232 poor students to get higher education in Islamabad

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KARACHI: Provincial Minister for Education and Literacy Jam Mehtab Hussain Dahar said Tuesday that an MoU had been signed between Sindh Education Foundation and Abdul Qadeer Khan Schooling System Islamabad and under the agreement, 232 students belonging to remote areas of rural Sindh will get high quality education in Islamabad and for this purpose, Sindh Education Department will provide Rs 32 million.

This he said while presiding over a meeting in his office today. He said that those students had been selected through a test, conducted by SEF and AQ Khan Schooling System in Mathematics, English and Science as well and the students would get education till completion of secondary classes. The minister education added that the work on supplying missing facilities to the schools was in progress across the province and certain number of schools had been provided missing facilities.

He hoped that the work would be completed till this December. He asked the secretary education schools to complete feasibility report on installation of solar system at schools so that the schools might get this unique facility and the students might get their education without any hindrance.

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