Lahore: The federal government has decided to introduce “Matric Tech” to make technical education universal at the secondary level. In this regard, the signing ceremony of the “Matric Tech” project MoU between the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education and the Serving Schools and Colleges Association was held yesterday in which the President Serving Schools Qaisar Alam, Chairman Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, has duly appointed Riza-ur-Rahman as Matric Tech Project Ambassador. Also present on the occasion were Central Chairman Serving Schools and Colleges Association Dr. Nadeem Kiyani, Islamabad President Aurangzeb Nadeem, General Secretary Kaleem Hafeez. Speaking on the occasion, Qaiser Alam, Chairman, Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, said, Is a link to. He further said that the agreement with the Serving Schools Association would prove to be a welcome development. “Today is undoubtedly another step forward in the field of education and this project will be a milestone for our students,” he said. And we will live up to the trust that the government has placed in us. Students will be provided employment immediately.
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