Five labour children send abroad on scholarship by KP govt

Provincial government has decided to give opportunities to the students to study abroad on scholarship said by Shaukat Yousafzai KPK Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Labour and Culture.

This year, department of labour will send five children of labour on scholarship abroad for higher education, he said on the Education Expo held in Peshawar.

SR International arranged the Education Expo in partnership with other to provide the facility of scholarship to the students in six countries of the world. Abida Jalali SR International Branch Head and Raja Sohail Director of organization also speak on the occasion with specialists from Lahore.

Each year many people choose the illegal methods to go abroad for higher education which create problems. These people needs proper direction for this. Educational consultants are playing a vital role and its opportunities should be extended in small towns and villages, said by Shaukat Yousafzai.

Education expo are organized in the big cities with small scale, these can be bring in small cities and town, said minister.

He said, youth only focus on educational activities and don’t waste the time in employment searching and earing. All the hope of the state and parents are directly linked with youth.

Minister said, it was dream of every student to study abroad, and getting education abroad was a big challenge.

Parents do their best and invest their earnings on their children for education, so this is the duty of the children to achieve good performance and trainings, he said.

Minister said, when he complete his degree, he was the first graduate in his village, but now by the grace of Allah, there are many highly education youth in every home.

He further explained that, after completing the education it is difficult for the youth to get jobs but in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa now the future is bright as they are developing the industrial areas which will definitely create opportunities for the jobs.

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