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Lack of Teachers in Colleges Disturbed The Students


Lack of Teachers in Colleges Disturbed The Students

Most of the government colleges for women in Sialkot are facing the lack of teachers. About 52 posts for teachers in the government colleges are empty in Sialkot for a long time. There are 91 seats of lecturers, assistant professors and professors permitted for these colleges but unfortunately only 39 teachers are working on their seats, said the senior officials of Education Department (Colleges Wing). The unoccupied seats of teachers include the posts for Physics, English, Chemistry, Biology, History, Islamyat, Home Economics, Political Science, Urdu, Nursing Education and Mathematics.

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The colleges that lack teachers are: Govt Allama Iqbal College for Women Sialkot, Govt Girls Degree College Pasrur, Govt Postgraduate College for Women Sialkot, Govt. Postgraduate College for Women Daska, Govt. Girls Degree College Hajipura-Sialkot, Govt Girls Degree College Qila Kalarwala-Pasrur, Govt Girls Degree College Kapoorwali-Sialkot and Govt Girls Degree College Bhopalwala in Sambrial tehsils.

This situation shows a shear negligence of elected representatives. According to the students, this situation is very annoying for them as lack for teachers affected their studies badly. They impulse the officials including Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Shareef to take a serious notice of this issue and try to resolve it by ordering the appointments of the teachers as soon as possible.

Meanwhile in many colleges there are nine seats are vacant of librarians. At the creation of Pakistan, a library was formed at Govt Murray College but still it lacks a librarian. About 42 primary schools for boys and girls in distant villages of Bajwat are suffering the shortage of essential facilities including toilets, boundary walls and drinkable water etc.

Briefing about the Anti-Polio Campaign, DCO Sialkot said that during this three-day campaign almost 596,143 children under the age of five years had been given the anti-polio vaccination. He added that administration of the district had achieved its target.




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