RBISE SSC-II supple exams forms date
Form date for SSC-II supple exam extended
Rawalpindi, Aug 20: Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
Rawalpindi has extended date for submission of forms for the Secondary
School Certificate (SSC) supplementary examination.
date for submission of forms with regular fee has been extended from
August 25 to September 2, a press release issued by the board said.
The candidates can submit the forms with double fee till September 7 and with three-time higher fee till September 14.
The last date for depositing fee for rechecking of answer sheets would be August 31.
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AJK private schools asked to follow govt policy
Muzaffarabad: Waking up to complaints by the aggrieved parents
at long last, the AJK education department has warned all private
educational institutions to stick to the official policy regarding their
vacations, tuition timings and syllabus.
The warning, issued by
the secretary education (schools) through a circular, also made it clear
that the educational institutions could not charge 'additional fees' in
the name of holding the so-called 'summer camps' during vacations.
said that some parents had submitted written complaints to the
education department that their children had been asked by their
respective (private) educational institutions to deposit 'additional
fees' for the so-called summer camps in addition to the full fees
already paid for the summer vacations.
One of those parents,
when contacted by this correspondent, said his son was asked by the
administration of his (private) school to deposit Rs6,000 for the summer
camp he had attended or else he might be expelled.
confronting the school administration I decided to lodge a complaint
with the education department and if need be challenge the unlawful
demand in the court of law," he said.
It is alleged that the
'summer camps' are held by many private schools to ensure their
students, appearing in any board examination, do well so as to enable
them pull in more admissions in the next session.
high fee structures - 10 to 50 times higher than the public sector
educational institutions - the private schools are supposed to provide
the best tuition during regular school hours but, nevertheless, we are
compelled to send our children to the coaching centres," lamented the
parent who requested anonymity.
However, sources said, there
were little chances that the private schools, already found flouting
several rules, regulations and laws, including the minimum wages act,
would show any regard to the 'feeble' education department circular.
law department official, when contacted, said the government was
contemplating establishing a statutory body to regulate the affairs of
private schools, including their fee structure, amid growing public
complaints against them.
However, sources recalled, a similar
move in 2003 had met with failure due to alleged misunderstanding by the
administration of the AJK University, which assumed that the bill
envisaging a regulatory body for private educational institutions was
aimed at brining it under government control.
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Principal issued notice in student expulsion case
Peshawar: The Peshawar High Court (PHC) on Thursday issued
notice to the principal of a local private chain of schools in a writ
petition filed by a seventh grade student challenging his expulsion from
the school on the ground of contracting marriage.
bench comprising Justice Mazhar Alam Miankhel and Justice Sardar
Shaukat Hayat fixed August 26 for next hearing with the direction to the
respondent -- principal of Peshawar Model School -- to furnish reply to
the petition before that date.
The bench issued the order after arguments by Advocate Muhammad Essa Khan, counsel for the petitioner, Gherat Khan.
The respondents in the petition are the board of governors of Peshawar
Model School, principal of the school's Boys III Branch and the
provincial education department.The counsel requested the court to
declare the impugned order concerning expulsion of his client from
school as illegal and of no legal effect. He requested the court to
direct the school administration to withdraw the impugned order,
re-admit the petitioner in Class-7 and allow him to complete his studies
according to rules of the school.
Gherat Khan had claimed in
his petition that his father had died and he had been living with his
elderly, ailing mother, who was unable to do domestic chores. He added
that he entered into wedlock on the desire of his mother and other
relatives to cope with the situation. He claimed that he had attained
The petitioner claimed that the news of his marriage
was received by the principal with annoyance to the extent that she
rusticated him from the school. The petitioner said that he was given a
certificate with a 'false statement' that he was leaving school on his
His counsel contended that there was no law
in vogue in Pakistan that may empower the respondents to expel the
petitioner from school for the sole reason of his having entered into a
He claimed that a number of students of
the same school were married and carrying on their studies without any
hindrance. He added that the selective action was discriminative in
nature, which was against Article 4 of the Constitution. Dawn
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