Balochistan to have 725 new schools
QUETTA—Under Global Partnership Program, 725 primary schools will be opened in Balochistan with cost of around Rs 03 billion. Royal Time Monitoring System has also been introduced at state-run schools in the province to check the attendance of teachers and students.
Director, Balochistan Education Project, Asfandyar Khan told media persons here that Royal Time Monitoring System has been introduced at state-run schools all over Balochistan adding that deputy commissioner and district education officer of every district would have access to information about every school through this system.
“About 725 new primary schools will be opened in the province with cost of Rs 03 billion while 95 primary schools have been upgraded to middle and 25 middle schools to high schools,” he said. “NTS test of 1600 candidates have been conducted and deputy commissioners of the districts concerned will conduct their interviews and issue their posting orders”. He said that steps were being taken to provide furniture and other required items to schools. “State-run school will also be monitored through GPS system,” he said.—APP