Education Minister urges public, private sectors to work together for education


ISLAMABAD: Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood has emphasized the need for use of technology to remove traditional hurdles in the path of education.

 He was chairing a meeting of Ed-Tech partners in Islamabad on Monday to promote the technology driven education in the country.

The Minister urged public and private sector to work together for the noble cause of education.

He said technology based education will help online content development, teachers training, development of rural area schools and monitoring of teachers and students.

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