KOHAT, 6 October: Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Chief Minister Pervez Khattak has announced the establishment of a degree college for girls and extension of Rescue 1122 Service in district Kohat.
Addressing a public gathering at Shakardara on Friday, Pervez Khattak said that KP government had introduced an effective monitoring system to ensure the presence of teachers in government schools saying Rs 80 million had been deducted from the salaries of absent teachers. He said that KP required 25000 teachers in government schools out of which 10000 teachers would be recruited through a test by National Testing Service. A monitoring system would also be introduced in government run hospitals within two months to ensure the presence of doctors in health facilities. The KP Chief Minister approved the construction of seven government schools including two primary, two middle, two high and one higher secondary, in Kohat. He announced to build “Tarale Pul” a bridge in Shakardara with a cost of Rs 250 million.