FC for promoting girls’ education

By APP
Published: April 17, 2018
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QUETTA: Commandant Frontier Corps (FC) 77 Wing Colonel Hussein Ahmad has said that in this era of innovation and scientific development, acquiring education in line with modern technology is imperative for female youth of Balochistan.

“The Balochistan FC is taking concrete measures for provision of girls’ education in the province,” said Col Ahmad while speaking at the FC Girls Public School Harnai on Monday.

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Different civil society members, political leaders, social workers and tribal elders were also present on this occasion. Col Ahmad was the chief guest.

Col Ahmad said, “The mother’s lap is considered to be the first step towards discipline and knowledge. It is a fact that a child’s education and training begins in the world as soon as it comes to the mother’s lap. An educated mother can raise a good and disciplined child.”

Col Ahmed said that along with the restoration of peace and security in the province, FC was taking potential steps for the establishment of modern educational institutions in far-flung and retrograde areas of the province and providing all basic educational facilities to the Baloch people.

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He said that previously FC Boys Public School was established in the Harnai district, which was playing a vital role in educational development of the district.

He said, “Now the Balochistan IGFC has initiated establishment of FC Girls Public School in Harnai, keeping in mind customs and traditions of the region.”

He said that a separate building was constructed for the girls school, enabling girls to study in a peaceful environment without any confliction.

He said that women’s education was important for both the development of the country and the maintenance of a good domestic environment.

“By educating girls we are empowering women and providing them pace for their socioeconomic development.

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