Sindh government was closely working with NGOs’



Special Assistant to CM Sindh on Investment and Private Public Partnership Projects Syed Qasim Naveed Qamar said Tuesday that the Sindh government was closely working with NGOs to improve educational facilities in the province.

This he said while visiting the NJV Government Higher Secondary School here today.  Qamar was very keen to know details of NJV’s approach to Public Education via a 360-degree integrated model supporting Critical Thinking and Technology Adoption.

He added, “The school is a positive example of Public Private Partnership and a huge initiative of the Govt. of Sindh under PPP Node.”

During the visit, it was shared that since its adoption by Akhuwat in 2015, NJV Govt Higher Secondary School has been shaped as a model for providing quality public education to deserving communities. NJV emphases student’s development in Emerging Technologies, Critical Thinking, and Soft Skills.

Multiple projects are in place, such as a state-of-the-art Fabrication Lab (FabLab), Continuing Enrichment Program (CEP), STEAM Program, Student Affairs, Gymnasium, and Clinic, to improve the student development process.

Each year, nearly 1400 students are provided a fee-free quality education; among them are 330 students from various districts of Sindh who are provided schooling and free hostel accommodation based on merit, with the support of the Govt. of Sindh.

Qamar appreciated the education philosophy and facilities at NJV, and assured them his support to help spread education across the province of Sindh.


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