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پنجاب کالج بھلوال کیمپس میں افطار ڈنر
بھلوال: پنجاب کالج بھلوال کیمپس کے زیراہتمام مقامی ہوٹل میں افطار ڈنر کا اہتمام کیا گیا، مہمان خصوصی رہنما جماعت اسلامی پنجاب فرید احمد پراچہ تھے پروگرام کے اختتام پر قرعہ اندازی کے ذریعے کالج سٹاف میں عمرہ کے ٹکٹ تقسیم کئے گئے ،
پروگرام میں صدرپرائیویٹ سکولز ایسوسی ایشن ضیاء اﷲ ملک ،سرپرست اعلی چوہدری میسراحمد گجر ،ضلعی امیر جماعت اسلامی عبدالمنعم اعوان ،مرزا قمر عباس سمیت دیگران نے شرکت کی اس موقع پر خطاب کرتے ہوئے فرید احمد پراچہ نے کہا کہ ہماری زندگیوں میں بے سکونی دین سے دوری کا نتیجہ ہے آج اگر ہم اپنی زندگیوں کو قرآن وسنت کی روشنی میں ڈھال لیں تو ہم تمام مشکلات سے نکل سکتے ہیں ،کالج پروفیسردلاورنصیر ،ایڈمن برانچ سے کاشف امیرکو عمرہ کے ٹکٹ عطاء کئے گئے ۔

حوالہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ دنیا بھلوال ایڈیشن میں مورخہ27 مئی2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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آئی ٹی آئی کا طلبا یونینز کی بحالی کیلئے عید کے بعد تحریک چلانیکا اعلان
اسلام آباد: انجمن طلبا اسلام پاکستان کے مرکزی رہنمائوںنے طلبا یونینز اورطلبا حقوق کی بحالی کیلئے عید کے بعد ملک گیر احتجاجی تحریک شروع کرنے کا اعلان کرتے ہوئے کہا ہے کہ تمام طلبا تنظیموں کو تحریک کیلئے اعتماد میں لیا جائے گا ، ان کا کہنا تھا کہ عصر حاضر کے جدید تقاضوں کے مطابق یکساں نصاب تعلیم رائج کرتے ہوئے ملک میں طبقاتی نظام تعلیم کو ختم کیا جائے ، دہشت گردی کے واقعات میں جانیں قربان کرنے والے پاک فوج کے شہدا ملک و قوم کے حقیقی ہیرو ہیں۔تبدیلی کے دعویدار حکمرانوںنے طلبا کے حقوق کی بحالی کیلئے کچھ نہیں کیا۔
 ان خیالات کا اظہار انجمن طلبا اسلام پاکستان کے مرکزی سیکر ٹری جنرل تنویر حسین اسدی ،مرکزی سیکر ٹری اطلاعات محمد حسنین مصطفائی،راجہ منصور اقبال ،محمد اکرم رضوی ،عامر اسماعیل ،سید حسنین نوری نے روزنامہ دنیا فورم میں گفتگو کرتے ہوئے کیا ۔ ان رہنمائوںنے کہا کہ عید الفطر کے بعد بحالی طلبا یونینز کیلئے ملک گیر سطح پر تحریک چلائی جائیگی۔ طلبا اپنا حق ملنے تک چین سے نہیں بیٹھیں گے ۔تعلیمی بجٹ افسوس ناک حدتک کم ہے اس میں اضافہ کیا جا نا چا ہئے ۔ طلبا برادری آئندہ نتخابات میں جمہوریت کے قاتلوں کو ووٹ نہیں دے گی ۔ایک سوال کے جواب میں ا نہوں نے کہا کہ طلبا یونینز کی بحالی کیلئے حکومتی کمیٹی کی کارکردگی افسوسناک ہے ۔

حوالہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ دنیااسلام آباد ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 27 مئی2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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صوبائی وزیر سکول ایجوکیشن کا ٹھوکر نیاز بیگ پناہ گاہ کا دورہ
صوبائی وزیر سکول ایجوکیشن ڈاکٹر مراد راس نے گزشتہ روزٹھوکر نیاز بیگ پناہ گاہ کا دورہ کیا
لاہور: صوبائی وزیر سکول ایجوکیشن ڈاکٹر مراد راس نے گزشتہ روزٹھوکر نیاز بیگ پناہ گاہ کا دورہ کیا اور وہاں مقیم لوگوں کے ہمراہ روزہ افطار کیا اس موقع پر صوبا ئی وزیر نے کہا کہ حکومت پنجاب کی جانب سے غریب اور مستحق لوگوں کے لئے صوبہ بھر میں پناہ گاہوں کا قیام بہترین اقدام ہے مراد راس نے مزید کہا کہ عوام کو بہت جلد پورے ملک میں بڑے پیمانے پر تبدیلیاں نظر آئیں گی ۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ دنیا لاہور ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 27 مئی2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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انٹر کاپیپر اچانک ملتوی ہونے پروالدین اورطلباء پریشان
لاہور : بورڈ آف انٹرمیڈیٹ اینڈ سیکنڈری ایجوکیشن لاہور کی انتظامیہ کی جانب سے فرسٹ ائیر کاانگریزی لازمی کا پہلے پرچہ لینے اور بعد ازاں پرچہ ملتوی کرنے کے متضاد اعلانات سے گزشتہ روز طلبہ،اساتذہ اور والدین شدید مشکلات اور ذہنی اذیت کا شکار رہے۔والدین اور اساتذہ کی اکثریت رات گئے تک پرچہ ملتوی یا منعقد ہونے سے متعلق تصدیق کرتے رہے۔ تاہم اس حوالے سے بورڈ انتظامیہ نے کہا ہے کہ طلبہ کے وسیع تر مفاد میں پر چہ ملتوی کرنے کے احکامات جاری کیے ہیں ۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ جنگ لاہور ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 27 مئی2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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پنجاب کے 43کالجوں میں بی ایس بلاک بنانے کافیصلہ
لاہور: پنجاب حکومت نےآئندہ مالی سال میں پنجاب کے 43کالجز میں 4 سالہ بی ایس پروگرام کے لیےبی ایس بلا کس بنانے کا فیصلہ کیا ہے۔ ایک کالج میں بی ایس بلا ک بنانے کے لیے 160 ملین کی رقم مختص کرنے کی تجویز دی گئی ہے ۔ محکمہ ہائیر ایجوکیشن پنجاب نے تمام ایسے کالجز جن میںبی ایس پروگرام آفر کیے گیے ہیں
 ان میں بی ایس بلاکس بنانے کا فیصلہ کیا ہے ۔ ایسے کالجز جن میںبی ایس پروگرام جاری ہے اور وہاںبی ایس کے لیے باقاعدہ بلاک نہیں ہیں ان میں بی ایس بلاک بنانے کی تجویز دی ہے جس کے لیے فی کالج 160 ملین کی رقم مختص کی جائے گی۔ بی ایس بلاک میں جدید طرز کی بلدنگ کی تعمیر کے ساتھ سائنس اور کمپیوٹرلیبز بھی تعمیر کیے جائیں گے۔ اس کے علاوہ بی ایس پروگرامز کے لیےلائبریری بھی قائم کی جائے گی۔ صوبائی دارلحکومت لاہور کے وحدت روڈ سائنس کالج میں بھی اس حوالےسے بی ایس بلاک تعمیر کیا جائے گا۔تاہم ان میں سے5 کالجز اب یونیورسٹیز کا درجہ حاصل کر چکے ہیں۔
حوالہ: یہ خبر  روز نامہ جنگ لاہور ایڈیشن میں مورخہ 27 مئی2019ء کو شائع ہوئی
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Students of private schools in a fix over KP board exam
PESHAWAR:27 May: The stubborn attitude of private schools to teach the subjects of 9th grade to the students of 8th class has resulted in wastage of two precious months of the students as the education department has decided to conduct 8th grade examination through the educational boards, according to sources.

“Since long, the private educational institutions have been skipping the course for the 8th grade and teaching the students the course of 9th grade aimed at getting maximum marks in the board examination,” they said.

Sources in elementary and secondary education department said that in such a way, the private educational institutions taught the two-year course for 9th and 10th grade in three years.

The decision to conduct the 8th grade examinations through the board of intermediate and secondary education was notified by the elementary and secondary education on February 18.

Besides other government departments, the notification was sent to all education boards and private schools regulatory authority for implementation of the decision.

    Two months of eight graders wasted as they were taught 9th grade course

Sources said that the education department notified its decision two months prior to the start of the academic year. As usual, sources said, the private educational institutions didn’t take the education department’s decision seriously.

However, the owners of the private schools were surprised when the education boards informed them on May 17 that the upcoming annual examinations for the 8th grade would be conducted by the education boards.

