Education department Balochistan to recruit 9000 teachers: Education Minister Mir Naseeb Ullah Marri

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The Balochistan government will soon recruit 9000 teachers across the province in the education department. “The provincial government will use all of its resources to provide facilities and improve the educational system of the province”, this was revealed by the provincial minister for education, Mir Naseeb Ullah Marri while talking to the media.

“Teachers should perform their duties with dedication and we will try out best to solve their problems”, Mr. Marri said. The appointment of more than 9000 teachers in the education department will be conducted soon, which will provide employment opportunities to the educated youth, he mentioned.

Member of the Pashtun Khwa Mili Awami Party and member of the Provincial Assembly Nasrullah Zehri, Secretary Education Abdul Rauoof Baloch, Director Schools Abdul Wahid Shakir, President of Government Teachers Association Habib ur Rehman Mardanzai, and others were present on the occasion.

“Teachers have great respect and value in society”, Mr. Marri stated. All available resources are being used to solve the problems of teachers and provide facilities in educational institutions. Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Abdul Quddus Bizenjo has prioritized the education department and he is taking special interest in solving the problems of the teachers, Mr. Marri added.

The Education Minister said that the file of the upgradation of teachers has been sent. “Inshallah, very soon the teachers will get the good news of upgradation and promotion will be given to junior teachers”, he informed. The problem will also be resolved soon and a summary will also be sent to the Chief Minister regarding the teaching allowance to the teachers.

President of Government Teachers Association Balochistan Habib ur Rahman Mardanzai said that Missing posts in the education department are the biggest problem that needs to be solved immediately. “The Government Teachers Association has never supported the absent teachers and will not do so in the future”, Mr. Mardanzai told while addressing the ceremony.

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