Monday, February 22, 2016

Ad hoc lectures to be regularised

PESHAWAR: Special Assistant to Chief Minister on Information and Higher Education, Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani, on Tuesday said the commonplace government was considering regularization of Fata impromptu instructors and showing collaborators at universities.

Talking at a meeting here, he said it had been chosen that a summery for regularization of the challenging Fata educators would be drafted and in the wake of getting info from law, foundation and account offices it would be sent to the boss pastor for his endorsement, as indicated by an announcement.

He kept up that a board of trustees had likewise been constituted including extra secretary advanced education, executive universities and delegates of fund, law and foundation divisions to submit proposals on regularization of showing colleagues at the schools. He said the board of trustees would talk about the present status of showing colleagues and propose measures for their regularization.

Mr Ghani said the arrangement of showing associates was made on transitory premise to meet inadequacy of teachers. He said as they were not named as a trade for instructors, a few legitimate issues were hampering their regularization.