Rawalpindi: (Parliament Times) Parliamentary secretary for Federal Education and Professional Training Wajiha Akram has said that progress of the country depends on revolution in education sector while youth is bright future of Pakistan. She stated this after visiting science & arts exhibition of Punjab College of Women at Rawalpindi Arts Council here on Saturday. Member National Assembly Sheikh Rashid Shafiq, Director Colleges Dr Jahanzeb Khan, Shakil Ahmed Chohan, and Director Punjab Group of College Ch Muhammad Akram were also accompanied by her. Wajiha Akram said that private sector has tremendous services in the field of education also said that students should excel in science education. She took special interest in science models made by female students and distributed shields among the participants. Member National Assembly Sheikh Rashid Shafiq said that present government was taking steps to promote education. He said new colleges and universities would be built and attention would be paid on standard of education. Director Punjab Group of College Ch Muhammad Akram thanked distinguished guests and described the purpose of exhibition. Director College Dr Jahanzeb Khan, Shakil Ahmed Chohan and others also spoke on the occasion.