KARACHI - Competent authorities of the World Bank, working in Pakistan, has shown dissatisfaction over the authenticity of the recruitment tests for the vacant posts of teachers, conducted by Sindh University Jamshoro. They asked Sindh Education Department to defer the recruitment test for the vacant posts of Junior School Teachers (JST) also, The Nation learnt on Friday. A well-placed source in the education department said that World Bank had provided Rs50.5 million to the education department to conduct the recruitment test for the vacant posts of JST, HST (Higher School Teachers) and PST (Primary School Teachers). But WB found many flaws and complaints of corruption in the JST test, while as per the Sindh University, the JST test had successfully been held on April 25 in the whole province without any report of unpleasant incident. He said, World Bank is concerned over the unnecessary consumption of money as the Sindh University has failed to hold the recruitment tests for the vacant posts of PST in the whole province, which was scheduled to be held on April 26. Now the recruitment tests for PST are rescheduled to be held on May 19 in 10 districts of Sindh, while in other districts it will be held on May 24. He said tests for the vacant posts of HST would be rearranged on May 10 at Karachi National Stadium, only for the candidates of Karachi. The education department has provided only Rs1.3 million for arranging recruitment tests for the said three categories in the metropolis. However, two tests, HST and PST, will be rearranged in the City. Although the arrangements for the tests, made by Hanif Rajpot Caterer, at the Karachi National Stadium were not sufficient enough for the candidates. Despite the poor performance of Sindh University Jamshoro in conducting such recruitment tests, the university is charging Rs500 per head from the Sindh Education Department. It is pertinent to mention here that the chief minister, taking notice of corruption and flaws in the test, had directed the authority concerned to reorganise the test peacefully and transparently, and said that the copy culture should be discouraged to maintain merit in the recruitment of teachers. The reputation of the Sindh University has drastically been exposed during the holding of these recruitment tests. Meanwhile, EDO Education Ibrahim Kumbher has formed a three-member enquiry committee to probe into the reports of issuance of illegal admit cards receipts for the recruitment tests of the vacant posts of teachers from Karimabad DO Office. The committee comprises on DO Secondary Male Shabbir Jokhio, DO Secondary Female Khurshid Fatima and DO Academic Training Siddique Baloch. The committee is directed to complete and furnish reports within a week. The EDO formed the committee on the reports that Karimabad DO Office, allegedly, issued receipts of admit cards, following the announcement of Sindh University Jamshoro for the candidates of HST, JST and PST to bring their original NIC and admit cards or receipts of admit cards for the test.