KARACHI: Sindh Education and Labour Minister Saeed Ghani mentioned that the Sindh authorities will probably be shutting down pointless colleges from throughout the province.
According to Geo News, he was talking throughout a session of the Sindh Assembly on Wednesday. Answering a query, Ghani mentioned that a number of colleges had been in-built locations the place just one college was required, including that no planning was carried out for the constructed colleges both.
Per the piece, the minister mentioned that the federal government will be certain that to close down extra such colleges which have been registered however don’t exist in actuality, including that the federal government will solely run these colleges that are required in accordance with the wants of their respective areas.
“If there are six schools in an area but only two are needed there, then we will shut down the remaining four schools,” the minister mentioned. “There should be at least thirty children in a school for it to be functional.”
Minister Saeed Ghani additionally revealed that the Sindh authorities has eliminated 3,000 colleges from its system as a result of the faculties had been registered however they didn’t exist in actuality.
During the session, PTI MNA Haleem Adil Sheikh took a jibe at Minister Ghani and requested whether or not opened any colleges in Sindh or if he’s solely busy addressing rallies.
In response to which, the provincial training minister mentioned that he’s a member of a political occasion and conducting rallies can also be part of his job, including that he’s “ready to answer stupid questions too.”
Answering one other query associated to visiting colleges, Saeed Ghani mentioned that “only Superman can visit all 49,000 schools in the province. I cannot visit all the schools,” he mentioned.
Speaking in regards to the vacancies within the Sindh Education Department, Minister Saeed Ghani mentioned that, at current, there are 37,000 vacant positions within the division which will probably be crammed on the idea of benefit.