Punjab to Implement 2nd Phase of Single National Curriculum Next Year
Punjab’s Cabinet Committee on Legislative Affairs has approved the decision to implement Phase II of the Single National Curriculum (SNC) from the next tutorial yr in the province.
In this regard, Provincial Minister for Law and Parliamentary Affairs, Muhammad Basharat Raja, headed a assembly the place the choice regarding the implementation of SNC was made.
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The Minister for Law, Khurram Shehzad Virk, and Minister for Communications and Works, Ali Afzal Shahi, also took part in the meeting.
The Committee was once informed that a uniform syllabus has already been launched for classes 1 to 6 in the province during the first phase. In the 2nd phase, it will be introduced for 6 to eight instructions in Urdu, English, Mathematics, Geography, General Science, and Computer Science subjects.
At the meeting, Chairman Raja quoted a provision of the 18th Amendment and cited that the go will allow all college students to study the identical standardized curriculum sans discrimination.
Last month, Punjab’s School Education Department (SED) had begun its work on lowering the province’s syllabus via 20 percentage for lessons 1 to matric.
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Reportedly, SED would make the ultimate decision related to this after involving all applicable Boards of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISEs) and would make an legit announcement in due course.
The students and their mother and father lauded the provincial government’s choice and noted that the college students would have been overburdened if it had not been reduced.