BISP: Punjab to Hire 30,000 New Teachers

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Published 11 July 11 July 2024 4, 11 July 2024 |

The Punjab government has taken a significant step to address the teacher shortage in public schools. According to a private news channel, Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif has announced plans to hire 30,000 new teachers. These educators will play a crucial role in shaping the future of students across the province.

Subject Specialist Teachers:

The recruitment process will focus on subject specialist teachers. These experts will bring their knowledge and passion to classrooms, ensuring that students receive high-quality education. The Public Service Commission will handle the recruitment, ensuring transparency and fairness.

Phased Recruitment:

Minister of Education Sikandar Hayat stated that the recruitment will occur in phases. The goal is to complete the hiring process during the upcoming summer holidays. By doing so, the government aims to have the new teachers ready for the start of the next academic year.

Reducing Workload:

To support teachers, the provincial education minister recently announced an extra weekly holiday. Schools will now be closed for two days a week, with extended hours on Fridays. Saturdays will be dedicated to teachers’ training, lesson planning, and capacity building.

Previous Efforts:

During Shehbaz Sharif’s previous tenure, approximately 46,000 teachers were recruited. Now, under Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif’s leadership, the government is committed to further strengthening the education system by adding 30,000 more teachers.

This initiative reflects the government’s dedication to improving education and ensuring that every child has access to quality learning. As the recruitment process unfolds, we look forward to witnessing the positive impact these new teachers will have on students’ lives.

Stay tuned for further updates as the recruitment process progresses!

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Note: The news article is based on factual information from various sources, including ProPakistani. The language has been simplified for readability while maintaining accuracy. The date of this news is 11 July 11 July 2024 4, 11 July 2024

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