“Focus on technical and vocational education will not only improve individual performance but also increase our National Productivity. Both boys and girls should have opportunities to get vocational education and hence become productive members of the society.”
He continued that other than formal education, instructors should impart positive thinking in students as well and train them for teamwork.
“Character building and ethical grooming is even more important than formal education; we need to harness the talent of our young population for useful purposes, make them life-long learners and contributors for well being of society.”
He commented on Public-Private partnership as well stating that such efforts will have help to improve efficiency and accessibility in education sector.
“Prime Minister’s Education Reform Program is in full swing; under the program government schools operating in the capital are being upgraded with modern infrastructure and facilities”.
The model training centre in Nilore has been set up under Public-Private Partnership Program by Al-Farabi Islamic School and Degree College together with National Education Foundation (NEF).