Linguistics lab brings unique opportunities

Facility inaugurated at job bureau by Bhakkar DC

Rana Aamir Aslam June 30, 2019

BHAKKAR: The establishment of a linguistics lab in the underdeveloped region of Bhakkar will offer services related to the latest trends and also end the sense of deprivation among the public, said Sargodha Commissioner Zafar Iqbal Sheikh.

“The project can play a crucial role in the development and prosperity of the region. It is a valuable gift from the deputy commissioner to residents of Bhakkar who are fond of language and literature.”

During his visit to Bhakkar, the commissioner told The Express Tribune that a historic milestone will be achieved for language learners and literature lovers with the linguistics lab. “Another journey from dream to reality has reached its completion. The importance of learning modern languages for young Pakistani adults, who are evolving between the internet and android phone, cannot be denied.”

He further said that it is only after considering the objectives that a linguistic lab in the land of a desert has been inaugurated. “Another landmark, milestone has been reached for the people living in the desert region.”

The linguistics lab was inaugurated a few days ago in Bhakkar job bureau by Bhakkar Deputy Commissioner (DC) Waqar Rasheed. The DC said, “This linguistic lab will prove useful for people from all backgrounds.” He briefed the Sargodha commissioner and said that the lab has been established on a government level via private partnership.

“This linguistic lab has been equipped with all the latest information and communication technology.  The coaching pool based on public sector school teachers associated with linguistics will continue to introduce courses of various lengths during the summer break and several timings through the latest language apps.”

Ever since the inauguration, Bhakkar locals, from all walks of life, have paid homage to the DC and Sargodha commissioner for turning Bhakkar into a digital city and bringing it in line with international standards of the 21st century.

Also lauding the efforts of the DC, the Sargodha commissioner said that he hopes that projects of this kind, which are aimed at advancing the quality of education and improving the index, will continue to benefit people of the district. “Every effort has been made to connect Bhakkar on a national and international level.”

Published in The Express Tribune, June 30th, 2019.


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