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Sindh PA adopts resolution for induction of qualified teachers in schools

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Published: November 18, 2016 05:10 pm


ISLAMABAD: The Provincial Assembly of Sindh on Friday unanimously adopted a resolution to ensure induction of qualified teachers in government and private schools for quality education in the province.

The resolution was tabled by lawmaker belonging to PPPP, Awais Qadir Shah which urged the provincial government to induct qualified and professional teachers in all private and government schools as per quota.

Meanwhile, the Minister for Parliamentary Affairs, Nisar Ahmed Khuhro tabled the Sindh Prohibition of Sheesha Smoking Bill, 2016 which was referred to relevant standing committee for deliberations. The Minister also presented two government reports in the House which included the first biannual monitoring report on the implementation of National Finance Commission (NFC) Awards and a quarterly report on receipt of province for various expenditures.

The House referred three Audit Reports on various accounts of the province to the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) and ordered to present its report within one year. The government responded to all five Starred Questions appearing on the agenda. PTI lawmaker Khurram Sher Zaman withdrew his adjournment motion after government’s assurance which was regarding excessive fee charged by private schools within the province.

Four out of five Call Attention Notices (CANs) on various matters of governance were taken up and responded to by relevant ministers. MQM lawmakers, Sabir Hussain Qaimkhani and Muhammad Dilawar Qureshi raised a matter of public importance regarding stoppage of water supply to Hyderabad city. The matter was responded to by the Minister for Local Government Jam Khan Shoro. The Chair adjourned the House to meet again on November 21, 2016 (Monday).

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