Educational institutions in Sindh to reopen from tomorrow

Sindh Education, Literacy and Colleges Education Department has issued notification for re-opening of all educational institutions in the province from tomorrow (Monday).

Under the notification, all government and private schools and colleges will strictly abide by the standard operating procedures to prevent spread of COVID-19.

The educational institutions will remain open for six days a week with 50 percent attendance of students on alternate days.

All heads of educational institutions will ensure 100 percent vaccination of teaching and non-teaching staff.

Source: Radio Pakistan

Provincial Govt spends huge funds on promotion of higher education: CM KP

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister, Mahmood Khan has directed the concerned authorities to complete ongoing projects of colleges in the province at earliest.

Presiding over a meeting in Peshawar today, he directed concerned authorities to take solid steps to make colleges functional at all cost.

The Chief Minister said the provincial government is spending huge funds on the promotion of higher education.

The meeting was informed that a comprehensive summary has been prepared to acquire land for establishing colleges in urban and rural areas of the province.

Source: Radio Pakistan

All educational institutions in Sindh will remain closed till 19th of this month

Sindh Government has decided that all educational institutions including universities will remain closed till 19th of this month.

Addressing the news conference in Karachi today (Sunday), Provincial Minister for Education Syed Sardar Shah said the vaccination of all the teachers and academic staff will be ensured.

He said that the remaining exam of intermediate will start from Tuesday.

The Provincial Minister said that the curriculum will also be revised soon.

Source: Radio Pakistan