Non-public Colleges Threaten To Go Towards Govt If Colleges Stay Shut


The President of the All Pakistan Non-public Faculty Federation (APPSF), Kashif Mirza, on Thursday, warned {that a} lengthy march could be made to Islamabad if faculties usually are not reopened on 11 January as per the training ministers’ determination.

The warning was given in response to an announcement by the Sindh Training Minister, Saeed Ghani, in accordance with which the federal government might not allow instructional institutes to reopen in January as a result of prevalent coronavirus state of affairs.

The APPSF chief reiterated that the federation will reject the federal government’s determination for the faculties to stay closed.


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He additional declared that in contrast to the examinations that had been carried out over the past tutorial yr, this time, college students won’t be promoted to the subsequent courses with out them having taken examinations.

On 26 November, the federal government determined to shut all instructional establishments for the second time as a result of rising COVID-19 pandemic and stated that they’ll reopen faculties on 11 January following the winter holidays.

Mirza acknowledged that if faculties usually are not reopened as determined, the APPSF will march to Islamabad in protest.


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He remarked that the unfold of the coronavirus within the UK was not from faculties and that instructional institutes are open in Europe.

Mirza added that solely 14 % of scholars in Pakistan have entry to the web, which is an impediment to the [online] training of 1000’s of scholars which is why it’s essential for faculties to be reopened.





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