Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government has decided to provide three billion rupees for bringing Madaris into the mainstream of education system in the province. A spokesman of the provincial government told that maximum facilities including construction of additional rooms will be arranged in religious schools.
Similarly, financial assistance will be provided to students of these educational institutions to minimize their economic difficulties. The spokesman said efforts are also underway to launch technical education in Madaris so that the students on completion of education could earn their livelihood in a dignified manner.
Earlier, DG ISPR had said that “25 million Pakistani children are not in schools. There are over 30,000 Madrasas in Pakistan and 2.5 million children receive an education here,” said the DG ISPR. “The government and support institutions have decided to mainstream all these Madrasas… Their curriculum will include contemporary subjects… These Madrasas will be under the Ministry of Education”.
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17 November, 2019