KP Cabinet approves regularizing services of teachers hired on ad-hoc basis

This bill will help 58,000 teachers who have been appointed on merit against sanctioned posts in multiple categories and are serving in schools around the province. 

KP Cabinet approves regularizing services of teachers hired on ad-hoc basis

During its 75th cabinet meeting, the KP government approved the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Teachers Bill 2021. This will allow regularizing the services of teachers, who were hired on ad-hoc basis through NTS in the province since 2017.

This bill will help 58,000 teachers who have been appointed on merit against sanctioned posts in multiple categories and are serving in schools around the province.

KP Chief Minister Mahmood Khan supervised the cabinet meeting, and other members like the Senior Member Board of Revenue, Additional Chief Secretary, and Administrative Secretaries of departments also took part.

Public Service

Special Assistant to the Chief Minister on Information and Public Relations, Barrister Muhammad Ali Saif said that the cabinet has approved 38 new Public Services of six departments. The Rights to Services Commission has finalized and refined these departments, after holding sessions with secretaries and different tiers of the Departments.

These new Public Services include issuing fitness certificates to vehicles, pollution control certificates, sanitation in areas of TMAs, streetlights, NOC for the establishment of fruit makers and scholarships, etc. They will be delivered by the concerned departments.

The Chief Minister announced Rs100,000 million for the heirs of the deceased girl student who lost her life in a wall collapse in Dir and Rs100,000 for each of those injured in the incident. The school was also re-named after the girl.

The cabinet approved the transfer of state land, measuring 7 kanals and 18 Marlas, to Tehsil municipal administration Domel, District Bannu for constructing its office building.

KP Mining of Minor Minerals

Similarly, the ‘Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Mining of Minor Minerals from River Bed Rules, 2022,’ was also approved. These have been prepared following the recommendations of the Cabinet sub-committee.

These rules will contribute toward regulating and protecting natural courses of rivers, and allied infrastructure along with promoting scientific mining activities in riverbeds.

The cabinet has also approved fines of Rs0.5 million to Rs1.5 billion on illegal mining.

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