KARACHI – Sindh Chief Minister Qaim Ali Shah Wednesday presided over a high-level meeting with chairmen of Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education of the province at the Chief Minister House. Shah stressed the need to pay full attention towards quality education in the province. He said that the tactics of impersonation, copy culture, leakage of papers, use of mobile cells, photo copies and other acts be curbed strictly. The chief minister stressed that holding of fair examinations without interference is primarily duty of officers and staff of boards. He further said that there should be uniform system of examinations in all boards’ of province while strict measures should be undertaken to unearth the ghost examination centres. He further said that there is lack of quality education and teachers, parents, students and the society should jointly make efforts for standard of education.The chief minister further said that children are asset of any nation and intelligent students are bright future of the country. Principal Secretary to CM Muhammad Siddique Memon, Chairman Intermediate Board Karachi Anwar Ahmed Zai, Chairman Secondary Board Karachi Faseehuddin Khan, Chairman BISE Sukkur, Chairman BISE Larkana Dawood Memon and others attended the meeting.They presented reports pertaining to working and performance of their respective boards. The detail of affiliated institutions, enrolment, number of students appearing in examinations (class-wise), percentage of qualifying students, action taken against students involved in copy culture, impersonation were also presented in the meeting. The chief minister assured the heads of boards that the difficulties and problems of all boards will be solved.