Education Department Introduces New Ex-Pakistan Teacher Leave Policy

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Education Department Introduces New Ex-Pakistan Teacher Leave Policy

The Higher Education Department has introduced a new policy regarding ex-Pakistan leave for teachers. According to this policy, teachers seeking study leave must submit a surety bond of Rs 2.5 million.

 The Department has issued a notification detailing this new policy for teachers and employees and requested information on all current ex-Pakistan leave cases.

The notification states that all candidates applying for leave must submit a surety bond, with those applying for study leave specifically required to provide a bond of Rs. 2.5 million.

 Additionally, if a teacher or employee does not complete their degree after taking study leave, they must repay the salary received during that period.

Meanwhile, the provincial government of Punjab has announced plans to recruit thousands of teachers in the coming weeks.

The recruitment process will be overseen by Provincial Minister of Education Sikandar Hayat, following the directives of Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz Sharif.

The recruits will be subject specialist teachers, and the Public Service Commission will manage the recruitment process.

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