The meeting was chaired by Federal Minister for Finance and Revenue, Dr. Abdul Hafeez Shaikh.
Outstation students face the predicament of failing to reach university in time as they had left for their hometowns after instructions rolled out by Sindh
HYDERABAD: As cases of positive Covid-19 report in abundance on Friday in Liaquat University of Medical & Health Sciences (LUMHS), the authority has decided to shut down its campus until December, ARY News reported. According to the details shared with media, the medical university LUMHS in Jamshoro had commissioned Covid-19 tests of over 200 of its employees, out of which about 17 tested positive. It may be noted that Covid-19 cases are witnessing an upward trajectory in the Sindh province as daily tally on Friday…
Education minister said such programs are strictly not allowed in public school premises and that anyone found involved will face the legal consequences.
Briefing the huddle over importance of Single National Curriculum, Shafqat Mehmood said the purpose is to invoke reasoning and creativity in the pupils.
There is a slight increase in numbers but nothing alarming, said Murad Raas on COVID-19 situation in schools.
Sindh Government spokesperson Murtaza Wahab urges government to defer the opening of the schools amid the uncertainties relating to COVID-19 situation
Lauding the role of tele-schooling in promoting education, Prime Minister Imran Khan on Tuesday directed the concerned authorities to bring education within the ambit of universal service fund (USF).
Chairman Board of Matriculation, Saeed Ud Deen on Tuesday has asked the government to allow admissions for intermediate students on an urgent basis
participants of the meeting also agreed on a 13 point agenda presented by the board.