Pakistan Labour Federation (PLF) demanded the Management to stop the discrimination against. the women teachers of the junior sections of Islamabad’s model colleges feel The reason is that the Capital Administration and Development Division (CADD) has returned their promotion cases to the Federal Directorate of Education after sitting on them for more than seven months but promoted many lecturers of the senior sections as assistant professors (BPS-18). In November 2017, the FDE had sent the CADD the cases of 28 model college teachers (BPS-17), including 17 of senior sections and 11 of junior sections, for promotion as assistant professors and assistant headmistresses, respectively. After procrastinating for months, the CADD promoted all 17 senior section teachers but sent the cases of junior section teachers back to the FDE saying their latest performance evaluation reports (PERs) are missing. The junior section teachers, many serving in the same basic pay scale for years, declared the act discriminatory and it was ironic that they were denied promotion but all contemporaries in senior sections got promotion. Mrs Atia Saleem Chairperson (PLF) and President All Pakistan Educational Employees Association said denial of the right to promotion due to the red-tape had demoralized junior section teachers. and “Disappointment and frustration has swept women teachers, who feel ignored, discouraged, humiliated, demoralized and discriminated against She urge the CADD secretary for intervention to end discrimination against junior section teachers by ensuring early promotion. Continue reading
Use of ICT in Education
Leadership Development Training – 2075
23-27 July 2018
New Baneshwor, Kathmandu
United All Nepal Teachers’ Organization (UANTO)
in association with
Nepal Government, Ministry of Education, Department of Education
Introduction of the Course
United All Nepal Teachers’ Organization (UANTO) in association with Nepal Government, Ministry of Education, Department of Education, organized a 5-day training on “Use of ICT in Education & Leadership Development” from 23 July to 27 July 2018 at Krishna Vog Party Palace, New Baneshwor, Kathmandu.
The Training program aimed at developing the leadership skills as well as improving the capacity of teachers of the public schools of Nepal so that they could use ICT and the 21st century learning skills in their day-to-day activities in teaching and learning process. The goal of these trainings was to enable the teachers and educators to be sufficiently prepared, confident and competent in making full use of the benefits of these wonderful facilities in and out of the classroom.
The training courses offered an opportunity to get to know how to use ICT, its benefits, importance and strategies in a harmonized way for creating a better learning environment and addressing the digital divide.
Objectives of the Course
⦁ To enable teachers become competent in innovatively employing the tools of technology to supplement their traditional teaching methods and thereby achieve enhanced student-learning environment.
⦁ To enhance ICT literacy and confidence among teachers.
⦁ To provide an overview and understanding of educational policies explicitly dealing with ICT integration. Continue reading
Athens, July 30th 2018
FISE Meeting for teachers, Sri Lanka September 14th 2018
Dear Colleagues in education,
FISE and WFTU jointly invite a teacher delegate from your trade union in the teachers’ meeting of Asia under the theme:
“The Resolutions of the FISE Congress that took place with great success in Mexico and the priorities for the trade unions in education”.
In the meeting the WFTU General Secretary, George Mavrikos will also take part.
To register you may use the following emails:
With militant Greetings,