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PCS officers to go on strike from 19th



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LAHORE, July 15: Disappointed with the ‘lukewarm’ response of a special committee, the PCS Officers Association on Thursday declared negotiations with it a total failure and announced an indefinite strike from Monday (July 19) if the chief minister does not listen to it in the meantime.
“The talks have failed because of the attitude of the committee,” said association President Rai Manzoor Nasir at the Punjab Assembly, where negotiations were held.

The committee was formed by the chief minister under Sirdar Zulfiqar Khosa to listen to PCS officers and submit a report.

According to Mr Nasir, PCS officers’ representatives objected to the presence of DMG officers in the committee, saying they were party to the case and their inclusion would hamper outcome of the talks. He said he was not satisfied with Khosa’s plea that DMG officers were included in the committee to assist him. He said Khosa listened to only one point of the 12-point list of the association and that too in a hurry.The meeting concluded in just 30 minutes and Khosa did not concede to the association’s demand that PCS officers should immediately be posted at all vacant seats for them.

He said his team was disappointed when Mr Khosa said the committee would again call them after 15 days. He said a lack of seriousness on the part of the committee to redress their grievances was evident from the absence of its members like Law Minister Rana Sanaullah, Senator Pervaiz Rashid and the provincial advocate general from the meeting.

He expressed his dissatisfaction at the proceedings of the meeting and said the association postponed its strike after the chief minister’s office promised to listen to its point of view in a day or two.

“The mood of the committee indicates that it will never submit its report to the chief minister. Therefore, all provincial service officers are gathering at the Civil Secretariat to start their indefinite strike from Monday if the chief minister does not call us in the meantime,” he said.

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Education to be privatised in Rawalpindi


26 government schools to be handed over to the private sector

RAWALPINDI: The provincial government has decided to hand over 26 colleges, including four in Rawalpindi division, to the private sector. The decision was said to have been taken to increase the efficiency of these institutions. Around 100 more colleges are expected to follow suit.

Commissioners of the respective divisions will head the board of governors of the schools, while the DCO and members of the National Assembly will be its members.

The principal of the college will also serve as the secretary of the board.

Hiring for the institutions will be conducted by its board of governors.

The new institutions will have the authority to issue their own degrees, to be awarded in affiliation with the Punjab University.

Schools to be privatised in the first phase are Gordon College and Government Post-Graduate Girls’ College, Satellite Town, along with two more in Rawalpindi. Others, including the Government Degree College, Chakwal, and the Government Post-Graduate colleges in Jhelum, Lahore, Multan, Sialkot, Bahalwalpur, Faisalabad, Dera Ghazi Khan and Sahiwal.

The biggest impact of this transition is expected to be on the fee-structure of these schools, which are being forecasted to witness an increase of around 500 per cent.

Rejecting the proposed measure, Punjab Professors and Lecturers Association has announced to launch a protest movement.

Ilyas Qureshi, who is a member of the association, expressed deep concerns over handing institutions such as Gordon College, Rawalpindi along with 25 others to private sector. “The increase in fee would be unbearable. Presently the fee for degree classes in the colleges is Rs17,000 per annum, which will shoot up to Rs120,000 after the implementation of this policy. They are basically shutting the doors of education upon poor people,” he said.

He said that under the new system lawmakers, bureaucrats and other politicians would influence the college admissions and appointments for posts.

“This would spell disaster for the academic system,” said Qureshi.

Published in the Express Tribune, June 7th, 2010.


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punjab government issued new policy to regular all ppsc (Bs-16 & above)selected serving contractees
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In calendar year 2018 ,provincial management service ministerial posts advertised by PPSC ? in continuation of previous advertised 2010.
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