LAHORE - Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) has employed master trainers at district level in the province for training of teachers of partner schools.

These master trainers will also perform other field related assignments including monitoring of schools. It is expected that this tier will be much helpful in maintaining required quality standards by providing necessary support in maintaining smooth state of affairs.

Addressing the opening session at PEF head office yesterday, PEF Managing Director Tariq Mahmood said that high standards of transparency and cost-effectiveness have been achieved through a steady monitoring system which has also been helpful in improving organisational output and performance.

“Due to it, PEF has emerged as a role model organization,” he added. Mr Mahmood noted with satisfaction that complete record of 1.9 million partnering school students has been efficiently stored in PEF’s IT Server through state-of-the-art computerised software.

Similarly, PEF has consistently been very successful in introducing different educational programs and partnering with the low cost private schools for providing free education to the deserving students in their districts. He further said that teachers’ training programs have also been introduced to improve the teaching capacity of school partners.

These teachers are also taught about latest educational concepts so that they could perform better in future. He asked the master trainers to motivate other teachers to work with passion and inculcate intellectual inquisition in their students so that they could prove as symbols of success in the future.