Uncertainty looms over the reopening of educational institutions across the country, as the provincial and Federal governments have failed to agree on potential dates for easing the lock-down and resuming academic sessions.
A seminar titled Clean and Green Pakistan was jointly arranged by University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) and District Government Faisalabad at New Senate Hall UAF in which the speakers stressed that environmental degradation and climate changes were posing a serious threat to the lives of the people for which everybody must plant the saplings to ensure the clean breath , environment and green Pakistan.
The govt of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) on Monday announced 200 scholarships for five years to deserving students studying in class VII at public sector schools or who have passed sixth grade. Government scholarships consist of financial assistance and free-of-cost education up to the elementary level.
The selected students would be given admission in class VII in educational institutes across the province including Abbottabad Public school Abbottabad, Akram Khan Durrani College Bannu, Fazal Haq College Mardan (male and female), Islamia Collegiate School Peshawar, Peshawar Public School for Boys, Peshawar Public School Peshawar for Girls, University Public School Peshawar, University Model School for Girls Peshawar, University WENSAM College (Previously called as Government Comprehensive High School) Dera Ismail Khan, Agriculture University Public School and College for Girls Peshawar.
Entry test for suitable students will be held on January 26, 2020 in Peshawar and distribution of seats be settled over population ratio of the districts. The interested candidates can download an online application form from the website of Educational Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA) and can submit till January 13.
ETEA is an educational entity of KPK govt to catalyze reforms in the examination and testing systems, impart training on these endeavors and extend the use of its electronic facilities to other institutions to bring in objectivity, transparency and efficiency.
Microsoft in collaboration with the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Elementary (KPK) and Secondary Education Department hosted a seminar in Education dubbed ‘Microsoft Edu Day’. The seminar brought together delegates from across the region to showcase the latest technology designed specifically for the education sector to promote immersive, inclusive and 21st century learning.