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Education department urged parents to send children to schools

Education department urged parents to send children to schools
April 20, 2017

GHALANAI, 20 April: Assistant political agent biazai Pir Abdullah Shah has urged the tribal elders to ensure the child enrolment in their respective areas of schools said that Education can play a vital role in the area development as well as create tolerance law and order situation in the area.

In a function arranged by the education and others departments here at government middle school bahi daag in border area on Thursday Pir Abdullah Shah Stress upon the tribal elders and officials of education department that sensitize parents thatthey should enroll each child in the areas schools.

A walks were also arranged at Government Middle School Bahi Daag which were also attended by students, teachers, local tribesmen and PRC volunteers.

Participants of the walk were holding banners inscribed with “Schools Admission Campaign” and they were chanting slogans Pakistan Zinda Bad and Taleem Ko Aam Karo.

Walk started from middle school Bahi Daag which ended on Community health center Bahi Daag where at the end addressing the Participants APA Pir AbdullahShah urged the border areas tribesmen that send their children from age 4 to 11 years to school because education can play an important role in the development ofa society.

“Female Literacy rate is very low in the tribal areas already therefore tribesmen should enroll more and more girls in the area schools “said Shah.
He said that developmental works and others government incentives would be links to the enrolment of the area school and those tribe would gave preference having high enroll.

He requested the local elders and social welfare workers of the areas to directly complaint to the assistant political agent office in case of teacher’s absence in the border area schools.

He said that locals’ administration has started social activities for youths in the area. He stressed upon the teachers to attend their schools regularly and focus on students study in the area.

 

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