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  • KP tree ‘tsunami’ nursery workers remain unpaid for six months

    But she goes back home empty-handed like the rest of the 80 to 90 daily wage earners who work at the government-owned nursery in Basti Sherkhan in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s (KP) Haripur district...

    KP information minister says that all wages would be cleared before Eid“We have spoken to our officers, written to them, but no one pays any heed to us,” said Asif Hussain Shah, the nursery supervisor at Basti Sherkhan...

  • Student assaults Hyderabad teacher after being reprimanded for disturbing class

    Hyderabad police on Wednesday lodged a case against a student enrolled at a private English language tuition centre after he assaulted a teacher with the help of his associates during a class session in which minor children were also present...

    As students in the class get up to intervene, at least four minor children seated in the front row are pushed around violently and their chairs are overturned...

  • Is syllabus a Kashmir issue?

    I HAVE recently read that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has introduced its own syllabus...

    Then I read that ‘constitutional development’ has been added to the Punjab syllabus...

  • Matric syllabus changed two months into academic session

    ISLAMABAD: Two months after the commencement of the academic session, the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) has issued a revised syllabus for three subjects...

    According to the FBISE notification issued on June 1, the subjects of Pakistan Studies, Islamiyat and Ethics will be taught for two years in Class 9 and 10...

  • CII to discuss inclusion of Quran in syllabus

    ISLAMABAD: The Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) on Tuesday constituted a sub-committee which will look into the government’s proposal to include teachings of Quran in schools syllabus...

    The ministry had proposed to teach these books in schools up to class tenth...

  • Five seminary boards to adopt FBISE syllabus

    ISLAMABAD: The Ittehad-i-Tanzeemat-i-Madaris, an umbrella organisation of five seminary boards, on Wednesday agreed to adopt the syllabus of the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) for matriculation and intermediate...

    The joint education adviser from the education ministry, Rafiq Tahir, confirmed that all five religious boards agreed to adopt the FBISE syllabus for matriculation and intermediate...

  • School syllabus should have content on interfaith harmony: NCHR

    ISLAMABAD: The National Commission for Human Rights (NCHR) in a report has stressed the need for incorporating content on interfaith and intrafaith harmony in the national school curriculum to promote tolerance and coexistence among different communities...

    The report, “Understanding the agonies of ethnic Hazaras in Balochistan” was shared with Dawn by NCHR Chairman retired Justice Ali Nawaz Chowhan on Friday
  • Will not accept changes to seminary syllabus, religious education system: Fazl

    RAWALPINDI: Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman on Thursday reiterated that he would not accept the government’s seminary syllabus reforms, saying that the JUI-F would notlet anyone change the religious education system...

    Mr Rehman claimed the United States and the Western world were interested in making changes to the syllabus of seminaries while doling out billions of dollars...

  • Murad vows to support federal govt’s uniform syllabus plan

    KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah and Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood on Thursday exchanged views on the federal government’s plan to introduce a uniform syllabus designed by the federal education ministry across the country...

    During a meeting with Mr Mahmood at CM House, the chief minister said designing of school syllabus was a provincial subject after the passage of the 18th Amendment to the...

  • India showing they are a class above: Finch

    NEW DELHI: Opening batsman Aaron Finch marked his return to the Australia side with a defiant century in the third One-day International against India but the thrill was tempered by another loss for Steve Smith’s struggling side...

    Finch, who scored 124 in Indore after missing the defeats in Chennai and Kolkata with a calf problem, said Australia had failed to take their chances against India but conceded there was a clear difference...

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