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Punjab Govt announce Free Education for 5 to 16 years old Students

Punjab Govt announce Free Education for 5 to 16 years old Students   (Article 25-A)Punjab Govt announce Free Education for 5 to 16 years old Students (Article 25-A)

Lahore: Education plays Major Role in the Development of a country So we should Focus on our Education System to growth our Development Rate Because Education is the Compulsory part of the development of Country. We have not good Resources in our country for the Education So now a days our Government is trying to solve our this Issue.

The Education Minister of Punjab was proud that the Punjab has once again taken the lead in implement Article 25-A of the Constitution of Pakistan, which ensures that education, remains a fundamental right of every child (Students). Dr Humayun said the former chief minister had comprised an expense and developed a draft bill, but it could not be bring before the Punjab Assembly.

According to the Pakistan Law, all children whose parents can’t afford to pay for education, or have become victims of terrorism shall be enrolled for free in private schools, where they will form 10 percent of the total class. In order to implement the Right to Free and Compulsory Education, Dr Humayun said some 65,000 new schools would be needed in next 15 years.

According to the Express News: On the other hand, he said, PML-Q’s Chaudhry Zaheeruddin had presented a private member bill for legislation for Article 25-A which was turned down with an objection that the bill had financial implications and needed to be moved by the treasury.
These children would also be exempted from paying any extra fee or expenses that may prevent them from pursuing secondary education, Every school will now have to constitute a management committee of government representatives, teachers and school principals to ensure that the policy is implemented. Both the school management and the parents can be fined or imprisoned if the law is not followed, according to the bill.
In Punjab, Dr Humayun said there were some 9.3 million out-of-school children, who fall in the 5-16 years age cohort, With regard to missing facilities in schools and then he said that there were 751 schools functioning without any building 19,621 schools were without electricity, 8,646 schools were without toilets, while 1,501 schools were functioning in “dangerous buildings”. So we should try to develop our Education System and focus on Quality Education and Adopt