Saturday, March 5, 2016

‘Karak has 54 ghost schools’

KARAK: Adviser to the boss priest on jail issues Malik Qasim Khan Khattak on Monday said his body electorate, Karak, had 54 phantom schools, which scrutinized the execution of the training office.

He was tending to a tuition based school opening function in Chokara territory here on Monday.

The guide said the presence of phantom schools in the area was a disappointment of the instruction division.

He said he would guarantee the end of deceiving from examinations including the Secondary School Certificate exams planned to be held in March.

Mr. Khattak said if bamboozling materials were found in an examination corridor, then it would be shut right away.

He valued the private division for spreading instruction in the region yet said the exclusive instructive establishments ought to concentrate on giving quality training to young people to empower them to end up great subjects.

The counsel said the advancement of training was the top need of the PTI government in the territory and that a huge number of rupees had so far been spent for the procurement of missing offices at the general population segment schools.

He said the legislature had started uber advancement ventures in the region, while work had continued on the remaining part of Karak-Darratang Road and would be finished at the expense of Rs750 million.

Mr. Khattak said the Kohe Maidan Road had been developed at the expense of Rs200 million.

He said he had guaranteed the begin of work on the supply of drinking water from Lawagher dam on gravity line to various areas of Takht-i-Nusrati tehsil.

The counselor said the undertaking would be finished at the expense of Rs380 million.

He affirmed the foundation of an undeniable PC research center for the tuition based school.