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Sindh teachers protest | SPLA black day over teachers manhandling

Teachers protest across Sindh
Hyderabad, May 28: Primary school teachers boycotted classes and held protest demonstrations in many districts of the province on Wednesday on the call of All Sindh Primary Teachers Association.

In Hyderabad, primary teachers staged protest demonstration outside the press club for the acceptance of their demands. They told journalists that no practical steps were taken to resolve their problems despite the promises. They demanded increase in salaries and allowances commensurate with price hike, grant of time scale and teaching allowance on the pattern of other provinces, implementation of deceased employee quota and allocation of 25 per cent seats in Education Department for the offspring's of teachers.

Primary school teachers in Shaheed Benazirabad suspended duties and observed token hunger strike opposite the press club for the acceptance of their demands. Protesters including Syed Mastan Shah, District President PTA, Mohammed Saalim Zardari, Kashif Noorani and Ashraf Brohi said that they were demanding restoration of teachers' quota in recruitment since long.

A number of primary schools of District Shaheed Benazirabad remained closed and students were forced to go back home due to the strike of teachers.

Meanwhile, members of All Pakistan Clerks Association also took out a rally for the acceptance of their demands.

Protesters led by Daud Unnar, Syed Masood Ahmed, and Mehmood Zardari said that they were demanding 200 per cent increase in salaries in the coming budget. They also demanded restoration of employee quota for recruitment in departments.

In Dadu district, primary teachers boycotted classes. Hundreds of primary teachers gathered in Dadu and marched on different roads of the town.

In Naushahro Feroze, primary teachers took out a rally and observed token hunger strike opposite the DCO complex.

Similar protests were observed in other cities and towns of Sindh.

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"Its regrett to say that Primary teachers of sind have been facing numours economic problem and its been hard to manage their budget in so little salary paid by govt: Unfortunately in primary cadre, there is no hope of getting promotions as it is done in others dept: Teacher is highly reputed person in the civilized society but in our society, they are not given theirs due rights. its said, Education is the back bone of any devloped countries, if you deals bad with your teacher, how can you expect the fruitful result from them. hope our rulers will consider on teachers demands so that our sindh province may get the standard educations and compete with other province of the state."
Name: Qasim Ali Brohi
Email: qasimali72@yahoo.com
City, Country: Jacobabad, Pakistan

"it is requested to civil society of sindh and pakistan, to support protest of primary teachers in sindh, because they are protesting for thier legal and actual rights, rest of three provincial governments are giving teaching allownce, time scale and other financial allownces to teachers but it is regretted to say that sindh government has deprived of the primary teachers from such allownces which is great enormity with teachers of sindh, therefore all sindh primary teachers association has started such protest and A.S.P.T.A expects from civil society for moral support of teachers and also sainguine hope that civil society will support and participate in protest with teachers. we demand from government for approval of our legal demands that uncertainity can be ended among teachers"
Name: israr Ahmed ghunio
Email: israr_ghunio@hotmail.com
City, Country: jacobabad , pakistan

"Dear, I would like to see the Notification issued by the chief Minister Sindh on June 2010 for TIME SCALE PRIMARY SCHOOL TEACHER in Sindh."
Name: Muhammad Nasir Malik
Email: saad_mansoor66@yahoo.co.uk
City, Country: Hyderabad-Pakistan

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Manhandling of teachers: SPLA to observe black day today
Karachi: College teachers across Sindh will observe a black day on Thursday (today) to lodge their protest against the manhandling of some teachers of the DJ Govt Science College by students activists on Tuesday.

The Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association (SPLA) has given the protest call.

However, the SPLA secretary (Karachi chapter), Prof Iftikhar Azmi, clarified that the ongoing Higher Secondary Certificate examinations will not be affected on Thursday in the wake of college teachers' black day because the teachers would perform their invigilation duties as usual.

The college teachers would wear black armbands and hoist black flags on college buildings to express resentment over the disagreeable incident which occurred at the DJ Science College on Tuesday, he added.

The provincial Director-General (Colleges), Prof Rafiq Ahmed Siddiqui, who visited the DJ Science College on Wednesday, denounced the incident and assured full cooperation to the teachers of the college on behalf of the education department.

