelihood. He encouraged the participants to actively take part in the current opportunity. He emphasized that the farmers can bring real change in the economy of Pakistan. He said that such types of workshops are necessary for knowledge sharing and skills development of dairy professionals.

The Vice Chancellor also encouraged the team of event organisers for their well-managed timely efforts. Dean Faculty of Veterinary & Animal Sciences Dr. Arfan Yousaf chaired the workshop and emphasized the importance of the dairy farming and this workshop to build the capacities of dairy farmers to manage large commercial farms. NRSP Regional Programme Manager Dr. Muhammad Tariq told the audience about NRSP program and its commitment about training of the farmers.The news.
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گورنمنٹ کالج آف ٹیکنالوجی رسول منڈی بہاؤالدین طلبا تنظیموں میں تصادم چار زخمی
منڈی بہاؤالدین(لیاقت نقوی)  کالج کے دو گروپوں میں تصادم اور فائرنگ سے  4 طلبا زخمی ہوگئے۔
منڈی بہاؤالدین کے گورنمنٹ کالج آف ٹیکنالوجی رسول میں طلباء کے دوگروپوں میں تصادم اور فائرنگ کے نتیجہ میں 4 طلباء زخمی ہوگئے۔ دو شدید زخمی طلبا میاں ارحم اور سرخیل کو اسپتال منتقل کردیا، تھرڈ ائیر کے طالب علم ارحم کو تشویشناک حالت میں لاہور ریفر کر دیا گیا۔طلبا گروپس کے درمیان فائرنگ کا واقعہ رسول کاج کے اندر پیش آیا۔ طلبا گروپ نے فائرنگ کے واقعے کے خلاف کل احتجاج کی کال دےدی۔
یہ خبر ٹی وی 24 نیوز کی ویب سائٹ پر مورخہ 15 نومبر 2019 کی شام ہوئی
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آٹھویں جماعت کے امتحان کیلئے داخلہ فارم جمع کرانے کی آخری تاریخ
(جنید ریاض): پنجاب ایگزمینشن کمیشن نے آٹھویں جماعت کے امتحان کے لیے ایس او پیز جاری کردیئے۔
تفصیلات کے مطابق تمام ڈسٹرکٹ کی سطح پرامتحانی کمیٹی تشکیل دے دی گئی، امتحانی کمیٹی کی سربراہی ڈسٹرکٹ ایجوکیشن اتھارٹی کا چیف ایگزیکٹو آفیسر کرے گا،
جبکہ ڈی ایم اوکمیٹی کا ممبر ہوگا، ڈی ای او سیکنڈری امتحانی کمیٹی کے ڈپٹی ڈائریکٹر ہوں گے، جبکہ ڈی ای او ایلیمنٹری فوکل پرسن کے فرائض سرانجام دیں گے۔
سکول ایجوکیشن ڈیپارٹمنٹ پنجاب کے پبلک سکول کلسٹر سنٹر ہونگے، کلسٹر سنٹرز میں داخلہ فارم جمع کرائے جاسکیں گے،
پیک کے تحت آٹھویں جماعت کا امتحان دینے کیلئے داخلہ فارم جمع کرانے کی آخری تاریخ 31 دسمبر مقرر کی گئی ہے
یہ خبر ٹی وی 24 نیوز کی ویب سائٹ پر مورخہ 16 نومبر 2019 کی شام ہوئی
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FDE / Re: FDE warned strict action for not using biometric machines for attendance
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محکمہ ثانوی تعلیم میں سینئر اور جونیئر کا کوئی مسئلہ نہیں،طیب لہڑی
کوئٹہ: سیکرٹری ثانوی تعلیم محمد طیب لہڑی نے کہا ہے کہ محکمہ ثانوی تعلیم میں سینئر جونیئر کا کوئی مسئلہ نہیں ۔ 40 سے زائد افسران کو صوبے کے مختلف اضلاع میں فرائض سونپ دئیے گئے ہیں۔ محکمے میں کوئی بھی افسر تعیناتی کا منتظر یا او ایس ڈی نہیں ہے۔ تمام سینیر افسران کو محکمانہ ضوابط کیمطابق تعیناتیاں تفویض کردی گئی ہیں۔ اس کے علاوہ افسران سے اضافی چارج بھی واپس لے کر متعلقہ افسران کو تفویض کردی گئی ہیں۔ محکمہ ثانوی تعلیم میں سینئر جونیئر کیڈر کے مسئلے کو حل کرنے کیلئے افسران کو فرائض سونپ دیئے گئے ہیں۔ ایک بیان میں انہوں نے کہا کہ محکمہ ثانوی تعلیم میں ترقی و پروموشن کے حوالے سے واضح سروس رولز نہ ہونے کی وجہ سے بعض صورتوں میں اضافی یا لک آفٹر چارج دئیے گئے تھے تاکہ سرکاری کام میں کوئی خلل نہ رہے۔ اس کے علاوہ محکمے میں جاری بھرتیوں کے عمل کی خوش اسلوبی سے انجام دہی کیلئے افسران کی تعیناتیاں ضروری تھیں۔ اس خلاء کو پر کرلیا گیا ہے۔ حالیہ تعیناتیاں میرٹ کی بنیاد پر عمل میں لائی گئی ہیں۔ محمد طیب نے کہا کہ محکمہ ثانوی تعلیم کو انتظامی حوالوں سے درست سمت کی جانب گامزن کرلیاگیا ہے۔ صوبے کے تمام اضلاع میں افسران کی تعیناتیوں سے تعلیم کی ترقی اور صوبے میں شرح خواندگی میں اضافے میں کافی مدد ملے گی۔
حو الہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ جنگ کوئٹہ ایڈیشن مورخہ 14 نومبر 2019ء کو شائع
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