Abdul Khaliq Qureshi
Abbottabad—Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), Primary and Secondary Education Minister, Muhammad Atif Khan has said that we cannot claim entire reforms within all existing institutions including education departments. He said the Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf (PTI), however, ensured to some extent glaring as well as prominent changes to streamline their working condition of them, much better than the past. This, he said while talking to media men together with celebrates summer camps in Government Girls High School No.1 and 4 Abbottabad on Saturday.
Beside, Secretary Primary and Secondary Education, Dr Shahzad Bangash among many other was also present on the occasion.
He said that we had eliminated all the corruption mafia being prevailed in KP province long ago. He said that multiplicity of schools were deprived from boundary walls, toilets, furniture, play area among many other deficiencies but the PTI government had incurred billion of rupees for the sake of building such facilities on scores of schools within the ambit of KP province so far. Besides provisioning such facilities the PTI’s government had recruited 25 thousand teachers purely on merit basis, however, during the coming 2 years span of time, the KP’s PTI government has decided to appoint 30 thousand teachers together with to set up 500 IT Labs also.
However, 84 thousand teachers’ staff would also be given necessary training to keep up especially the English Medium of instructions in collaboration with the United Nation (UN) trend of education across the KP province.
KP Minister, Muhammad Atif Khan said that the PTI government was working preferably to boost educational trend in KP province following the same strategy we had allocated 111.52 billion rupees fund to promote such tendency of education in the whole province, while no one could dare to found such an example like that in previous history of the KP province entirely.