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PA Khyber releases funds for Paindi Lalma Govt High Secondary School to start first year classes

PA Khyber releases funds for Paindi Lalma Govt High Secondary School to start first year classes
August 12, 2017

KHYBER AGENCY, 12 August: The political administration of Khyber Agency on Saturday released funds for a government high secondary school in Mualgori area of the agency to start first year classes.
The Paindi Lalma High School’s secondary section, which had been upgraded in 2014, has made functional as Political Agent Captain (r) Khalid Mehmood released funds for initiating first year classes in the school, said school principal, Muhammad Usman.
He said that students can collect first year admission forms from school from August 17 to August 25.
The school principal said that classes of first year will start on September 5 for which teachers of various subjects including Physics, Mathematics and English will be hired very soon.
The local residents and parents of the students appraised the decision of political administration to initiate FA, FSc classes at school. Locals said that after granting secondary status to the school, an additional room, laboratory, hall and staff room was constructed in the school in 2014. They asked the political administration and school authorities to initiate classes as soon as possible to save their children precious time.


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