Punjab government


The Punjab government is about to introduce a wide range of reforms in the education sector to ensure access to free and quality education to the students. While the reforms aim at providing access to education for all, regardless of their background and economic statuses, their central focus is to enhance the learning process and introduce equitable improvements in the learning outcomes. It is expected that improvement in the learning outcomes will also yield fruitful results in terms of increasing student enrolment and retention levels in the province.

Ammar Sheikh 

The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) made education and education reforms the cornerstones for its election manifesto and campaigns, terming its plans for reforming the sector “the most ambitious education agenda in Pakistan’s history”. Yet, the first full budget presented by the new provincial government has left much to be desired in terms of funds funneled towards education, falling even short of allocations made by the previous Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N) government in some areas.