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Without one vote curriculum council is approved in Pakistan


Without one vote curriculum council is approved in Pakistan

After 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.

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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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