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Regularisation of Government employees services

Services of government employees regularised
Lahore, Oct 14: Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif on Tuesday regularised the services of 150,000 employees, a majority of them teachers, serving in different departments of the provincial government on a contract.

Speaking at a press conference, the chief minister announced that the employees who had been regularised would get all privileges, including pension and group insurance, benevolent fund and loans, as admissible to the regular employees of the Punjab government.

Flanked by Senior Adviser Sardar Zulfiqar Ali Khan Khosa and Member National Assembly Khwaja Muhammad Asif, the chief minister said the regularisation would develop a sense of security among them and they would be spared the agony of renewal of their contract every five years.

These employees would also have the opportunity for promotion, which was earlier denied to them, he said while stressing that he believes in dignity of teachers and their employment on a contract doesn't commensurate with their respect. Dawn

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"it was the demand of public servants that THEY SHOUL BE REGULIREZED it was big announcement by my favourite chief minister . though i am working private college of nursing 18 km raiwind road lahore . i request to chief minister help the nursing community specially male nurses who are aquiring nursing education in other provinces where are lot of restriction and financial problem including career in province punjab.they are working in other provinces in accidental & emergency areas where female nurses cant perform their duty.specially in punjab no one any male nursing school . all over the world there is no any discrimination regarding education and job oppurtunity but even in punjab male nurses are pressed and violted their basic rights in presence of my favourite chief minister . i think they are unaware of this situation after this email i am expecting they will take necessary action .we are so much worry in our own province about male nurses education and career opportunity . zafar iqbal sr nursing instructor saida waheed college of nursing 18 km raiwind road lahore"
Name: zafar Iqbal
Email: zi.baloch@yahoo.com
City, Country: lahore / pakistan

"All teacher even Garde 1-16 must be prmanent. becoz contract is not suitable for the Nations builders. "
Name: Muhammad Siddique
Email: siddique81@hotmail.com
City, Country: Pindi Gheb, pakistan

"I appreciate the chief Ministers announcement that all the contract employees of BPS 1-15 are now permanent but why employees having PBS more than 15 are being neglected. I request you for employees having BPS more than 15 should be permanent so that they could be mentally free about their future. Thanks"
Name: asim ejaz
Email: asim_ejaz2005@yahoo.com
City, Country: Rawalpindi, Pakistan

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Punjab university annouced M.Phil, MSc results
Lahore: Punjab University Examinations Department has declared the result of MPhil Islamic Studies, Semester System, Session 2006-2008 and MSc Mathematics, Part-I, Annual Examination 2009. The pass percentage in the exam remained 39.00. Detailed results are also available at PU website www.pu.edu.pk. F.P Report

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PU gender studies degree
Lahore: The Punjab Public Service Commission (PPSC) has recognised the master's degree of the Punjab University's Gender Studies Department, says a news release issued by the university spokesman on Tuesday.

The news release says the recognition of the degree will help gender studies graduates get jobs in government and semi-government organisations.

The gender studies department of the Punjab University was established in 2001 under the name Women Studies Department. In 2006, the department was merged into the Sociology Department. Later, this department was renamed as Gender Studies Department. However, a notification in this regard was issued by incumbent Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran in 2008.

The Punjab Public Service Commission had not recognised the degree despite its recognition by the Higher Education Commission.

The PU, however, presented department's case before the PPSC and won the case.

training course: Lahore College for Women University Vice-Chancellor Prof Dr Bushra Mateen has said faculty members reflect the impression of an institution and the varsity wants to keep its teachers abreast of the latest innovations in education practices and concepts.

It will help faculty members strive towards professional excellence and equip students with the knowledge, skills and values for the 21st century.

Prof Mateen was speaking at certificate distribution ceremony of the 'Professional Competency Enhancement Programme for Teachers Training' conducted by the LCWU in collaboration with the National Academy of Higher Commission on the university campus on Tuesday.

The objectives of the Staff Development Course were to promote the development of innovative and effective teaching learning strategies, methodologies, curriculum design, revision and student assessment and evaluation.

Prof Dr Humala S. Khalid, who is LCWU faculty of humanities, Islamic and oriental learning dean and varsity's education department head, said the world was evolving every passing minute and there was a need to constantly review how university could prepare its teachers to excel in the future. She stressed that the higher education must be made more enriching and engaging to develop the youth. She stressed that teachers must nurture moral, physical social and aesthetic spheres of students.

HEC Learning Innovation director-general Noor Amina Malik said the LCWU had always welcomed faculty development courses for the training of their teachers.

Registrar Shaista Vine and various faculties' deans, heads of the departments and resource persons were present at the ceremony. Dawn


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