PEIRA to begin Registration of Educational Institutions in ICT
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PEIRA to begin Registration of Educational Institutions in ICT

PEIRA to begin Registration of Educational Institutions

In a decisive move to address the proliferation of unregistered schools, tuition centers, and academies in the Islamabad Capital Territory, the Private Educational Institutions Regulatory Authority (PEIRA) held a pivotal meeting. Chaired by the PEIRA Chairperson, the session focused on the urgent need to regulate these educational entities and integrate them into the official registration framework.

The meeting saw active participation from the Monitoring and Registration Section of PEIRA, highlighting the growing concerns over the lack of oversight and regulation of these institutions. The Chairperson emphasized the critical necessity of incorporating unregistered schools and tuition centers into the regulatory network to ensure adherence to established educational standards and quality.

During the session, stakeholders discussed the challenges posed by the current unregulated state of these institutions. The absence of proper oversight has raised issues regarding the quality of education provided and the overall management of these centers. Parents and students have expressed concerns about the lack of accountability and standardized practices in these unregistered facilities.

To address these issues, the meeting concluded with the formulation of a comprehensive action plan. This plan outlines the next steps to initiate a robust registration process for all unregistered educational institutions operating within Islamabad. The key components of this action plan include:

1. Awareness Campaign: Launching a campaign to inform and educate unregistered institutions about the importance and benefits of registration.
2. Simplified Registration Process: Developing a user-friendly registration procedure to facilitate the integration of these institutions into the official framework.
3. Compliance Monitoring: Establishing a monitoring mechanism to ensure continuous adherence to PEIRA’s standards post-registration.
4. Stakeholder Collaboration: Engaging with educational stakeholders, including parents, to support the registration initiative and address any concerns.

The initiative aims to streamline the operations of tuition centers and academies, ensuring they meet the required educational standards. By doing so, PEIRA hopes to enhance the quality of education and provide a structured framework for these institutions, ultimately benefiting students and parents across the capital territory.

The PEIRA Chairperson reiterated the authority’s commitment to improving the educational landscape of Islamabad. “This registration initiative is a crucial step towards ensuring that all educational institutions provide a safe, standardized, and high-quality learning environment for our children,” the Chairperson stated.

As PEIRA moves forward with this initiative, the education sector in Islamabad is poised for significant improvements, promising a more regulated and quality-assured educational experience for all students.

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