Technical education is necessary for the economic stability of Pakistan

Provincial Minister School education Rana Mashood Ahmad Khan said that technical education is necessary for the economic stability of Pakistan.

He expressed these remarks while addressing with an event of Quaid e Azam Academy at Government Technical Training High School. Event was presided by Deputy Commissioner Lodhran Raja Khurrum Shahzad while Chairman District Council Mian Rajan Sultan Pirzada, and MPA Aamir Iqbal were among chief guests.

Provincial Minister said that Parents should have their kids learn technical skills and with the skilled hands families achieve financial stability, he added that soon pick and drop service for students in South Punjab will be started along with the provision of lunch to the students in school.

He further said that pilot project of pick and drop service and Food for children will start from Bahawalpur and Muzaffargarh.

While addressing with the event Chairman District Council Mian Rajan Sultan Pirzada said that challenges being faced by the country can only be countered through skilled hands, future is of technical skills and only skilled hands can strengthen Pakistan.

Provincial Minister School Education Rana Mashood Ahmad Khan said that teachers are the base of our bright future, he added that exemplary status and respect will be given to the teachers in the society.

He expressed these remarks while addressing with the inauguration ceremony of Technical Teachers Training Laboratory at Government Girls High School Lodhran.
Provincial Minister said that Government of Punjab appointed 220,000 educators throughout the province and all teachers are being trained from lowest level to the highest level.

He said while paying tribute to the teachers awarded by CM Punjab that they will be equipped with the international teachers training and announced to reward them on their good performance with the extra one month’s salary. On the demand of Headmistress provincial minister announced the construction of 12 more rooms in the Girls High School.

On special directions of CM Punjab Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif two Provincial Ministers including Provincial Minister Local Government Mansha Ullah Butt and Provincial Minister Auqaaf Zaeem Chaudhry and DG Local Government and Shehr e Khamoshan Authority Salman Sufi visited Moza 100 Chak to establish Model Graveyard Shehr e Khamoshan.
Provincial Ministers directed Deputy Commissioner Raja Khurrum Shahzad to allocated 200 Kanal land for the Model Shehr e Khamoshan project, on the 2 Kanal land a morgue will be established.

Deputy Commissioner Khurrum Shahzad told that these 200 Kanal are part of the Lodhran’s urban lands which will benefit all the citizens equally. He added that Model Graveyard will have all the administrative and other facilties concerning the burial and other matters will be available which are necessary for the graveyards.

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