The downtrodden education system in Punjab is an issue for the entire province. Therefore, the Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) devised a policy to devolve the management of low-performing primary schools into the worthy hands of the private sector while incurring financial expenses. In this regard, Punjab Education Foundation entrusted the managerial skills of Ghazali Education Trust and tendered 82 schools in the districts of Bhakhar and Mianwali. The primary problems of these schools were high dropouts and low enrollments coupled with a lack of quality education. These factors further exacerbated the problem as the parents stopped sending their children to school. Therefore, soon after the possession, GET launched an awareness campaign in both districts in order to educate the people about the wonders of education. Trust founded local school committees and Mother’s Forum to further raise awareness in the community regarding education. The campaign was so successful that the net enrollment rate increased many folds. The average enrollment per school jumped from 42 students to 112 students. Moreover, the trust renovated all these schools and fulfilled their basic necessities i.e. 55 classrooms and 20 washrooms have been built by the trust. Besides, it conducted teacher training workshops on cluster bases to enhance the teachers’ efficiency. Due to the managerial and administrative skills of GET, the dropout rate has been decreased to 5% and the net enrollment rate is increasing day by day.