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17 December, 2020 Views 768

Balochistan Government Approves Education Sector Plan For Five Years

The chief minister of Balochistan, Jam Kamal has approved the education sector plan for five years (2020-2025) to improve the literacy rate in the province. Earlier the provincial cabinet meeting was held in which ministers participated and emphasized the need for education to ensure a bright future for the students. Moreover, the CM also stressed to provide health facilities and promote sports in the province. The second Balochistan educator sector plan (BESP) will be implemented by the collaboration with the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund and Global Partnership for education to provide better education facilities for the younger decision generation. The Balochistan government has announced to strive hard so that the students can excel in future careers. According to government officials, the education sector plan will pave the pathway towards economic suitability.  

Digital App For Students

To offer learning assistance to the students and to enhance the literacy rate the government will introduce the digital app. The application would contain interesting features to increase the interest level of the students and the information about the curriculum will also be provided to the students. Through the digital platform, the students can study in a better way and can get good grades in the exam also. This initiative has been taken by the government in order to facilitate the students in educational matters. The minister said the government will take all the necessary measures for the betterment of the education sector and to improve the quality of education. 

Development Schemes in Education

Currently, there are various ongoing schemes in the department of education that have been introduced for the benefit of the students. The schemes of the Balochistan government include the Balochistan textbook board, curriculum, real-time school monitoring, foreign-funded scholarship programs, and provincial institute for teacher education. The first Balochistan education sector plan was introduced by the provincial government from 2013 to 2018.