Governor asks varsities to improve education standard
PESHAWAR: Governor Shah Farman Wednesday directed all provincial public sector universities to bring improvement in education standard and warned strict action against those varsities failing in implementation of decisions taken by the Senate and syndicates.
He issued these directives while addressing the oath taking ceremony of the Senior Alumni Association, Islamia College Peshawar.
He said all public sector universities of the province should improve their overall system, adding that all the varsities would have to give complete audit report of their financial matters.
He stressed the need for training and professionalism in institutions of higher education for a good society, adding that higher educational institutes are responsible to train new generation and for the purpose the faculty of educational institutions should have to perform their responsibilities professionally.
The governor deplored that institute like Islamia College lacks training that could cause damage to society.
He assured college administration that he being a chancellor would continue his support to this institution, but subject to better performance, adding that they should understand the aim and basic theme for which purpose this historical institution was established. – APP