Tag Archives: Governance

Mastung: Candidates Protest Against Irregularities In NTS Test

Mastung – Candidates protested against National Testing Service (NTS) for massive irregularities in recruitment test, on Wednesday. NTS is conducting recruitment tests for 4,300 educational department vacancies allover Balochistan. Protesting outside Mastung Press club, candidates alleged that serving lecturers took recruitment tests on behalf of other candidates. After receiving fees of over Rs. 10 million and delaying the test for ...

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Letter: I See Madrassas But No Schools

Nasrat Baloch I live in Turbat, Makran. I usually travel to Dasht and its surrounding areas which are almost 50 kilometers away from Turbat. On the way, I can see many small settlements. In every population settlement one can see a common thing which is mosque and madrassas but one can’t find a school everywhere. One may find school buildings ...

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VIP Visit: People Of Quetta Suffer Enormously

Quetta – People of Quetta suffered a great deal of nuisance due to the arrival of Prime Minister and his entourage in Quetta, on Tuesday. Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif reached Quetta on Tuesday morning to participants in All Parties Conference called in Aftermath of Mastung Carnage which resulted in death of 22 passengers. All the major arteries of Quetta located ...

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BPSC Should Review Application Procedure

Raza Baloch Hopes of students from under-privileged sections of society lean upon competitive exams in Pakistan. It remains a dream for farmers, labors and middle-class, without political background, to have their offspring toil hard and get through commissioned examination for distinguished positions. The official websites of Federal Public Service Commission (FPSC), Balochistan Public Service Commission (BPSC), and National Testing Service ...

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Letter: Relaxation In B.Ed Rule For SST Recruitment

I want to draw the attention of government of Balochistan to the recently advertised posts of Secondary School Teachers (SST) in BPS-17. The eligibility criterion for these posts requires Bachelors of Education (B.Ed) degree which is a sheer injustice to the talented and resolute students who have completed their higher education and not studied B.Ed. Educated youth in Balochistan is bearing the brunt ...

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Balochistan: Reality Of Educational Emergency

Shehbaz Azam Khetran Balochistan is a deprived province where every government departments is in doldrums including the department of education. Incumbent government of Balochistan has imposed educational emergency in province. Unfortunately, the facts and figures tell a different story altogether. According to the Alif Alan District Education Ranking 2015 the education score of Balochistan is just 55.99% with provincial ranking ...

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Right To Know

Abid Shaizad Every human being, whether belongs from an urban or rural area, from Punjab or Kharan has the right to know. There are no bounds and rules that prohibit or disallow someone to know something. Man should be curious and quench thirst of knowing something. Today, most of the people don’t know the worth of their vote and its ...

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Letter: Cruel District Educational Officer Of Jhal Magsi

Ejaz Ahmed District Education Officer (DEO) Jhal Magsi, Meer Abdul Nabi Magsi, is depriving the innocent people of Jhal Magsi of their basic rights. DEO has his own private jails and gives refuge to hardcore criminals in the district. Due to this man the entire city is in under frustration because he has been gulping poor people’s funds and their ...

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Candidates Oppose Changes In BPSC Verification Rules

Quetta – Candidates appearing for recruitment examinations oppose the changes in Balochistan Public Service commission (BPSC) verification rules, learnt The Balochistan Point. According to new rules, candidates have to submit their verified educational documents and local certificates along with applications. Previously, documents verification was required only when a candidate had been selected for the job. Consolidated Advertisement No. 07/2015 published ...

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Menace of Child Labor in Quetta

Adnan Aamir Everyday when sunrises; Jummah Khan and Razzaq leave their homes to collect garbage. Carrying large plastic bags on their tender shoulders, to store garbage, both of them search for saleable garbage items all day. In evening, they sell their daily garbage collection to earn their livelihood. Jummah is 12 years old and Razzaq is just 11 years old. ...

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