Adviser to Chief Minister for Elementary and Secondary Education Ziaullah Bangash Wednesday said the evening classes at the government schools would soon start to accommodate maximum children at government schools.
Talking to media here he said that the government has made significant reforms in education sector and for the purpose an amount of Rs 146 billion was allocated while an amount of Rs 18 billion had separately allocated for newly merged tribal districts.
He said that the government was sincerely taking measures to improve quality of education besides provision of all facilities at the government schools.
The Adviser said that the deficiency of teachers at government schools would be reduced and at-least four teachers would be appointed in far flung schools while the government schools would be established in private buildings where there were not government building allocated so far.
Referring to tribal districts, he said that reforms are being introduced in education sector for the tribal districts to remove sense of deprivation among tribal people.
Ziaullah Bangash said that due to better policy in education sector thousands of children were enrolled in government schools across the province. The government was implementing 100-day plan in education sector on priority basis, he added.