Punjab is mulling over a plan to set up career counselling centres at the educational institutions of the province to provided effective guidance to the students regarding their professional careers, said Punjab Minister for Higher Education, Raja Yasir Humayun.

In this regard the government has also decided to launch a web portal.

The minister announced the news in an interview to the FM radio and web TV of Lahore College for Women University. He shared that his department plans to introduce a learning management system in all universities.

For that, the department has also released funds to Punjab Higher Education for the development of a software.

 

He urged the universities to focus on quality education, as it will help producing capable workforce for the industries out there.

He was visiting the department of Mass communication of the university when he made these remarks.

Raja Yasir was told by the Vice Chancellor, Dr Bushra Mirza and Chairperson Department, Dr Anjum Zia of the university that they had been using Learning Management System during covid-19 to continue teaching online.

The provincial minister also held a question and answer session with the students and briefed them about his department and the Punjab government’s performance in the education sector and plans.

From : pk.mashable.com

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