State Minister for Capital Administration and Development Division Usman Ibrahim has formed a committee to review work on the planned College of Home Economics and Management Sciences in the capital.
The women’s college will be set up at a cost of Rs500 million in Sector F-11/1.
Ibrahim chaired a meeting on Tuesday to review work on the project and ordered authorities to expedite construction work so academic activities could begin as soon as possible.
Of the total cost, Rs200 million have already been allocated for the project.
CADD additional secretary will head the review committee, which will comprise CADD joint secretary, DG development, and an official from the Planning Commission.
The minister has also sought a detailed report on the project within 15 days.
Published in The Express Tribune, September 17th, 2014.