The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has decided to begin a ‘Free Tablet Scheme,’ which will assist thousands of students and teachers in the province’s schools and colleges.
More than 23,000 tablets will be provided to talented students and teachers as part of the scheme’s initial phase, allowing them to participate fully in the academic process.
According to Education Secretary KP, Ashfaq Ahmed, the project will cost Rs. 1 billion and will be formally launched once the province government releases the necessary funding.
Last year, the KP government approved the recruitment of instructors for more than 25,000 unfilled positions across the province’s schools and colleges. These posts were recently approved.
Shahram Khan Tarakai, the KP Minister for School and Elementary Education, assessed the progress of all projects earlier this week and directed that hiring begin after the positions were advertised.
During the meeting, the Minister also directed key stakeholders to guarantee that all schools and institutions in the united districts have the requisite furniture.