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March 16, 2019

Affordable education

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March 16, 2019

For a developing country like Pakistan, educating the nation is the only way to bring prosperity to the country and improv people’s standard of living. However, it is sad that it is the private sector that has been left to shoulder most of this responsibility as most government schools are in such a poor state that calling them schools would be entirely wrong.

In Turbat, however, the working of the private education sector needs immediate attention. Private schools in the region charge high, nearly unaffordable, fee, For many parents, who are living in poverty, paying an exorbitant fee is quite difficult. The private schools association in the region must consider bringing the school fee down to an affordable level. The Balochistan government must also intervene and try to find a solution to this problem.

Jameel Phullan

Turbat

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