Educationists ‘insulted’ by meager pay rise

Karachi:06 June:The Sindh Education Foundation has also been allocated a separate budget for rehabilitation of non-functional government schools.

For a better future, invest in childhood education

Karachi:06 June:Four units of vocational centres in Shaheed Benazirabad, Khairpur, Kamber-Shahdadkot and Tando Allahyar are to be constructed at a cost of Rs92 million.
Special education

CM inaugurates school enrolment campaign Universities and boards

Karachi:06 June:With an increase of Rs645 million in the budget, five new schemes have been added to the universities and boards department, including the establishment of a postgraduate research diag

Financing girls’ education: ‘Devise fairer, pro-poor tax system

Karachi:06 June:The allocation for the ADP 2016-17 was Rs17.2 billion, with Rs13 billion for the education and literacy department, which until last year included schools and colleges under one roof,

The education budget has been increased by 24%.

KARACHI:06 June:Keeping in line with previous years, education has been given top priority in the Sindh budget for the 2017-18 fiscal year with an increase of 24%.

Teachers ‘working without pay since 2012’ stopped from protesting outside PA

Karachi:06 June:While Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah was announcing a 24 percent increase in the provincial education budget, a number of Arabic and Sindhi language teachers along with drawi

With allocation of Rs202bn, education budget up by 24pc

KARACHI:06 June:From Rs163.7 billion last year, the Sindh government increased the education budget for 2017-18 by a massive 24 percent, raising it to Rs202.2 billion.

Four-day conference Integrating maths, science in education

Karachi:May 29:In order to develop a greater level of education and ensure the teachers are up to the mark, the school administration has set up a training system for which a separate training coordin

For a better future, invest in childhood education

Karachi:May 29:The school is coeducational institute and is running without any gender disparity, shared the principal, adding that initially the school was for boys but despite the change, some offic

From average school to educational oasis

KHAIRPUR:May 29:Believe it or not, four-year-old Rukhsana Inam of kindergarten-II and 15 schoolmates walk an hour to reach their school in Jumma Goth every day.

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