Directorate of Education to hold seminar with parents

Education Dec, 2 2022
Directorate of Education to hold seminar with parents
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Karachi: Directorate of Education Sindh will organise symposium with heads of private schools on December 5 at Scout Headquarters. On instructions of Sindh Education Minister Sardar Ali Shah seminar is being held on increasing complaints from parents that students being stayed in classrooms fight, swearing and calling each other with bad names. 

Some SOPs have been prepared by Directorate in this regard. To consult and take suggestions from heads of private schools in symposium SOPs will be finalised by Directorate keeping in mind safety of students and later SOPs will be implemented.

Published in The Daily National Courier, December, 03 2022

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