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SED Releases 3 Billion For NSB Non Salary Budget In 2022-2023 | Punjab School Education Department

NSB for the fiscal year 2022-2023 has been allocated 3 billion rupees in Punjab. In addition to salaries, NSB Non salary budget is used to maintain the school, computer labs, and school environment. First Quarter NSB Budget.

Punjab school education department released details of non-salary budgets. NSB for fiscal years 2022-2023 includes 3 billion PKR.

SED Releases 3 Billion For NSB Non Salary Budget In 2022-2023

You can use this NSB budget for hiring private teachers if any schools lack teachers and for hiring class four staff if any schools have Naib Qasid, Chowkidar, or gatekeepers on this NSB budget. You can also maintain school environments and quality education with it.

NSB Non-Salary Budget 2022-23 issued by Punjab SED

A Punjab school education minister, Murad Raas, is very concerned about providing quality education to government school students. He always tweets about new jobs and transfers for the department on his Twitter account.

The Education Department releases this NSB budget. First, it goes to the CEO’s office, and then it’s distributed by a bank check to all schools in the district.

District-wise NSB First Quarter 2022-2023 For Punjab School Education Department

Check out the first quarter NSB district-wise details of NSB issued by Punjab SED.

Sr.Cost CenterDistrictAmount
1AK4292ATTOCK78,418,505
2BH4340BAHAWALNAGAR151,266,397
3BR4347BAHAWALPUR103,183,339
4BK4340BHAKKAR119,493,938
5CH4249CHAKWAL71,471,734
6CT4099CHINIOT55,006,717
7DG4340D.G. KHAN106,816,544
8FD4447FAISALABAD200,594,827
9GA4310GUJRANWALA129,409,527
10GT4340GUJRAT92,552,062
11HF4340HAFIZABAD57,413,038
12JG4340JHANG129,457,321
13JM4340JHELUM53,714,544
14KS4173KASUR103,557,336
15KW4129KHANEWAL117,862,346
16KB4243KHUSHAB70,038,262
17LO5230LAHORE117,189,309
18LY4152LAYYAH133,743,241
19LN4340LODHRAN57,481,293
20MB4340MANDI BAHA UD DIN57,100,894
21MI4340MIANWALI87,911,390
22MN4555MULTAN109,198,137
23MH4230MUZAFFARGARH136,780,578
24NK4170NANKANA SAHIB52,007,176
25NL4340NAROWAL75,387,999
26OK4165OKARA100,275,230
27PK5076PAKPATTAN81,272,956
28RN4165RAHIMYAR KHAN196,392,219
29RP4340RAJANPUR81,504,392
30RI4604RAWALPINDI134,419,122
31SL4340SAHIWAL101,062,327
32SG4341SARGODHA129,612,167
33SA4340SHEIKHUPURA99,794,937
34ST4177SIALKOT111,733,638
35TS4292T.T.SINGH120,432,938
36VR5002VEHARI106,443,620
Grand Total3,730,000,000

Minister Murad Raas dreams of providing quality education to government school teachers. Visit FSc Online for more latest updates on education

  • The revised NSB Formula to disburse Budgets in Schools is based on different things.
  • School Category Allocations include Primary, Elementary, High, and University.
  • Registration.
  • Enrollment retention of students.
  • Furniture budget based on requirements.
  • Managing sports and buildings.
  • Schools lack teachers.
  • School facilities missing
  • Location
  • Child Development

Conclusion Non Salary Budget In 2022-2023

The average monthly electricity bill for a high school with 1000 students was Rs.50,000. Most high school electricity bills have been paid by NSB. The same ceiling fans are required for every 10 students as every 1000 enrolled in high school. High Schools have two to three water motors for washrooms, a filter plant, a tube well, and maintenance of buildings and grounds.

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