Education

Social Sector Development in Balochistan: A Way Forward

By: Dr Asma Hyder Baloch The economy of Balochistan is largely dependent upon livestock, agriculture, fisheries and production of natural gas, coal and minerals. Including Quetta, the infrastructure in the province presents a bleak picture of the development and stands much behind when it is compared to rest of the country. Historically, limited farming in the east as well as ...

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Balochistan is within itself a corridor, says Sana Baloch

QUETTA: Balochistan National Party (BNP) Central Leader and Member Balochistan Assembly, Sanaullah Baloch has has said that Balochistan is within itself a corridor which needs not any interference by other countries. He expressed these views in a seminar on Geographical importance of Balochistan here in Quetta on Thursday .   Students Action Committee organised the event at Bolan Medical College ...

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Khuzdar: Students present more than thirty innovative projects at innovation summit 2018  

By: Ubaid zehri KHUZDAR: Directorate ORIC-BUETK successfully held innovation summit 2018 at Balochistan University of Engineering and Technology Khuzdar where more than thirty innovative projects were presented by the students.  Students from different schools, colleges and universities visited the projects stalls and projects group members briefed them about their innovative projects. The summit was attended by the officials, faculty members ...

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Quetta: Zero tolerance will be shown to the absent teachers, says Secretary secondary education Balochistan

By: Iqbal Baloch QUETTA: Provincial Secretary for secondary education Mohammad Tayyab Lehri has said that   zero tolerance will be shown to the absent teachers and they will be dealt according to the rules and procedures of the department; if deemed necessary the teachers may be suspended from their services. He expressed these during the surprise visit to different schools in ...

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0.5 million children get education in private schools in Balochistan; BPSF                 

By:  Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: “In Balochistan the state-run schools are in precarious condition. Around 70 percent of public sector schools have no basic facilities including drinking water, electricity and boundary walls. In the province 1.2 million children are in state-run schools, while 0.5 million children are in private institutions.” This was revealed by General Secretary Balochistan Private Schools Foundation Nazar Barech ...

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ZHOB: Inspection team visits school, appreciates school performance

By: Rafiullah Mandokhail  ZHOB: In order to evaluate the academic performance of students, learning environment, cleanliness conditions, discipline and other facilities at a private sector school, an inspection team comprising subject specialists and senior teachers from different educational institutions visited The Ali Khan high school here. The team comprising lecturer Degree college Umer Khan, lecturer Muhammad Yousaf, Principal Government high ...

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ZHOB: Senior teacher Din Gul remembered in a condolence reference

By Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: Senior educationists, teachers and close friends eulogized the educational services and contributions of senior teacher Din Gul to the field of education in a condolence reference in his memory held at Shaheed Iqbal School – decorated with Iqbal verses here on Wednesday. The gathering was arranged to acknowledge the educational services of the noted teacher Din Gul, ...

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Sherani teachers call-off token strike on ‘Salam Teachers’ Day’

 By: Rafiullah Mandokhail ZHOB: Government Teachers Association (GTA) Sherani after a successful meeting with Deputy Commissioner Abdul Khaliq Mandokhail and District Education Officer Sheikh Haji Musa Khan Mandokhail called-off their week-long token strike on Friday as ‘Salam Teachers’ Day’ was observer across the country. DC Mandokhail assured the teachers that he will take steps to resolve their issues. An office bearer ...

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Regularization and monitoring of Private schools in Balochistan

By: Shafqat Anwar Shahwani Apropos the recent hue and cry of parents against the hiking fees of the private schools in Quetta city and other Districts of Balochistan. There is little denial of the fact that the educated parents in the province want to admit their children in private schools due to quality education. The importance of quality education is ...

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Lack of educational facilities at Kolahoo and its nearby villages

By: Munaj Gul Baloch Mand, a bonny place situated in Makkran Division is totally disregarded by the provincial government where the citizens are facing beaucoup challenges like, lack of educational facilities, lack of healthcare facilities, etc, but yet the government is asleep to solve the issues. However, I am not wrong to mention that Balochistan is one of the most prosperous ...

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