TIMERGARA - ABDULLAH MADNI - Education experts at a Parents Day function on Saturday called upon teachers, parents, society and state to create strong coordination aimed at ensuring provision of standard education at government institutions. The function was organised at the Government Higher Secondary School Chakdara with a local leader of Qaumi Watan Party (QWP) Muhammad Ishaq in the chair. Besides heads of schools, teachers and students and notables of the area were also present on the occasion. Principal Muhammad Tahir Khan shared the progress report and spoke about shortage of basic facilities, including furniture, IT teachers, classrooms and laboratories in the school. Students of the school presented Qirat, naat, national anthem, national songs and speeches during the function. Former president of all Teachers Association Mushtaqur Rahman, Principal Humayun Khan, Principal Tahir Khan, senior teacher Bahrawar Sher, former UC nazim Abdul Wadood, former students of the school Syed Zafar Ali Shah, Ahmad Shah and Bakht Zamin addressed the function. They said the standard of education could not be enhanced until a strong coordination among schools, parents, society and the state is created. Condemning the tradition of cheating during examinations, they said the menace is gnawing roots of the nation. They said the government should take practical steps for improvement of education in government institutions. According to the ruling PTI, the government has been battling to better education system to bring in change. KEMU convocation on 3rd The annual convocation of King Edward Medical University, Lahore will be held on Tuesday (June 03, 2014). On the occasion, the position holder graduates will be given awards and shields by the chief guest. The convocation will start at 9: 00 am.This news was published in The Nation newspaper. Read complete newspaper of 01-Jun-2014 here.