Provincial minister for Law, parliamentary affairs and human rights, Sultan Mohammad Khan Friday expressed satisfaction over holding of entry test for admission in to public sector medical and engineering colleges of the province by Education Testing and Evaluation Agency (ETEA).
He was chairing a meeting called to discuss reforms agenda in ETEA held here. The meeting was attended by MPA Mufti Ubaidur Rehman, Asia Asad, Secretary Education Manzoor Ahmed, Executive Director ETEA Sharaf Khan Rabani, Vice Chancellors Khyber Medical University and University of Engineering and Technology besides other concerned officers.
The meeting was briefed in detail by Executive Director ETEA. He said that CCTV cameras are being made functional and bio-metric locks have been installed at the doors of ETEA office.
Secretary Education informed the meeting regarding administrative matters for simultaneous holding of the test and said that indoor halls were arranged in entire divisions of the province for the entry.
Speaking on the occasion, KP Law Minister Sultan Mohammad Khan expressed satisfaction over administrative matters of recently held ETEA test and said that strict action would be taken against those involved in negligence during last year test.
He said that no compromise would be made in this regard as it is matter of our children’s future.
The final report pertaining to proposed suggestions regarding ETEA’s performance would be presented in the provincial assembly adding he said departments like ETEA would be made more effective by reforms to bring transparency.