The Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa government (KP) has announced that the province will recruit 25,000 teachers and introduce a smart school system soon in the province.
While talking to the media in Peshawar, the KP Minister, Shah Shahram Tarakai informed that the schools in the province will be provided with new furniture with the beginning of new academic session.
He also said, “Provision of quality education in the province is the top priority of the government. 25,000 teachers to be recruited in order to fulfill the shortage”.
Minister Shahram added that to increase the monitoring during examination and eliminate copy culture, the authorities have decided to install cameras inside the examination centres.
“KP government is also constructing student facilitation centres across the province”, he added.
Earlier in 2019, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) had imposed a ban in the province, that prohibited the educational institutions to recruit new teaching staff in all universities of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) province, as it was facing a severe financial crisis.
The commission had in 2019 issued copies of the notification to all Vice Chancellors (VCs) of the universities which reasoned that a financial crisis has occurred in the region.