LAHORE - Punjab Chief Minister Shehbaz Sharif has said that the Punjab government will develop extra 25,000 classrooms in state funded schools over the territory under "Khadim-e-Punjab Schools Program" in next two years.
The development will begin from South Punjab amid current year, the main clergyman said while tending to an abnormal state meeting which was held here yesterday to survey matters relating to "Khadim-e-Punjab Schools Program.
The main clergyman said that Punjab government was actualizing a thorough project of arrangement of present day offices to understudies in order to advance quality instruction in the area.
He said that extraordinary consideration had additionally been paid to arrangement of missing offices in schools and these have been guaranteed to a huge degree in instructive establishments.
Shehbaz Sharif said that "Khadim-e-Punjab Schools Program" is a progressive stride of Punjab government and its usage will bring about accessibility of better scholastic offices to understudies and they will have the capacity to give careful consideration to their studies.
He said that a system has been developed for the development of more than 10,000 rooms in various schools amid current year and it is being begun from south Punjab.
He said that this anticipate will leave a positive effect on instruction area and better instructive offices will get to be accessible to kid and young lady understudies.
Issuing directions to Communication and Works Department for the rapid execution of the project, the main priest said that an elevated expectation ought to be guaranteed in the development of classrooms and a viable arrangement of checking ought to likewise be concocted.
He said that matters relating to early execution of this system ought to be settled and the divisions concerned ought to work rapidly in such manner.
Common Minister for Education Rana Mashhood Ahmad Khan, Chief Secretary, Secretary Education and powers concerned were available in the meeting while Secretary C&W took part in the meeting through Viber from abroad.