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April 3, 2015

Govt revolutionising education system: Baligh

Islamabad

April 3, 2015

Islamabad
The Roots International Schools (RIS) held its 27th annual convocation of Roots International Schools at Convention Centre here on Thursday.
Minister of State Muhammad Baligh-ur-Rehman was the chief guest on the occasion.
He said, “Team work makes you a winner.” He congratulated the students and their parents on their passing out and wished them a prosperous future. He admired the whole team of Roots International Schools in not only educating and training the students but placing them in the prestigious universities and professional institutes as well.
The minister emphasied that the government under the worthy leadership of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is doing every possible effort to improve and revolutionised the education system in the country and the results are coming in.
He said literacy rate has been increased and dropout rate has been minimised, our literacy rate is 60% now. And we have achieved all this in just the period of 1.5 years. Although it’s still very low and we have a long way to go but we are working towards betterment and we will achieve our goals in no time. Quality education is the right of every Pakistani therefore we are trying to develop a better curriculum as well, emphasised the State Minister.
In the end Minister of State said that the character building and self fulfilment are the real goals of the education. We need to develop the habit of listening and respecting the point of views of others with the generous heart and liberal mind because this is the only way to success.
The Minister of State of Frontier Region, Ambassador of Denmark, and other national and foreign dignitaries also attended the convocation.

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