Sindh education vacant jobs
2,000 posts of lecturers lying vacant: Sindh Education Minister
Karachi, Aug 26: As many as 2,000 posts of lecturers are lying vacant.This was stated by the Sindh minister for Education, Pir
Mazhar-ul-Haq. He announced here on Wednesday that these vacancies would
be filled on the basis of merit.The Minister was of the view that recruitment of the
teaching staff on merit would have a positive impact in the field of education.
He also asked the faculty members to impart knowledge to
the younger generation with commitment and devotion.
Pir Mazhar ul haq also asked the office bearers of the
Sindh Professors and lecturers Association (SPLA) 'not to oppose the Education
Department's policy of merit'.
He further maintained that there should be no pressure for
'getting declared as successful' those 29 candidates who were unable to qualify
in the interview conducted by the Sindh Public Service commission for
recruitment as ad hoc lecturers.
The Minister maintained that this should not be the role of
the SPLA to resort to such tactics and oppose the policy of hiring on the basis
He also asked the Sindh Secretary Education to initiate
disciplinary action against those interfering in the process of teaching.
Pir Mazhar said that protect demonstration and disruption
in the academic process is not the solution to the problems.Instead attention should be paid towards honestly
performing the professional duties and with a sense of commitment and devotion,
he added. App
"In EDO office list of PST, JST and HST teachers is incomplete. Candidates who got Admit Cards at the Centers and secured 60% are waiting for their oppointment letters but here are only names of those Candidates who got Admit Cards before test.Is this another gift of Ramazan from Government to people of Sindh? "
Name: Mohammed Shoaib
City, Country: Matiari, Pakistan
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SSUET develops device to help the blind read SMS
Karachi: The students of Sir Syed University of
Engineering & Technology (SSUET) have developed a tactile
communication Braille system that uses mobile and other mechanical
device to enable visually handicapped people to read from a portable
According to the details revealed by the Computer
Engineering Department, the system works on the basis of
micro-controller, while its component parts include a Portable Braille
Pad, a control unit and a mobile.
The system developers have
claimed that the current cell technology is expensive but their project
has researched less costly alternatives, resulting in the development
of cells using solenoids. They said that they wanted to enable the
blind to read SMS texts from their mobile devices, and for this purpose
the Braille Pad has been designed, in which eight Braille cells are
connected in parallel on which a blind person can read words one by one
with button provided for the next or previous word.
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'Technical training programmes for special people soon'
Karachi: Sindh Minister for Youth Affairs Syed
Faisal Ali Sabzwari has said that the Youth Affairs Department was
starting various projects for the rehabilitation of special people to
provide them training and employment.
He said this while
talking to a two-member delegation of Family Educational Services
Foundation at his office on Thursday. The delegation was led by
Foundation Director Mary A Rek Florijn.
Director Richard Geary was also present on the occasion. The delegation
enlightened the minister about the foundation's services for special
people. Faisal Sabzwari told the delegation that his department was
launching various programmes for technical and educational training of
special people, adding that they would be trained in such trades so
that they could get employment easily, adding that in this regard they
were also contacting non-government organizations.
He said he
has suggested to the government that special people should be included
in internship programmes so that they consider themselves an important
part of the society besides playing their active role for development
of the country. Mary Rek told the minister that her institution was
working on various welfare projects in Karachi, Hyderabad, and Lahore
in which different training projects had been launched for deaf
children and grown-ups.
The projects also include
beautification and cosmetology courses, IT, photo-shop, web designing,
graphics, embroidery, road safety and traffic awareness courses, she
said. The news
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