TIMERGARA: Lower Dir District Nazim Mohammad Rasool Khan on Wednesday named training as the most effective weapon to thrashing fear based oppression.
He was tending to prize dissemination function at government secondary school, Mian Banda Timergara.
Locale instruction officer Prof Mohammad Uzair Ali, Timergara Tehsil Nazim Riaz Mohammad, previous common priest Mehmood Zeb Khan and school superintendent Gul Rehman likewise tended to the capacity.
The locale nazim said change of instruction offices bested the motivation of the Lower Dir gathering, including disorder, foul play, psychological oppression and unemployment must be handled through guaranteeing quality training to students. "Obliviousness and absence of instruction is the mother of every single social shrewdness," he kept up, saying through training the hazard of militancy and neediness could be found.
He said the legislature was focused on conquering all missing offices in the state-run schools.
Rasool Khan said youth were the genuine resource of Pakistan and it was the duty of the administration to guarantee a brilliant future for them.
On the event, understudies exhibited melodies, talks and scenes and got praise from the gathering of people.
The area nazim additionally circulated prizes among the understudies who performed well in various exercises amid the year. He reported to introduce a 25kv force transformer in the school.
Timergara Tehsil Nazim Riaz Mohammad declared to build a pathway to the school, while locale councilor Alam Zeb reported to give the school Rs500,000 from his assets for water supply plan.
VARSITY AFFAIRS: The Malakand University Teachers' Association on Wednesday claimed that the varsity was being keep running on impromptu premise and educators were being abused by the organization.
Tending to a general body meeting of the relationship at Chakdara, its leader Prof Salam Zeb said the varsity administration had kept hush over issues confronting the instructors.
He requested of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to execute its University Act in the University of Malakand. The general body reported to hold its races in October.