Peshawar : Director The Quaid-e-Azam Group of Schools and Colleges (TQASC) Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has stressed the need for sincerity and hard work to improve the education system in the province.
Abd-ul-Waheed, director of TQASC expressed these views speaking at a Mulaqat programme arranged by Khyber Union of Journalists here at press club on Tuesday. President of the union Arshad Aziz Malik and General Secretary Syed Ali Hazrat Bacha were present on the occasion.
when they started TQASC in District Swabi in 1988 properly, he said, there was no private school and college system. However owing to their quality and standard education, students from other districts of the province even from Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Punjab enrolled their schools.
The TQASC, the director said were playing important role in contributing excellence education. Besides, he added wherever their students obtained good positions whenever they took admission in government educational institutions after freeing from TQASC.
He said hundreds of their students had become doctors, engineers and serving other professions, which he added was an honour for the whole group of the TQASC.
He said after getting successes in Swabi, then they established The Quaid-e-Azam Public school 2009 and The Quaid-e-Azam Girls Public school and college in district Mardan.
Responding to a query, he said they had already extended their education system in provincial metropolis Peshawar and would be spread across the province.