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If education was the first priority, 50% of Pakistan’s population would not be illiterate Khurram Nawaz Ghandapur

All student organizations unanimously demanded that the education budget be brought to 5% of GDP .Education Budget Seminar

Lahore (THE ZNN) Addressing the “Education Budget Seminar organized by the Mustafavi Students Movement, renowned economist Dr. Qais Aslam said that with the thinking of the 19th century, we cannot meet the demands of the 21st century. The education that the state is imparting is not up to date. Our education system is devoid of the essence of creativity and research.
Education Budget Seminar was attended by Nazim-e-Ala Minhaj-ul-Quran International Khurram Nawaz Gandapur, MSM PAKISTAN Chaudhry Irfan Yousuf, well known anchor person Ajmal Jami, senior journalist and anchor person Asadullah Khan, Central Secretary Information Noorullah Siddiqui, Hafiz Amir Shehzad Vice President Peoples President of Students Federation, Muslim Students Federation Sohail Cheema, Central Leader of Ahle Hadith Students Federation Dr. Mubashir Javed, Danish Warraich Anjuman Talaba Islam, Zahid Mehdi Imamia Students Organization, Ammar Kashmiri Vice President Jamiat Students Front addressed the gathering.
Khurram Nawaz Gandapur said that it is sad to say that there is a difference between the statements and practical steps of the governments in the matter of education. If education was the first priority, 50% of Pakistan’s population would not be illiterate.
Chaudhry Irfan Yousuf said that 2.5 crore children do not go to school. They used to listen to it yesterday but they are still listening today but there is no plan on how these children will come to school.
Addressing the gathering, Ajmal Jami said that issues facing the education sector should be raised on social media.
Addressing the gathering, senior anchor person Asadullah said that the word has lost its effectiveness and the effectiveness of media has come to an end. Young people use social media effectively to solve their problems.
All student organizations unanimously demanded that the education budget be brought to 5% of GDP, teacher training and their problems be solved, uniform curriculum be introduced without delay, legislation be ensured. That the children of elected representatives will go to government schools. All student organizations unanimously approved the demands. A special desk should be set up in NAB to rid the education sector of corruption.

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