Peshawar: The Minister for Elementary Education of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Atif Khan has suggested that the KPK government has approved a PC -1 for Combined Learning under the supervision of Information and Communication Technology in Education Transformation Model Project.
The project, which is estimated to cost of Rs 4.33 billion, would be completed within in a year and is expected to be included in the next fiscal year 2017-2018.
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The project is targeted to enhance the educational standard as well as the teaching abilities of the teachers of public sector schools, said Khan while presiding over a meeting in Peshawar on Wednesday on introducing the latest Information Technology trends and technologies in the education zone.
A representative gave a brief detail to Khan of One Screen on introducing innovative IT Technologies and underscored the importance and prominent features of the proposed project.
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The education minister of KPK maintained that the Blended Project will not just improve the learning of aspirants as well as teaching method of the teachers.
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