Sarwar supports the project for Insaf Afternoon Schools. Punjab Governor Chaudhry Mohammad Sarwar has approved Insaf Afternoon Schools Program.
Schools will also be open in the evenings in Punjab.
Classes will also be held in evening shifts in government schools as part of the program. The government had placed the project in the current fiscal year’s annual budget under development plans.
Government schools will operate in two shifts, with normal classes held during the first shift and nighttime sessions held following the morning shift. Sarwar is a supporter of the Insaf Afternoon Schools project.
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The project has been allotted Rs3.27 billion. Classes will start in the first phase in 3,956 primary schools and will last nine months.
It will be followed by lessons up to middle school and enrollment, as well as other schools. The government will pay instructors Rs15,000 for evening work, compared to the province’s minimum wage of Rs20,000. Sarwar is a supporter of the Insaf Afternoon Schools project.
Additionally, the government allocated a nine-month budget, with the remainder to be given in the next fiscal year.
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Punjab Education Minister Murad Raas announced that the PTI-led government would introduce the new initiative and that work on it would begin immediately. He asserted that the program would enhance school enrolment and assist children who work in the morning in enrolling in these schools.
He continued by stating that the project’s work and discussions with the teachers had taken place, and the project had now entered its final phase. Sarwar is a supporter of the Insaf Afternoon Schools project.
He indicated that the provincial education department was reforming the educational system. “Schools operate on a morning shift and often close in the evening after the morning shift concludes.
Evening shift education has been implemented in several educational institutions by the PTI-led government.
Not only will this step enable low-income children to study, but it will also assist children who work to support their families.”
He explained that he had identified schools throughout Punjab and that courses would soon begin, and children would be enrolled. “This approach will enhance enrollment of previously enrolled students.”
Previously, such initiatives were reportedly unsuccessful and were conducted by previous governments under Nai Roshni schools and afternoon schools. Such projects were purportedly begun under former Minister Muhammad Khan Junejo and former Chief Minister Shahbaz Sharif but failed to materialize. Sarwar is a supporter of the Insaf Afternoon Schools project.
However, while the project may have been successful in certain regions, the government still administered it.
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