Sindh government regularised 21000 contract teachers

Sindh government decided to regularise the services of 21000 contract teachers. This decision was made by the Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah after meeting the teachers association representatives. The  provincial government  decided to regularise the services of 21,000 teachers that have appeared in NTS exams as well as tests held at Sindh University and Iqra University. The teachers have been protesting the non-regularisation of their services for more than two weeks.

 Sindh Chief Minister also ordered to immediatedly solve all the other problems of the teachers.   As a result of the meeting, the provincial Education Department was ordered to regularise teachers that have taken the tests at the two universities, while also regularising teachers that hold NTS contracts, without the fulfillment of any additional conditions. “As far as NTS-pass contract teachers’ regularisation is concerned, it has been approved by the cabinet,” the CM said during the meeting.

The chief minister said that he was ready to resolve all the issues of the teachers' issues as long as they support him in improving the standard of education in the province.

Rukhsana Manzoor (N&A news)

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