SIALKOT - Socio-political circles, parents and female students have sought immediate intervention of Punjab Chief Minister Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif to direct Chairman Technical Education and Vocational Authority (TEVTA) to desist from dislocating Government Commerce College for Women Sialkot. They said that TEVTA was planning to shift the only commerce college for women from existing location which was showing excellent performance since its establishment. Currently the Commerce Degree College and Allama Iqbal College are functioning in the hostels of Poly Technical Institute but the TEVTA was making its efforts to shift Commerce Degree College for women the only college where female students feel safe and sound. Furthermore the college was providing inexpensive commerce education to the female students as compared to other colleges functioning in and around Sialkot by the private sector they said. Under the circumstances the shifting of the college will be an unjust and will create serious hardship for the girls students of Sialkot and its adjoining areas. According to available information at present there are more than 500 girls student in the college and the so-called decision of shifting of the college would be jock and slogan of the government Education for All would shattered the image of the government. They appealed to the Punjab Chief Minister to take immediate steps for overhauling TEVTA and fix parameters for assessing its performance because TEVTA has badly failed to produce skilled labour for the industrial cities and had become white elephant. Expressing their confidence they said that Chairman TEVTA should clarify the rumours remained hard talks about the shifting of Government Commerce Degree College for Women Sialkot for defusing the misconception of parents and students about the future of the college.