Schools will remain open despite of pandemic coronavirus fear, Education Minister

Mansehra, There are chances of second wave of coronavirus in the country, but government has no planned to closure of educational institutes yet, said by Shafqat Mahmood Federal Minister for Education.

While speaking to the students at Batrasi Cadet College in Mansehra he said, With the blessing of Almighty Allah, we are in good position and can send out children to the schools, the decision of educational institutes closure was much successful in control of deadly virus now our children are save, and we have no plan to close the schools, now.

Improvement in education sector and each children education is the top priority of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) government.

There are around 20 million school children in Pakistan, and bring them back to institues was a very big challenge, we have planned to utilize all the resouces to continue these children education, he said.

Batrasi Cadet College is a leading education institute with proven educational and discipline background and its services are concentrated for the best facilities to the youth of Pakistan.

Very elegantly guard of honour was presented by the aspirants of Batrasi Cadet College on the arrival of Education Minister.

He also offered Fateha for the souls of those who lost their lives in 2005 earthquake, flowered wreath at Yadgar-e-Shuhda and take oath from the board members.

Swimming pool of institute was also inaugurated by the Education Minister and watched the championship.

On October 15, he reject the fake news circulated on the social media regarding closure of educational institutes in the country.

He twitted, Fake news being circulated on social media that educational institutions will be closed on Oct 15. No truth in this.

Pakistan has successfully control the deadly pandemic virus, which has claimed more than 1,040,000 lives across the world.

After the approval from National Command and Operation Centre’s (NCOC) all the educational institutes reopened last month.