SSAP delegation meets governor



Staff Reporter

A delegation of Serving Schools Alliance Pakistan (SSAP) called on Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar at Governor House.

The delegation comprised of SSAP Chairman Qazi Naeem Anjum and President Mian Rizaur Rahman.

During the meeting, they gave some new suggestions in writing to the governor, which the latter appreciated and declared them suitable for the welfare of private educational institutions.

These proposals were approved by the core committee of the SSAP.
Mian Rizaur Rahman suggested that education card should be introduced pattern on health card. The education card was discussed in detail and the governor assured to take up the issue with the Prime Minister, the Punjab Chief Minister and the ministry concerned.

Qazi Naeem Anjum Sahib spoke to the governor about the issuance of mobile SIM exclusively for 14 year old students, which provide the children access only educational website.

He said the government and serving and private schools should work together for the promotion of education.

Later, the SSAP office-bearers presented a commemorative shield to the governor. Qazi Naeem Anjum also expressed gratitude to Governor Ch Sarwar for sparing time for the meeting.


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