KP govt fo­cuses is on ed­u­ca­tion

Pakistan Observer - - NATIONAL - ABDUL KHALIQ QURESHI

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.

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