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Cadet college plan for the City of Quetta takes a step forward

Quetta: Chief Minister Balochistan Jam Kamal Khan has said that provincial government taking steps  for the development of various sectors such as education, agriculture, water and industries.

Chief Minister was addressing in Quetta National Security Workshop titled ‘Governance Challenges and China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) Prospects’ on Wednesday.

Kamal briefed about the last few months of his government’s performance and also responding to the questions of attendees during the Workshop.

The government is also serious about revamping the while education system of the province as priority task. The digitilizatiuon of education system is the need of the time.

This was discussed by the chief minister during a meeting with Sargodhian Spirit Trust (SST) Chairman Tasneem Noorani on Tuesday.

“The SST has established a cadet college in Sindh’s Rashidabad and we intend to build similar ones in Nowshera and Quetta,” Noorani told the Chief Minister, helping provincial government in establishing a cadet college in Samungli Airbase.

Appreciating the initiative of the trust, Kamal made sure Noorani of full cooperation from the government to develop a cadet college in Quetta.

 

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