Monday, August 8, 2016

At least 4pc of GDP be marked for education, says PU VC

LAHORE: At minimum four for each penny of the GDP ought to be assigned for the training part for the nation's improvement, says Punjab University Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Mujahid Kamran.

"Pakistan has a populace of 180m individuals while it remained at 40th, 155th and 184th as far as the GDP, per capita salary and training, separately, on the planet. The normal spending of the world on instruction is five for every penny of GDP, while Pakistan apportions two for every penny and spends around 1.7 for each penny (on training) which is grievous," he said.

He was tending to between college English discourse rivalry held among the understudies of Lahore-based open and private varsities at the PU here on Saturday.

He said the youthful era didn't know about global schemes and prompted the debaters to do broad study.

Praising the armed force boss, Dr Kamran said the Operation Zarb-i-Azb had vanquished terrorists and Gen Raheel Sharif had been proclaimed top general on the planet, which was an awesome accomplishment for Pakistan.

He additionally gave away money prizes to the victors.

Lahore College for Women University's Mehtab Alvi, Punjab University's Shahan Zafar and Government College University's Mohiba Ahmed got to begin with, second and third positions, individually, while Hamza Abbas of University of Engineering and Technology got incidental award.