Monday, June 22, 2015

Swat University accused of depriving students of laptops

TIMERGARA: Several neighborhood understudies said here on Tuesday that they couldn't get portable PCs under the Prime Minister Laptop Scheme attributable to the wastefulness of the organization of Swat University.

The understudies, including a few young ladies, said in a composed proclamation that the college organization conveyed couple of tablets among the understudies however whatever remains of them couldn't profit by the plan.

They said that they were qualified for get portable workstations as they were concentrating on in MSc last and required tablets for their studies and examination work. They said that it was the wastefulness of their separate divisions and college organization to execute the plan effectively.

The understudies requested of the organization of Swat University to furnish them with portable PCs. They likewise debilitated to stage dissent if the college organization neglected to take care of their demand.

Activity AGAINST NGOs: Jamaat-i-Islami region appointee general secretary Shafiullah on Tuesday requested of the administration to start request against the NGOs worl(ing in Dir Lower.

Conversing with writers, he said that the nearby leaders of some NGOs had expanded their advantages complex. He said that administration ought to test the advantages and bank parity of nearby specialists of NGOs.

About the PK-95 by-decision, the JI pioneer said that individuals of the voting public had ordered Izazul Mulk Afkari and it was the obligation of Election Commission of Pakistan to advise it.

SCHOOL BAGS: The understudies of government grade school in Mian Banda were furnished with school packs by a pharmaceutical organization.

A capacity in such manner was held at the school wherein therapeutic pro Dr Qazi Ikramullah was boss visitor.

The educators of the school, region deal trough of the organization Shaukat Ali, administrator Umar Khitab, Suhail Ahmad and Mir Hassan were likewise present on the event. An aggregate of 74 understudies were furnished with school packs.

Talking on the event, Dr Ikram encouraged humanitarians to help poor understudies in getting instruction. He said that it was the joint obligation of the state and society to give training to youngsters.