Non-Muslims should be Educated about their Religious Values

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Islamabad (Pakistan) Non-Muslims minority students will be taught their own religious values instead of Islamic studies. According to Federal Minister for Education and Vocational Training Shafqat Mahmood.
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In its meetings with UK High Commissioner Dr Christian Turner. The Minister stated that individual articles prepared in consultation with leaders and scholars of these religions. The Christian, Hindu, Sikh, Baha’i, and Kailash communities, and would teach to their students. Non-Muslims

The Federal Minister stated that English, Mathematics, and Science would be taught in English. While Urdu and Islamic Studies would teach in Urdu until the fifth grade. In Urdu, these subjects will include Social Studies and General Knowledge, as well as English terms. The English components, on the other hand, will gradually increase from sixth to eighth grade. After the eighth grade, students have the option of pursuing an international or national qualification.

Private publishers have allowed publishing books, and provinces and private educational institutions can read any book. According to The Federal Minister of Education Shafqat Mehmood. The Federal Ministry of Education, on the other hand, has ensured two things in this regard. The first is that there are private publishers. The books should follow the “uniform curriculum,” and no offensive or hateful material should be included.

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According to Federal Minister Shafqat Mahmood, everyone has the right to comment on a uniform curriculum, which is why it was first posted on the Ministry of Education’s website. Many observers, he claimed, criticized the same syllabus without reading it or examining its comprehensiveness and utility. Because it is rare to achieve complete consensus in a democracy. The Federal Minister predicted that some people will continue to criticise this high-profile move for their own reasons or interests.

The Federal Minister for Education also stated that provinces and private educational institutions have been allowed to teach additional materials, and that elite private schools, as well as madrassas, are free to offer music and dance classes. Additional material from your teaching system is available for you to read. Non-Muslims

Shafqat Mehmood, the Federal Minister of Education, said that madrassa registration underway across the country, with 16 offices established under the Directorate General of Religious Education, a subsidiary of the Federal Ministry of Education. There are two thousand madrassas that have registered so far. Although some madrassas had requested the formation of new education boards, five new boards established.

The function of Madrassas, according to the minister, is to impart education, but their affairs previously handled by the Ministry of Home Affairs. We’ve placed them under the Federal Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, and they’re ensuring that no provocative or hateful literature is taught in any madrassa and that no political leader can use madrassa students for political gain.

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