KP govt focuses is on education
ABBOTTABAD—Advisor to Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister on Information and Higher Education Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani has said that we have spread a net of projects at union council Nawanshehr which was kept much backward during previous eras. This he said while announcing upgradation of Government Girls Degree College Nawanshehr unto Postgraduate College for Women, Saturday.
He said that after completion of various schemes with the estimated cost of 40 million rupees, remaining scores of schemes estimated cost of which was almost 90 million rupees working plans were rapidly underway.
He added however, work of Murree duel road including Jhanrian and Awami roads project work was underway with the estimated cost of one billion rupees. Meanwhile, the Advisor to CM had donated High-Lax vehicle to the Post Graduate College for Women together with inaugurated main gate of the same Girls College on this occasion.
Beside, Member District Council (MDC), Iqbal Khan, Faridoon Khan, Principal of the newly upgraded Government Girls Post Graduate College, together with faculty members had also participated in the ceremony. Mushtaq Ahmad Ghani said that KP government has focused 75 percent of its attention on education especially to enhance women folk educational institutions.
He said that Government Commerce College for Girls would also be established soon at Malikpura urban city area of Abbottabad to facilitate female students.
Meanwhile, he announced that postgraduate classes would also be continued within the ambit of ongoing educational year, adding that deficiency of faculty members’ together with male and female teachers would also be recruited soon with letter and spirit for achieving good results after holding annual examinations.