Great New for Graduates and PostGruadtes Degree holder to get Elementary and Secondary Education (AJK) EST NTS Jobs 2022 which is announced through the National Testing Service of Pakistan. Complete details of Vacancies, posts education, professional education required, age limit, application forms, how to apply, terms and conditions are mentioned in the advertisement given below on this page.
Elementary and Secondary Education AJK Jobs 2023 NTS Application Forms
How to Apply For Elementary and Secondary Education AJ & K Jobs 2023 by NTS:
Candidates are required to fill the online application form from the below website.
All of the eligible and interested candidates are required to apply online by filling out the application form available on the National Testing Website (NTS) nts.org.pk
Applicants are then required to deposit a test fee of Rs.500/- in any branch of HBL, Meezan or ABL. The bank challan can also be downloaded from the NTS website.
Applicants are then required to attach a copy of paid challan along with a copy of CNIC, 2 passports sized photographs and sent through courier mail to NTS on the address mentioned on the application form.
All of those candidates who are willing to apply for more than 1 post are required to submit a separate application form for each post.
The written test details will be told to the eligible candidates through the NTS website and Roll No. Slips will be dispatched to the candidates mentioned address at least 1 week before the test date.
Incomplete and late application forms will be rejected.
No TA / DA will be admissible for tests or interviews.
For more information, we request you to please refer to the advertisement attached below. Send your application form to the following address of NTS headquarter Islamabad.
Address: NTS Headquarter, Plot 96, Street No. 4, Sector H-8/1, Islamabad.
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Elementary Education in AJ&K Jobs 2023
AJ&K elementary education is considered from class 1 class 8 class, which is further segregated into Primary and Middle-level education. The medium of instruction was generally Urdu but partially English. However, with the implementation of new curricula 2006-07, the English medium has been introduced in all public sector schools.
Education is imparted in all categories of schools from primary schools to HSS in AJK having the same curriculum for males and females and for rural and urban areas. The focus of this level education is on strengthening foundations of first and second languages, Mathematics and science. Despite numerous economic difficulties challenges and fiscal constraints, GOAJK is committed to keeping primary/elementary education on priority in her development and recurring budget with an allocation of 9.6 % and 34.6 % respectively, which fairly good share.
After the 18th amendment, the National Education Policy 2009 is being implemented with strong commitment in AJ&K and many of its proposed policy actions have already been initiated under education reforms that include the provision of missing facilities, improvement of teacher education, upgrading of schools, and implementation of New Curriculum of 2006-07, etc.
The GOAJK considerable emphasis on strengthening the education sector led to wonderful improvement overtime. There were only 291 educational institutions of which only five were female schools at the time of independence in 1947, which witnessed a tremendous increase since then pushing the number of educational institutions is exceeding 6000 of which 2862 are female wherein elementary education is part of all public, private and semi govt. schools spread over in AJK.
Elementary Education Institutions in AJ&K
In absolute term, total elementary schools observed commendable improvement in due course of time as the number these schools increased from 284 to 5214 showing 18 fold rise while primary school went up from 254 to 4151 and middle school increased from 30 to 1008 with 16 and 33 fold increase respectively in due course of time.
Whereas, gender-wise – male and female number of institutions – is also very significant. At the primary stage, the male and female institutions increased by 9 and 47 fold respectively while at the middle stage this increase, in turn, is 18 and 49 fold. Besides 776 higher and higher also imparting primary education thus pushing this increase further up.
The female share out of total 291 (only 5 for female) was 1.71%) in 1947 that increased to 46.30% in 2013 showing significant performance in terms of gender balance and access for female but still much to because improper geographical location, inadequate facilities, difficult terrain, teacher quality and absenteeism with inadequate facilities may toll the efforts for promoting female education and redressing gender gap with greater equity and better access. The education in the overall term should be more relevant purpose-oriented and demand-driven instead of supply-driven and viable in order to enhance its demand in the community and parents for their kids.