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Teachers postings in limbo
Karachi, July 29: Despite the passage of three months, Sindh government has yet
to recruit teachers on the vacant posts of JST (Junior School
Teachers), HST (High School Teachers) and PST (Primary School
"We are under intense pressure from applicants and
their relatives, who ask about the outcome of recruitment test held
nearly three months ago," an official of CDGK Education Department said on Tuesday.
He said that applicants placed dozens of
phone calls to the office of education department on daily basis but
EDO Education Karachi Ibrahim Kumbher seems indifferent towards the
issue. He added that summery had been sent to the Chief Minister House
to get approval for these appointments.
It is pertinent to mention
here that the World Bank had provided Rs 50.5 million to education
department to conduct recruitment test for the vacant posts of JST, HST
"The World Bank has found many flaws and complaints of
corruption in the JST test and is concerned over the unnecessary
consumption of money in the organisation of these tests".
competent authorities of World Bank, working in Pakistan, have already
shown dissatisfaction over the authenticity of the recruitment tests
for teachers," a source in the Sindh Education Department said.
the formation of several enquiry committees by the EDO Education and
Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Pir Mazharul Haq, no
action could be taken against the culprits who did massive corruption
in the recruitment tests. These committees even could not furnish their
reports about poor performance of the education department."
other hand, the illegal employment of a female teacher at the CDGK
education department has once again exposed the level of corruption in
It will be worth mentioning here that an appointment
letter was issued on 27th March 2009 to a female Junior School Teacher,
who had not taken any employment test. It is the blatant violation of
an agreement signed between the World Bank and Sindh Education
Department which says that no teacher could be recruited without a test.
"RESULT KAB AYE GA BHAI JAN...........KAB KA DEYA HUWA HAI PST KA EXAM........"
City, Country: Karachi,Pakistan
"ppplllllzzzzzz offer letters kb aa rhe hain . can someone tell. we appeal to govt to pay attention on pst appointments ppppppppppplllllllllllllzzzzzzzzzz "
Name: mir shoaib
City, Country: tando muhammad khan,Pakistan
"When will Sindh Govt;give the offer order to those who have passed the test of PST JST HST in above than 60 percent so pleas kindly tell me"
Name: Abdul Razzaque Lashari
City, Country: kashmoor,Pakistan
"Mein ye maluum karna chahta huun ke kia pst ke orders aa chukey hain. Ya kab aainge. Plz mujhe email par mutla karein"
Name: Nisar Ahmed
City, Country: Jacobabad,Pakistan
"We are still waiting for offer letters, i think government has taken enough time to complete the procedure to issue offer letters, we are not hopeful of any positive moove towards the appointement of PST through Merit."
Name: Ghulam Farooque Zaur
City, Country: Tando Muhammad Khan
"Result to aaya Allah kare Merit ho. ye Via Voce kareen ge apni Policy Banaein ge. Haq to aisa hay hay jo opper se pass howein hein un ko seatoon k hisab se nokri de jay. "
Name: Ashique Ali Solangi
City, Country: Halani
"JST and HST files are being collected for offer letters at Bolton Market eductaion office. Candidates with 60 and above marks can submit their files."
City, Country: Karachi
"whana job pst"
Name: Farah naz
City, Country: tando muhammad khan
"SINDH UNIVERSITY NE JO TEST LEAI THAI WOH JO BHAI APPOINTMENTS HUE HAIN JALI DIGREE WALE APPOINT HUE HAIN VERFY KARWAIEN TU PATA CHAL JAIEGE KINE MERIT HAI SIFARISH KITNI HARAMPAIE HUM SE HOGAYA HUM BHAI PTC ,AUR CT .KE CERTIFICATE 2000 MAIN LEATE TU AAJ SHAYAD HUM BHAI TEACHER HOTE BARA AFSOS HOTA HAI SINDH KE TABAHAI PR PLZ INSAF KARNE WALE INSAF KARO JALI DIGRRE LEANE WALON KA FACE KALA KARO PLZ INSAF KARO SINDH SE WARNA TUMHARA HALL BHAI HOGA"
City, Country: LARKANA
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Students throng banks for CAP admission forms
Karachi: A large number of students and parents thronged at the
designated bank branches to get placement forms under the Centralised
Admission Policy (CAP) for new admission in class XI in the
government-run colleges of Karachi for the academic year 2009-10.
