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Policy to Promote School Education
« on: August 30, 2013, 11:16:33 AM »
Policy to Promote School Education
Lahore : August 30: PROVINCIAL Minister for Finance Mian Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman has said the Punjab government is pursuing a comprehensive policy for the promotion of school education and Rs 3.5 billion have been provided for the provision of missing facilities in all girls’ schools.
Addressing various delegations, Mian Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman said that Rs 3.30 billion had been provided for the distribution of free of cost syllabus books to the students. He said the Punjab government had spent Rs 19 billion during its previous tenure to provide missing facilities in 8,749 schools of the province, whereas Rs 5 billion were spent during last fiscal year for provision of missing facilities in 2,000 schools. He said IT labs had been set up in more than 5,000 high schools and 515 middle schools. He said scholarships of Rs 12 billion were being given to more than 50,000 students within the country and abroad from endowment fund.
Mian Mujtaba Shuja ur Rehman said that 3,068 primary and middle schools had been upgraded at a cost of Rs 13,005 million during the last five years. He said that more than 75,000 teachers had been recruited on merit in a transparent manner to end shortage of schoolteachers throughout the province. He said that modern science labs had been established in 1,000 high schools of the province at a cost of Rs 1 billion.The news.
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