Monday, July 4, 2022

Punjab School education department to monitor funds online

The Department of School Education in Punjab has now decided to conduct online monitoring of funds.

Disclosing this here on Tuesday, a spokesperson of school education department said that the department taken this decision to give further push to the campaign of Education Minister Mr. Vijay Inder Singla to bring transparency in the education department. He said that the school education department has developed a new software for monitoring the funds released by the department. Now school heads/BPOs have been directed to register the  details of funds and expenditure on e-Punjab portal. Earlier it used to take a long time to get the data from the district offices about the funds released.

MUST READ  DGP Punjab chairs high level meet in Amritsar, Jalandhar to review law and order

According to the spokesperson, online monitoring would not only increase transparency in the matter of funds but would also speed up the working process. He further said that all school heads and BPOs have been directed to keep the data ready at all times. He said that the data available on the portal would be considered final and school heads and BPOs no longer need to send hard copies to the district offices in this regard.

Latest news

MUST READ  63 Indian cities In 100 most polluted places on Earth

Newspaper columnist writes Nick Kyrgios should be deported, faces backlash for racism

A column published in a major Australian newspaper that suggested tennis ace Nick Kyrgios should surrender his passport and be deported has been labelled...

READ what new is coming up on OTT

July 7: The Gone Game S2 on Voot Select Season 2 of this hit series dives into the post-pandemic world where secrets of the lockdown...

Delays at Sydney Airport as wet weather, staff shortages add to flyers’ woes

Staff shortages, wet weather and school holidays have seen Sydney Airport plunged into chaos again today as hundred of thousands of travellers flood through check-in gates. Huge queues across...

Five police cars hit in two separate Melbourne crashes

Five police cars have been damaged in Melbourne in two separate incidents just hours apart. Fortunately, no police officers were injured as civilian drivers crashed into the police cars. Officers...

Related news

Newspaper columnist writes Nick Kyrgios should be deported, faces backlash for racism

A column published in a major Australian newspaper that suggested tennis ace Nick Kyrgios should surrender his passport and be deported has been labelled...

Delays at Sydney Airport as wet weather, staff shortages add to flyers’ woes

Staff shortages, wet weather and school holidays have seen Sydney Airport plunged into chaos again today as hundred of thousands of travellers flood through check-in gates. Huge queues across...

Five police cars hit in two separate Melbourne crashes

Five police cars have been damaged in Melbourne in two separate incidents just hours apart. Fortunately, no police officers were injured as civilian drivers crashed into the police cars. Officers...

Sydney’s West in a mess as evacuations progress, trains delayed

A number of Cattai residents will have to evacuate their homes by 2pm, the NSW SES has warned. All properties in the community's west along...

‘Life-threatening flood emergency’ in Sydney

Sydney residents are facing a "life-threatening flood emergency" with thousands of people forced to leave their homes and over a hundred rescues. Dozens of evacuation...

Brisbane female jockey fighting for life after fall in NSW race

A promising Brisbane jockey is fighting for life after falling off a horse during a race. Leah Kilner, 24, is in a critical condition after...

Footy fans bash up player in Melbourne

Sporting authorities are investigating after a match erupted into chaos in Melbourne, as a mob of fired-up fans bashed a player in the crowd who...