Submission of daily Attendance to QAED Punjab till 0815am
QUAID-E-AZAM ACADEMY FOR EDUCATIONAL
DEVELOPMENT, GOVT. OF THE PUNJAB,
WAHDAT COLONY, LAHORE
Dated: 04- August, 2020
All the Principals/Heads,
Quaid-e-Azam Academics for Educational Development (QAEDs), Punjab.
Subject: SUBMISSION OF DAILY ATTENDANCE TO QAED PUNJAB
As per direction of the Director General Quaid-e-Aram Academy for Educational Development (QAED) Punjab, all Principals district QAEDs are instructed to submit daily attendance of their staff to the QAED Punjab till 08:15am on daily basis.
2. Deputy Director QAEDs, is hereby nominated as ‘Focal Person who will be responsible to present the summary before the competent authority.
3. QAED Punjab has developed a google share excel based attendance sheet wherein all Principals are requested to enter their data till O8:15am. The link of google share is being sent to all district QAEDs via email.
(MUHAMMAD ZAHID MUKHTAR)
Assistant Director(Admn , QAEDs)
(i) All Regional Programme Manager, QAED Punjab.
(ii) PS to the Director General, QAED Punjab.
(iii) PS to the Additional Director General, QAED Punjab.
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