No admission and examination fee for college students, says education minister

  • 20-Apr-2017

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Karachi: The provincial minister for education and literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar on Wednesday has announced that Sindh education department is going to waive off the admission as well as examination fee for the aspirants of the government sector colleges to increase the enrolment in the colleges and it has been analyzed that education department is spending approximately 16,000 Rs per child however in spite of spending a massive amount in education zone, we are not getting the results that we want.

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This statement was given by Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar on Wedneday at Scouts auditorium in a 2-day seminar arranged by Director Colleges for the training of college principals where he participated as a chief guest.

Mehtab Dahar furthermore said that, 'cheating in exams brings bad name to an educated society and to get rid of this ugly stain,  all the shareholders including teachers, parents as well as aspirants have to play their role to remove it'.

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He notified the externals and internals of the examination centres that if cheating was reported from any examination hall, the responsible externals and internals will never be assigned such responsibility again and they will also to be taken to task.

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