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  • Fata lecturers threaten duty boycott over non-regularisation

    PESHAWAR: Ad hoc lecturers from Fata have expressed grave concern over the delay in regularisation of their services and warned to boycott duty till acceptance of their demand...

    The lecturers, serving in various colleges of Fata, have set up a protest camp outside Peshawar Press Club and displayed banners and placards inscribed with demands regarding regularisation of their service...

  • Lecturers vow not to allow sell-off of govt colleges

    KOHAT: The college lecturers took out rallies in Kohat, Timergara and Lakki Marwat against the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s plan to privatise the government colleges and put them under the board of governors...

    Speaking on the occasion, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Professors and Lecturers Association, Kohat chapter, president Abdul Jalil and secretary general Sajjad Khan warned that if the decision was not withdrawn they would protest...

  • 1,000 CTI lecturers rendered redundant

    SIALKOT: At least 1,000 male and female CTI lecturers have been made redundant after the completion of their eight-month contract in different government colleges in the region...

    Gujranwala division’s director (colleges) Ghulam Sarwar Sipra said the Higher Education Commission (HEC) had recruited CTI lecturers on a contract basis on Oct 1, 2014, with a Rs30,000 per month stipend...

  • Professors, lecturers hold protest

    QUETTA: A large number of professors and lecturers of government colleges held a demonstration outside the Balochistan Assembly building here on Tuesday in protest against the government’s decision to suspend some of their colleagues...

    The demonstration was organised by the Balochistan Professors and Lecturers Association (BPLA)...

  • Fata lecturers want their services regularised

    PESHAWAR: The ad hoc lecturers of various colleges of Federally Administered Tribal Areas have announced to boycott classes and set up a protest camp outside Peshawar Press Club for indefinite period to protest delay in regularisation of their services...

    The Fata lecturers were holding banners and placards inscribed with demands for regularisation of jobs...

  • 2,200 lecturers regularised

    LAHORE: The chief minister has approved a summary regarding regularisation of the services of 2,200 lecturers employed on contract three years ago...

    The department had moved a summary to the chief minister to regularise the services of some 1,200 female and 1,000 male lecturers hired in 2012, said the official...

  • Parents turn to private schools as Chakwal district’s schools crumble

    While the Punjab government continues to construct new schools in the province, 33 schools have been abandoned in the Chakwal district, including the boys’ primary school in Thoha Humayun...

    Villagers and officials have given different reasons for the closure of these schools, but it is apparent that parents are fast losing their trust in public sector schools, and many prefer to send their children to private schools instead... ...

  • Lop-sided teacher-student ratio mars Islamabad schools’ image

    ISLAMABAD: Once a model both in name and in reputation, the government-run schools of the federal capital are now known more as being worse-managed...

    Perhaps, the fall in grace is because some schools have one teacher to a class crammed with over 50 students while in others it could be just five students in a class...

  • How Islamabad's private schools acquired land at 'throwaway prices'

    ISLAMABAD: As people are protesting inordinate increments in the fees of private educational institutions, startling revelations have come to light about how the government allotted these institutions precious land at throwaway prices...

    The document available with DawnNews shows as many as 11 plots allotted during 1981-1996 to different private montessoris, schools and colleges, while 32 plots were allotted by the Musharraf-led...

  • CADD ignoring private schools in Islamabad

    ISLAMABAD: The private school education, which can play an important role in enhancing the literacy rate, has been neglected in Islamabad by the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD)...

    The authority is responsible for monitoring hundreds of private schools in which over 200,000 students are enrolled...

  • Renovated Islamabad schools still lack classrooms

    ISLAMABAD: Ayesha Imran, a 12-year-old student in the seventh grade, is one of over 200 students victim of negligence on the part of the public school system...

    ”Ms Imran is a student at the Islamabad Model School for Girls (IMCG I to VIII) Kot Hatyal, Bhara Kahu, where over 200 students are studying without classrooms...

  • Zimbabwe trade union marches to demand jobs

    HARARE: Around 200 hundred people from Zimbabwe’s main trade union on Saturday marched to government offices in Harare to demand that President Robert Mugabe fix the ailing economy and fulfil an election promise to create over 2 million jobs...

    Addressing the workers, ZCTU leader George Nkiwane said Mugabe’s ZANU-PF government must fulfil its election promise to create over 2m jobs because “we haven’t seen any single job that has been...

  • Forget merit, PML-N lawmakers to ‘oblige’ voters with jobs

    GUJRAT: PML-N lawmakers from Gujrat are being given a special quota in the hundreds of Grade 4 jobs in different departments of the district government allegedly at the behest of the provincial government...

    Official sources told Dawn that around 2,000 jobs Grade 1 to 4, which had already been advertised by health, education, agriculture and livestock departments, Tehsil Municipal Administration and the district council, would be...

  • China steel capacity reduction to cut 0.4m jobs

    MANILA: China’s plan to cut its steel production capacity by 100-150 million tonnes will lead to the loss of up to 400,000 jobs, the official Xin­hua news agency reported...

    China will raise funds to help workers should they lose their jobs when coal and steel firms close amid campaigns to cut overcapacity, according to Xinhua...

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