ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: Prime Minister Imran Khan will soon visit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to inaugurate 1,000 Early Child Education (ECE) Classrooms.
It was told by the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Education Shahram Khan Tarakai whom met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Monday, and briefed him about the measures taken in the field of education in the province.
Shahram Tarakai told that the meeting remained fruitful in which we exchanged ideas to improve the quality of education in Pakistan.
The provincial minister told that in the meeting, the prime minister appreciated the “Halka Basta Act’ and also admired our efforts of providing furniture to more than 10 to 1,200,000 students in Khyber Pakhtukhwa out loud.
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The minister told that the prime minister expressed feelings of satisfaction over the ‘Smart Schools’ concept as digitalisation in schools is one of the most important ideals of the incumbent government.
In the meeting, the prime minister also gave the go-ahead to construct an Interchange over the ‘Adina-Chota Lahore Swabi’ M-1 Motorway, he said.
Shahram Tarakai said that the construction of the ‘Interchange’ will undoubtedly ease the transportation problem of the people of Tehseel ‘Chota Lahore’ and ‘Razzar.’