Meanwhile, an emergency meeting of teachers of the DJ Science College on Wednesday strongly condemned the incident and endorsed the SPLA's call for observing a black day on Thursday.

The principal of the college, Prof Hakeem Baig Chughtai, chaired the meeting, which was also attended by the SPLA's office-bearers including Prof Ather Hussain Mirza, Prof Muzzaffar Ali Rizvi, Prof Iftikhar Azmi, Prof Mohsin Raza Bhatti, Prof Arshad.

The meeting also adopted a resolution, urging the Sindh governor and the chief minister to remove the offices of the students' organisations affiliated with political and religious parties from the premises of all the colleges and take stern action against the students who indulge in hooliganism and unhealthy activities.

It also demanded of the Sindh government to immediately restore student unions in colleges for the promotion of healthy activities.

Through another resolution, it deplored that the regional director colleges neither visited the DJ Science College nor rang up to inquire about the ugly incident in which some students manhandled college teachers.

Meanwhile, SPLA president Prof Ather Hussain Mirza said that a four-member delegation of the Islami Jamiat Talaba, comprising its members Tehseen and Hamad-ur-Rehman, called on the office-bearers of the SPLA and regretted over the incident.

"The IJT team also assured the SPLA that they will present the students involved in the incident before the college authorities so that they may take whatever action they deemed appropriate against them," Prof Mirza said. Dawn

Students released on bail
Judicial Magistrate Zulfiqar Ali released two students of DJ Science College on a surety of Rs30,000 each in the case pertaining to manhandling of the college teachers. These students Waqas and Mazhar were arrested by the Preedy police on Tuesday on the complaint of a college lecturer Mehmood Mohammed. The teachers of DJ College were manhandled by the supporters of a student organization when the second shift paper of Intermediate examination was going on.


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KU employees react to guard's drubbing
Karachi: The University of Karachi (KU) Employees Association (United Group) reacted to the drubbing of a guard on Tuesday by locking the administration offices and forcing the cancellation of the ongoing examinations on Wednesday.

"Enough is enough. We are tired of the humiliation heaped on us by the different student parties. We had to register our protest against the incident and we did what we thought was the way to send our message to the administration and others," Ghulam Nabi Gabol, the vice-chairman of the association said.

The employees locked the offices of Pro-VC Dr Akhlaq Ahmed, who is currently the acting VC of the university in the absence of VC Prof. Pirzada Qasim. They also visited educational departments and did not allow the continuation of ongoing terminal exams. Dr Ahmed and KU Registrar Prof. Rais Alvi had to sit in the office of Dean Faculty of Arts Dr Shamsuddin where they negotiated with the employees' representatives to resolve the issue in an amicable manner. The meeting, decided to constitute an enquiry committee, headed by the deans of various faculties, within two days. The findings of the committee will be submitted to the VC within 15 days. The News


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Larkana BISE's HSC-II commerce results out
Larkana: The Larkana Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) on Wednesday announced results of annual examination for the Higher Secondary Certificate Part-II commerce group in which only one of 719 candidates could make it to A-1 grade and only 21 were grabbed A-grade.

According to a notification, 80 candidates were placed in B, 254 in C, 177 in D and seven in E grade and result of 17 candidates was withheld. The overall pass percentage remained 75.10 per cent, it said.

Sumeet Kumar Seedani and Ravi Pohwani of the SZABIST clinched the first two positions and Akshay Kumar, student of the Government Arts and Commerce College, bagged the third among male candidates.

In female candidates, Kawish Memon and Aas Sahar Soomro of the Government Arts and Commerce College bagged the first and third positions respectively and Tahera Magsi of SZABIST secured the second position. Dawn


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ICMAP organises 58th Management Accountants Day
Karachi: The Karachi Branch Council (KBC) of the Institute of Cost and Management Accountants of Pakistan (ICMAP) today organised 58th Management Accountants Day in collaboration with Microsoft Corporation of Pakistan. Speaking on the occasion, Syed Sailm Raza, Governer State Bank of Pakistan (SBP) who was also the Chief Guest of inaugural session of the event said that the management accountants have played important roles in the world in economic development. Their role in US, Europe and Canada and other region is well known through the reports that have been published from time to time. Daily Times


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