Is The Punjab Education Commission Being Abolished?

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Is The Punjab Education Commission Being Abolished
Punjab’s Minister for Higher Education and Information Technology, Raja Yassir Humayun Sarfraz, has pronounced that the area has become a pioneer for IT progressions in Pakistan. 

He likewise examined the fate of the Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC) and the effect of the Punjab Information Technology Board (PITB) on different areas. 

Tending to a joint public interview with the Special Assistant to the Chief Minister, Dr. Firdous Ashiq Awan, at Arfa Software Technology Park, Raja Yassir kept up that the public authority has a “solid faith in useful work as opposed to featuring characters”. 

He underscored the significance of incorporating IT assets into the current common changes, adding that innovative mediations in the issues of the state have supported the destruction of debasement at the most elevated levels while giving an easy to use environment in varying backgrounds. 

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Minister Sarfraz recognized the endeavors of the PITB in changing Punjab into an IT center that likewise encourages different territories in an assortment of innovative fields. 

We have no designs to close Punjab Higher Education Commission (PHEC). Or maybe we were battling to upgrade the norm of instruction in Punjab with a positive joint effort and backing of PHEC and Higher Education Department Punjab. 

He additionally talked about Prime Minister Imran Khan’s vision for the coming years, and lauded the commonplace Chief Minister, Sardar Usman Buzdar, for encouraging the development business in the area. 

The minister further added that the public authority has made life simpler for the general population by presenting the ePay application, a stage that permits the residents of the Punjab to cover token expenses, and e-challans, and so on online with accommodation.

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