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December 19, 2022

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Editorial – What is wrong with the Single National Curriculum? The Single National Curriculum claims to be a uniform syllabus being taught across Pakistan in a strive of the PTI government to eliminate disparity and provide equal opportunities for children. This policy is being framed to develop till 2023 following the details; grades one to five till March 2021, six to eight till March 2022, and matric to intermediate in March 2023. Punjab has accepted this policy except for a few institutes in the province including Aitchison college. Other provinces are reluctant to adopt this policy, notably the Sindh government, which has argued that “federation allows provinces in education choices so, we will see whether
Editorial – What is wrong with the Single National Curriculum? The Single National Curriculum claims to be a uniform syllabus being taught across Pakistan in a strive of the PTI government to eliminate disparity and provide equal opportunities for children. This policy is being framed to develop till 2023 following the details; grades one to five till March 2021, six to eight till March 2022, and matric to intermediate in March 2023. Punjab has accepted this policy except for a few institutes in the province including Aitchison college. Other provinces are reluctant to adopt this policy, notably the Sindh government, which has argued that “federation allows provinces in education choices so, we will see whether
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“Advance Research Methodology: A Qualitative Approach” Dr. Sikandar Hayat TRAINING & CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
“Advance Research Methodology: A Qualitative Approach” Dr. Sikandar Hayat TRAINING & CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP
“Advance Research Methodology: A Qualitative Approach” Dr. Sikandar Hayat TRAINING & CERTIFICATION WORKSHOP

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