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'Teachers should be more regular'

LAHORE, Aug 16: The government should bound teachers to ensure their presence at colleges because it was the only way through which indigent students could get education, said Imtiaz Akbar Khan, son of a labourer from Shahdara, who secured third position in pre-engineering group.

He said that he has been studying at the Civil Lines College. He said he had got 993 marks in pre-engineering group. He said he succeeded in the examination because he worked hard. He said, "Due to my meager resources I did not join a private academy." He said his father's monthly income was around Rs 5,000. He said, as his teachers were not regularly taking the classes, so he faced a lot of problems in his studies. He said that he wanted to become an electrical engineer in the future. He said he would try his luck to get admission in the University of Engineering and Technology. Daily times
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