Mu­rad lauds Navy’s na­tion build­ing ef­forts

Pakistan Today (Karachi) - - KARACHI -

Sindh Chief Min­is­ter Mu­rad Ali Shah vis­ited the newly es­tab­lished Bahria Model School of the Pakistan Navy at Khalid SRE near Younis­abad on Mon­day.

The Pakistan Navy has built this Bahria Model School as part of its con­tin­u­ous ef­forts to pro­mote qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion in un­der­priv­i­leged ar­eas of Pak- is­tan. The first aca­demic ses­sion of the school will be­gin in March this year, which will ac­com­mo­date al­most 800 stu­dents up to ma­tric­u­la­tion, and the strength will be in­creased up to 1500 by the mid­dle of this year. The school will be grad­u­ally up­graded to the level of an in­ter­me­di­ate col­lege and will of­fer qual­ity ed­u­ca­tion to more than seven thou­sand five hun­dred stu­dents of Younis­abad, Kaka Pir, and other vil­lages in close prox­im­ity. The school will also be equipped with mod­ern, state of the art sci­ence labo- ra­to­ries. Bahria Model schools run­ning un­der the Pakistan Navy are ad­min­is­tered by the Pakistan Navy Ed­u­ca­tional Trust (PNET).

Upon his ar­rival the chief min­is­ter was given a brief­ing on the newly es­tab­lished school and fu­ture plans for its up gra­da­tion.

He com­mended the es­tab­lish­ment of Bahria Model School at Younis­abad and lauded the Pakistan Navy’s con­tri­bu­tion in na­tion build­ing, aside from de­fend­ing the mar­itime fron­tiers of the coun­try.

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