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Teaching is not a job. It is a responsibility.


Respect should be in hearts not in words


Emotional Intelligence
Here intelligence is an ability to control and manage your and others emotions.
So take benefit from this type of ability for spending your life purposefully and happily.


Intelligence is an ability to acquire and apply knowledge,think abstractly, learn from experiences, and demonstrate cognitive abilities.


Salient Features of Draft National Education Policy, 2017

Following the salient features of the draft National Education Policy;

Provide free and compulsory education up to Matric in compliance with the provisions of Article 25 (A) of the Constitution.

Meeting the learning needs of the child which include learning tools (literacy, numeracy, problem solving and oral expression) and learning contents (knowledge, skills, value and attitude).

Honor national and international commitments in education and literacy.

Promote culture of research and innovation.
Increase investment in education to 4% of GDP.

Expand, strengthen and promote universal, comprehensive Early Childhood Education with an objective to ensure holistic development of child to prepare for formal schooling.

Achieve universal quality primary education covering all the three dimensions/ aspects of universalization i.e. universal access/enrolment; universal retention; and universal achievement by 2020.

Expand and strengthen the facilities and services for middle and secondary level education by upgrading more primary schools to middle and secondary level.

Expand and extend the existing non-formal basic education program to middle level (VI-VIII).
Achieve the target of literate Pakistan through launching the country wide campaign of literacy for all and through all.

Re-introduce the quality technical and vocational education stream in selected schools at secondary and higher secondary school level to comply with national TEVTA standards.

Establish trade schools at sub-district and district level.

Encourage, facilitate quality private sector education.

Achieve gender parity, gender equality and empower women and girls within shortest possible time.

Improve the quality of education by introducing reforms of new initiatives in curriculum formulation, textbook and instructional materials development, teacher training, examination and assessment and monitoring and supervision.

Recruit competent, capable and committed scholar-teachers purely on merit basis at all level of education.
Develop and implement National Curriculum Framework and National Standards for each subject from Grade 1-12.

Institutionalize new curriculum formulation, textbook development and review process in the light of 18th Amendment in consultation with National Curriculum Council.

Promote regulated and monitored Public-Private Partnership for educational development.

Improve coordination at local, district, provincial, national and international levels in education and literacy especially to achieve national and international commitments such as SDGs.

Increase the investment in education by increasing the allocation, simplifying the procedures of releases and expenditure and improving the absorptive capacity of the system.

Professional finance staff to be hired at the district levels to monitor the effective, timely utilization of funds according to the plans for increasing access upgrading the facilities and hiring of teachers on merit.

Support to Deeni Madaris to utilize their services for promotion of adult literacy and non-formal basic education.

Suggest effective mechanisms for implementation of education policy provisions. Educational administrators at Federal and Provincial levels to be held accountable for failure in timely implementation of policies and plans

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