Islamabad Buses for Educational Institutions
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif has expressed
resolve of the administration to enhance environment and raise standard of education.
He was talking at a ceremony to hand over buses to the educational institutions of
Capital in Islamabad on Wednesday.
The Prime Minster further expressed that certainty that congenial educational environment
would deliver best natives.
Moreover, he also said that it is our obligation to serve the nation through hardwork
The Prime Minister also said that 70 buses have been purchased and he has given
instructions for buying of remaining 130 on basis of priority. He further said that
inclination ought to be given to girl schools and rural areas to determine transportation
issue of girls understudies.
Furthermore, Mian Nawaz Sharif said that he has also directed the Mayor of the Federal
Capital to focus on change of sanitation, streets, avenues and general environment of Islamabad.
He also hoped that therefore of a multi-dimensional approach being received by the Government
for elevate of the Capital, Islamabad would soon get to be distinctly one of the best urban
areas of the world.
Moreover, talking on the event, Maryam Nawaz said that the Government would give totally revamped school
to Islamabad during 2017.
She also said that apart from missing facilities, endeavors are additionally in progress to give IT
and science labs to all schools.
She further said that steps are additionally being taken to improve quality of education of
Islamabad. She said Montessori classes have been introduced in 22 schools of Islamabad.
Minister of State for Capital Administration and Development Dr. Tariq Fazal Chaudhary
said that the Government has issued one billion rupees and three billion rupees would
be issued one month from now for up-degree and redesign of 200 educational institutions of Islamabad.
He also said that under directions of the Prime Minister every one of the 400 schools of
the capital would be improved within the next six to eight months.
Advisor on Prime Minister’s Education Reforms Program Ali Raza said that 22 schools
have as of now been updated and in stage two, 200 would be redesigned. He said all
schools of the capital would be covered under the pogramme in Phase-III.
He also said that teachers of 22 schools have been imparted modern training while 2100
more would be given training in phase two and ten thousand in phase three. He said
teachers promotion would be linked with their training.
Ali Raza also said that montessori classes would be introduced in 50 different schools this year.
He said IT labs and PC studies would be introduced in 117 girls schools of rural areas.