After consulting with the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC), it has been decided by the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (K-P) Chief Minister Mahmood Khan that educational institutions will reopen in the province on 15th September.
The Chief Minister also said that the steps taken by the incumbent government has helped Pakistan to move towards progress and development. Also, it has helped in allowing the government to focus on boosting the economy.
In an earlier article, we informed our readers that the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Private Education Network (PENKP) has decided to open the schools in the province by August 15th.
However the network President Fazlullah Daudzi stated that there are grave reservations regarding the government opening schools from 15th September. He said that if there is a further delay in the opening of educational institutions it would be beyond comprehension as the shopping malls and public transport has been opened as well. Thus, schools should be reopened.
There are many schools that did not even conducted online classes, and those that did, faced many issues from internet issues to lack of training of teachers etc. Also schools administration suffered from financial losses as well. Thus, there has been a demand from the private sector to open the schools from September.