PESHAWAR - The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government decided to spend hydropower and tobacco cess revenue on educational projects in the province, sources said on Wednesday.Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has a great potential in tobacco and hydropower generation, thus it gets a huge amount in head of its revenue from central government. The KP government, the sources, said was determined to work too much in this sector.The ANP-led govt, they said, allocated four per cent provincial GDP for education, which is considered a revolutionary step. Its another step to spend revenue amount of tobacco cess and hydro power generation on educational projects in the province. In this connection, a high level seven members committee to be headed by additional chief secretary was constituted which would submit its report to government within a month. Secretary finance secretary planning and development, secretary excise and development, secretary energy, secretary higher education and vice chancellor of Abdul Wali Khan University are also members of the aforementioned committee. The committee was tasked to look into the matter so that to transfer tobacco and hydropower revenue to the various districts. The sources said that KP government was ready even to make amendments in existing laws if it were hurdle in the implementation of the idea, which would bring a revolution in education. sector if implemented with litter and spirit.The sources said that present provincial government has so far established nine universities in KP during last four and half years. KP-a militancy hit province needs to focus on education as it was considered to cope with militancy if education was provided to people of the province.The provincial government wanted to provide quality education to people of the province so that to bring literacy rate at par with rest of the province and compete with in all sectors, the sources concluded.