LAHORE: The Punjab Education Foundation’s (PEF) monitoring and evaluation (M&E) department on Tuesday started inspection of its partner schools in the province.
A PEF spokesperson said partner school owners should pay special attention to maintenance of school record, including the attendance registers along with admission withdrawal register of students, teachers’ attendance and salary.
She said the school owners should update account registers, cashbooks, teachers’ educational and experience data, complete record of education vouchers (only for EVS partner schools), monthly student update file, students’ admission and school-leaving certificates and students’ progress report files as well as parent-teacher school council record, stock and property registers and the file of notification issued by the Punjab government.
She said attendance record of the students of all classes in the new session should be ready in student information system (SIS) and duly signed by the head of the organisation.
The spokesperson said the owners should extend their full cooperation to the monitoring and evaluation officer (MEO) during the inspection of schools to ensure the availability of necessary facilities and good infrastructure.
She said school owners must provide students with the best sitting arrangement with natural light, exhaust fans for ventilation of classrooms and sanitation facilities.
She said the school owners should also provide clean drinking water to students and ensure cleaning of [water] tank after every three months. She said cleaning of toilets should be given priority.
Published in Dawn, September 5th, 2018