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As part of their two-day exposure trip to Islamabad, a 15-member delegation of female teachers and Balochistan Rural Support Programme (BRSP) officials from Quetta and Pishin districts of Balochistan visited IPS on March 2, 2016.

The trip was arranged by BRSP and facilitated by IPS LEAD - the learning, excellence and development program of the Institute.

In an interactive motivational session with DG-IPS Khalid Rahman the delegates debated various roles that Pakistani women, especially female teachers, can play towards the betterment of the society and nation-building.

Earlier, the delegates were briefed about multifarious activities of IPS with special focus on its human development program by Naufil Shahrukh, head of outreach.

In addition to the session at the Institute, IPS LEAD also organized two more sessions for BRSP delegates: 1. an exposure trip to the National Commission for Human Development (NCHD) where they visited the National Literacy Resource Centre before being briefed about the organization's activities by Habibullah Khan, national literacy coordinator, NCHD, and 2. a session titled 'Educational Leadership' held at AIMS Education System which was imparted by its teacher trainer, Nazish Rafique.

 

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