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  • Private schools yet to start teaching regional languages

    PESHAWAR: Although teaching of regional languages has been initiated in the government schools in the current academic year seven months ago, the private schools have bluntly refused to implement government’s decision in this regard...

    The elementary and secondary education department has declared five regional languages compulsory subject for teaching in public and private sector educational institutions in the respective areas... ...

  • NA approves compulsory teaching of Quran in schools

    The National Assembly on Wednesday approved the Compulsory Teaching of the Holy Quran Bill 2017, which will make Quranic education compulsory for Grade 1 through Grade 12 in all federal educational institutions in the country...

    The bill is not only applicable to all institutes owned and controlled by the federal government, but also to all schools in Islamabad...

  • NA body approves teaching of Quran in capital schools

    ISLAMABAD: A parliamentary committee on Wednesday passed a bill for making teaching of the Quran compulsory in grade one through to grade 12 in all federal educational institutions...

    The National Assembly Standing Committee on Federal Education and Professional Training, which met under the chairmanship of MNA Dr Amirullah Marwat, unanimously passed the ‘Compulsory Teaching of the Holy Quran Bill, 2017’...

  • PTI lawmaker demands ‘action’ against schools teaching dance

    KARACHI: One of the three Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) lawmakers in the 168-strong Sindh Assembly seriously objected to the alleged inclusion of dance classes in some private schools and wrote to the provincial education minister to take “appropriate action...

    ”Khurrum Sher Zaman from the Clifton constituency (PS-112) wrote a letter to the Sindh minister for education and literacy, Jam Mehtab Dahar, on Sept 21 in which he said he...

  • Teaching hospitals to be run by BoGs under new law in Punjab

    LAHORE: The Punjab Medical Teaching Institutions (Reforms) Ordinance 2019 envisaging privatisation of ‘major’ state-run hospitals has been promulgated...

    The ordinance drafted on the pattern of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa’s MTI Act was promulgated after the Punjab governor signed it on Monday with the approval of Prime Minister Imran Khan...

  • Occupational stress — what nobody tells you about teaching in Pakistan

    The reactions I get from people on telling them I am a teacher can be categorised into three kinds: reactions from those who happen to find my profession admirable and praiseworthy; those who belittle my line of work (it obviously can’t compete with lucrative and promising corporate or foreign-backed development jobs); and those who envy me (the short working hours and numerous holidays within an academic year are rather tantalising for those...

  • Punjab’s growth strategy-2018 focuses on jobs for youth

    LAHORE: Punjab government on Saturday launched its growth strategy-2018, aiming to overcome the huge challenge of creating jobs for youth that makes 66 per cent of the province’s total population...

    So the big challenge we are facing is how to feed, employ and educate 60 per cent youth (aged between 15 to 30) of Punjab’s total population,” the chief gust, Shahbaz Sharif, said on the occasion...

  • Rs1.452trn Punjab budget seeks to create 500,000 jobs

    LAHORE: Punjab’s Rs1...

    452 trillion budget for the next financial year proposes to create half a million jobs in the province through a massive development investment of Rs550 billion in large infrastructure, transport, irrigation, agriculture, water supply and energy projects, as well as heavily subsidise smallholders and landless cultivators...

  • Remaining private schools in Punjab reopen today after talks with govt

    LAHORE: After almost a week of confusion regarding security of schools and their reopening, several chains of schools in the province have announced to reopen their institutions on Tuesday (today) after the Punjab government assured them of redressing their grievances...

    Under a new platform, the Pakistan Education Council (PEC), around 10 chains of private schools, said they had decided to reopen their campuses after Punjab Education...

  • Punjab govt stopped from taking coercive measures against private schools

    LAHORE: The Lahore High Court on Tuesday restrained the Punjab government from taking coercive measures against private schools with regard to their fee structure and directed it to submit a reply on petitions against newly promulgated Punjab Private Educational Institutions and Regulations (Amendment) Ordinance 2015...

    Justice Shams Mahmood Mirza passed the restraining order hearing over 15 petitions filed by All Pakistan Private...

  • Punjab govt bans children's dance performances in schools

    The Punjab School Education Department (PSED) has placed a ban on dance performances by students in all private and government schools in the province, DawnNewsTV reported on Monday...

    An attempt to ban dance performances and classes was also made in Sindh in 2016, when one of the three Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) lawmakers in the 168-strong Sindh Assembly, Khurrum Sher Zaman, allegedly objected to the inclusion of dance classes in...

  • Punjab govt bans Kabaddi in schools following child's death

    Punjab government on Tuesday placed a ban on Kabaddi and other activities which may lead to “dangerous incidents” on school premises, following the death of a child in Khanewal earlier this month, DawnNewsTV reported...

    In a notification issued by the Punjab chief minister’s monitoring force for school education department, a copy of which is available with DawnNewsTV, the provincial authority informed school administration that “all...

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