KP Education Reforms agenda

The Education Department Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is establishing a framework in which all its development partners will work in coherence for optimum utilization of resources and averting duplications. This was disclosed in a meeting by Minister Elementary and Secondary Education Mohammad Atif with Cambridge International Examinations at Islamabad Tuesday where Secretary Education Afzal Latif was also […]

KMU’s Health Research Conference

The four-day annual Health Research Conference would be held from February 13 to 16 under the auspices of Khyber Medical University Peshawar at Khyber Girls’ Medical College Hayatabad. According to a press release here on Wednesday, the fifth health conference would be attended by known health experts and students who would present vital thesis on […]

Course for In service Lecturers of Varsity Concluded at UoP

The nine months certificate course for the in-service lecturers of the University of Peshawar concluded on Thursday. The training was arranged under the auspices of the Centre for Human Resource and Career Development UoP, wherein thirty teachers of the some twenty five department of varsity participated.  Vice Chancellor UoP Prof. Dr. Muhammad Rasul Jan was […]

UoP to restore independent status of 11 departments

The academic council of the University of Peshawar (UoP) has decided to restore the independent status of 11 departments. UoP spokesperson Akhtar Amin told Dawn that the independent status of the 11 departments was abolished in 2009. Those departments were merged into different institutes, he added. “But now the decision has been reversed with consensus […]

sacrifice: Schools to remain closed for three days to mourn slain teachers

Members of the All Teachers Association protested in front of Hangu Press Club, condemning the killing of three teachers in Kach Bandha on Monday. They also announced a boycott of polio drives in the district, citing deteriorating law and order. Led by a senior teacher, Amjid Ali, the teachers chanted slogans against the murders and […]

Wave of fear: Teachers to ‘lock up schools’ if forced to partake in polio drives

The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa All Primary Teachers Association (APTA) Women’s Wing protested against the provincial government on Thursday and threatened to lock up schools if they were forced to take part in any polio drives. Around 50 teachers from various localities of the city gathered in front of Peshawar Press Club, blocking Sher Shah Suri Road for […]