672 faculty headmasters booked over corruption in furnishings buy

RAJANPUR: Over 600 faculty headmasters are booked over embezzlement fees of Rs 46.9 million in Rajanpur district of the Punjab province, ARY NEWS reported.

Aside from the 672 headmasters, 30 officers of the schooling division had been additionally nominated in a case pertaining to deprave practices within the Rs 100 million funds allotted for faculties.

The motion was taken on the report of the anti-corruption division in Bahawalpur, which identified embezzlement within the funds allotted to colleges for the acquisition of furnishings.

Every of the college was given an quantity between a million rupees and 1.three million rupees for buying furnishings, nevertheless a majority of the fund was not utilized for the mentioned goal.

The technical crew of the anti-corruption division carried out a probe into the the matter on the directives of its director and located irregularities value Rs 46.9 million in a Rs 100 million mission.

On December 05, district authorities in Karachi directed motion in opposition to late-coming and habitual-absentee academics.

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The choice was conveyed by the district Central administration to the principals of the faculties inside its jurisdiction on Wednesday.

The district monitoring crew has noticed throughout its go to to colleges that often an absence from responsibility with out prior approval is marked as informal go away from the college principals.

The directives whereas addressing the difficulty, mentioned any off from the college with out prior approval will likely be marked as an absent. Academics had been additionally requested to mark their attendance within the presence of college headmasters.

It was additional directed {that a} strict motion can be taken in opposition to anybody within the faculty marking attendance of the others.



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