Rawalpindi, (Parliament Times) : All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association central president Malik Abrar Hussain said that In Pakistan, more than 60 percent of children are studying in private educational institutions, whereby getting a better and quality education, they not only earn decent jobs but also make the name of the country and nation shine. The private sector is playing its best role in improving the literacy rate in Pakistan.

The meeting of the executive body of Rawalpindi and Islamabad of All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association was held yesterday in a local hotel in Islamabad. The meeting was presided over by Malik Abrar Hussain, Central President of the All Pakistan Private Schools and Colleges Association. On this occasion, the Central President of All Pakistan Private Schools Federation Kashif Mirzane attended the meeting as a special guest. The executive members of the association from the twin cities participated in the meeting held here yesterday and the problems faced by the private education sector, their solutions, and government responsibility were discussed.

On the occasion of the executive body meeting, both leaders in their respective addresses demanded the protection of private educational institutions and said that the services of the private education sector in Pakistan are worthy of praise, which is the primary responsibility of the government of the time. The private sector is playing an important role in the education, political, and social development of Pakistan, but this sector is also fulfilling the responsibility of the government. In such a situation, the government must play its role in the improvement, prosperity, and development of this sector as well as for the survival of this sector. In the meeting, it was said that more than 60 percent of children in Pakistan are studying in private educational institutions, from where they not only earn decent jobs but also bring glory to the country and nation by getting better and quality education. The private sector is playing its best role in improving the literacy rate in Pakistan. He also demanded that the government should support the private education sector in providing a better future to the children of private educational institutions so that the country’s educational development and literacy rate can be improved.

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