While presiding over a meeting in his office here on Tuesday, the Sindh Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar directed education department secretaries to ensure the implementation of deceased quota and wedlock policy.
He said that there should be no violation of court orders in this regard and if any maladjustment or any irregularities are found, strict actions against the perpetrators would be taken.
Secretary Colleges Dr Riyaz Memon and Special Secretary Schools Aliya Shahid also attended the meeting.
Jam Mehtab said that if the government didn’t accommodate its employees legally, they couldn’t expect them to work sincerely.
“Their legal rights must be given to them without any delay,” he said.
The special secretary informed the minister that 350 applications on the deceased quota have so far been processed.
The minister also directed them to submit the SNE report as soon as possible. He said that the government was committed to empowering women and that the wedlock policy would be implemented after the verification of relevant documents.
Jam Mehtab Hussain also paid a surprise visit to an NJV School. During his visit, he directed XEN Education Works and Services to complete the civil work still remaining til the end of January next year. He also asked the relevant officers to ensure proper mess and hostelling facilities for the students and suggesting the introduction of a biometric attendance system to curb absenteeism.
The visit also revealed the installation of 100 CCTV cameras at the school.