For many years, Pakistan’s education industry has been under persistent attack. Many well-educated people still do not consider teaching a viable career option, and one of the major reasons for this is the bad working conditions and low pay. Pakistan’s overall student enrolment ratio has surely increased, but instructors are the ones who face many problems regularly. The disparity in systems of different academic establishments is one of the primary reasons why most professors are underpaid. The revenue ratio is poor, and schools and universities must go through various time-consuming administrative procedures.
Although there is some positive news about the announcement that 89 thousand educator slots in government schools across Punjab are empty, the recruiting process has been on hold for the past three years. According to the information, Lahore has 2987 vacant seats, Sialkot has 5329 vacant seats, Faisalabad has 4457 vacant seats, and Gujranwala has 4265 vacant seats Sargodha has 3953 vacant teacher positions. The recruitment procedure will begin soon, as per the school education department.
PST has 25,112 seats, ESE Science has 16,298 seats, EST General has 5,494 seats, ESE Arts has 8,769 seats, Headmaster has 2,336 seats, Grade 19 Principal has 615 seats, Grade 20 Principal has 203 seats, SST General has 1030 seats, SST Science has 1766 seats, and Urdu instructors have 2,000 seats.
The number of available seats in each district, so according to school department documents, is as follows:
6. DG Khan:2369
10. Hafiz Abad:1071
20. Mandi Bahauddin:1678
25. Pakpattan Khan:1313
27. Rahim Yar Khan:3907
33. Toba Tek Singh:1969
The recruiting process will begin soon, according to the Department of Schools.