Sindh Government spokesperson Murtaza Wahab urges government to defer the opening of the schools amid the uncertainties relating to COVID-19 situation
Sardar Shah disclosed that members of the assembly meddle in the appointments and transfers of teachers.
According to a summery forwarded to the Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, the education department has recommended to promote some 611 computer and data entry operators to grade-16.
KARACHI: Supreme Court of Pakistan is to take up the matter of reopening of Aisha Bawany Government College on September 23, as the government officials earlier vowed to open the college while terming loss of education intolerable. The top court will conduct hearing on the issue on September 23 after the trust officials refused to open the premises despite a court order. On Tuesday (yesterday), a large number of students reached the college premises to attend the classes when they were denied entry into the…
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Thursday directed the Education department to investigate illegal appointments of teachers on district level and submit a report to him. “I would not allow any illegal entry in the teaching cadre. I need best teachers appointed through NTS,” he said issuing the directives while presiding over a meeting of the Education department to review progress of different projects. The chief minister said that there is ban on recruitment of teachers from 2008, but the…
RIYADH: An attacker opened fire at local education department offices in southern Saudi Arabia on Thursday, killing six employees in what authorities are treating as a criminal attack, a senior Saudi official said.
QAMBAR-SHAHDADKOT: The mess in Sindh's education department has been unveiled with the disclosure of a list of ghost teachers in Qambar-Shahdadkot district working with fake service books, ARY News reported on Wednesday.