Chief Minister visits NJV School

Special Correspondent

The transformed glory of NJV Government High School, Karachi was witnessed by the Chief Minister of Sindh Fazal-ur-Rehman on Tuesday 17“ July.
The NJV being the oldest public school of Sindh has been adopted by Akhuwat Foundation in support of Sindh Government and Sindh Education Foundation. He took a round of the school and highly appreciated the 360-degree change in the outlook of the school and the activities being carried out. The school needed a major revamp in the infrastructure and the quality of education being provided earlier.Accompanied by Minister for Forest and WildLife, Agriculture and Supplies Khair Mohammad Junejo, along with Akhuwat volunteer Sohail Akbar Shah.
The chief minister expressed satisfaction and gratitude to Akhuwat Foundation for working diligently alongside with the government and Sindh Education Foundation in providing quality education to the underprivileged masses and exposing them to a dignified lifestyle. NJV School houses over 1000 students at this point in time and gives particular attention to increasing female literacy which is 45 percent of the total enrollment.
Fazal-ur-Rehman promised to extend full support in all upcoming endeavours and wanted to see NJV school prosper in the coming years and keep the noble mission going on. He also praised the current facilities at the school like the astroturf, IT Lab, ESL Room and the under-construction library, hostel and gymnasium as well.
His remarks were “NJV has completely revamped the perception of how public schools look and function in our country. The teams are diligently working for their vision and I wish them good luck!”

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