LAHORE: Pakistan has revered in its Constitution the right of all youngsters to get quality instruction and a protected and solid environment, Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar said on Monday.
He was tending to the members of the British Council's strategy dialog on the most proficient method to Foster a More Inclusive Education System in Pakistan at the Governor's House.
"As indicated by UNICEF gauges, in excess of 1.4 million Pakistani youngsters with incapacities are as of now away from the school. The issue is more pervasive among young ladies," Governor Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar told.
"The circumstances in the Punjab is somewhat better with a specialized curriculum schools in extremely sub-locale, with a financing of over Rs1 billion consistently. To encourage such kids at post-graduate level, the Higher Education Commission has asked our colleges to hold a 1 for every penny amount for understudies with handicaps. There is a need to find out whether this is really executed or not," he said.
Sarwar spoke that it was basic that the legislature expand its exertions in both comprehensive training and custom curriculum.
"This will oblige a thorough and synergistic methodology from the administration and from the instruction division to expand the right to gain entrance to schools, colleges and professional preparing focuses," he said.
He adulated both the British Council and the UK government's Department for International Development (DFID) for putting their time and assets in raising the profile of persons with incapacities in Pakistan.
"We ought to just view this as an issue point. There is considerably more that is still to be carried out," he said.
Amid the dialog, the board was led by Peter Upton, the British Council Pakistan nation executive. It likewise offered Sir Martin Davidson, the British Council CEO, and Higher Education Department Secretary Abdullah Khan Sumbal, Special Talent Exchange Program president Atif Sheik, Special Education Secretary Ambreen Raza and DFID Senior Education Advisor Barbara Payne.
The panelists focused on the criticalness of the issues and contended unequivocally for the advancement of the structure of incorporation in training in all sections of society, incorporating vocation for persons with inabilities.
Pakistan’s law stated that every children has the right to free and compulsory education, even though millions of children are not getting their right in Pakistan,
The report of Alif Ailaan titled “25 Million Broken Promises”, this report tells that about 25.02 million children of Pakistan in the age of 5 to 16 years are not going to schools, and a huge amount of inactivates are also with them.
The incapacities are thought as the useless people in most of the countries in the world but they are also the citizen of the nation they have the equal rights as anyone else.
So we have to think about them, we have to make the plan about their future, because in-activeness is not caused by themselves this is a natural phenomenon and we cannot neglect them, but we can motivate them that they are not inferior then any one.
If any one of them have the ability of getting education then motivate him or her and others can be trained for any professional skill which can be helpful for them and their families.
In this way they can use their skills and also it will be better for the organization in which they are working so we have to think about them they are among of us and we are among of them.
MALALA IS GIVING HER $100,000 OF AWARD TO HELP EDUCATE KIDS IN PAKISTANMalala Yousaf Zai, the child rights futuristic is the youngest person of the whole world who has won the Nobel Prize, now she has also won the freedom Medal on Tuesday, and she has guaranteed that she will donate her $100,000 award to improve the education system in Pakistan.
Yousaf Zai received the annual prize from the National Constitution Center due to her “bravery and spirit in the face of difficulty and for raising a voice for those people who are not speaking for their human rights and liberties” the NCC said this.
The 17 years old girl, gave a speech charting her wish to see the 57 million children that they are are presently out of the school. She has given the right to an education system in Pakistan and she told with in the few days after winning the Nobel Prize with India’s Kailash Satyarthi.
“I am very pleased to receive this medal,” she said in a speech sprinkled with jokes. “It motivates me to carry on my movement for education system in Pakistan and all around the world and to fight for the human rights of each and every child in,” she added. Malala announced that she will donate her Prize money towards the education for the development of education system in Pakistan.
She has called on countries round the whole world to resist spending the money on guns and weapons and she said that instead of this people should spend the money to devote in their children’s futures for education. She also said that, “Education is the best weapon through which we can fight deficiency, illiteracy and violence. So I ask all the countries all around the whole world, let us say no to wars.”
The schoolgirl, who presently lives in Britain, rose to standing in Pakistan. She has protest for girls’ right to education in Pakistan. In October 2012, she was shot in the head by a Taliban gunman and is regarded with distrust and disgust among many people in our country, Pakistan.
Emigrant to Britain, she has made a significant recovery in Pakistan and today she has attend the school and flies around the world to champion for universal access to education system through her Malala Fund donations.
“Malala’s brave fight for equality and freedom from oppression is the indication that; she is a loving, committed leader and irrespective of age. She has the power to burst out a movement for the developmentof education system in Pakistan,” said NCC chairman Jeb Bush. “Let us all, young and old people, try to be like Malala—to challenge the status quo and to serve as the substances for a meaningful change in Pakistan.”
The Freedom Medal is granted to those people who have struggled to secure the freedom for people around the whole world. Past receivers include the former presidents such as George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, Nelson Mandela, Shimon Peres, Kofi Annan and Bono.
