Monday, January 5, 2015

Punjab govt schools given 1.80bn rupees for upgrade

LAHORE: Punjab Education Minister Rana Mashhood said Rs1.80 billion funds remitted to district governments to modernize public schools in the province.

Here Speaking at the Punjab Assembly during question time later and talk to the media on Monday, he said the Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif had all the district coordination officer (DCO), which concerns district coordination Committees of the opposition parliament or own advice, whether mandated to modernize schools, the appointment of guardians and, if necessary, build their city walls.

The minister said that 30,000 classrooms in schools were under the continued absence of the project facilities to be built over the next three months walls all schools would be completed.

He said provision of missing facilities in every 60,000 boys and girls state schools of the province would be guaranteed until the end of the current fiscal year.

Mr. Mashhood said the Development Fund for schools would be used by school boards and elite area a number of jobs that are to monitor the quality and timely completion of development work.

Mechanism, he said, was also set up for the registration and regulation of private schools, in which one would Regulatory Commission, and a bill to the effect would be introduced in the House this month neighbor, has been developed.

The house was scheduled to discuss the law and order in the province. But the open debate should be brought from home due to death of his aunt for Justice Minister Mujtaba Shujaur Rehman absence, then Interior Minister Shuja Khanzada and competent parliamentary secretary was not available.

Two Notes call attention also met the same fate as the house trial was postponed to Tuesday morning.