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Govt to inspect public sector schools from Dec 8: DEO.

Byline: M Haleem Asad

TIMERGARA -- District Education Officer Dir Lower Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim on Thursday said that annual inspection of state run schools in the district would start from Dec 8 and would continue till Dec 17 in order to identify areas of weaknesses in institutions and reform them.

Addressing a meeting of the department at his office the DEO said that a total of 78 committees comprising of competent teachers and schools' heads had been formed for the purpose. He said that 30 inspection committees for girl schools would also submit their report of inspection to him. "During the inspection overall performance of the school would be examined including students' ability, teachers' work, coverage of syllabus, cleanliness, use of funds especially the parents teachers council (PTC) funds would be thoroughly checked," Hafiz Ibrahim said, adding that the annual inspection had good impacts on teaching learning process.

Muhammad Ibrahim said that all government primary, middle, high and higher secondary schools would be inspected. The DEO also shared progress report for the month of November with schools' heads and officials of the department and said that 600 schools in the district had been visited by different officers during the month. He said that scores of teachers had been punished during these surprise visits to schools while their salaries of one or two days had been deducted for their absenteeism.

Deputy District Officer Bashir Ahmad, sub divisional officers, assistant district officers and schools' heads attended the meeting. The DEO asked teachers to make proper preparations for annual inspection and cooperate with concerned committees.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 7, 2013
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