According to Punjab Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, providing modern equipment and basic amenities in schools can benefit in developing students’ abilities and raising the standard of instruction.
On Wednesday, Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi examined the execution of the directives provided to enhance the state of a school during his last visit to the Government Junior Model School Model Town in Lahore five days prior.
Following his instructions on his initial visit, the school improved its cleanliness, installed window glass, installed lights and fans, furnished classrooms for the children, and painted the buildings.
When Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi unexpectedly arrived at the school, the children crowded around him and expressed their happiness. The students expressed their gratitude to the Chief Minister for moving quickly to upgrade the school’s infrastructure.
Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi engaged in conversation, handshakes, and social interactions with the students. School sweeper Robert was specifically summoned by Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, who inquired about the problem’s remedy.
Robert thanked the Chief Minister for finding the answer. Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi met the pupils in the classrooms and inquired about their issues.
Students grumbled about not having a canteen and not being able to play in the school. Children should be allowed to play during school breaks, according to Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi, who also immediately instructed the principal not to forbid playtime.
He informed the children that a canteen would soon open at the school and that cricket player Wahab Riaz would also be there to play cricket with them.
The 2009-built IT lab’s outdated computers needed to be replaced, per Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi’s directive.
The Deputy Commissioner was instructed by the CM to furnish the IT lab with contemporary PCs right away.
He stated that without computers, education in the present day would be impossible and that students absolutely require access to a state-of-the-art IT lab.
The order was then given from Chief Minister Mohsin Naqvi to set up three rooms for the IT lab and add fifty computers. He was accompanied by the provincial ministers Azfar Ali Nasir, Amir Mir, and Mansoor Qadir.
On this occasion, other authorities in relevant roles were the Chief Executive Officer of Education, Secretary of Construction and Communications, and Secretary of Schools Education.