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Uniform curriculum will end disparity in educational systems: Minister

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training Shafqat Mahmood has said that only the national single uniform curriculum can be helpful in bringing all the classes of society at one platform.
While chairing a meeting today to review the fresh development on Single National Curriculum the minister said the country was riddled with different systems of education, which was discriminatory for its children.
Shafqat Mehmood said the dream of “One Nation” and “United Pakistan” cannot be achieved until the classification system not end in the country.
The minister said that the national curriculum was implemented in the developed countries of Europe while it was also successfully applied by some Asian Countries.
He assured that the standard of the single national curriculum in Pakistan will not be lower than the international level.
The new curriculum will not only increase the capacity building of our children but it would also highlight their natural abilities, the minister added.
He instructed the officials to inform the provinces and all relevant stakeholders about the new development in single national curriculum, adding that in that regard at least two monthly meetings would be arranged with the provinces and other stakeholders.
Shafqat Mahmood said that a single national curriculum will at once bring equality in all the education system but it will be the first step towards uniformity in the education system.
“The different systems of education have divided the country’s philosophy; a uniform syllabus will end this condition.”
He also said the Tanzeemul Madaris had accepted his ministry’s suggestion, according to which children in its madrassahs would be required to appear in matriculation and intermediate examinations.
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