The government prioritizes the Uniform Education System to provide equal opportunities for all: PM – Pakistan | Instant News

Published in 02 November, 2020 19:30

The prime minister said the national education policy would raise education standards

ISLAMABAD (Dunya News) – Prime Minister Imran Khan said on Monday that ending class-based segregation in the education sector was the government’s top priority.

Chairing a meeting on the uniform national curriculum in Islamabad, he said the uniform education system is not only a modern day necessity, but also a basic right of every child. He said that the new generation should be fully aware of the life and sunnah of Khatim-un-Nabiyyin Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) because he is a true role model and His Sunnah is a beacon for us.

According to the Prime Minister, the national education policy will increase the level of education and provide equal opportunities to empower all levels of society. He said the success of this system was based on the selection of teaching staff and increasing their capacity. He said the new policy would enable people to get quality education. He said the uniform education system would set a precedent for regional countries to follow.

Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood explained at the meeting that the introduction of a uniform syllabus at the national level aims to highlight students’ analytical and creative abilities. He said apart from providing curricular education and highlighting Pakistani nationalism, this system would instill golden principles of honesty, honesty, tolerance, respect, mutual harmony, awareness of climate change, democracy, human rights, sustainable development and personal protection among students. . He said a special focus had been made on building student character in the uniform education system.

The meeting was informed that this syllabus has been formulated, keeping in mind the goals of sustainable development, and it will be implemented in all private and government schools and Islamic seminaries, across Pakistan.

It is said that Islamic Studies will be taught as a separate subject from Grade 1 to Grade 12 to promote Islamic teachings. Separate subjects in the name of Religious Education will be introduced for students from minority communities, which will be offered from Grade 1.

During the meeting it was found that the main purpose of the uniform syllabus was to provide education to students according to the needs of modern times and the consultation process with all stakeholders had been completed in this regard.

Imran Khan was also briefed on the Federal Directorate of Education and the improvement of educational institutions in Islamabad.


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