CM Maryam approves Google certification for 0.3m students

CM Maryam approves Google certification for 0.3m students


Approves tablets for schools heads

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LAHORE (Dunya News) - Punjab Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz has sought the monthly schedule of a five-year plan for education reforms. 

CM Maryam Nawaz presided over a special session on school education reforms. 

Senator Pervez Rashid, provincial minister Marriyum Aurangzeb, Rana Sikandar Hayat, MPA Sania Ashiq, the chief secretary, secretary of education, and others attended the session. 

During the meeting, a detailed review was undertaken about public schools reorganisation. The school education secretary briefed the Punjab CM on developments on the school nutrition project. 

CM Maryam Nawaz has called for a monthly schedule of a five-year plan of education reforms.

During the session, the CM approved the provision of 32,298 computer tablets to primary school heads. It has also been decided to establish IT and science labs in 1,000 elementary schools.

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The Asian Development Bank (ADB) will grant $100 million for financial assistance for the development of labs. 

The project for Google certification for 300,000 students of government schools has also been formally approved. Students will get the opportunity of Google certification under the digital journey for the Tech Valley project. 

Suggestions about the formation of Punjab education curriculum and training were also reviewed in the session. It has been announced that more than 92 percent of free books have been delivered to schools. 

Punjab CM Maryam Nawaz has vowed to ensure the quality of education in government schools at all costs.