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Approaching toward systematical education

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The government is preparing to introduce a systematical education system in government and private schools as well as madressahs seminaries from grade I to XII. The most significant view of the reform educational plan is its priority on induction of uniform syllabi. In the case of seminaries, excluding the subjects taught under Dars-e-Nizami syllabus, for all other characteristics subjects at the matriculation and intermediate levels their pupils will appear in exams conducted by various provincial education boards. The purpose, of course, is to train students with knowledge and skills that could allow them to understand their likely skill and contribute to the country’s social and economic progress. Generating systematic standards of education is hailed. Rote learning needs to be disheartened and serious thinking promoted so that young people can analyze for themselves received information, and reject illogical ideas – a skill that can increase their knowledge of all types of problems. It may be reminded that the pasts PTI government in KP and PML-N government in Punjab had made some changes in school curriculums but withdrew printed books after facing condemnation from religious parties for encouraging free ideas. It can only be expected this time the federal and the provincial governments will not make any settlement on the quality of education.
Good health, education and support opportunities for residents living in various communities depict the state of national advancement, which is equitable and meaningful for all citizens. Citizens with requisite proper knowledge and skills appear at the top of the list of factors that heighten a country’s progress with regard to economic progress and social development in present day’s knowledge economies. This gives fair access to quality education that offers students with appropriate talent and aptitudes to adopt profitable roles in the global economy of the current and subsequent. The tenured government of Pakistan started its term in 2018, with the pledge to accelerate progress in the country. In this regard the education plan of action of the government should mainly concentrate on the quality of the learning experience of all students in the system. An identical education system, which has been one of the five basic elements of the new government’s education plan of action, is attracting a great deal of concentration these days. Principal changes in the education system will be informed by the urge of a picked few, with no technical framework in education, and the process of creating a systematic education system will be both led and encountered by those educated in best private schools in the country and leading universities across the world. All of us know that that parents who earn less incomes from low-paid jobs and send their children to private schools face difficulties in getting best type of education. Families with comparatively high incomes are also under burden to bear their children’s educational expenses at private institutions. If families have confidence in the quality of education provided at public schools, they will not have to spend sufficient portions of their household income on paying private schools a at a high price to educate their children. Pakistan’s education system at present faces grave issue because the learning outcomes of students are miserable as compared to the global education countryside. Nothing less than a commitment for a systematic quality of learning for all students will help enhance the rate of national progress. If the genuine purpose of the education design is to advance learning outcomes, the government should rescue the public education system. Improving the quality of education at government-funded schools will be a tangible step towards creating a systematical education system in the country that works equally for those who attend private schools, a cadet college, or a government school in rural areas of Pakistan. Pakistan has frankly stated said it has agreed with its clergy to induct reforms in madrassa religious schools to bring them in accordance with schools and restricting hate speech and radical accounts. The government will record more than 30,000 madrassas, will teach subjects like English, mathematics and science. There will be no preaching of hate speech against any religion or sect. Pakistan promised to repress religious seminaries doubted of encouraging extremism following a school massacre by the Taliban in December 2014 that left more than 130 children dead. Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan has said he wants the madrassas to produce better-qualified students. The Seminary students should also become engineers and doctors in his first public address. He called on madrassas to introduce a central curriculum including subjects like math, English and science. Most are privately funded and fall outside government control. Pakistan plans to take control of a network of above 30,000 madrasas as part of a drive to the Islamic schools by bringing them under state control. An Islamic education will no doubt continue to be provided but there will be no hate speech.