10 disturbing facts about Pakistani Youngsters Away from SchoolPakistan’s law stated that every children has the right to free and compulsory education, even though millions of children are not getting their right in Pakistan, a news report by Alif Ailaan
The report of Alif Ailaan titled “25 Million Broken Promises”, this report tells that about 25.02 million children of Pakistan in the age of 5 to 16 years are not going to schools.
"What's more awful, the extent of out-of-school youngsters (OOSC) increments as the level of instruction climbs so that by the higher-auxiliary level very nearly 85% are not in school," the report uncovers.
There is 10 bad counts about the education crises in Pakistan which are mentioned in report
- Maximum children away from school are in Baluchista. Baluchistan has the 66% children, who are not going to school, this is the biggest amount of children away from school in any province of Pakistan. And after Baluchistan is Fata which has the range about 62% then Sindh is 51%, Gilgat Baltistan is 48%, Punjab is 47%, Azad Jammu Kashmir is 43% and K-P is 34% and the least amount is only 16%
- More than 50% of Pakistan youngsters away from school are from Punjab. The youngsters who are out of school are more than 50% from Punjab and the remaining are from other regions like it is only0.2% in Islamabad, 1% form Gilgat, 2% from AJK, 3% in Fata, 7% Baluchistan, 10% in K-P and then 25% in the Sindh, this is the %age of the out of school youngsters are division wise
- It is difficult to girls to go to school. In Pakistan it is very difficult thing for the girls to go to school and we look towards the graph of the comparison of the out of school gender and region wise
- It gives us information that, there is maximum out of school girls are from the Fata which are 78% and boys are 47%, second position goes to Baluchistan which is on 72% girls and 61% boys, Punjab has 50% girls and 44% boys, minimum number of girls away from school is in the Islamabad and it is only 12% and boys 19%. Elder youngsters are more away from school. In Pakistan as the age increases the number of youngsters away from school increases with age. As we look towards graph between age and out of school girls (OOSC), this is looks like this the maximum number of youngsters away from school are at the age of 16 which is about 55% and then 51% of 15 years age than decreases as we come towards the less age and at the 7 to 5 it increases again and it reaches up to 31%
- Most of the parents did not allow the girls to go to school and boys are not willing to go. In Pakistan if we look for the girls the most of the parents did not allowed to girls to go to school and if they are willing about the boys, unfortunately they are so good they do not want to go to school about the girls it is about that 34% parents did not allowed her and in case of boys 38% are not willing to go
- Most of the girls are not going to school because they are doing help of their parents in their work
- 70% of that children never went to school from the students away from school
- Most of youngsters related from poor families
- The education system is not able to keep the youngsters who are in school
- Young ladies make up more than 50% of full scale out of-school kids
Celebration of Nobel Prize
Hundreds of people gathered in Islamabad near National press Club, this was not a simple protest participant were also holding the placards and shouting slogans,
“over the last 20 months ,Pakistani women have brought home an Oscar, an Emmy, Gold medals and now Nobel Prize,” written on one of the placard at that event,
Civilians got together to show gratitude to Malala a schoolgirl of only 17 years old from one of the most beautiful valley of Pakistan Swat, who become a proud of her country by winning the Nobel Prize and become the youngest person of the world who got any Nobel Prize in history.
A poet and writer said that “women, young and old ,continue to outshine the men of Pakistan in every field, showing their resolve to progress and better themselves”
The celebration event was organized under the Aurat foundation, they also cut a cake to the name of Malala’s Nobel Prize, the people present also set free some white birds which shows the symbol of peace.
Many people paid tribute to the Malala like the poet and activist Kishwar Naheed, Tahira Abdullah, Naeem Mirza, Alia Mirza, Irfan Mufti and others.
All the participant were agreed with the view that “Malala had cleared the mind of the world that Pakistani are the thirsty of education” by speaking against the Taliban.
Kishwar Naheed titled her as the “Pride of Nation” she is the youngest person of the world who got the Nobel Prize, this is a great achievement for us
Mr. Khalique and Ms. Naheed also spoke some good words in the honor of Malala and Mr. Kalique also sang a few verses of his poetry written by him in October 2012 on shooting Malala ,
“Malala, there is already little light; let not the flame of life go out.
The words you have written in blood; Let them not be erased”
Social activist Mufti Irfan said that by her struggle to the education Malala has shown that “there is no place of Taliban in Pakistan” he also said that “she was the committed girl , who spoke against the armed Taliban”
Tahira Abdullah told that she had called to the Malala’s family and they thanked to all the Pakistanis for all this love and such an honor to Malala and her family, she also thanked to all of participant on the behalf of Malala and her family
Talking with the news reporter of Dawn news an English news paper Naeem Mirza said that “current century was an age of women’s empowerment”.
This shows that in the time of modern age women are doing more efficient work as compare to the men, these are not any shameful words for men but these are the words for to pay tribute to the women of the modern age, who is not only a women who only works on home and do nothing out there but these are the women who works on home and also out of home much efficient.
