The year of low education rankings and teachers’ protests

Karachi:January 01: Even with an education emergency imposed in Sindh by the chief minister since 2016, the public education sector in the province failed to achieve any significant improvements in 20

Efforts to bring girl students back to school bear fruit in Sindh’s two districts

MATIARI:28 December: It took three years to 15-year-old Raheela to resume her studies when she found activists from her Jamal Dahiri village and organisations working in the area to bring back the gir

Khursheed Shah inaugurates library

KARACHI:December 28:Leader of the Opposition in the National Assembly Syed Khursheed Ahmed Shah inaugurated Tuesday morning in Sukkur a library named after the late Dr Abdul Qadeer Ghanghro.

Govt to decide fate of protesting teachers in meeting today

KARACHI:December 28:Primary school teachers continued on Wednesday their hunger strike outside the Karachi Press Club.

Police beat up, detain teachers agitating for regularisation of jobs

KARACHI:December 26: Police resorted to baton-charge and took into custody several teachers in an attempt to stop them from marching on Chief Minister House on Monday.

Governor lays foundation stone for new SMIU campus

Karachi:December 26:Sindh Governor Mohammad Zubair on Monday laid the foundation stone of the Sindh Madressatul Islam University’s (SMIU) new campus in the Education City, Malir.

High achievers still awaiting promised reward

KARACHI:25 December: Amid a string of broken promises, the Sindh government has not fulfilled its pledge to reward students who secure A-1 grades in their Intermediate and Matriculation examinations.

School principal was killed by her husband, say police

KARACHI:25 December:After less than two weeks, the police claimed on Sunday to have solved the murder of a private school principal who was killed under mysterious circumstances in District East.

333 degrees awarded at Greenwich University’s 12th convocation

Karachi:25 December:Greenwich University (GU) awarded degrees to 333 graduating students at its 12th convocation held at the varsity’s Karachi campus on Saturday.

Students forced to give up schooling due to lack of institutions

KARACHI:December 20: The provincial government’s ‘education emergency’ has failed to have any impact in Sindh’s coastal areas.



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