PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Elementary & Secondary Education Muhammad Atif Khan Tuesday said the provincial government is taking pragmatic measures for a considerable change in education sector.
He said the suggestions of local and foreign education experts are being welcomed and considered for bringing revolutionary changes in education sector of the province. The minister expressed these views while talking to a delegation of Save the Children and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) of Australian government here at Peshawar.
The delegation was comprised of Lead Consultant DFAT Diana Guild, Senior Adviser Education Arif Amin, Programme Manager Adia Asghar, Project Director Musarat Khattak, and Education Consultant Umaima Syed.
The minister apprised the delegate that provincial government respects and supports the efforts of non-governmental organisations in education sector of the province, as it believes that education is right of every child.–Staff Reporter
Atif Khan said that PTI-led provincial government would leave no stone unturned to give education to each and every child of the province, adding that teachers' training programmes are also being conducted for best education and training of the coming generations.