Staff Reporter Peshawar
Special Assistant to Chief Minister Khyber Pakhtunkhwa for Information and Higher Education Kamran Khan Bangash Friday inaugurated new building of Higher Education Regulatory Authority and assured that they would continue its revolutionary initiatives.
Talking to media men during the inauguration ceremony of the new building, Special Assistant to the Chief Minister KP for Information and Higher Education Kamran Khan Bangash said that steps have been taken for the improvement of quality of education by regulating 282 colleges, 11 universities and campuses.
He said for ensuring quality accommodations, the registration process with a setup quality of the private hostels was continued and directed the concerned quarters to expire their work so that soon the students both male and female would find quality accommodation under a set criteria of the government.
He said work on registration of private hostels should be expedited and it was very important for students to keep an eye on standard accommodation facilities.
He directed HERA to provide and ensure online and web-based facilities to educational institutions.
He said that work on setting up and registration of colleges in the southern and adjoining districts should be expedited.