Schools on Wheels a Brilliant Initiative of Govt to Educate Rural Area Children

In a recent development in the Education sector, the Federal govt take an initiative to provide education to children in the rural areas of the capital and surrounding.

Prime Minister Mr. Shehbaz Sharif inaugurated the project titled “Schools on Wheels” in Islamabad yesterday. While addressing the ceremony the PM said that without education the dream of national development cannot be fulfilled.

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The project will play an important role in the development of the education sector. Initially, the project will be in the surrounding areas of the capital, later on, it will expand to all four provinces and Gilgit Baltistan ( GB) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir ( AJK).

Federal Minister for Education Rana Tanveer Hussain was also present on the occasion. Under the project, initially, mobile schools are established on eight buses which will provide education to rural area children.

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Besides, the PM also inspected the design of the mobile schools and met with teachers and children. The premier also praised the mobile library project which will help to promote the culture of reading books among children and students.

Schools on Wheels a Brilliant Initiative of Govt to Educate Rural Area Children
Govt initiative to provide education to rural area children

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