‘Computer teachers being recruited for FG schools’

Islamabad – Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Dr Tariq Fazal Chaudhary on Wednesday apprised the Senate that over 200 candidates had been shortlisted for recruitment as computer teachers in the federal government schools.

Replying to a calling attention notice raised by Col (R )Tahir Hussain Mashhadi regarding non-availability of computer teachers in federal government schools and colleges, the minister said that there were 97 sanctioned post of computer teachers and out of them, 31 posts were lying vacant. He conceded that there was shortage of computer teachers in the schools. However, he said that now teachers were being recruited to overcome the shortage. The minister said that computer was being taught as compulsory subject from class 6 in the federal government schools.

He said that under the PM Education Reforms Programme, computer and science laboratories were also being set up in the schools and colleges.


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