The government of Punjab has taken a significant measure for the promotion of education as the higher authorities took the decision of opening 100 new primary schools in Lahore, as per the reports of local media.
The decision was taken in a high-level meeting led by the CM Punjab—Sardar Usman Bauzdar where the new plan was briefed to him for the opening of the primary schools for the children who have not got the chances of getting education.
The concerned officials informed CM Buzdar that the primary schools would be opened in the rented buildings, whereas, it was proposed to setup mobile schools throughout the province for surging the literacy rate.
It is told that 10 mobile schools would be established in buses during the start of the education plan. The cost of both the education programmes is approximated at Rs.260 million, whereas, the plan finalization would be done at the earliest.
The chief minister gave approval to the initial measures for mobile schools’ programme and the formation of 100 new primary schools and guided the concerned authorities for making the final shape of the programme.
Chief minister ordered the officials to present an executable plan as soon as possible as the government would be doing everything for promoting education as it is, its prime responsibility.
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