Peshawar: According to different reports, Imran Khan, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, will soon visit Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to dedicate 1,000 Early Childhood Education (ECE) classrooms.
It was revealed by Shahram Khan Tarakai, the Minister of Education of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, who met Prime Minister Imran Khan in Islamabad on Monday and briefed him on the province’s educational initiatives.
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The meeting, according to Shahram Tarakai, was fruitful, as we exchanged ideas on how to improve the standard of education in Pakistan.
The prime minister praised the “Halka Basta Act” and praised our efforts to provide furniture to more than 10 to 1,200,000 students in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, according to the provincial minister.
The prime minister expressed satisfaction with the definition of “Smart Schools,” according to the minister since the digitization of schools is one of the incumbent government’s most critical values.
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The prime minister also approved the construction of an interchange over the ‘Adina-Chota Lahore Swabi’ M-1 Motorway during the meeting, he said.
The building of the ‘Interchange,’ according to Shahram Tarakai, would certainly ease the transportation problems of the citizens of Tehseel ‘Chota Lahore’ and ‘Razzar.’
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