LAHORE-In just one example of its misplaced priorities, Punjab Government will spend a hefty amount of Rs 2 billion on purchase of laptops for brilliant students, while a meager amount of Rs.450 million will be spent to equip 515 elementary schools with computers to give IT education to the students. Similarly, a comparatively small amount of Rs 3 billion has been earmarked for provision of missing facilities in 63000 schools out of total Rs.14.5 billion development budget earmarked for execution of different developmental projects during 2011-12. Chairman Punjab Education Foundation, Raja Anwar provided these details while presiding over a meeting at his office here on Sunday. The meeting which was also attended by representatives of Punjab, Education Foundation, school education department and members of non formal sector, was informed of the priorities set by Punjab Government to execute different projects to achieve the goal of 100 percent literacy in Punjab. While giving a further break up of developmental budget for the school side, Raja Anwar informed the participants that Rs one billion have been earmarked for the provision of science labs in one thousand secondary schools, while an equal amount will be spent to convert one thousand high schools into model schools. He said that it has also been planned that dangerous school buildings will be reconstructed with an amount of Rs.540 million in the next fiscal year so that students could study in a congenial atmosphere.