Tag Archives: Governance

Verification Rules Of BPSC: Making Life Difficult For Applicants

Quetta – New verification rules of Balochistan Public Service commission (BPSC) have made life difficult for the applicants, learnt The Balochistan Point. According to new rules of BPSC, candidates who want to apply for a job must get their educational testimonials verified form the issuing authority. Previously only those candidates were asked to verify their documents that had been selected ...

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Balochistan: Legislators Want To Remerge Levies Into Police

Quetta – Some legislators in Balochistan Assembly are lobbying to remerge Levies into Police, reported Jang Quetta. Chief Mister Dr. Malik Baloch and Home Minister Sarfraz Bugti are opposing the remerger of Levies into Police. Levies are a Tribal Policing force that that has jurisdiction in B areas of the provinces which form 90% land area of Balochistan. Proponents of ...

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English As Medium Of Instruction In Government Schools

Sami Parvez English should be the medium of instruction in all the government schools. This would make it easy for the students of government schools to continue their studies after matriculation. In government schools, Urdu is the medium of instruction till class 10th. Therefore students that pass out form government schools have no commabd on English. All courses of colleges ...

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Letter: Price Hike In Turbat

Prices of goods of daily usage are increasing day by day in Turbat. Especially the prices of edible items are sky rocketing. Shopkeepers are increasing the prices of all products at their will and district administration is nowhere to be seen. Holy Month of Ramzan has started and the shopkeepers have started their exploitative practices with it. In civilized societies ...

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Letter: Extension In Deadline By BPSC‏

Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC) has responded to the problems faced by candidates of the posts of Secondary school Teacher (S.S.T). BPSC has extended the deadline for submission of applications for said posts. This is a step in the right direction as candidates were facing enormous difficulties in getting their degrees verified in given time. Standing in long queues outside ...

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Letter: Poor State Of Education In Balochistan

As we know that education is the third eye of a nation but unluckily in Balochistan the quality of education is falling day by day. In a recent survey conducted by Azat foundation, it was revealed that the literacy rate in balochistan is 33% which should be a big cause of concern for everyone in this society. There are hundreds ...

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Balochistan: Government MPA To Chair Public Accounts Committee

Quetta – Majid Khan Achakzai, member of Provincial Assembly from Pashtoonkhwa Milli Awami Party (PKMAP) has been appointed as chairman of Public accounts committee. Public accounts committee is one of the most important Parliamentary Committees as it holds government accountable for all sorts of expenditures that it has made. In Aftermath of 18th amendment, it was agreed by all political parties ...

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Archives Necessary For Protection Of Civic Rights Of Citizens: Hafeez Jamali

Interview by Adnan Aamir Balochistan Archives is an executive agency of the Government of Balochistan which serves as the main repository for official records and documents of historical significance. Hafeez Jamali, who has a Ph.D. in Social Anthropology from University of Texas, is the current director of Balochistan Archives. Balochistan Point recently conducted an Interview with Hafeez Jamali. Adnan Aamir: ...

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75 Baloch Students Arrested For Protesting Against BMC Principal

Quetta – Police has arrested 75 Baloch students of Bolan Medical College (BMC) who were protesting against the attitude of Principal, on Friday. All students have been locked up in Brewery Police station which is situated near BMC. Students were protesting against the attitude of BMC Principal Dr. Saadat Khan Barozai, under the Auspices of Baloch Students Action committee (BSAC). ...

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How A Road Destroyed Economy Of Awaran

Shabir Rakhshani Turbat road was the main route that connected Turbat with Awaran and both these districts with Karachi. Turbat road was not only the main route for transportation of passengers and goods but it was also primary source of livelihood for people living in settlements located along the road. This road connected Turbat, Mand, Buleda, Hoshab, Josak, dander and ...

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