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  • Five tri-wheeler passengers killed in accident

    THATTA: Five passengers of a tri-wheeler were killed and four others injured when it was hit by an oncoming dumper truck near Bhanbore link road on the National Highway on Monday...

    Three of the passengers, Mina Bai, Ms Kavita and Khalida Baloch, died on the spot and two of the four victims, later identified as Mai Karima and Khan Mohammed (driver of the tri-wheeler), succumbed to their critical injuries while being rushed to Karachi...

  • Registration of private schools violating fee rule to be cancelled: Khuhro

    KARACHI: Private schools cannot increase fee by more than five per cent without taking prior permission from the private schools directorate and if any school is found violating this rule, its registration will be cancelled...

    A five-member monitoring committee, headed by private schools director-general, would start visiting private schools to ensure that no school issues challans with over 10pc fee increase without taking permission...

  • NAB begins probe into registration fee received by eight BISEs

    FAISALABAD: The National Accountability Bureau (NAB) has initiated a probe against eight boards of intermediate and secondary education (BISEs) in Punjab for receiving registration fee from matriculation and intermediate students multiple times...

    In her application, she said education boards were getting registration fee from the matriculation and intermediate students...

  • Hyderabad court orders registration of case against two negligent doctors

    HYDERABAD: The additional district and sessions judge-III of Hyderabad on Saturday ordered registration of an FIR against two doctors in the wake of the death of a woman at their private hospital on an application filed by her heirs...

    Applicant Nek Mohammad Khoso had filed an application under Sections 22-A and B of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) against Dr Saeeda Shaikh, Dr Abdul Malik Shaikh and administrator Mr Mumtaz, seeking...

  • SBP rationalises fee for refund

    KARACHI: The State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) has decided to rationalise processing fee for refund requests against the penalties imposed on account of violations recorded in the inspection reports...

    According a statement on Monday, the revised processing fee has been set as a lump sum amount of Rs500,000 for banks and DFIs, whereas a flat fee of Rs100,000 is set for microfinance banks (MFBs)...

  • Schools implement verdict on fee

    LAHORE: A good number of parents have heaved a sigh of relief as many private educational institutions have implemented the decision of the Lahore High Court (LHC), restraining them from collecting three-month summer vacation fees in advance by issuing three post-dated challans to their students...

    However, a large number of parents could not get benefit from the LHC decision as they had already paid the consolidated fees besides...
  • Court declares conservancy fee illegal

    PESHAWAR: The Peshawar High Court has declared the imposition of conservancy fee by Peshawar Cantonment Board since 2011 as illegal and directed the board to refund the amount to the petitioners including owners of different plazas...

    A PHC bench comprising Justice Yahya Afridi and Justice Irshad Qaiser allowed three writ petitions in respect of imposition of conservancy fee through a resolution passed by the board on May 18, 2011... ...

  • Additional fee from dual national students stayed

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Friday granted stay to various dual national students against collection of additional fee by public sector medical and dental colleges and sought a detailed reply from the provincial government...

    Farzand Ali, Husnain Alam and some 15 other students who got admission to different medical colleges on foreign quota seats filed petitions against the colleges for violating government’s order with regard...

  • Education ministry to fully comply with court’s order on school fee

    KARACHI: As the Sindh High Court (SHC) restrained private educational institutions from raising their fee by more than five per cent, the education ministry on Thursday ordered relevant authorities to ensure that the court orders were fully complied with, officials said...

    Shaikh, a two-judge bench of the SHC on Wednesday restrained the private schools from raising their fee by more than five per cent until final orders...

  • No exam fee be collected from govt school students: CM

    Therefore, no public school or educational board is allowed to collect examination fee from students...

    The chief minister issued these directives on Wednesday while taking notice of some media reports that the schools were trying to collect examination fee from students on the ground that the government had not issued directives against it...

  • SHC extends stay order on school fee increase till Dec 12

    KARACHI: The Sindh High Court on Wednesday extended till Dec 12 its interim stay order that restrained private schools from raising their fee by more than five per cent...

    Headed by Justice Munib Akhtar, a two-judge bench was hearing a constitutional petition jointly filed by parents of children studying in different private institutions against the school managements for increasing fee by more than five per cent in violation of the...

  • Annual fee charged by private schools declared illegal

    PESHAWAR: A Peshawar High Court bench on Wednesday declared illegal the promotion fee charged by private schools and colleges in the province...

    The development came as Justice Waqar Ahmad Seth and Justice Ijaz Anwar Khan announced a short order on the two petitions against private educational institutions over annual/promotion fee, frequent increase in tuition fee and charging of transport fee during summer vacation...

  • Parents feel the heat of summer fee wave

    SAHIWAL: Parents have complained that private schools are collecting tuition fee for summer vacation months -- June to August -- from them in violation the Punjab education secretary school’s order that fee be collected month to month...

    Ali, of Farid Town, said his two sons were enrolled in a private school of the locality and “it is hard for me and many of mine friends to deposit three-month fee in the first week of June”...

  • Govt told to enforce policy on schools’ summer vacation fee

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Thursday directed the Punjab government to strictly implement its policy on private schools against collection of consolidated fee from students for summer vacation...

    The court was hearing a petition of a woman, Sheeba Qaiser, who complained about violation of the government’s direction by the private schools regarding the consolidated fee...

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