Rawalpindi SSC exams | FDE contract teachers

SSC examinations
Rawalpindi, Sep 10: The supplementary examinations of Secondary School Certificate (SSC) under the aegis of Rawalpindi Board Of Intermediate And Secondary Education would start from September 13. Date sheet and roll no slips have been dispatched to all the students. All the arrangements to hold supplementary examinations of matriculation have also been completed. The News

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FDE decides to regularise contract teachers
Islamabad: The Federal Directorate of Education (FDE) has decided to regularize the services of contract teachers, who won their cases in Islamabad High Court (IHC) after approval from the prime minister.

"The directorate is sincere in regularizing the services of teachers in the light of the IHC's decision and has sent a summary to the prime minister for approval to start the process, soon," sources said.

They said the FDE had no plans to challenge the court's ruling at any forum and the summary recommended all teachers who won their case in the court.

The sources said there was a shortage of teachers in the educational institutions of the capital and the FED was taking steps to induct about 496 teachers next month as part of a strategy to overcome the shortfall.

Concrete steps were being taken to enroll maximum out-of-school children and efforts were underway to make the capital's colleges and schools a role model for the rest of the country's institutions, they said, adding that within next two years, the ministry and its partners would be able to achieve 100 per cent literacy rate in Islamabad Capital Territory.

The sources dispelled the impression that the FDE might start phasing out evening shift in the capital's educational institutions in due course of time, saying the system would stay. App

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Dr Atta elected president of NASIC
Islamabad: Higher Education Commission Chairman Prof. Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman has been elected as the president of the Network of Academies of Science in countries of organisation of Islamic Conference (NASIC).

This decision was taken at the 5th Executive and 4th General Assembly meetings of NASIC held at Kazan, Tatarstan, said a statement issued here on Tuesday.

NASIC comprises the academies of sciences of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Kazakhstan, Malaysia, Senegal, Tajikistan, Uganda, Palestine, Pakistan, Nigeria, the Arab Academy of Sciences and Islamic Academy of Sciences.

Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman has over 784 publications in leading international journals in several fields of organic chemistry including 611 research publications, 15 patents, 99 books and 59 chapters in books published by major US and European presses, the statement added. The News

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