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Ban on teachers’ recruitment in Sindh removed


KARACHI: The Education Department of Sindh has officially lifted the ban on teacher recruitment in the province, as announced on Monday.

It is worth mentioning that the Sindh government had earlier announced the creation of over 2,500 teaching positions for the fiscal year 2023-24, with the aim of improving the education sector in the province.

In accordance with the notification, the department is now actively seeking information on eligible candidates who have successfully passed the recruitment test.

With the ban removed, the Sindh government is set to begin the recruitment process for primary and junior teachers across schools in the province. This decision comes after Sindh Chief Minister (CM) Syed Murad Ali Shah sanctioned the lifting of the ban in various provincial government departments.

During discussions, cabinet members apprised CM Murad Ali Shah of the substantial number of vacant positions in lower grades within government departments. They emphasized that lifting the recruitment ban would not only enhance departmental efficiency but also provide employment opportunities for the youth.

Acting upon the recommendations of the cabinet, CM Murad Ali Shah endorsed the removal of the ban on recruitment within government departments. Additionally, he instructed Law Minister Ziaul Hassan Lanjar and the Advocate General to pursue legal proceedings to overturn the stay order previously issued against recruitment.

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