After teaching the subjects for 9th grade to the eight graders for two months, now the administration of the private educational institutions has asked the students to purchase textbooks of 8the grade in light of the decision of the education department.

“Since the start of the academic year in April, we have been studying books for 9th grade,” a student of a private school told Dawn. He said that they completed several chapters of English, Chemistry, Physics and other subjects during the last two months.

The student said that they were perturbed when the principal asked them to change their books. “The books I had purchased at Rs5,000 went waste as I have to buy books of 8th grade now,” he said. He added the decision wasted their time and money.

Private Educational Institution Management Association president Yawar Naseer told Dawn that the private schools owners would challenge the decision of conducting 8th grade examinations through education boards.

“It is strange that we have been informed by the education department at a time when the course has been taught to the students for two months,” he said.

Asked why the private schools started the course for 9th grade to the students of 8th grade, Mr Naseer said that the matriculation course was lengthy and couldn’t be completed in two years.

He said that they time and again requested the education department to shorten the course for the secondary school certificate examinations but in vain.

He said that around half of the academic year of the students enrolled in private schools would be wasted with the decision as during the first two months they taught course of the ninth grader while students would be off the schools for another three months in the upcoming summer vacations starting from June 1.

Arshed Khan, the secretary of elementary and secondary education department, said that skipping course being framed for the students of 8th grade was a crime. “It leaves a gap in the in the personality of students if  Dawn, May 27th,
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Education News in Punjab / Inter part-I English paper postponed BISE
« Last post by sb on May 27, 2019, 12:16:59 PM »
Inter part-I English paper postponed BISE
LAHORE:May 27: Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (BISE) Lahore has announced that the paper of English compulsory (Part-I), which was scheduled to be held on May 27, Monday (today), has been postponed.

The paper will be held on June 4 now. It is pertinent to mention here that the Punjab government has already announced public holiday in Lahore on Monday in the wake of visit of Vice President of People’s Republic of China. All schools, colleges and universities of the provincial metropolis will remain closed on Monday (today). A BISE spokesman said the paper was postponed after a ban on pillion riding was imposed by the Punjab government.
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Education News from Sindh / 1.8 million children out of school in K-P
« Last post by sb on May 27, 2019, 12:14:59 PM »
1.8 million children out of school in K-P
PESHAWAR:27 May: According to the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa Elementary and Secondary Education, 1.8 million children aged 5-17 are out of school in Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. Of these, 64% are girls while 36% are boys.

This was said in a sensitisation session organized by Blue Veins here at Peshawar.

According to the Pakistan Education Statistics’ Report 2016-17, there are around 51.53 million children in Pakistan between five-years-of-age and 16-years-of-age, adding that 44 per cent children are still out of schools, Blue Veins Coordinator Qamar Naseem.

He further added that the report said that the newly merged tribal districts 57 per cent of children population are not in school while 34% of children in K-P were out of school.

The report also found that there are 5.06 million children of primary school going age who are currently out of school. In the middle, high and higher secondary level, the number of out of school children are 6.51 million, 4.97 million and 6.29 million respectively.

He added that their greatest disparity was seen in ex-Fata districts where 73 per cent girls, compared to just 43 per cent of all boys followed by Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa where 49 per cent girls, compared to 21 per cent of boys.

According to the Education Management Information System (EMIS) report by Directorate of Education in (FATA) in 2018, Overall 73 per cent students including 69 per cent boys and 79 per cent girls, quit schools after primary education. It also tells that there is a 50 per cent drop out of girls at a middle and high level.

The report said that over 12 million girls out of school. According to the annual statistics report 2017-2018, there are total 5,538 secondary schools out of which 39 per cent are for girls.

The report said that missing facilities in girls’ schools require immediate attention. The most urgent need for girls’ schools is boundary walls for security purposes and toilet and drinking water facility for hygiene purposes. The girls reaching their puberty tend to drop out of schools with non-functional toilets and lack of running water. Around 37 per cent of schools does not have basic sanitation or toilet facilities.The Express Tribune, May 27th,
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Surplus’ principals to be sent to rural schools of capital
ISLAMABAD:27 May: In a bid to improve the education standards in the rural areas of the federal capital, Some 94 posts for principals and vice-principals in Federal Government (FG) schools are expected to be transferred to schools in these areas.

It has been disclosed that there are some 69 surplus posts in the secondary and higher secondary schools in the rural areas of the federal capital.

