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President Alvi chairs an important meeting with education experts

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President of Pakistan Dr. Arif Alvi has directed the Federal Education Ministry, vocational Training and Higher education Commission to take concrete steps to promote online eduction in the Country.

The President was chairing a meeting of Education experts in Islamabad and various options were taken into consideration regarding closure of educational Institutions and online education.

Emphasizing on the importance Education, the President said that due to the situation arose by corona, the students are facing great loss. Modern information and communication technology are needed to ease their sufferings and to compensate their loss,

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Federal Minister for education and vocational training Shafqat mahmood informed the President about the steps taken by the ministry to provide eduction through a TV channel.

He said that the ministry has started a channel named as Tele school through which the students from grade 1 to 12 are being given lectures of science, maths, English and other subjects.

He further added that the materials for Tele School are providing free of cost by different educational plateforms and groups.

President Alvi appreciated the steps taken by the ministry in a limited time.

The President Arif Alvi has also extended his felicitations to the Ministry on the launching the first Tele Schoool in the country which will reduce the difficulties of pupils.

Remember that the Education process has shifted online across the globe due to the global lockdown in the wake of corona virus pendamic outbreak. Pakistan is suffering to provide online education due to the lack of facilities.

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