Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif Friday launched his Educational Reforms Programme aimed at upgrading facilities in 422 schools and colleges in the Federal Capital.
Prime Minister Sharif unveiled the plaque of the programme at the Federal College for Women, Panjgaran Chak Shahzad.
Under the Programme the facilities of science and IT labs, libraries, sports, better class rooms and play areas would be upgraded in educational institutions. Some 21 educational institutions in the federal capital will be upgraded in the first month, while the remaining would be upgraded in 10 months.
The Prime Minister visited various sections of the college. He visited class rooms, talked to students and teachers and inquired about the facilities required and the problems they face.
He had candid discussion with the students.
Maryum Nawaz, Minister for CAD Tariq Fazal Chaudhry, Minister for Health Saira Azal Tarar and Minister for Information Pervaiz Rashid accompanied the Prime Minister.