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Uplifting Educational Indicators is Utmost Responsibility of Teachers: Secretary Education Balochistan

QUETTA: Secretary Education Mr. Abdul Fateh Banger in a surprise visit to Sandamen High School Quetta said that uplifting Educational indicators is utmost responsibility of the teachers. In addition he said that, it has been found that public educational institutions are lagging behind the rest of other private institutes in provision of quality education.

Elaborating more secretary said: “Government is spending a huge sum in development and non-development sector in the education sector, the trend of low level of results will not be tolerated anymore in the public institutes.”

Secretary Education said that every teacher and the responsible heads were liable in provision of services.

In the visit District Education officer Quetta Mr.Muteeb Khan , principal Sandeman High school Dr. Naseer Ali Shah , PPIU (PMC )M&E Manager (RTSM) Mr. Zahoor Taran were there.

Secretary Education Mr. Abdul Fateh Banger in a surprise visit to Sandamen High School Quetta.

Secretary Education was briefed about the school progress, extra-curricular activities, sports In the School.
The school principal said: “Revamping the school in modern terms is because of the assistance provided by Haroon Shopping Center and Dawood Shopping Center administration.”

Mr. Abdul Fateh Banger asked about the course work from the students and instructed the teachers to give career counseling sessions to the students that would be productive in enhancing their futuristic goals. He urged that teachers must work hard to attain maximum productive results giving more inputs in the studies to the pupils that would be beneficial for their board exams.

Secretary Education said that he would make surprise visits to rest of schools in the coming days in Quetta and other districts. At the end teachers put their demands which secretary assured that all their due rights would be resolved on prior basis.

Published in The Balochistan Point on August 23, 2017

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