Education Policy 2019 – Punjab School Education Department

Education Policy 2019 is announced by Punjab School Education Department.

This Policy will explain the educational reforms of PTI Government. As PTI Chairman & Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan always used to focus one education sector in his all speeches and agendas.

Now Pakistan Tehreek e Insaf is in Government of Both Federal & Punjab. Punjab is key province in Pakistan and education sector of Punjab needs very demanding changes for quality of education.

Ex CM Punjab Shahbaz Sharif also played a role to improve the education sector of Punjab but due to his favoritism for bureaucracy damaged the educations sector.

Now the Chief Minister of Punjab Usman Buzdar and School Education Minister Murad Raas are foucs of all public including teachers , parents & students that what changes they are going to make in Education Sector.

According to our survey of Punjab, Parho Pak’s team collected the views of teachers, students & parents. We concluded that Government should focus on education rather than show off. Ex Government was blamed for show off and paper work progress and people are looking towards Murad Raas for improvement in Education Sector.

Murad Raas done nothing except the transfers of teachers in Punjab twice in 6 months. Now Education Policy for 2019 is announced by School Education Department by PTI Government. But this policy is 0% differ than ex government policy. Murad Raas gestures are very telling that he is degrading the teachers and blaming the ex govt for all this structure.

But the ground realities are telling something different. Students in Schools are Promoted without any Pass Fail Conecpt in next grades and teacher can not fail the student who is not able to move in next class.

When those students reaches in 9th & 10th Classes then Board exams fail those students and they become the worst part of society due to lack of Jobs, work & Economy goes down.

The Education policy 2019 is Given below.

Download Education Policy 2019



“Your main occupation should be in fairness to yourself, to your parents, in fairness to the State, to devote your attention to your studies. If you fritter away your energies now, you will always regret it.”

Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah

Almost half of Pakistan’s population today is under the age of fifteen. They are the leaders, workforce and citizens of a vibrant and prosperous future for our country; and they must learn to thrive in a world where change is accelerating. This will contribute towards the realisation of Quaid’s and Allama Iqbal’s dream. To achieve this, our children need a foundation that can nurture their potential by assisting and encouraging them to thrive, learn, grow and be globally competitive.

Quality education is woven into the fabric of every successful society. Punjab with its rich ideology, culture and history must be no different. With at least 20 million students in public and private schools, being one of the largest education systems in the world, Punjab has a tremendous opportunity of moving forward towards a better future by transforming its education system today.
The New Deal 2018-23 outlines the transformations for improving school education in Punjab. The transformations are guided by our national and international commitments. Article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan 1973 obligates the state to ‘provide free and compulsory education to all children between the ages of five to sixteen years’. Pakistan is also dedicatedly working to achieve the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), of which Goal 4 stresses the importance of giving children a quality learning experience. Punjab remains committed providing quality education to all children, regardless of their socio-economic background, ethnicity, gender or where they reside.

The next five years are of critical importance for improving education service delivery in the province. Acknowledging that the government alone cannot drive Punjab to realise these aspirations, we will be working with all the stakeholders to achieve educational excellence in the province.

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