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Rights Watch | 13th January 2021

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Sindh IG issues directives to set up minority desks and constitute special teams to receive complaints of minority communities in police stations at range, zonal and district levels by next week. The directives are part of the IG's initiative to reform law enforcement.
Pakistan school dropouts

930,000 students may drop out of schools in Pakistan: WB report

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An estimated 930,000 additional children are expected to drop out from primary and secondary schools in Pakistan as parents' incomes decline due to the COVID-19 pandemic, warned a World Bank report on 'Learning losses in Pakistan due to COVID closures'.

Varsities, high schools will reopen from Sept 15: Shafqat Mehmood

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Universities, colleges and high schools will reopen on 15th of this month, followed a week later by secondary schools on 23rd and primary schools on 30th , according to a phased schedule of reopening of educational institutions announced Monday by Federal Education Minister Shafqat Mehmood.

Schools to re-open on the 15th of September

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August 28th, 2020                                          By Ahmad...

Rights Watch | August 27th 2020

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 Federal Education ministry will hold meeting with education ministers on September 7. The decision on reopening educational institutions in phases from Sept 15 will be announced after the meeting.

Don’t rush SNC implementation amid Covid

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Educationist Baela Raza calls for 4-month delay, asks govt to begin new academic year from August; children, teachers, parents need time to recover from Covid SNC advisor Rafiq Tahir says implementation not rushed, on track
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Rights Watch | 17 August 2020

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  Minor girl raped and murdered in Charsadda Five-year-old Seema, a resident of Kheshgi Payan in Charsadda, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, was found raped and murdered in an...

Single National Curriculum and parents’ freedom to choose

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To summarize, the essence of parents’ freedom to choose for their children, there is no confusion in international instruments stressing on choices. The direction for the state is to maintain the conformity of minimum education ...
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UNCENSORED: Exclusive conversation with the Special Communications Organisation

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Jul 24, 2020: Voicepk.net had an exclusive conversation with the spokesperson of Special Communications Organisation and head of marketing, Surosh Hina regarding the ongoing issues revolving around the online classes for

Larkana QUEST: Where a degree is ‘just a piece of paper’

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Jun 26, 2020: While students across the country protest the digital divide they are facing, in Larkana, a poor educational infrastructure at an engineering college that is delaying degree programs for almost two years for every batch ...