Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan approves a special education project
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ISLAMABAD: Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has approved a project to introduce specialized training in 400 secondary schools in the country, it was reported on Saturday.

Khan chaired a meeting on Friday and approved the launch of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) project in partnership with universities, Dawn News reports.

According to the Prime Minister, special laboratories for science and technology, engineering and mathematics will be set up in 40 schools in the first phase of the project.

This project gives around 100,000 children in the 400 schools access to education and training in modern sciences.

On that occasion, Khan said the country’s development was linked to the advancement of science and technology and had directed the early completion of related projects.

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