Govt to Eliminate Class-Based Division With New Education System

Prime Minister Imran Khan has said that the uniform education system will eliminate the prevailing class-based division in the education sector. A uniform education system is not just the modern era requirement, but a basic right of every child.

PM Khan expressed his views while chairing a meeting on Single National Curriculum on Monday.

The meeting was attended by Minister for Federal Education and Professional Education Shafqat Mehmood, Punjab Provincial Minister for Education Murad Raas, Punjab Provincial Minister for Higher Education Yasir Humayun, Khyber Pakhtunkhawa Provincial Minister for Education Shehram Tarakai, Parliamentary Secretary for Federal Ministry of Education Mohtarma Wajiha Ikram and senior officers.


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He emphasized that the new generation should be aware of the life of the Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him).

Hazrat Muhammad is the only role model for us and His Sunnah is the beacon of light for us.

He maintained that a uniform education policy will reduce the divide in the society, empower all segments, and provide equal opportunities to every citizen.

However, the system’s success will solely rely on the selection of teaching staff and their capacity building, he added.

The new policy would make getting quality education in Pakistan possible, while the uniform education system would be a role model for other countries of the region to follow.


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Speaking on occasion, the Federal Education Minister said that introducing a uniform curriculum at the national level is meant to stimulate the analytical and creative capabilities of the students.

Besides promoting Pakistanism, the new system also aims to instill ‘golden principles’ like truthfulness, fairness, tolerance, respect, mutual harmony, environment awareness, democracy, human rights, sustainable development, and self-defense.

The meeting understood that special attention should be given to the character-building of students in the new curriculum.



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