By Ashrafuddin Pirzada
LANDIKOTAL: The Khyber district education office on Friday launched a one-window operation to facilitate the education department employees and save time to address their problems in a maximum short time.
An opening ceremony was arranged at the district education of Khyber which was attended by a large number of teachers and education department employees.
Newly posted district education officer Muhammad Shaukat and assistant district education officer Khan Azam Afridi formally inaugurated the office established at the district education office compound in Jamrud tehsil of Khyber district.
Talking to the media district education officer Muhammad Shaukat said that the purpose of the one-window operation is to assist those visit the education office. He said not only teaching staff but none teaching staff and community members could also be benefited from the operation.
He said the office was established on the directives of the provincial education minister who strictly follows this kind of operation in the rest of the districts in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. He said the program would be run under the guideline and supervision of director Khyber Pakhtunkhwa doctor Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim who was taking a keen interest in resolving teachers’ issues.
The official said the one-window operation not only ensures the quality of education but it would also enhances liaison between the education staff and local residents.
“It will save the time of both applicants and officials to deliver the best possible services in a maximum short time”, said DEO.
He said it was a long and difficult chain of the process for education employees to process their applications. He said it was his prime duty to help district Khyber people, especially teachers.
The official hoped that they would increase educational activities so that the education ratio could further go up in the coming years. He said luckily Khyber became the third district after Abbottabad and Mansehra where a one-window operation was launched in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province.
The official urged teachers and other staff members to work honestly for the quality of education that would motivate parents to register theirs out-of-school children.