Law & Justice Commission of Pakistan, Supreme Court of Pakistan and Skill Development Council Islamabad (SDCI) can work together to facilitate general public. This was stated by Secretary Law & Justice Commission, Supreme Court of Pakistan Dr. Muhammad Rahim Awan during a certificate distribution ceremony held at Supreme Court Building, Islamabad. A one week training of Law & Justice Commission officers on Computerized Accounting was successfully concluded that day.
Secretary Law & Justice Commission Dr. Muhammad Rahim Awan apprised that a Commission has been constituted by the Chief Justice of Pakistan under the auspicious of the Law and Justice Commission of Pakistan and under the Chairmanship of the Federal Ombudsman which aims at bringing 22 million children to school who are otherwise away from schools for one reason or the other. He said that most of these children belong to extremely poor families and can’t afford schooling expenses. Whereas, a huge number of children involved in begging end up to begging / labour and become source of income for their poor families. A large number of such begging children indulge themselves in street crimes and become a source of bigger crimes, Dr. Muhammad Rahim added. He further asked SDC to consider imparting technical and vocational training for children of schools and colleges.
Chairman Skill Development Council Islamabad M. Akram Farid said that this council, along with its team, is at the back of this education program for deserving children. He said that this Council realizes the importance of technical education to the youth and as consistently endeavored to design training programs for special persons. The chairman assured the Secretary that the specially designed programs for children of marginalized families shall be share with him soon.