Lahore: Provincial Minister for Education, Rana Mashhood Ahmed Khan has said that the dynamic leadership of Pakistan Muslim League-N is committed to bring industrial revolution in Pakistan through collaborating with Peoples’ Republic of China, the time tested friend of Pakistan.
While addressing to the signing ceremony of the state of the art Refrigerator Manufacturing Project in Lahore which has been agreed between Changhong, the world famous Chinese Company in electrical appliances and the Pakistani electronics company Ruba.
The Minister termed it a remarkable initiative by Changhong Ruba to bring foreign investment in Pakistan and appreciated the step forward to bring the latest technology and equipment to produce the world class standard refrigerator products for the consumers of Pakistan. We will also take advantage in terms of employment benefit through this joint-venture, the Minister added.
Chief Executive Officer Changhong Frank and President Ruba Electronics Muhammad Ayub Khan in their speeches termed this joint-venture a huge development in the technological sector which will strengthen the bonds between Pakistan and China.
Meanwhile, the Education Minister distributed achievement certificates among the participants of 12-day training workshop of master trainers under Federal Ministry of Education and Training and Standards in Higher Education at Lahore today.
Provincial Director of Directorate of Basic Education Community Schools Faisal Shahzad Awan in a briefing informed that his institution is providing facility of free education to 2.5 lakh children of the far-flung areas of the province including reverine areas and Cholistan from Class 1 to 5.
The Minister said that his government is working for the same purpose, therefore, joint efforts should be made in this regard. He said that Punjab government is ready to provide training facility to the teachers of community schools of federal government at DSD Lahore.
Similarly, Punjab government is also willing to provide free textbooks to the students studying in community schools.