The Balochistan government will launch a enrollment campaign in the province on 15 February to raise awareness of parents and their children about enrollment in schools.
The Balochistan government has planned to exclude as many elementary school children as part of its emergency education initiative to increase literacy in the province, a government official in Balochistan said Thursday.
The Balochistan government has allocated more than 4 billion major headlines of Russia as part of the Chief Minister’s emergency education program to realize major reforms in the provincial education sector.
The Balochistan government has launched an initiative to renovate schools and provide modern facilities that meet current needs, he added.
He said the government had committed to improve school infrastructure and provide missing facilities on the border wall, classrooms, toilets, IT laboratories and administrative units to improve education standards in the province.
He said the government had decided to establish a model college in each district in the province to distribute the burden on students to existing schools.
An official said that most educational institutions without playgrounds and no sports equipment would lack facilities to promote sports and create a healthy environment in the province.
He also said the government was determined to provide teachers in schools and fire ghost teachers as part of the emergency education program.
The department has largely eliminated ghost teachers and told 350 teachers who were not present in the province.
“Our top priority is improving education in Balochistan, and the recruitment process is in the final stages to address the shortage of teachers in schools,” he said. Reuters