ISLAMABAD: The Federal government has spent Rs 49 million on state of the art digital upgradation of Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE).
The said amount has been disbursed for the provision of technological facilities to students within the country and abroad said FBISE Chairman Dr Ikram Ali Malik.
He said that none of the other boards of education of the country had digital facilities like federal board.
The facilities after upgrading of FBISE include one window services for visitors, online support (mail, courier, SMS) to its students, teachers training workshops, screen marking of papers.
FBISE, he said has expanded its network across the world by establishing examination centres in 14 countries. FBISE is providing online support to its thousands of students across the world from 7am to 12am seven days a week and the issues of national and international students were being resolved at their doorstep within 24 hours, the chairman said.
FBISE is also holding continuously teachers training through its five day workshop programme, he said adding that the teachers were being trained for making and checking of papers with the support of foreign experts, Malik said.
Published in The Express Tribune, December 16th, 2017.
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