Gilgit-Baltistan Chief Secretary Mohyuddin Ahmad Wani recently visited Pakistani students studying at Cambridge University, where he provided them with insights into the government’s recent educational and technological initiatives in the region. The students eagerly listened as the chief secretary discussed various measures aimed at enhancing the quality of education. These initiatives included the establishment of new schools, the provision of high-quality textbooks, and teacher training programs designed to augment their skills.
In addition to education, Chief Secretary Wani highlighted the government’s efforts to promote technology in the region. He shared details about the establishment of IT parks, the provision of high-speed internet connectivity, and the encouragement of digital entrepreneurship.
The students were enthused by the initiatives discussed and expressed their interest in contributing to these endeavors in the future. Their eagerness to participate demonstrated the potential for positive change and progress in the region.
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Concluding his speech, the chief secretary received heartfelt gratitude from the students for visiting and sharing these inspiring developments from Pakistan. They expressed their appreciation for the newfound hope and optimism that these initiatives bring to the region.
As Chief Secretary Wani departed, he carried a sense of fulfillment, recognizing that he had successfully motivated and inspired the next generation of Pakistani leaders.