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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 school Mandezai Fateh Khan Mandokhail, Senior School Teacher Model high school Haleem Babar, SST Amanullah Babar, SST Shah Nawaz Mandokhail, SST Akbar Khan Kakar, SST Bilal Khan, SST Government high school Wadh Sheikhan Muhammad Noor Mandokhail, Jvt primary school Killi Khan Alam Ghulam Habib Nasar and Principal Shaheen Iqbal School Khalid Khan conducted the annual inspection and inspected all the classes from pre-prep class up to tenth  and checked the ability of students, their punctuality, curriculum, teaching method of teachers, discipline and cleanliness. School principle Habibullah Mandokhail briefed the team about the school. The team members said that the purpose of the inspection was to ensure the availability of necessary facilities and good infrastructure at private sector schools. The team highly appreciated the overall performance of the school and said that it was one of the best schools not only in the district but also in the province.

“The school administration is expected to provide students with the best sitting arrangements, light, exhaust fans for ventilation of classrooms, well equipped wash rooms, imparting the students’ quality education and keep the school environment students-friendly and clean”. They said.

It is worth mentioning that district Zhob is one of those districts of the province where drop-out rate in schools is high and the government-run schools in the district also lack facilities. Majority of schools are shelter less, having no wash facilities, without electricity and even have no access to clean drinking water.

Published in The Balochistan Point on November 2, 2018

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