Sindh Increases Budget for Public Sector Universities

Sindh Education  Department chief advisor and the head of the curriculum Fauzia Khan said that teachers will be given a facility

Sindh Increases Budget for Public Sector Universities
The Sindh Education Department has launched a scholarship program for teachers to pursue higher education. Sources told media that Sindh teachers who interested in taking admissions in B. Ed given 50% discount for 1.5 and 2.5 years degree program. Additionally, the B. Ed degree holder teachers  also promoted by the government. Sindh Education  Department chief advisor and the head of the curriculum Fauzia Khan said that teachers will be given a facility to pay fees in easy instalments for taking admissions in PhD She added that the facility will be given to the government educators. Government teachers can enroll in the Institute of Business Management (IoBM) University and those with B. Ed degrees granted early promotions. The Sindh cabinet approved a teachers’ licensing policy to provide legal protection to educators. Two teachers’ training institutes transferred to the Sindh Teachers Education Development Authority (STEDA) and a board established to oversee training and issue licenses. A B.Ed or M.Ed degree has required for a professional license and license holders can apply for Grade 16 positions but further training is necessary for promotions. A STEDA board formed, chaired by the Minister for Education and including high-ranking department officials, to issue licenses and oversee training.