Uniform curriculum and teachers training will raise education standard: DC



RAWALPINDI, (Parliament Times) : Deputy Commissioner Rawalpindi Muhammad Ali has said that the introduction of uniform education system by the government is a longed-for step by which the existing differences in the education system can be eliminated. He said that by raising the standard of education, we can ensure the development of our country as it is not only through education that we attain economic and social development. Keeping in view the importance of education in the development of the country, the Government of Punjab has given special emphasis on school education to improve the quality of education along with uniform curriculum. In this regard, steps are being taken by the Education Department to improve the quality of education through enrollment, missing facilities, teacher training so that education can be generalized to the district of Rawalpindi.

He expressed these views while addressing the participants of the review meeting of the Education Department held at the Deputy Commissioner’s Office. The meeting was attended by District Monitoring Officer, Chief Executive Officer District Education Authority Azam Kashaf, DEO Akram Zia, Shahida Hashimi, Rafat Batool Deputy DEO, Waqar Ahmad Qazi Deputy District Education Officer Kahuta and other concerned officers participated.

Giving a briefing on this occasion, the school education said that steps are being taken to complete the Missing Facilities in schools across the district on an emergency basis. In addition, special provisions are being made for school enrollment to ensure that all children are enrolled in schools and given free education for 16 years. In order to keep abreast of the modern requirements, where the emphasis is being placed on the syllabus, the same training is being imparted through the teacher training to disseminate the teaching in a creative way.