Wednesday, April 1, 2015

Govt spending Rs1.8 billion on education reforms

HARIPUR: The common government has been spending a colossal measure of Rs1.8 billion for presenting uniform training framework, preparing of instructors and giving offices in schools crosswise over Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.

This was expressed by Parliamentary Secretary for Environment Haji Fazal Illahi Khan while talking at a capacity composed by a common society association, Alif Ailan, here, as per a press discharge.

Mr Illahi said that National Testing Service (NTS) had been set up in the territory to make enlistments in a straightforward way. Upwards of 14,000 new educators have been named through NTS framework, he included.

The parliamentary secretary said that the PTI government had announced training crisis in the region, presented instruction changes and was additionally making enhancements in different zones where deficiencies were distinguished.

These measures have delivered positive results, he included.

As indicated by him, training and advancement were indistinguishable. This is the reason instruction has been kept amongst one of the top needs of the legislature, he included.

Mr Illahi likewise cautioned that strict move would be made against instructive organizations where understudies were bothered and ensnared in false cases.