Bad news for Sindh teachers avoiding digital attendance.

KARACHI -- The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Saturday ordered to withhold salaries of government teachers who are not marking their digital attendance through Sindh School Daily Monitoring System (SSDMS), media reported.

According to details, the high court issued the order while hearing a petition seeking education reforms in Sindh.

Ordering to withhold salaries of government teachers, the SHC directed the authorities to ensure attendance on online application - Sindh School Daily Monitoring System (SSDMS).

During the hearing, the provincial education secretary noted that a majority of educationists were making excuses of 'not having a smartphone'.

Meanwhile, the SHC chief justice expressed his displeasure and said 'not having a smartphone and...

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