RAWALPINDI: To oblige understudies at packed government elementary schools, the Punjab government is considering beginning a second move of classes at schools.
The common government asked seven regions in the area, including Rawalpindi and Attock to look for sentiment of the common society, neighborhood pioneers of the decision gathering and delegates of folks on second move.
The Education Department then welcomed individuals from the common society and delegates of folks to a counsel and to endorse the proposal.
Interestingly, individuals from the commonplace gathering from Rawalpindi were disregarded in light of the fact that the vast majority of them fit in with the PTI and just PML-N MNA Malik Abrar and his brother by marriage, Malik Munir who is an individual from the Rawalpindi Cantonment Board, were welcomed.
More than 40 of the 1,846 government run schools in Rawalpindi are stuffed and a second move might soon be begun in these schools.
"We will begin a twofold move in more than 40 schools when we get a green sign from the Punjab government, which has guided us to counsel with open delegates in such manner. After the counsels, the second move will begin this year," Executive District Officer (EDO) Education Qazi Zahoorul Haq told Dawn.
He said beginning a second move will likewise convey more kids to schools.
"The instruction office set an objective of getting 132,000 kids in the locale into schools on the grounds that the commonplace government needs to teach increasingly individuals. Each region was given an objective which it needs to accomplish by October 31," the EDO said.
A board involving school principals and educators has been shaped in every school which will attempt to persuade local people to send their kids to schools, where they will be given books and sacks for nothing, he said.
The instruction office has been requested that look for assistance from local people in persuading folks from lower pay families to send their kids to schools, he included.
In the interim, the instruction division's buy board of trustees on Thursday got specialized points of interest from firms which are keen on the task for introducing PCs in 56 center and secondary schools in the region.
"The division got Rs40 million from the commonplace government for the foundation of PC labs in 56 schools," EDO Qazi Zahoorul Haq told Dawn.
He said 11 firms had demonstrated enthusiasm for the venture and that five had submitted specialized subtle elements to the division.
"We will check the subtle elements and after that select firms with the goal that they can give an offer for the plan. The procedure will take a month," he said.