Islamabad: The Capital Development Authority (CDA) has declared its intention to lease 300 plots to private schools in Islamabad.
By giving them suitable commercial properties, the action seeks to address the issue of private schools operating in residential areas.
Through ads, the CDA has requested expressions of interest, indicating that it is ready to interact with anyone who is interested.
The plots available range in size from 4 kanals to 20 kanals, offering plenty of room for school facilities and infrastructure.
According to the leasing agreement, the first three years of the lease will be waived for schools that purchase the plots, helping schools during their early establishment. But the chosen bidders will need to finish building the school and open it for business in less than five years.
All schools renting the plots will have to hire instructors based on merit in order to promote quality education. This requirement emphasises the need of having a qualified and competent teaching staff in providing high-quality education, as suggested by the Education Department.
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