Newly-appointed teachers get appointment letters

Rafiullah Mandokhail

Divisional Director Schools Saeed Ahmad Khan has said that leaders of the teachers’ organizations should also be aware of the students’ issues besides the teachers they are striving for, as the ‘child’s rights’ should be in their priorities.

He urged the teachers to perform their duties with honesty and missionary zeal to improve educational standard as the future of children is in their hands.

“Senior teachers should encourage the newly-appointed teachers to get acquainted with the environment of the educational institutions, they are posted in.

The high number of children in public educational institutions in Zhob indicates that the people have confidence in public sector educational institutions,” he lauded.

He expressed these views while speaking at a function held at Government High School No. 1 on the occasion of distribution of appointment letters and to welcome the newly appointed Secondary School Teachers (SSTs) through Balochistan Public Service Commission.

The event was presided over by the District Education Officer Lal Jan Musakhail. The newly-appointed male teachers in various cadres were handed over their appointment letters.

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