Cabinet extends service period of educational boards’ chairmen


The Sindh Cabinet has decided to extend tenures of chairmen of different educational boards in the province. The decision was taken in meeting of cabinet held under the chairmanship of Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday.

The meeting was attended by provincial ministers, advisers, chief secretary Mumtaz Shah, Advocate General Sindh Salman Talibuddin and others.

The decision was taken, when the University & Boards department told the meeting that the tenures of chairmen of different educational boards have either expired or is at the verge of expiring. It was requested for extension of their tenures till the appointment of new chairmen.

The Cabinet decided to extend the tenures of Syed Ghulam Mujtaba Shah Chairman BISE Sukkur, Barkat Ali Hyderi Chairman BISE Mirpurkhas,Dr Mohammad Memon Chairman BISE Hyderabad for a period of three months. By the time the U&B dept was directed to advertise the positions and appoint new chairmen through a competitive process.

The cabinet decided to remove Dr Mohammad Farooq Hassan from the Chairmanship of BISE Shaheed Benazirabad because he has been appointed Vice Chancellor University of veterinary.

In his place a suitable educationist would be appointed as chairman.  The cabinet ratified the appointments of DrSaeeduddinas Chairman BISE Karachi and Syed Sharraf Ali Shah as Chairman BSE Karachi.

The cabinet directed the U & B department to inform the forum at least three month before the retirement of a chairman so that the recruitment process could be started well in time.


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