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04 December, 2020 Views 29

KP Government To Launch BS Programs In Colleges Across Province

The chief minister of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Mahmood Khan has said to introduce the BS programs in all the colleges across the province. To implement this decision the minister has directed the higher education department to take the necessary measures. It is furthermore added that to accommodate the students the colleges will start the second shift. Now after the completion of the intermediate the students can take admission in the BS programs offered by the various colleges of KPK. There are also other various colleges in Pakistan that invite applications from the candidates to enroll in BS programs. 

New Colleges in KPK

In this regard, the meeting was held in which Chief Minister Mahmood Khan participated and reviewed the progress made by the affiliated authorities. In the meeting, a briefing was given regarding the overall performance of the higher education department. According to the sources almost 19 new colleges had been founded in the last 2 years and many other colleges are in the construction phase that will be operational soon. Apart from this, to meet the needs of the academics of students many new lecturers’ posts had been approved. So, that there would be no shortage of teachers in the colleges to educate the students. Furthermore Rs. 2.56 billion had been sanctioned to provide the facilities to the students according to the current requirements. 

Reconstruction in Departments

The minister also directed the concerned officials to work on the construction plan of the new colleges without any postponement so that they can start functioning as soon as possible. It is instructed to ensure the construction of the new colleges as per the modern needs. The authorities are also working to devise feasible proposals for the reconstruction of the few education departments. To develop the science labs, provision of machinery and many other facilities the budget of Rs. 1.5 billion had been approved.