Private schools, coaching centres have become vampires: NC
January 23, 2018

SRINAGAR, JAN 23 (PTK): Opposition National Conference today in the Lower House said that the private schools and coaching centres have become vampires and suck blood of parents under the garb of imparting education to children. Speaking on the grants for education department, MLA Budgam Aga Ruhullah said the government should put a check on increasing monopoly of private schools.

1947 Lecturers engaged on academic arrangement to meet staff dearth: Altaf Bukhari
January 23, 2018

    JAMMU, JAN 23 (PTK): Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today informed the Legislative Assembly that the Government has engaged 1947 eligible candidates for the current academic session to meet dearth of teaching staff in Government Higher Secondary Schools of the state.   Replying to a Question of Jewan Lal, the Education Minister informed.

DSEK takes stock of educational scenario in Bandipora
January 17, 2018

Orders disciplinary action against 4 headmasters for poor performance in Secondary School examinations SRINAGAR, JANUARY 17: On the instructions of the Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari, the Director School Education Kashmir, Dr G N Itoo accompanied by District Development Commissioner, Sajad Hussain today visited Bandipora to take stock of the educational scenario in the district.

Response in Disasters program organised in Lar Ganderbal
January 16, 2018

Ganderbal: A day-long disaster management response program was organized by State Disaster Response Force in Government Girls High School Waliwar Lar. Teachers and students from Girls High School Waliwar participated in the awareness program. During the programme school students were made aware how to remain prepared at the time of natural disasters like earthquake, flood, fire and nuclear disasters.   SDRF.

Manifold initiatives afoot to restore dignified peace in Kashmir: Altaf Bukhari
January 14, 2018

JAMMU, JAN 14 (PTK): Minister for Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today said that manifold initiatives are afoot to create a conducive atmosphere for the restoration of peace and tranquility with dignity in Kashmir. He said better future of Kashmir lies in guiding its youth towards proper direction and no major success can be achieved unless the youth are involved in mainstream.

3126 teacher posts vacant in Kashmir valley, 1225 posts available for lecturers
January 12, 2018

  SRINAGAR, JAN 12 (PTK): The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday revealed that there at least 2581 General line teacher posts and 545 vacancies of SSA Teachers and a total number of  3126 teacher posts vacant in Kashmir valley alone while as 1225 such posts were available for lecturers. The minister for Education Altaf Bukhari said in a written reply to a question.

17 new Degree Colleges to be established in uncovered areas: Altaf Bukhari
January 12, 2018

SRINAGAR: Minister for Higher Education, Syed Mohammad Altaf Bukhari today informed the Legislative Assembly that the State Cabinet has recently approved the opening of 17 new Degree Colleges in the State. The locations for setting up of these newly sanctioned colleges are being worked out by the Government and priority is being given to the uncovered areas and keeping in view the availability of land,.

1225 lecturer, 3126 teacher, posts vacant in Kashmir
January 12, 2018

The Jammu and Kashmir government on Friday revealed that there at least 2581 General line teacher posts and 545 vacancies of SSA Teachers and a total number of  3126 teacher posts vacant in Kashmir valley alone while as 1225 such posts were available for lecturers. The minister for Education Altaf Bukhari said in a written reply to a question tabled by MLA Abdul Majeed Padder. Interestingly, the government.

BOSE declares class 12th results with 61.44 pass percentage, Guru’s son, Burhan’s brother secured distinction
January 12, 2018

Wahid Bhat   JAMMU, JAN 11 (PTK): The Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Education (BOSE) on Thursday declared the class 12th results. As per BOSE figures, the overall pass percentage is 61.44. The pass percentage of boys is 58.92 percent and that of girls is 64.31. As many as 55163 students had appeared in the examination. “33893 students have.

Drabu announces interest subvention to loans for students
January 11, 2018

  JAMMU, JAN 11 (PTK): Finance minister, Dr Haseeb Drabu on Thursday announced interest subvention to the loans that students will avail for pursuing their post-graduation and PhD levels studies. The interest costs will be borne by the state government till they complete their courses. The move is aimed at helping the students to move out for better studies and.