2000 new teachers to be hire in federal schools: Tariq Fazal


ISLAMABAD, Jan 19 (APP): Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Division(CA&DD) Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary Tuesday said that federal government to hire 2000 new teachers in capital educational institutions.
He was attending Tablet distribution ceremony organized by USAID funded Pakistan Reading Project for Islamabad teachers and mentors, as a chief guest held at Islamabad Model College for Girls NIH, Chak Shehzad.
Speaking on the occasion the minister appreciated the USAID
initiatives in education sector, especially US Funded Pakistan
Reading Project.
He said that it is age of technology and added its use in
education was need of the hour.
Tariq Fazal said these tabs would help out the teachers to
educate the children of grade 1 and 2.
The state minister said that Mobile Libraries by USAID were
very effective and appreciable to develop reading habit among the
He admired the Prime Minister’s Education Transformation
Program to upgrade and develop federal schools for the promotion of
education sector in the country.
Talking to APP, the minister said that all 422 schools and
colleges of the Islamabad were being renovated and modernized.
He said the teachers were being inducted in these schools and
colleges to confront the need of the educational institutions.
The government will hire the teachers faculty in federal
schools, colleges from near by areas aiming at to avoid any
difficulty for the teachers, Tariq said.
The minister said that following the order of Islamabad High
Court, the government was committed to resolve the issue of
regularization of the teachers, working in different schools of the
capital on daily wages.
He said that the concerned authorities will make sure the
check and balance on the teachers attendance in capitals schools.
The curriculum, he said which was being taught at capital’s
schools, would be up to-dated with the help of the ministry of
federal education.
The professionals of the education ministry and other
educational institutions were engaged to accomplish the task for
upgrading the curriculum, he added.