By our correspondent
BADIN Jul 11: The basic & quality education is the basic right of every children of Pakistan. Every stakeholder must put its sincere efforts in practice to get children enrolled under the age of five as they can get thier education freely.
These views were expressed by Col (Retd) Amir-Ullah Marwat, Chairperson, National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) while addressing the participants of the seminar at Tando Ghulam Ali town near Badin on Wednesday.
Adding he expressed that NCHD has left no stone unturned for facilitation of the Govt education Department specially at primary level as quality education to be assured to the children of the country.
Mr. Marwat added that more than seven thousands feder teachers were paying thier duties in different Govt or Feder Community Schools in across the country.
While addressing the Seminar, he stressed participants to pay their attention to their children specially girls as they can get more benefit of the enrollment launched campaign.
On the occasion, Habib-Ullah Khan, Program Coordinator, NCHD, Munir Memon, Director Operation, Aslam Pathan, District Officer, Primary Education, Badin, Mumtaz Ali Notkani, District Officer, Secondary Education, Badin and some others of NCHD including Noor Nabi Junijo, Sajad Memon, Ahsan Zaur, Ashfaq Ahmed Memon and others also addressed the participants of the seminar.
Earlier, Col (Rtd) Amir-Ullah Marwat also inaugurated the enrollment campiagn at Feder Community School, Malala Yousuf Zai at Tando Ghulam Ali near Badin.