Teachers asked to inculcate civic sense in students
     
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| 11/11/2017 12:00:00 AM
MINGORA: Swat Deputy Commissioner Amir Afaq on Friday directed the schools` heads to take steps for improving the learning environment and inculcating civics sense in the students.

He stated this during surprise visits to different government schools across the district on Friday.

During a visit to the government high school, Nawey Kalay in Kanju, he found some students and teachers absent and ordered disciplinary action against them.

The deputy commissioner also checked attendance, cleanliness, discipline and progress on annual school census in the schools and also awarded talented students with prizes.

`Teachers should tal(e their responsibility of educating the young generation seriously and they must focus on preparing them for the challenges of the modern world,` Mr Afaq stressed.

He also paid visits to revenue offices in Matta, Khwazakhela and Kabal tehsils where he checked records. He directed the revenue staff to deal with the public politely and resolve their issues without wasting time.

`All the government staff here are public servants and it is their responsibility to carry out their duties in a pleasant way and leave no stone unturned in their service to general public,` he stressed.

The deputy commissioner also visited the Khwazakhela tehsil hospital and met several patients.

He directed the hospital staff to provide best medical services to the patients.Correspondent
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