Fida Zaman Baloch
I studied in a private computer institute in Turbat two years ago. My diploma has yet not been issued to me, since it is found illegal as the institute is unregistered officially. However, they demand non-affordable monthly fees and other charges. The high authorities of education are least bothered and remain silent upon this phenomenon of destroying the future of the youth.
Hundreds of such private computer centres have been working illegally, while there are just a few whose diplomas are recognized at official level. All this illegal activity is going on in Turbat, because the city lacks governmental computer institutes which may help the interested students to adopt the skills in computer. Thus, the government must take action against illegal computer centres as soon as possible.
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