PESHAWAR: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa authorities is spending Rs22 billion for high quality training within the newly merged tribal districts of the province.
A spokesperson of the provincial authorities stated that 4,500 academics had been being to beat the scarcity of educating employees in these districts, Radio Pakistan reported.
He stated that the federal government was additionally offering primary utilities, furnishings and stationery within the instructional services. The spokesperson stated that extra classroom and boundary partitions of the faculties would even be constructed the place obligatory.
He maintained that the provincial authorities was additionally paying month-to-month stipend to woman college students in tribal districts to encourage feminine training.
Learn Extra: Govt to spend over Rs100bn yearly for tribal districts’ uplift: PM
Earlier on March 18, Prime Minister Imran Khan had introduced that his authorities’s deliberate to spend greater than Rs100 billion yearly for the uplift of tribal districts – previously often known as Federally Administered Tribal Areas (Fata).
“Our ppl[people] within the tribal space will see unprecedented growth as Govt plans to spend over Rs100 billion yearly for 10 yrs in tribal districts,” the prime minister had stated in a tweet this morning.
“Dwelling as much as our dedication. A 3-week consultative course of on 10 yr Dev[elopement] Plan for former FATA is being initiated, ranging from Bajaur.”