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Well come to the beautiful land of Malakand. Our school is situated in the heart of Malakand Batkhela at the left bank of upper swat canal ,beautiful hilly scenery at the south and north .educational institutions surrounds it where government degree college for women at the south ,government girls community model school at the north ,government centennial model school for boys and government degree college for men at the west .the staff of our sc...
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Govt: Primary School Upper Batkhela
Govt: Primary School Upper Batkhela
Mohalla Amin Abad Batkhela, Malakand, Pakistan
Contacts:  923135588109, 03339492463, 03469477440


KARAK, Oct 21: Director Khyber Pakhtunkhwa elementary and secondary education Rafique Khattak has said that 10,000 teachers of different cadres will be recruited to overcome teachers’ shortage in government schools in the province. Talking to a delegation of Tanzeem-i-Asateza, Karak chapter, here on Monday, he said a summary in this regard had been sent to the chief minister for approval after which the recruitment process would begin. He said that the meetings of departmental promotion committees would be convened to finalise the process of teachers’ promotion and upgradation. Mr Khattak said that the incumbent government was determined to fill all vacant posts in the educational institutions on priority basis. On the occasion, leader of the teachers’ delegation, Khairullah Khawari assured Mr Khattak that the teachers would extend full cooperation to the government in the reform process in the larger interest of students. Meanwhile, the All Primary Teachers Association has demanded of the government to end political interference in the education department and cancel all the politically-motivated transfers of teachers. The demand was made at a meeting held here Monday. On the occasion, APTA district president Javed Iqbal Khattak said the association had extended full support to the reforms agenda of the government, but undue political interference in the affairs of education department created unrest among teachers. The meeting threatened to launch a protest movement if transfers made on political affiliations were not cancelled.