12:15 pm - Sunday April 20, 2014

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to fill vacant seats to appoint schoolteachers

NOWSHERA The All Subject Specialists Association in Nowshera district has asked the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to fill vacant seats of teachers in most of the higher secondary schools in the province to save the precious time of students.

Talking to reporters on Thursday after the association meeting, its president Muhammad Amin said the KP Minister for Higher Education Qazi Asad must pay attention to the issue of teachers’ shortage in the Secondary schools. He added that there was a lack of Urdu and Mathematics teachers in most of the higher secondary schools in the province affecting the studies of students.

The office-bearer said in such schools the teacher for Statistics and Economics were available yet due to absence of Mathematics teachers, the students could not opt for the Inter-Science combination of subjects. He pointed out that the seniority list of the subject specialists was not authentic and needed correction as 300 new employees appointed during 2006-07 were not yet included in the list compiled last year.

During the meeting, the subject specialist teachers asked the government to implement the four-tier formula in their service structure.The news.

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