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CM Maryam approves Google certification for 0.3m students

LAHOREMaryam Nawaz, the chief minister of Punjab, has requested the five-year plan’s monthly schedule for educational reforms.

Overseeing a special session on school education reforms was Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz.

Attendees at the meeting were Senator Pervez Rashid, Marriyum Aurangzeb, the provincial minister, Rana Sikandar Hayat, MPA Sania Ashiq, the chief secretary, and the secretary of education.

A thorough examination about the restructuring of public schools was conducted at the meeting. The Punjab Chief Minister was updated on the school nutrition project’s progress by the school education secretary.

A five-year plan of school reforms with a monthly schedule has been demanded by Chief Minister Maryam Nawaz.

The CM authorized the distribution of 32,298 computer tablets to principals of elementary schools during the meeting. Additionally, 1,000 elementary schools will have science and IT labs installed.

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A $100 million grant from the Asian establishment Bank (ADB) will be used to support the establishment of labs.

Additionally, the effort to formally authorize 300,000 government school students for Google certification has been approved. Students will have the chance to become Google certified as part of the Tech Valley project’s digital journey.

During the meeting, suggestions on the creation of the Punjabi education curriculum and training were also discussed. It has been reported that schools have received almost 92% of the free books that were distributed.

Maryam Nawaz, the chief minister of Punjab, has sworn to uphold the standard of instruction in public schools at any costs.






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