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Pakistan and Turkey school delegation calls on Sindh Governor

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by March 14, 2016 General

Karachi, March 14, 2016 (PPI-OT):Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ebad Khan has said that the people of Pakistan and Turkey have deep rooted relationship and affiliation with each other and it is getting further cemented by the passage of time as it is based on sincerity and mutual respect. This he said while talking to a 25-member delegation of Pak-Turk school at Governor House. Turkey has always taken lead to help its Pakistani brethren in case of any natural disaster or eventuality or any other sort of need, he added.

Governor Sindh said that Turkish people bear immense love and affection for their Pakistani brothers which is proven by the shear response they give to any call for help. Their rescue, relief and rehabilitation teams always reach Pakistan first, he said. Governor Sindh further said that Turkey has been a valuable contributor in spread of education and knowledge in the Province of Sindh through its Schools and other educational institutions.

Pak-Turk schools through their outstanding standards have been instrumental in the success of Pakistani Students in the world as they are not only taught but also trained to realize their dreams in their practical life, he observed. He said that Province is facing various problems in primary and secondary education for which Government is implementing many strategies with the help of private sector.

The enrolment of 2300 students in 6 campuses of Pak Turk schools and provision of 40% scholarship to students is very commendable, he further added. Governor Sindh was briefed on the achievements of students of the school. It was further informed that a Pakistani student has secured overall first position amongst 40000 students of Ankara University which is an ample proof of their talent.

For more information, contact:
Syed Wajahat Ali
Advisor to Governor (Higher Education and Media)
Sindh Governor House
Tel: +92-21-99201216-7, +92-21-99201201-3


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