Attendance of teachers in government schools is becoming quite a regular issue in carrying out uniform educational activities in Schools. To solve this problem several steps have been taken by the authorities.
In a conclusive move, the Caretaker Chief Minister (CM) of Sindh, Justice (retd) Maqbool Baqir, has given orders to resolve the issue of absent school teachers in government schools across the region.
An essential gathering of the school education sector was met under the leadership of Justice Maqbool Baqir, during which Education Minister Rana Hussain and Secretary Shireen Narejo gave detailed presentations about the absent school teachers.
One of the key disclosures was the execution of a biometric attendance system pointed toward guaranteeing the reliability of educators in schools.
In any case, the interim chief minister underscored that mere attendance was deficient; educators should effectively take part in training and teaching students.
The representative for the interim chief minister expressed that a rigid investigation system for schools would be laid out to distinguish instructors who have been missing for a whole year, with the goal of their removal.
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Furthermore, measures to battle the presence of medications in schools, an issue additionally tormenting private institutions, were examined.
Justice Maqbool Baqir further dedicated to personally checking the dissemination of course books within the following seven days and speedily delivering grants to every educational institution.
The interim chief minister additionally communicated worry over the Election Commission’s suspension of the appointment of 25,000 selected educators in Sindh.