Peshawar, July 11, 2012 (PPI-OT): The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Minister for Finance Engr. Muhammad Humayun Khan has said that education played a pivotal role in the rise and fall of nations adding that in view of the importance of education the present government was paying special attention to it.
These views he expressed while inspecting the proposed site of Govt: Degree College for Women at Village Kot in Malakand on Tuesday. MPA Syed Muhammad Ali Shah Bacha, elite of the area and concerned officers of Construction and Works Department were also present on this occasion.
While briefing the minister about the proposed plan, XEN M. Jameel revealed that the proposed college would be constructed on 32 kanals of land that would cost about Rs. 200 millions. The double storey building would comprise separate hostels for lecturers and students, cafeteria, residence of the principal and two suites for professors.
It may be mentioned here that Khan Rehman and Fayaz Gul, social workers, eminent social and political workers of village Kot have volunteered 32 Kanals of land free of cost for construction of the proposed college.
Appreciating this goodwill gesture of Khan Rehman and Fayaz Gul the minister said that it would prove a precious asset and play an important role in development of the area. Earlier, the Finance Minister offered Fateha for the deceased Haji Hayat Gul of Village Kot and Israr Khan Manager Agriculture Development Bank.
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