Need to prepare curriculum for future challenges urged

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ISLAMABAD: Federal Minister for Education Rana Tanveer Hussain presenting a shield to Federal Minister for Information & Broadcasting in the event held to celebrate the University Rankings of Quaid-i-Azam University, here Wednesday. - PID photo

ISLAMABAD: Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Wednesday said that Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) has combined different cultures and values reflecting all traditional colors of the country.
Addressing Quaid-i-Azam University ranking celebration ceremony here, the minister said that, however, there was need to prepare curriculum with futuristic approach for skill and human resource development to meet future requirements at the global level.
The real strength of Quaid-e-Azam University was its students’ body that represented every culture and region of the country, she said. She stressed the need for focusing on teaching digital media and the performing arts in the educational institutions.
The minister called for teaching constitution in educational institutions to acquaint the students about constitutional matters and democratic norms.
“We can promote our culture and heritage through performing arts at the educational institutions”, she said.
Meanwhile, Minister for Information and Broadcasting Marriyum Aurangzeb on Wednesday announced that on the occasion of the completion of 75 years of creation of Pakistan, as part of Diamond Jubilee celebrations a special ‘Logo’ has been launched under the title
“Azm Aali Shan, Shad Rahey Pakistan”.
In a tweet, she said that it was manifestation of the love for Pakistan and renewal of the determination with which brave and great forefathers and martyrs built Pakistan.
“With the same determination, we will make it economically strong and self-sufficient, a welfare state and invincible in terms of defence in order to achieve the real goals of the establishment of Pakistan and bring facilities in the lives of the people as was envisioned by Muslims of the subcontinent”, she said.
The minister said that with the vision of economic self-reliance, the youth of Pakistan would truly become the architects of the nation, reaping the fruits of national development.
She said that the youth would be at the forefront of education, employment, business and all walks of life and become decision makers.
Like the establishment of Pakistan, the dream of an Islamic welfare, developed and economically independent Pakistan would also become a reality, she remarked. – NNI