MANSEHRA: The schooling branch has started an inquiry into the terrible matriculation examination consequences of public sector colleges in Mansehra district.

“we've launched a departmental inquiry into the bad board examination consequences on the orders of adviser to chief minister on schooling Ziaullah Bangash. The principals and teachers of schools, which didn’t produce correct exam consequences, may be punished under the relevant guidelines,” district education officer Khan Mohammad instructed reporters on Wednesday.

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The DEO said the department desired to carry the general public zone colleges on a par with non-public ones, so the inquiry have been launched into the poor exam results within the district.

He stated it was dismal to peer no longer a unmarried student of colleges skip examination.

“we are able to punish teachers and principals inside the form of demotion and switch over bad performance,” he stated.

The DEO said the general exam outcomes of government higher and better secondary schools inside the district have been 73 in step with cent but they wanted to enhance it as properly.

He stated adviser to CM on schooling Ziaullah Bangash had ordered the manufacturing of a complete document on the performance of schools in matriculation exam.

The DEO said seven colleges had 100 in step with cent exam consequences and the training branch favourite their instructors and principals.

He stated 6,379 students of 112 government excessive and better secondary faculties sat the matriculation board exam and four,658 of them remained a success.

LANDSLIDES: The Judbah-Darband avenue reopened on Wednesday after being cleared of landslides.

the street, which links Mansehra with Torghar district, remained blocked for around 5 hours leaving motorists and commuters stranded.

Resident Mohammad Jabran said the landslides didn’t harm public existence as there was no vehicle or passenger on the road when they fell down the mountains.

He stated the residents cleared landslides from the street on self-help foundation.

The resident said the repeated requests to the work and communication department for the development of a safety wall alongside the road had fallen on deaf ears.

additionally within the day, the people of Oghi demanded of the leader minister to order an inquiry into the terrible creation of the Oghi-Darband street.

Mohammad Liaquat and others advised newshounds that the road built from the provincial authorities’s budget currently had advanced large cracks, so an inquiry ought to be released to repair duty.

posted in sunrise, July 11th, 2019