Girls’ primary school reopened after 16 years


District Administration Hafizabad has reopened government Girls primary school after 16 years to fulfill longstanding demand of people of Dera Mihammad Nawaz (Kot Nakka) near Pindi Bhattian and Deputy Commissioner Toqeer Ilyas Cheema has inaugurated classes in the school.

AC Pindi Bhattian Blawal Ali, CEO Education Javed Iqbal Babar, DEO (W) Talat Mehmood, DEO (M) Imanullah, DDEO (W) Hafizabad Nargus Arif, DDEO(W) PIndi Bhattian Sofia Jabeen, AEOs, teachers and people of area were also present on this occasions.

DC said that promotion of quality education and provision of all necessary facilities in the schools was top priority of the district administration under education friendly vision of the Punjab government while all possible measures were being taken to ensure provision of educational opportunities to the children at their doorsteps. He said that due to closure of this school students were compelled to go far away schools of other villages.

Addressing the ceremony, CEO Education Javed Iqbal Babar said that on the directions of the Deputy Commissioner, this school was renovated within few days immediately and female teachers were also deputed in the school. DC was also enrolled student in the school in connection with admission campaign and distributed free of cost books among students.


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