The Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training is going to launch a new educational TV channel. The channel is likely to be started on 14th April 2020.
The channel named ‘Teleschool’ is likely to be aired from 14th April.
Sources revealed that the Pakistan Electronic Media Regulatory Authority has issued instructions in a statement to air the channel on all cable networks.
It was mentioned in the statement, “The channel will beam programs from 8 am to 6 pm every day and will deliver content for grades 1 to 12. The content has been provided by leading Edtech companies including Sabaq, MUSE,
Taleemabad and Knowledge Platform,”
“The channel will be launched on 13 April 2020 by Prime Minister Imran Khan and will go on air for regular broadcast on 14 April 2020 at 8 am,”
Syed Umair Javed, Federal Statement of Education Director-General informed that the lectures for the students enrolled in classes I to V will be aired for 15 minutes whereas the content for class VI and above will be aired for 20 minutes.
He said, “For lower classes, English, Maths, Urdu and General Science will be taught whereas for higher classes all subjects will be taught. We will issue the weekly timetable for students and it will be available on the website and also aired on the channel,”
He said that the content of Teleschool will benefit the students to prepare for their classes.
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