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Increasing trend of women interest in education in Mastung.

QUETTA, December 22, 2010 (Balochistan Times): Women living in Mastung district of Balochistan are coming forward with firm interest in non formal education for adults being run under the supervision of the Directorate of Literacy Social Welfare department government of Balochistan. The women-folk in this part of the province are well cognizant of the importance of the education, said Mohammad Azam Kasi, the Project Coordinator and Mir Anees Jaan Master Trainer Directorate of Literacy during their visit to the centres for adults. Education is the only key to raise voice for their problems facing women in the men-dominated society, they said, adding the increasing trend of getting non formal education is evident from the fact that women-folk has realized the importance of education. They urged the area people to take admission in the center for adults so that they could play pivotal role in the progress of Balochistan. They lauded the efforts of Abdul Manan, social welfare officer, supervisor Asadullah and Razia Sultana for the establishment of education center in Mastung.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 22, 2010
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