year a total of 99800 seats are available for first year admission in
different groups in 124 government colleges of Karachi, as the
government has 19575 additional seats to facilitate matriculates.
candidates for admission in class XI can obtain placement forms from
any of the 50 designated braches of Bank Al-Habib Limited Karachi by
showing their metric admit card or mark sheet up-to or before 8th
Following are the designated braches of Bank Al-Habib
Limited Karachi from where the placement forms could be obtained -
Karimabad, Soldier Bazar, Gulshan-e-Hadeed, Malir Cantt, Korangi Road,
Orangi Town, Gulistan-e-Johar, Buffer Zone, Liaquatabad, Kharadar,
Garden, MA Jinnad Road, Model Colony, Clifton, Baloch Colony,
Saeedabad, Gulshan Chowrangi, Water Pump, Hassan Square, Lea Market,
PIB Colony, Shah Faisal Colony, Memon Goth, Gizri, Ibrahim Hyderi, Sher
Shah, North Nazimabad Block-1, UP More, Barkat-e-Hyder, Nayabad,
Bahadurabad, Fatima Jinnah colony, Saudabad, Malir city, Malir Halt,
Rizvia Society, Gulshan-e-Maymar, Al-Noor Society, Paposh Nagar,
Saddar, Dhoraji, Korangi Industrial Area, Landhi, Mehmoodabad,
Metroville, Abul Hassan Asphaani Road, Dastagir and Hub Chowki. Ppi
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More schools under CDGK Pilot Project
Karachi: The Committee for Monitoring and Improvement of Schools
(CMIS) of the city government has selected two more schools, one in
Orangi Town and other in Gulberg Town, to develop them under Pilot
Project School Scheme of the CDGK.
CIMS has already developed one pilot project school in each of the 11
towns in the city with proper renovation, computer and science labs,
libraries, auditoriums, sports grounds, health clinics with appointment
of doctors and free medicines and several other facilities, which are
not available even in the renowned private schools. It may be noted
here that Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry
(FPCCI) is funding the Pilot Project.
Chairperson CMIS, Farhana Iqbal, said that various dilapidated
schools, including Government Girls and Boys Higher Secondary School
Orangi Town No 13, would be developed and renovated under this scheme.
was a higher secondary school but the higher-grade classes never held
here due to lethargic attitude of the officials at education
The other school, which has been selected, is Govt
Boys Higher Secondary School Azizabad, Gulberg Town. But the
infrastructure of this school is not in a bad condition and the overall
condition of basic civic facilities and atmosphere is appropriate.
However, the standard and level of education is the same as in other
Farhana Iqbal further said that advanced science and computer labs and
a health clinic would be set up at these schools while Town Education
Development Centre (TEDC) would also be established there to provide
advanced professional training to the teachers of other schools.
two years back, no one could imagine that CDGK-run schools would be
provided modern civic facilities such as advanced education system,
clinics with expert doctors and free medicines, computer labs,
libraries and auditoriums but all these objectives have been achieved
in a number of towns due to the cooperation between FPCCI and CDGK.
Now, only five towns are left where Pilot Project is yet to be started.
They are Lyari Town, Malir, Shah Faisal Town, New Karachi and Gadap
Town," she added.
Farhana mentioned that hundreds of CDGK teachers
were also being trained in advanced education standards with a view to
bring them at par with their counterparts in well-reputed private
schools. "These trained teachers will gradually be appointed in those
schools which are being developed. The CMIS is working voluntarily to
uplift the standards of education in the CDGK run schools where
children of poor masses would get education", she further said. The Nation
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Lyari students protest against TEVTA
Karachi: Students from Government Polytechnic
Institute Lyari staged a peaceful demonstration on Tuesday against the
mismanagement and malpractice in the examination of the technical board
and voice their dissent against the Technical Education &
Vocational Training Authority (TEVTA) ordinance that, according to the
students, is dictatorial and usurps the rights of the students.
student leaders vented their anger against the TEVTA ordinance that has
enabled it to take control of the buildings and other assets of the
technical colleges thus creating a monopoly that could destroy the
basic educational fibre of the technical education. They also accused
the technical board management for changing the examination centres of
the students to facilitate them for the wide-scale cheating after
receiving hefty amounts. The News
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