The division-wise Progress Reviews on the Special Enrollment Campaign 2023 concluded today with Bahawalpur Division. In an enlightening review, the CEOs of Bahawalpur, Bahawalnagar, and Rahim Yar Khan shared their enrollment targets and achievements.
Online Progress Review of Multan Division on Special Enrollment Campaign 2023 Khanewal ranks 4th in all over Punjab with the achievement of enrollment targets, with Vehari 11th, Multan 17th and Lodhran ranked 19th at provincial level.
Additional Programme Director, PMIU-PESRP Mr. Imtiaz Shahid chaired an online progress review of Sargodha division on Special Enrollment Campaign 2023 today. The CEOs of Sargodha, Bhakkar, Mianwali and Khushab presented status of enrollment campaign in their respective districts with a special focus on regular meetings and community engagement.
On the directions of Project Director PMIU, Deputy Director Finance Mr. Zubair Abbas visited Rawalpindi to monitor schools and status of Special Enrollment Campaign 2023. A special meeting of all DEOs was arranged and Co-chaired along with the CEO, Rawalpindi to share and enhance progress on the ongoing Campaign.
A consultative workshop on Foundational Literacy and Numeracy was held in Multan on 24th October 2023. Key findings and lessons learnt from completion of the Learning Camps in 5 districts were presented and discussed. Future recommendations for various contours of the interventions were deliberated in detail. The workshop marked the
Project Director PMIU Muhammad Farooq Rasheed chaired a Progress Review meeting of Gujranwala Division on Special Enrollment Campaign 2023. With appreciation for Hafizabad and Gujranwala on over-achieving the targets, directions were issued to Narowal, Mandi Bahauddin, Gujrat and Sialkot to meet the set targets within stipulated timelines, to ensure access
Project Director (PMIU-PESRP) Muhammad Farooq Rasheed chaired a comprehensive review meeting to evaluate the progress of the Special Enrollment Campaign 2023 in the Faisalabad Division, encompassing Faisalabad, Jhang, Toba Tek Singh, and Chiniot. The chair directed the Chief Education Officers (CEOs) of the respective districts to bolster the effectiveness of