Rs80m being spent for renovation, upgradation of FGEI

Staff Reporter

Rawalpindi—Director Education 10 corps, Brig. Ameer Muhmmad Khan said that over Rs 80 million were being spent for establishing new block renovating old blocks, professional training of teachers and providing missing facilities in the Federal Government Educational Institutions (FGEI) institutions. He said this addressing the investiture ceremony of the newly elected council held at F.G Post Graduate College for Women here.
Lt. Col Saadatullah GSO 1 Rawalpindi region was also present on the occasion.
Brig. Ameer Khan said FGEI was playing a vital role to meet challenges of the new era and providing modern education to the students.
He advised the students to pay attention towards studies to achieve their goal in lives.
“It is your obligation to get education to serve the nation,” he added.
He said additional blocks were being constructed to provide opportunities to the students to get purposeful education. He said saplings to provide a clean environment to the students would be planted, adding that “One Tree and One Child” policy was being started in all institutions.
He said “We are taking solid steps for the betterment of employees and their issues would be resolved on priority.
Speaking on the occasion, the Principal Mrs Rana Arshad Qazi highlighted the role of student council in character building through the better coordination between the students and administration.

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