LAHORE: The administrators of Aitchison College in Lahore have decided not to raise tuition fees, citing financial problems caused by millions of coronavirus epidemics.
The decision not to increase college tuition was taken during a board meeting chaired by Punjab Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar.
“Aitchison College is a historic institution, we take steps to ensure transparency and respect for development,” said Sarwar.
The governor of Punjab defended the government’s efforts to help, saying that he was doing all he could to support the masses during the coronavirus epidemic.
Punjab Education Minister Mrad Raas, Provincial Finance Minister Hashim Jawan Bakht and others participated in the meeting.
Prime Minister Imran Khan ‘good news for the economy’
Earlier today, the prime minister posted on Twitter to share some “good news about the economy”, announcing that the current account has recorded another balance.
He said Pakistan’s foreign exchange reserves had grown significantly to three years.
“MashaAllah despite the good news of Covid 19 in the economy – a dramatic change. Current account balance in November: $ 447 mn. . SBP’s FX fees have risen to about $ 13 bn, the highest in three years, “he wrote on Twitter.