When will schools and educational institutions close due to second wave of corona?

ISLAMABAD (Monitoring Desk) Corona virus cases are once again on the increase, with the death toll rising to greater levels. In view of the worsening condition of the present Corona virus, the Federal Ministry of Education has forwarded three recommendations to the provincial governments about the closing of campuses. According to the information, from 24 November to 31 January, the first plan is to the educational institutions close. Under the second recommendation, primary schools should be closed from 24 November on wards and according to the third proposal, high schools should be closed from 2 December on wards and middle schools should be closed from 15 December on wards. It is also recommended that the academic sessions be extended until May 31.

Frog, the June 2021 Intermediate Exams will be taken. The final decision will be made at the conference of the Inter-Provincial Ministers of Education on 23 November, at which they will also present their ideas to the rest of the provinces, and a joint decision will be taken. On the other hand, Shafqat Mahmood, the Federal Minister of Education, said there was no uncertainty in the Karachi kit. It must be enforced by one hundred per cent.

Without changing the municipal government system, challenges will not be fixed. In the new academic year the introduction of the standardized curriculum will begin. To maximize the state’s potential, thousands of successful decisions have to be made. During the Corona crisis, there would not be a consensus on the welfare of kids. Decisions on educational institutions will be held on 23 November at a conference of inter-provincial ministers of education in Islamabad. When attending the Upcoming Summit, he shared these values.

Shafqat Mehmood said the population of Pakistan is growing rapidly, which needs to be helpful rather than burdensome. The country’s illiteracy rate is a big impediment, although the justice system is not right. It takes victims a long time before they get justice. Intolerance is a big concern in the world as well. He said We have to strengthen the civil service.” Senior government employees’ wages are very high, whereas private sector salaries are very low. To deal with the challenges, we have to change the administration.

Shafqat Mahmood said that several problems have been shifted to the provinces since the 18th amendment. The federal government’s position in matters such as food security is minimal. There has to be a strengthening of the local authority structure. Problems without a structure of municipal government will not be solved. The drought of local government is ready, tips are improving.

The Federal Minister for Education said that the country has multiple education systems. For the past 70 years, the public school system has been ignored. If it is taught in multiple contexts, further distortions can arise. The government is about to introduce a country-wide standardized education scheme. Special services for out-of-school children are given. The first through fifth grade students would soon be taught with a radio channel.

In order to strengthen governance, he said, priority must be paid to justice and conformity with the rules. With the Health Facility Passport, a family will undergo care at any hospital in the nation for 740,000. 12,000 were given to households with low incomes. Before the code, the government offered free entry to 50,000 students at technology institutes. The new style lectures and education system have begun to work.