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PEF to provide free education through PPP model.

LAHORE -- The Punjab government has introduced the public private partnership (PPP) model in Punjab Education Foundation to provide free education to the children of disfranchised segments at the grassroots.

Punjab Chief Minister Mohammad Shahbaz Sharif also provided ample funds for free education programmes at the doorstep of the needy students.

This was stated by Managing Director, Punjab Education Foundation (PEF), Dr Aneela Salman while addressing the prize distribution ceremony at a local hotel on Friday.

The function was organized by the PEF to award certificates to position holder students of PEF partner schools from the districts of Sargodha, Mianwali, Bhakkar, Chakwal, Gujrat and Khushab.

She said the PEF students, by taking top positions in the matric 2014 exams, have proved their great potential. She expressed her satisfaction over good results by girl student in PEF partner schools where girls makeup half of the 1.66 million PEF students.

Later, MD PEF and others distributed certificates among the partnering schools students getting positions in the matric 2014 exam.

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Publication:Balochistan Times (Baluchistan Province, Pakistan)
Date:Dec 13, 2014
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