Letters

Letter: Irregularities in Teacher Recruitments in Zhob

A letter titled “Irregularities in Teachers Appointments” asked the Provincial Secretary Education to explain the anomaly in the appointments of teachers. Unfortunately, the letter fell on deaf ears. The caustic remarks and apprehensions of the writer hold much water. There are two points that are disquieting; (i) Some almightiest want to appoint their dear-ones and therefore intentionally delaying the appointment ...

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Letter: Problems Faced by People of Gwadar

Gwadar is a small town with the population of 200,000. It is located on the south of Makran division.  Gwadar is a Balochi term which the door of air. As government is saying “we are developing Gwadar and giving a new shape to the city.” But I want to raise a question to government. Did you ask the Gwadar people ...

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Letter: Math Teachers Required in Turbat Girls College

Turbat is one of the biggest cities of Balochistan but the only Girls College in city is facing shortage of teachers. It’s very surprising and unfortunate to reveal that there is just one Mathematics teacher for entire Government Girls College Turbat. Therefore only a handful number of students can study math. As a result a lot of girls are deprived ...

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Letter: Irregularities in Teachers Appointments

Last week Balochistan government announced to probe degrees of 50,000 teachers which is an appreciable step. Provincial Secretary Education Mr. Saboor Kakar has taken a painstaking task of probing the already done corruption cases. But what about the recent corruption being done in Education Department or about to be done? The Government of Balochistan Secondary Education Department announced 4,359 vacancies ...

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Letter: Higher Poverty Incidence in Balochistan‏

According to the geological survey of Pakistan, out of 50 minerals extracted nationally, 40 are obtained from Balochistan. The province has more than 200 million metric tons of coal deposits, one billion metric tons of copper, 2.5 million metric tons marble, 300 million ounces of gold and 1.5 billion tons of granite. It has the largest range-land for livestock grazing, ...

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Letter: Curse of Unemployment

It is estimated that the unemployment rate has reached to 8.3 percent during the fiscal year 2015 in Pakistan. The number of unemployed people is growing in the country which has put different poor families in deep trouble to earn three times food. Dangerously, the joblessness has brought the poverty to the highest peak too. Which than compels many to ...

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Letter: Delay in Functionality of Balochistan Education Endowment Fund

Key aim of any educational fund is to provide financial Assistance to needy and deserving students, so that their higher education is not stopped or affected because of financial problems. After delay of two years, Balochistan Government established Balochistan Education Endowment Fund (BEEF) earlier this year. Over 6 months have passed and still BEEF is not yet functional. Educational institutions ...

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Letter: Save Balochsitan’s Wildlife

The arid and semi-arid landscapes of Balochistan host a variety of rare animals and birds housed in the Hingol National Park and Hazarganji-Chiltan National Park.  Hingol National Park, located on the coast of Makran and near the Princess of Hope, is the biggest park of Pakistan that is globally significant due to its ecosystems that are amazingly diverse. The said ...

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Letter: Library in Nokabad, Gramkan Should Be Reopened

Libraries provide students with a very neat kind of environment. It also assists them in keeping good concentration on their studies. Books are the treasure of knowledge and library is the only place where students can read them free of cost. The books enable the students to gain information to build skills and also develop understanding about way of life. ...

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Letter: Irresponsible Use of Social Media in Kharan

Use of Internet and mobile technologies for interactive social networking is called social media. In Kharan some of the people are using social media tools such as twitter and Facebook as a joke. They imagine that they’re working as news editors and giving fast and free news without any charge to the people and solving the issues which are faced ...

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