Govt determined to facilitate educational institution: Commissioner Mirpur.
MIRPUR (AJK) -- Commissioner Mirpur Division, Mohammad Tayyeb Chaudhry has said that the government is determined to facilitate the educational institutions - both in private and public-sector. He was speaking as chief guest at the annual prize distribution ceremony of Baria Foundation College, Mirpur campus here on Thursday.
The Commissioner revealed that the government was seriously contemplating to establish the 'The Education City' comprising all Mirpur-based branches of the reputed chains of the private and public-sector schools and colleges reserving sites for the construction of their own buildings adjacent to the newly-construction state-of-the art New Mirpur City, housing the Mangla dam affectees.
The grand colourful ceremony was largely attended by the parents, the city elites besides the students of the college.
On the occasion, the kids from primary and senior sections delivered presentations comprising tableaus, karate and national songs, national anthem besides the events illustrated to their curricular and co-curricular activities.
College's principal Mrs. Musarrat Anser apprised the audience of the curricular and co-curricular activities of her institution since its inception for last three years. She underlined the priorities determined by Bahria Foundation for producing quality future architects of the nation. She elaborated the future plan of the college to make the offspring acquainted o to the need of the modern age.
Addressing the ceremony, Divisional Commissioner Mohammad Tayyeb called upon both the private as well as public education sector to play an active role for the eradication of illiteracy from its roots and with special focus to raise the rate of literacy through delivery of quality education in the country including Azad Jammu Kashmir.
'We will have to produce the quality future architects of the nation to enter the ranks of the developed nations through extending quality education harmonious to the need of the modern age', he said.
Mohammad Tayyeb continued that maximum individual and collective efforts should be made by both private and public sector educational institutions to eradicate the menace of illiteracy from the country from its roots.
He appreciated the college management for producing the quality nursery of the students through extending required quality education since the just advent of their educational carrier.
The Commissioner also praised the high performance by the kids in various items through developing full confidence and exposure during the course of their stage performance on this occasion.
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|Publication:||The Frontier Star (Northwest Frontier Province, Pakistan)|
|Date:||Mar 30, 2018|
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