CM Murad approves establishment of endowment fund for Sindh Madressah Board
KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Murad Ali Shah on Tuesday approved establishment of endowment fund for Sindh Madressah Board Quaid-e-Azam school so that the poor students could get scholarships and other facilities.
Chairing the Sindh Madressah Board meeting, Murad Ali Shah Ali Shah said that the board would be given more land in Education City to promote quality education.
According to a statement released from his office, the chief minister said that SM Board was established by Khan Bahadur Hassanally Efendi and working hard for promotion of quality education.
The chief minister was apprised that the board had eight educational institutions which were taken over by the government. The SM Board requested the chief minister that their administration of these schools may be transferred to them.
At this the chief minister said that the provincial government can work with SM Board in public private partnership, particularly the schools which were property of the board and for other schools.
The chief minister directed secretary education to scrutinize the request made by the SM Board and report him.
He said, “I want to establish a top class Teachers Training Academy in which SM Board support and participation would be required.”
The chief minister vowed to provide more facilities to the schools established in less privileged areas of the province.