Sindh Minister for Education and Labour Saeed Ghani has said that Sindh government is taking revolutionary steps in the field of education and we are trying to ensure quality education to every child in the province.
“The teachers who have been recruited during the last 7 to 8 years are on merit and they are doing their job honestly.
This time, no one, including me, will be able to interfere in the teacher recruitment policy and all the candidates will be able to get the job only after giving tests and interviews according to their qualifications.”
He continued, “We have also made the transfer and appointment policy completely transparent and now teachers will be able to apply for their transfer online under the e-portal where needed.
Private school associations are requested to register the schools which are not yet registered so that we can get complete data on the children studying in our province.
We are moving towards biometric attendance of teachers as well as children and have started working in this regard using the latest technology.
He expressed these views while addressing a special guest discussion on the occasion of the 30th anniversary of All Pakistan Private School Management (APSMA) on Friday.
The speeches were also addressed by the Chairman, President and other officials of Apsama while a large number of Apsama officials from all over Pakistan attended the Ghani said that no government can do anything alone in any field and especially in the field of education unless teachers, children and parents all play their role. Revolutionary measures cannot be taken in this field.
He said that there was a shortage of teachers and non-teaching staff in government educational institutions and the reasons behind this were the ban on their recruitment and the transfer and appointment of teachers from 2018 onwards by the then Minister of Education and later in 2019.