PM launches uniform curriculum to end class-based system in education sector

Aizbah KhanWeb Editor

16th Aug, 2021. 12:59 pm
PM launches uniform curriculum to end class-based system in education sector

Prime Minister Imran Khan launched a uniform curriculum to end the class-based system in the education sector across Pakistan.

Addressing a function in Islamabad, Prime Minister Imran Khan paid tribute to Education Minister Shafqat Mahmood and his team for the initiative.

The Prime Minister said that the uniform curriculum is to improve the moral values ​​of the youth, along with education, humanity and ethics must be improved, minorities should also be taught their own religions.

The Prime Minister said that work on the biography of the Prophet (S.A.W.) in the syllabus will be completed soon adding that minorities should also be taught their own religions as all religions teach humanity.

Earlier, Prime Minister Imran Khan launched a uniform curriculum to end class divisions in the education sector across Pakistan.

According to a statement issued by the media wing of the Prime Minister’s Office, respect for social values, cultural and religious diversity, aspects of practical life and vocational education and skills are also important aspects of the curriculum.

A consistent curriculum from the 21st century onwards will help hone students’ positive critical thinking and creativity.

The statement said that in line with the government’s vision of providing equal development opportunities to every citizen, a uniform curriculum would be an important milestone in bridging class gaps.

The Prime Minister attended the ceremony as the chief guest.

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