Provincial government hires one teacher for 40 students
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Provincial government hires one teacher for 40 students

Peshawar : Pakistan | Jan 04, 2013 at 5:42 PM PST
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Peshawar, Provincial education department hire the one teacher formula in Peshawar, which is now teaching to 40 students in provincial capital Peshawar school. Currently 9172 are teacher teaching in Peshawar district schools. According to available date of the education department 3573 female and 5599 male teachers are teaching in different schools of Peshawar.

According to education department currently 65 schools are under construction in district Peshawar. Which will be started in 2014 and students will get education. 1395 schools are running in district Peshawar in which 325816 students is studying in provincial capital. The primary schools in provincial level are 652, where 139589 students studying. Compare to female students in provincial capital 450 schools are open in which 95250 students are studying.

Total 147 schools are middle in which 80 for boys and 67 are for female students in district Peshawar. The strength of the girls in middle level is 10664 boys and 6622 are female students. 119 are high schools in Peshawar, in which 77 for boys and 42 for girls students. There 29525 boy’s students and 20000 female students studying in high school level.

According to education department 27 higher secondary schools now in running position at Peshawar, 18 are for boys and 9 for girls students. Education department confirmed those 14846 boys and 10320 girls students studying in higher secondary level at provincial capital Peshawar.

musarrat ullah jan is based in Peshawar, North West Frontier, Pakistan, and is a Reporter on Allvoices.
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