Punjab Cabinet approved Single National Curriculum (SNC) for provincial schools that will start implementing in the academic year 2021.
Punjab Education Minister Dr Murad Raas said, “The Punjab cabinet approved a single national curriculum. We will be implementing it in School Year 2021 InshAllah. “
He clarified that the Single National Curriculum would be from grade one through grade five.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government in its manifesto and election campaigns repeatedly said the party would bring a uniform curriculum for all cadres of education.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has also said that a uniform education system would end the class-based system in Pakistan.
He argued that the class-based education system would end in the country as all children would get equal opportunities to excel.
It is pertinent to note that the Prime Minister last month chaired a meeting on uniform education curriculum.
The federal education ministry in collaboration with the provinces is spearheading efforts to introduce a single-national curriculum at the primary level — both in public and private schools and religious seminaries.
The Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood on Thursday said that the government was considering launching a Radio Education program to magnify its distant learning project across the country.
The University of Health Sciences (UHS) has established a National Tele-medicine Center for Corona virus (COVID-19) control to help healthcare providers manage and mitigate the spread of deadly virus.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday inaugurated an education complex to provide education to the orphans and unattended children in Mirpur, Azad Kashmir.
The ‘Hunermand Jawan’ program will be the largest ever skill development program launched in Pakistan
Prime Minister Imran Khan is to launch the Hunermand Jawan program today (Thursday), the country’s largest ever skill development program aimed at the youth of Pakistan.
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday called on the nation to step up efforts to curb the rising menace of drug abuse in youngsters, as well as increasing cases of child abuse, saying these “cancerous” threats could not be defeated unless collective efforts were made by all strata of the society
Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood distributed 42 electric wheelchairs to students of 14 public sector universities in a ceremony held at Higher Education Commission Secretariat in Islamabad.
Sindh Governor, Imran Ismail inaugurated Prime Minister Imran Khan’s Kamyab Jawan Programme for youth to support them through technical and financial assistance.
Special Assistant to Prime Minister on Information and Broadcasting Dr Firdous Awan has said that the inauguration of NUST Technology Park was first of many and the government of Prime Minister Imran Khan was determined to set up more such technology parks in other educational institutions as well.
The Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba (IJT) has called for a conference on December 8 to debate the code of conduct for student unions hinted by Prime Minister Imran Khan.