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Punjab Board Proposes Replacing 9 Existing Boards with Single Board System

Punjab Board Proposes Replacing 9 Existing Boards with Single Board System

Punjab Board Proposes Replacing 9 Existing Boards with Single Board System

Punjab Board Proposes Replacing 9 Existing Boards with Single Board System

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  • Punjab officials dissolve nine educational boards to create one unified authority for education oversight.
  • New board’s headquarters in Lahore to ensure efficient administration, led by a high-ranking officer.
  • Government commits PKR 1.025 billion to improve education quality and streamline the system.
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Officials in Punjab have declared the dissolution of all nine current educational boards. This significant move is part of a broader strategy to create one unified board responsible for overseeing educational matters in the region.

The headquarters of the new board will be in Lahore, central Punjab, ensuring convenient access and effective administration. A senior officer of grade 20 or 21 will lead this ambitious project, underscoring its importance and magnitude.

The government has allocated a substantial budget of PKR 1.025 billion for the project, demonstrating its dedication to enhancing the quality of education in the area. This funding is anticipated to streamline the education system, increasing its efficiency and effectiveness.

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Although the specifics are still being worked out, rapid execution of the project is expected. Keep an eye out for further updates on this groundbreaking educational reform in Punjab.

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