Single National Curriculum (SNC) launched in Pakistan
Single National Curriculum (SNC) launched in Pakistan. Prime Minister Imran Khan launched the first phase of the Single National Curriculum (SNC) on Monday.
Prime Minister Khan presided over the launching ceremony of the first phase of SNC in the Prime Minister’s Office. Said that the launch of SNC is the realization of his 25-year dream of ending the education gap of different classes in the world.
The Prime Minister said that his government is working hard to close the gap caused by the spread of Urdu language education and English education methods.
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The Prime Minister stated that the SNC paid special attention to the teachings of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammed (peace and blessings to the Lord) and added that the SNC would also teach ethnic minorities their respective religions.
The Prime Minister ordered the Minister of Education Shafqat Mahmood to expedite the implementation of the second and third phases of the SNC in the next six months.
The Minister of Education stated that for the first time in Pakistan’s history, SNC was launched in Punjab, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Balochistan, Gilgit Baltistan (GB) and Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK). He added that he is currently negotiating with the Sindh provincial government on the introduction of SNC in the province.
In the first stage, SNC will be implemented in classes I to V in the new school year. VI to VIII (202223) and IX to XII (202324) plan to adopt CNS in the second and third phases, respectively.
At the same time, Prime Minister Khan stressed the need to establish a single and strong regulatory body to better implement the Islamabad Capital Territory (ICT) building regulations.
According to the press release posted here, he shared these views while chairing a conference on ICT issues.
The Prime Minister instructed authorities to develop a comprehensive plan to resolve complaints about ICT misappropriation.
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Modern drone technology must be used to effectively implement the plan, it said.
The Prime Minister also emphasized the need to plant trees on a large scale to protect the environment in the federal capital.
It is necessary to consider a reward system to ensure that people participate in the protection of green spaces, he said.
Planning Minister Assad Omar, Prime Minister’s Accountability Adviser Mirza Shahzad Akbar, Prime Minister’s Secretary Azam Khan, Islamabad Chief Commissioner Amir Ali Ahmed and other senior government officials Attended the meeting.