Students’ numbers are increased in Balochistan’s universities for maintaining peace : CM Jam Kamal

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QUETTA, Oct 17 (APP):Chief Minister Balochistan Mir Jam Kamal Khan said Balochistan’s future is linked educated youth while more construction of educational institutions are essential for provision of quality knowledge to new generation.
He expressed these views while speaking at ceremony of distributions of laptop among students of five universities of province , said a press release here on Wednesday.
Provincial Ministers including Mir Zahoor Ahmed Buledi, Sardar Abdul Rehman Khetran, Nawabazada Tariq Khan Magsi, Mir Umar Khan Khalid Jamali, Muhammad Khan Utmankhel, Abdul Khaliq Hazara, Mir Muhammad Khan Lehri, Mitah Khan Kakar , member of provincial assembly Mah Jabeen, Chief Secretary Balochistan Dr, Akhtar Nazir and Secretary Education Abdullah Jan were present on the occasion.
Jam Kamal said Balochistan’s real development is possible through standard of education and this regard provincial government is taking solid steps for ensuring quality of education in the area.
“Balochistan’s students are lucky to take advantage of opportunities which had provided them for aiming to ensure quality education in best varsities of province”, he said.
He said laptop is a very small gift for students but it would enhance capabilities of students in different educational objectives of moderns.
Chief Minister marked performances of educational institutions had been affected in past due to terrorist activities but now the role of varieties is being improved owing to law and orders situation was improved in the province.
“Numbers of students are growing in universities of province for getting studies”, he added.
He said measures need to be taken to improve higher education for interest of province and students.
The chief minister stressed the students to pay attention on their reading and after completion of their knowledge would play their effective role for development of the country and Balochistan.
Mir Kamal Khan distributed laptops among students including female students at concluding of ceremony.