Documents available with The Express Tribune suggest that the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) had conducted a survey which revealed that there were some 65 institutions which were apparently operating with more than one head.

Moreover, there are at least four primary and middle schools where there are four principals in basic pay scale grade (BPS) 19 and four vice principals in BPS-18 against the rules.

According to the rules, a BPS-18 principal should be deployed in each primary school.

Moreover, there are two girls higher secondary schools where two principals in BPS-19 and four vice principals in BPS-18 were deployed. The rules, however, stipulate that only a single principal of BPS-19 and a vice principal in BPS-18 will be deployed in each educational institution.

Further, there are some 40 boys higher secondary and secondary schools where around 125 posts were occupied by officials in BPS-18 to BPS-20. The requirement, however, was for only 56 such posts.

The rules state that for a higher secondary school, a principal in either BPS-19 or BPS-20 and a vice principal of BPS-18 should be deployed.

However, sources in the education sector of the federal capital disclose that their survey found around 177 principals were serving in 65 schools as opposed to the requirement of only 83 principals.

Instead of firing the surplus principals, he said that the government has decided to use these principals where their expertise is needed most, in the rural areas of the federal capital where there is a shortage of principals. Approval for this move is expected to be given by the education secretary who would later send a letter to the finance ministry for a follow-up.

Sources say that there are numerous schools in the rural areas where teachers in BPS-16 and BPS-17 have been given administrative responsibilities because no sanctioned posts were approved for them and the schools lack principals.

Further, sources disclosed that a proposal, with the rules attached, has been sent to the education secretary to inform him about the violation of rules and regulations in these schools.

Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) Director Schools Saqib Shahab, said in line with the vision of Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood to transform Islamabad’s educational system into a role model, only a single principal will be deployed in every institution.

He further said that the deployment of school heads in the rural areas will not only improve the performance of these schools apart from improving the standard of education there but will also reduce the percentage of school drop-outs.

Shahab hoped that after the measure is taken, the standard of FG schools in the rural areas of the capital will come at par with the model schools.

In the next phase, Shahab said that they will start rationalising teachers appointed in each school with the surplus teachers to be transferred to schools where there is a dearth of teachers.

Incorrect data

The Punjab education ministry has expressed its extreme displeasure after it was discovered that the online data of 1,069 school teachers was incorrect and has yet to be fixed.

Punjab Schools Monitoring Director Rana Abdul Qayyum has issued a circular to educational heads in the 36 districts if the province in which he has directed to complete the procedure by May 27.

He also warned of action against the responsible officers if his instructions are not followed.

Allowance cut termed illegal

A high court has stated the education ministry’s decision to cut the convenience allowance from teachers’ salaries for the three-month summer vacations as illegal.

The court noted that the summer vacations could not be considered as leaves of teachers, instead, they were deemed as holidays. The court said that all teachers would be considered as present during the period, therefore, they were liable to be paid to salaries and other allowances for this period.The Express Tribune, May 27th, 2019.
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Sindh Education and Literary Dept Employees fear delay in salaries
KARACHI:27 May: Sindh Education and Literary Department employees continued to face inconvenience as the department’s IT system couldn’t be restored since it became non-functional about 15 days ago.

The employees fear that their salaries might not be issued on time, as the biometric system at the department has stopped working since the system went down. It has been reported that a number of employees’ biometric details couldn’t be verified and they had to return back disappointed.

The failure of biometric system has led to difficulties in the way of issuing orders for salaries pensions and transfers. Additionally, the department’s website has also been down since the IT system’s failure and all data from the department’s database has been erased. According to Sindh Education and Literary Department sources, data of all the employees has been erased since the department’s former IT officer Shahid Abro left. It is suspected that Abro erased the data before leaving.

Billions squandered in Sindh education MIS scheme

To probe  into the matter further, a four-member investigation team has been formed on the directives of School Education Secretary Qazi Parvez Shahid. Led by the Reform Support Unit Head Asif Ikram, the team includes Monitoring and Evolution Director General Shahmir Bhutto and IT Assistant Professor Saein Daud Tunio.

The team has been tasked to investigate the reason behind the IT system’s failure and suggest ways to restore the system. It has also been asked to probe whether the intent of the person responsible for the system’s failure was criminal.

The team has to submit a report, identifying the person responsible for the system’s failure, within five days.

Meanwhile, a team of experts from a private IT company also checked the department’s IT system and concluded that the system has become completely non-functional.Published in The Express Tribune, May 27th, 2019.
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