CM- Private Schools ManagersAugust 2, 2014
PANJGUR: Private schools managements were receiving threats for the last four months and fear was created by firing outside some schools. A van of a school was also burnt in the city. With this parents stopped their children to go to schools.
These views were expressed by Managers of 23 Private schools during their meeting with Balochistan chief Minister Dr Abdul Malik Baloch here Sunday. They apprised Chief Minister in detail about closure of private schools in the area.
They added that district administration assured of providing sufficient security to their schools but parents were avoiding to send their children to the school. Now parents have decided to send their children to these schools and they were ready to reopen their schools.
Chief Minister termed this decision a positive one and expressed his pleasure that now at these 23 private schools boys and girls would equip with education. He also expressed the hope that owners, teachers and students both girls and boys would be provided complete security.
He was also hopeful that students deprived of education for four months would be adjusted according to their syllabus by providing them additional time.
He assured private schools owners and managers that students of these schools would also be given awards and cash prizes for securing distinctions. He said teachers of government and private schools would also extend full cooperation to provincial government for developing human resource.