All posts tagged: education in Pakistan

اس قوم کی حالت کون بدلے گا؟؟؟

انعم شبیر میں نے کہیں پڑھا تھا کہ طاقت کا سر چشمہ عوام ہے۔ لیکن بے چاری پاکستانی عوام کو دیکھ کر تو ایسا نہیں لگتا!!! پچھلے سڑسٹھ سالوں سے ایک ٓزاد ملک کی عوام ہونے کے باوجود ابھی تک غلامی کی زندگی بسر کرنے پر مجبور ہے۔کیوں؟؟؟

کے پی: تعلیمی اداروں میں لڑکیوں کے لیے عمر کی حد ختم

۔ —. فوٹو اوپن سورس میڈیا پشاور: خیبر پختونخوا کی حکومت نے صوبے میں قائم سرکاری یونیورسٹیوں اور کالجوں میں لڑکیوں کے داخلے کے لیے عمر کی زیادہ سے زیادہ حد کو ختم کردیا ہے۔ اس کے علاوہ یہ فیصلہ بھی کیا گیا کہ مقامی حکومت کے تعلیمی اداروں میں داخلہ لینے والے جسمانی معذوری سے دوچار طالبعلموں کو تعلیم اور رہائش اور کھانے پینے کی سہولیات مفت فراہم کی جائیں گی۔ جمعہ کے روز خیبر پختونخوا کے کالجوں میں حیوانیات کے ماہرین کے فورم کے ایک افتتاحی اجلاس کے دوران اعلٰی تعلیم کے وزیر مشتاق احمد غنی نے ڈان کو بتایا ’’موجودہ دور میں صوبے کی لڑکیوں کو اعلٰی تعلیم کے حصول سے روکا نہیں جاسکتا۔‘‘ اس اجلاس میں اعلٰی تعلیم کے شعبے کی سیکریٹری فرح حامد خان، ایڈیشنل سیکریٹری خالد خان، کالج کے ٹیچروں کی ایسوسی ایشن کے صدر نصر اللہ یوسف زئی، پروفیسروں، ڈاکٹروں اور کالجوں کے پرنسپلوں نے شرکت کی۔ وزیر مشتاق غنی نے کہا کہ ’’اگر کوئی لڑکی غربت یا کسی بھی دوسری وجہ سے اعلٰی تعلیم کے حصول میں …

SLOW LEARNERS NEED A BREAK IN THE CIRCLE

SLP Allah has made every human being different from the other this is evident when we see that human beings have finger prints and genetic formation. But these biological differences are not the only differences. People think differently, perceive differently, behave and act differently in similar situations. They have different interests, hobbies, likes and dislikes. Some are good in science, some are good in arts. Some are good in mathematics and some are good in philosophy. When it comes to medicine some people respond well to one type of treatment and some respond well to the other. Some recover faster from injuries, sickness or mental trauma and some recover slowly. All these things make one human being different from the other. Scientists might have different explanations for all these variations but one thing is for sure that these differences do exist.

A Role Model at SLP

She is 15 years old, the eldest sister of her 7 brothers, hailing originally from Mohmand Agency, probably the first one in her family to read and write. Abida is a role model for the girls of her age group and even for those elder than her due to her conviction and commitment to get education as her basic right and duty. She joined SLP in 2012 and is still a student with a firm determination to become a teacher in the same program and teach other what she has learned. While telling her story, Abida says that getting education once seemed impossible for her she got the permission to come to SLP office to guard her four brothers who studied here,  as she is the eldest of her siblings. But with the passage of time she worked hard and proved the worth of education to her parents and family by exhibiting good manners and ability to read and write. ‘It was surprising for my parents when I started reading the letters, bills  and newspaper …

Reading and Writing

Humayun Raja One does not need to have Masters Degree to read the sign boards to find ways and get direction. For writing a simple letter or statement to communicate, one does not need to have a bachelor’s degree. And one can run a small shop of his own even if he does not possess a business degree. But all what is needed to do that is ability to read and write and perform basic calculations. And that’s what we, through the SLP, have aimed to start with… heading towards the goal of ‘education for every child’ in Pakistan.

Why Education is Important? A Blog by SLP Student

Abida Gul is a student of the Speed Literacy Program at Vision21. She is 13 years old and had never attained the formal education. At the time of joining SLP she did not know how to write her name in Urdu, now after an year when she has learned how to read and write, she has got a medium to express her ideas and a path that leads to education, the ultimate need of humanity. Abida aims to become a teacher and to start her own school for girls in her village  in future. She has written a note on the importance of education stating purely her own thoughts on the subject.