The chains of slavery have been no longer now, women were playing their important role, in all departments like politics, police, education, media, and almost all fields.
To congratulating Malala for award AHRS feels an HonorAsian human rights commission feels an honor to congratulating Malala for her Nobel Peace Award and female education, Malala openly resisted the Taliban extremism in Pakistan and she continued to fight against Taliban for the education of the women in Pakistan, due to this demand she was shot in head by gunmen on the way from school to home in 2012.
So now she is not alone in her this struggle to fight for the women education in Pakistan, the whole world stands with her now to win this war against those people who are against the girls education in Pakistan and also all around the globe, Asian Human Rights Commission also congratulating her on her success, having a faith that she will become more strengthen towards the struggle for rights and education in Pakistan and in whole world.
In Pakistan it is very rare that any on stands alone for the rights of others and especially for girls, and Malala is one of those who do this. But Malala’s bravery and determination inspired many of them, she had a passion to do something for her country and she do.
In 2007 when Taliban took the hold of Swat valley, which is the one of the most ancient and beautiful place for the tourism in Pakistan and they banned the girls education there, so many schools were destroyed Malala in the age of 10 was writing for the girls rights and her dairy was published by BBC urdu service.
The right of education in Pakistan is very important right in Pakistan, Malala spoke against the oppression and the cruel rule of Taliban, Refusing to obey them and risked her life for the women education, she was shot in head by gunmen on way to home from school and because she was the only girls without veil in van. A socity in which women suffers but bear every thing without complaining, a society in which the birth of girls is not think as good thing and no one celebrate this happiness. They grow up on the mercy of the men of their home which are like the ‘demi God of their fate’.
Luckily Malala’s father was not one of these fathers think like this, he encouraged his daughter to break free. In his speech he said that “why my daughter is so strong? Because I didn’t clip her wings.”
Malala has won 16 major international awards till now for the human rights and women education before wining Nobel Peace Prize this year. Before this different people won this prize.
1st Nobel was won by the Dr. Abdulslam for Pakistan and Malala is 2nd who grants this honor to their homeland, Dr. Salam was never got any honor from Pakistan because his only crime was that h was and Ahmedi. In spite of these many research center related to physics is named after his name in world but a single street is not belonged to his name in Pakistan. He is a nameless hero in the pages of history of Pakistan.
About Malala different people have different views some of them thinks that she is good but some are also do not think good about her work But keeping all these things in view this is an honor for Pakistan and also Asia to win a Nobel Peace Prize.
Without one vote curriculum council is approved in PakistanAfter a great effort and opposition the Inter Provincial Education Ministers Conference approved the national curriculum without the any decision or approval of the minister of the one province Sindh.
In the third conference of the IPEMC held on Tuesday in the Muzaffarabad city of Azad Jammu Kashmir was the one of the meetings of this body working for the education in Pakistan.
The education minister of Pakistan said that “the synergy among education development partners help us to avoid duplication of work and ensure the value of the money”
The minister of the Sindh and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa raised some objections about the working methods of the council proposed.
The provincial ministers opposed the “sweeping powers”.
The federal minister of education Mr. Baligh said that “this platform will help us to interact the donors and the funding foundation for the education like the UN agencies and other organizations which are investing in the development of education in the world”
The ministers of the Sindh and K-P had objected on some “sweeping Powers” of the council proposed but in this meeting the minister of the K-P is satisfied and he agreed but the Sindh is still not approved this council until now.
While talking about the meeting with the print and digital media state minister claimed the council would set a minimum standards of education in Pakistan,
When someone asked about the apposition of the Sindh from the decision and also not coming in the conference, he said “they had some reservations about the role and authority of the body but all the provinces are free to be part of it”.
K-P Minister for secondary and elementary education Atif Khan had objected in the last meeting but he is agreed with the articles of the council now “the term with which the K-P minister was disagreed is that ‘the tone and tenor of the provision stating that provinces would be bound to follow the recommendations of the body, including the text book printing, etc.
“But now all the terms which were becoming the problem have been removed now we will make decision with 100 per cent vote of all the provinces,” he also told this
After taking decision of forming council, at least one and maximum three members would be representatives from each federal territory, each province AJK, Gilgit Baltistan and federally administered Tribal Areas were agreed
One of the official took part in the meeting said that “decision by the council would not be binding on the provinces and they would be responsible for its implementation”. He also said that “we will decide the conditions and working profile in the next meeting of IPEMC that will be held in January 2015 and secretariat of federal government will help them in this”.
Talking about the role of the Sindh the federal minister told that “his meetings with education minister of Sindh and his secretary were good and important.
“The summary has been sent to the Sindh chief minister about the council and we are hoping that they will join us instead of pressing us to discuss the issue in the council of Common Interests,” he concluded.
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PEC has issued the 8th class date sheet in the month of January. Like past days to present this year too Examination commission of Punjab has issued the 8th class Date Sheet 2015 in the mid of January for the students. After having the examinations in the month of February and March students are anticipatedly waiting for their 8th class result 2015.
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