26 schools reopened in Pishin

Pishin deputy commissioner orders action against 46 absent teachers

APP June 09, 2018
Action is being taken against teachers absent from duty. PHOTO: AFP

QUETTA: Pishin Deputy Commissioner Qaim Lashari has said that action is being taken against teachers who are absent from educational institutions in order to improve the quality of education in Pishin.

He said this while chairing a meeting to review educational matter of the district. Additional Deputy Commissioner Nasrullah Yousafzai, District Education Officer Syed Kalimullah Shah and other officials attended the meeting. Deputy Commissioner Pishin was briefed regarding education problems and a report was presented about 46 absent teachers.

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The DC ordered to take action against the absent teachers according to the law, despite directing to cut about 29 days of salaries of 46 absent teachers, who had been found absent from their duties for a long time in the area.

"At least 26 schools have been reopened which were closed in the area," said the deputy commissioner.

He directed DEO Kalimullah to ensure attendance of teachers in the respective schools for improving quality of education and said that ignorance in education sector could not be tolerated at any cost and providing quality education would be ensured for students in the area.

The DC warned teachers to ensure their attendance in the educational institutions otherwise strict action would be taken against those who would not follow the academics’ rule.

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