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Lahore

March 21, 2017

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‘Technical institutes to be set up in remote areas’

‘Technical institutes  to be set up in remote areas’

LAHORE

Punjab government will establish state of the art technical institutes in remote areas with the technical assistance of Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA). 

According to a press release, Punjab Minister for Industries Sheikh Ala-ud-Din said this during his visit to Govt Institute of Emerging Technologies Township on Monday. He added the newly-established Govt Institute of Emerging Technologies Township with the collaboration of Turkish organisation would provide latest training facilities to the youth. 

The minister said after obtaining approval from the CM, a delegation of Punjab government would soon visit Turkey to discuss plan to establish new technical institutes. 

Cleanliness: Week of cleanliness and tree plantation was launched at Jinnah Hospital and Allama Iqbal Medical College on Monday. 

According to a handout, the activity on the first day started with training of hospital waste management and infection control for the doctors, nurses and allied health professionals. A walk to raise awareness was held from the college to the hospital.

Principal Prof Rashid Zia and MS Jinnah Hospital Dr Sohail Saqlain, college and hospital staff along with Chief Conservative Forest Department, PHA and Wasa staff participated in the week. Tree plantation campaign was launched with the Forest Department by planting a tree in the college and hospital by the principal and MS. The campaign will continue to take all measures for ensuring safe environment and professional disposal of hospital waste.

 

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