Government of the Punjab, Literacy & Non-Formal Basic Education Department invites online applications from eligible candidates for registration as Potential Teachers under the TALEEM Programme in five (05) districts of South Punjab I.e. Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan (Taunsa Included), Muzaffargarh, Rahim Yar Khan & Rajanpur based on the following eligibility criteria:
Age: 18 years & above
Qualification: Minimum Intermediate (higher/ professional qualification will be preferred)
CNIC: Compulsory Remuneration: Rs. 12,500/month
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Literacy Punjab Govt Jobs Advertisement www.literacy.punjab.gov.pk Jobs 2022
This recruitment is open to both male and female applicants looking for Teachers Jobs in Punjab. Transgender persons can apply as well.
How to Apply on Literacy Punjab Govt Jobs Advertisement www.literacy.punjab.gov.pk Jobs 2022
i. Candidate will visit the website of the department at https://literacy.punjab.gov.pk/ for registration.
ii. Candidate will be bound to register a minimum of for (10) Out-of-School-Children (below primary level) in the age group of 8-14 years in his/ her community otherwise registration will not be completed.
iii. For facilitating the registration process, Video Tutorial is available on the website of the department.
Terms & Conditions for Literacy Punjab Govt Jobs:
i. Teacher shall be appointed purely on a part-time/ time-bound / honorary/ contract basis for a period of one (01) year (extendable on satisfactory performance).
ii. Selected teachers will arrange one room of suitable size for the establishment of the Centre.
Teachers will be hired on a year-long temporary, honorary contract basis (extendable on satisfactory performances).
The Last Date to Apply for Literacy Punjab Govt Jobs Advertisement www.literacy.punjab.gov.pk Jobs 2022
iii. Applications must be submitted no later than 20-11-2022. Late applications will not be entertained.
iv. Applications submitted by hand or through courier/ postal service will not be entertained.
South Punjab cities including Bahawalpur, Dera Ghazi Khan, Muzaffargarh, Rahim Yar Khan, and Rajanpur all require teachers for the Taleem Program, which is operated by the Literacy and Non-Formal Basic Education Department.
In case of any query, the candidate may contact the Director (Operations), Directorate General of Literacy & Non-Formal Basic Education, Punjab, Lahore on 042-99205428 during office hours between 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM or through email id: [email protected] / WhatsApp No: 0306-9214541 (message only).
FAQS about Adopt a Non-Formal School
Q. What is a Non-Formal school?
A. Non-Formal schools operated by the Literacy & Non-Formal Basic Education Department, Government of the Punjab consist of multi-grade, single-teacher, one-room schools for out-of-school children. At present, certificate-based programs are offered at Non-formal schools till the primary level (class 5). Currently, the department is operating 13,519 schools with an enrollment of around 450,000 students. The average number of students at a school is 33.
Q. Why adopt a school?
A. Children enrolled at Non-Formal schools constitute the most marginalized segments of society such as slum dwellers, internally displaced persons, brick kiln workers, nomads, gipsies etc. The majority of the learners consist of females (56%). These kids do not enjoy access to formal education opportunities due to a variety of reasons and cannot even afford the most basic items such as school bags, colour pencils, notebooks & face masks etc. While the department is ensuring payment of honorarium to teachers and provision of textbooks to students etc., your support to these deserving children can make a world of difference in improving the learning environment at Non-Formal Schools.
Q. What are the steps involved in school adoption?
- Interested parties can contact the concerned DEO Literacy (District Education Officer; government servant) of their district for signing the adoption agreement.
As the school has to be specified in the adoption agreement, the preference of the donor would be taken. If he doesn’t specify any particular school, District Education Officer (Literacy) can share particulars of any three schools with him (location, class strength etc.) and the school to be adopted can be finalized accordingly.
The Adoption Agreement would be signed and a copy would be dispatched to the Director of Operations at the headquarters. The donor would be requested to provide the minimum required items within 10-15 days. (link)
For replenishing the perishable items such as covid supplies and stationery, the donor would be approached on a monthly or quarterly basis as per his preference. Contact info of 36 District Education Officers
Can the donors give cash?
A. No, cash would not be accepted. Only assistance in kind would be accepted. A list of essential and optional items can be viewed in the link below.
List of Items
1. Mandatory Essential items:
Covid Supplies (Recurring)
1 2 boxes of masks. ( Per Month)
2 500 ml of Sanitizer bottles. (Per Month)
Stationery Items (Recurring)
4 Colour Pencils
6 Drawing Sheet
Miscellaneous (One Time)
8 White Board (One Time)
9 Plastic Mat or rolling carpet (One Time)
10 Water cooler for drinking water (One Time)
11 Board Games
13 School Bags for Learners.
14 Geometry box/pouch
15 Water Bottles for every learner.
2. Additional/Optional Items
1 Chalk Board (Chalks)
2 Tables for the teacher.
3 Chair for Teacher
4 Temperature Gun.
5 One pair of shoes & one set of uniform
6 Badminton rackets & Cricket Supplies in
Schools with Ground Space.
7 One book rack
8 Co-curricular Books for ages 5-16
Q. What would be the net worth of assistance?
A. At the time of adoption, listed items amounting to approximately Rs.33,000-35,000 would be provided in kind by the donor List of Items Subsequently, the donor would be required to provide Covid supplies and stationery items amounting to Rs 8000-10,000 on a quarterly basis.
Q. What would be the privileges of the donor?
A. After the formal adoption of schools, donors would be provided with a profile of the school and would be entitled to receive a monthly progress report of activities of the adopted school. Photos/videos of in-class activities or special events would also be shared with them. They would also be invited as chief guests on special occasions. Donors can visit the adopted school, however, the date of the visit must be communicated (by the donor) to Focal Person at least 48 hrs before the visit so that the Focal Person and members of the school management committee are also present. A plaque or a brick carrying the name of the donor can also be affixed inside the school premises with the consent of the teacher. The contributions of the donors can also be given on social media pages of the department’s social media pages and even on local media by the concerned District Education Officer (Literacy). However, prior permission would be sought from the donor before such publicity.
Q. What is the duration of the adoption agreement?
A. The agreement would be signed by the Philanthropist/donor & the District Education Officer (Literacy) of the concerned district for a period of 1 year. It can be renewed on yearly basis.
Q. Can the agreement be revoked before one year?
A. The donor can withdraw from the adoption agreement at any time. The agreement can also be revoked by the District Education Officer and Director of Operations if there are solid grounds for cancellation of the agreement such as:
i. Non-provision of essential items, or quarterly supplies within the stipulated time.
ii. Reports are received of the donor’s involvement in any dubious/illegal/criminal activities.
iii. Objectionable conduct of donor with students or teacher.
iv. Any other serious matter which warrants revocation in the opinion of the District Education Officer (Literacy) and Director of Operations.
Q. Can the NGOs/companies adopt schools?
A. Yes, but their procedure is different from that of individual donors. (NOC has to be obtained from the Home department etc.) Interested parties can contact Phone No.+924299204548.
Q. What is the maximum number of schools that can be adopted?
A. There is no upper cap on the number of schools to be adopted by a single donor. Depending upon his/her resources and willingness, he/she can adopt as many schools as he/she wants.
For any additional queries and complaints, our Focal Person can be reached through email and contact number.
Name of Focal Person: Mr Rana Abdul Raouf
Designation: Deputy Director (Budget), Finance & Planning Wing
Email ID:[email protected]