KP Teachers ‘Appointment and Regularization of Services’ Bill approved


The meeting of provincial cabinet chaired by Chief Minister Mahmood Khan here Tuesday approved ‘Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Teachers (Appointment and Regularization of Services) Bill, 2021’ to regularize services of teachers appointed on ad hoc basis through NTS in the province since 2017.

The meeting besides cabinet members was also attended by the Provincial Chief Secretary, Senior Member Board of Revenue, Additional Chief Secretary and Administrative Secretaries of various Government Departments.

The approval of appointment and regularization of Services bill would benefit around 58 thousand teachers who have been appointed on merit against sanctioned posts in categories (BS-12 to BS-16) and are performing duties in various schools of the province.

Special Assistant to Chief Minister for Information Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif while briefing media persons about decisions of cabinet meeting informed that cabinet also approved addition of 38 new public services of six departments, which have been identified, refined and finalized by Right to Services Commission (RTS) after holding multiple sessions with secretaries and different tiers of concerned departments.

The new public services include issuance of fitness certificate to vehicles, pollution control certificates, issuance of route permits to commercial vehicles, repair and maintenance of water supply lines of DWSS of TMAs, sanitation in designated area of TMAs, streetlights, NOC for the establishment of fruit markets and scholarships etc.

The chief minister, he said, announced Rs one million for heirs of girl student who was killed in wall collapse in Dir and Rs 100,000 each for those sustained injuries in the said incident.

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