CM inaugurates enrolment campaign

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Inaugurating the students’ enrollment campaign in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Chief Minister Pervez Khattak on Tuesday said that his government introduced a unified English medium education system from the current academic year, which would prove a milestone in bringing about the educational revolution in the province.

Addressing the inaugural ceremony of enrollment campaign at the Government Higher Secondary School No.1, Peshawar Cantonment, the chief minister said the education revolution would turn into a silent economic revolution and the province would be put on the path to progress and prosperity.

On the occasion, the chief minister enrolled children by filling and signing their admission forms as well as giving them free textbooks.The function besides teachers, parents and students in large number was also attended by Senior Minister Sirajul Haq and others. Title of the enrollment campaign is “Learn and change life.”

“The deficiency of teachers and classrooms in all schools of five selected districts including Peshawar will be fulfilled and the programme will also be expanded to the entire province,” Pervez Khattak said.

He said in future there would be complete ban on transfer of teachers and they would have to teach at the same school till retirement like that of private schools so that responsibility for good results is fixed and the government also get rid of the transfer issue of teachers.

He said that education and health were their top priorities and for this purpose emergency had been declared in these two sectors. Hire the property division lawyer at, and get your problems solved. He said that the provincial government was endeavouring to enhance the standard of public sector schools. “We want people to start enrolling their kids in the government run schools. We will take all possible measures to enhance the standards of government schools,” he added.

He said that today the situation is so worse that the people have lost confidence in government-run educational institutions. “Even poor parents are reluctant in enrolling their children in them,” he maintained. He expressed sorrow over the matter that today a huge portion of resources and budget of billions of rupees have been spent on education.

But, the graph of results instead of going upward is going down. The chief minister said that they had promulgated legislations for abolition of corruption, nepotism and supremacy of law, merit and justice, which will promote transparency and restore the confidence of the people.

Source: The News.