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Educators' merit list displayed
Rawalpindi, June 06: The pre-interview merit lists of the applicants for
recruitment of educators has been displayed with a view to ensure transparency
and merit in these recruitments.
This was stated by Chairman Chief
Minister's Task Force for Elementary Education Raja Muhammad Anwer, says a press
release issued here on Friday.
He said that if any candidate has any
objection regarding his merit position, he could present his standpoint before
the concerned officers of education department along with all related documents
He said that the interviews for the recruitment of the
educators would start from June 8, 2009 and the applicants can file their
objections prior to this date. He said that under the instructions of the Chief
Minister Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif, transparency in the process of
recruitment of educators is being observed very strictly. No negligence or any
kind of corruption would be tolerated. The News
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'Govt to update entire education curriculum'
Islamabad: The government plans to increase the budgetary allocation for
education as part of the forthcoming national education policy so that
serious headway can be made towards achieving Universal Primary Education in
Mir Hazar Khan Bijrani, Federal Minister for Education stated this
Friday on the occasion of Family Literacy Programme's certificate awarding
ceremony organised by Children's Global Network Pakistan (CGN-P) in
collaboration with the Federal Directorate of Education (FDE).
ceremony marked the successful completion of 2008-09 session of CGN-P's Family
Literacy Programme through which more than 2500 parents mostly mothers from
189 literacy centers in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Karachi have acquired
basic literacy and maths skills.
Speaking on the occasion, the minister said
the entire education curriculum would be updated within a couple of months
to bring it at par with international education standards. To ensure efficient
teaching of new curriculum, the government would also initiate teachers'
training programmes, which is essential to acquaint them with modern
teaching techniques and computer technology.
"A new education policy is being
formulated to incorporate Islamic teachings, national ideology, human rights,
environment, disaster and risk management, HIV/AIDS and interfaith harmony.
The ministry has also decided to revamp the examination and evaluation
system and National Education Assessment System is working to assess
students' learning," he added.
Commending the efforts of network he said
Children's Global Network is a key stakeholder in the fight to reform educational practices in Pakistan. Its Family Literacy Programme is a unique
initiative aimed to empower people from lower income strata's who cannot
read or write. Due to CGN-P's carefully formulated programme, hundreds of
parents can now read and write. They are also able to play a more productive
part in their child's education.
Mehnaz Aziz, Chief Executive, CGN-P,
describing the programme said; "Under this programme, we have trained more
than 5,000 teachers and heads in the best global teaching methodology tried and
tested in more than 35 countries of the world. 114, 295 children in more
than 400 schools are befitting from improved teaching practices and the
learning material provided to their classrooms".
She informed that parental
involvement was one of the strong components of the programme. "The network work
in marginalised areas where parents of most of the children are
non-literate. To involve these parents in their child's learning process the
programme was initiated in 2003.
Attiq-ur-Rehman, Director General, FDE, who
also attended the function, opined a unique feature of this program was that
the structure of the program dictated that lessons learnt in the classroom by
adults on a daily basis were imparted to the child as well. The idea that a
positive change can be brought about in a child's behaviour through a change
in parental attitudes forms the foundation of this programme. The Nation
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240 teachers to get training in Japan
Islamabad: The Japan International Cooperation Agency (Jica) will
provide technical education training to 240 teachers in Japan every year.
The decision was taken in a meeting of joint coordination committee
(JCC) on technical education at the National Institute of Science and Technical
Education (Niste) here on Friday.
Niste Director-General Farid Khawaja
said Jica had already dispatched project formulation study mission to examine
the needs of technical assistance in the field of science education in July
2006. The mission in its report suggested more focus on development of science
material and human resources to meet new science curriculum, he added.
The meeting stressed on the need to improve coordination among all
stakeholders and strengthen technical education projects.
reviewed the annual work plan and progress of the technical cooperation. The
committee also demanded bridging the gaps between various stakeholders. Dawn
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NAVTEC gets CTTI accredited with APACC
Islamabad: National Vocational and Technical Education Commission,
(NAVTEC) has achieved the first milestone by getting Construction Training
Technology Institute (CTTI), here accredited with Asia Pacific Accreditation
and Certification Commission (APACC).
Earlier, NAVTEC entered into a MoU
with APACC, the only regional TVET accrediting agency, says a press release
here on Friday.
NAVTEC processed applications of ten (10) TVET institutions
from all over the four provinces of Pakistan for APACC
Accreditation. NAVTEC provided all technical support to CTTI for fulfilling
necessary requirements to mature the case for Accreditation, supervised and
sponsored the on-site-visit of international accreditation experts to the
Institute. Consequently, CTTI has been declared as APACC Accredited
Institution. APACC's accreditation is considered as internationally
recognized sign of quality.
CTTI as an accredited institution and
stakeholder will enjoy the benefits of greater workforce mobility and mutual
recognition of qualifications in Asia and the Pacific region. Graduates of
CTTI will now have fairly good opportunities for employment in the Republic
of South Korea and other Asia Pacific Countries, signatory to APACC.
CTTI's accreditation with APACC will further promote local and
foreign employers confidence on the selection of their employees coming from
Accreditation status is important to employers while
evaluating credentials of job applicants and deciding to provide support for
current employees seeking further education. National Coordinator for
Accreditation has been installed in NAVTEC to facilitate public and private TVET
institutions desirous of APACC's accreditation. App
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City School holds graduation ceremony
Islamabad: The City School, F-11 Junior Branch, held
a graduation ceremony for class 5 students here on Friday. Prizes and trophies
were given to position-holders on the occasion. The students of Junior-V had a
time of their life, as they felt really proud when they were handed over their
degrees. They also shared their enjoyable memories of the school year on the
occasion. A skit was presented by Junior-IV students about the prevailing
situation in Swat. In the end, Principal Fazia Waqar awarded trophies to all
prizewinners. The News
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