Education Reform In Pakistan – Challenges and Prospects
The source refernced is:Understand Hindu-Muslim differences and the resultant need for Pakistan.” [pg154] ? “Acknowledge and identify forces that may be working against Pakistan.” [pg 154] ? “Demonstrate by actions a belief in the fear of Allah.” [pg154]? “India’s evil designs against Pakistan.” [pg154]? “Make speeches on Jehad and Shahadat” [pg154]? “Be safe from rumour mongers who spread false news” [pg158]? “Learn the national anthem by heart and recite it in class” [pg158]? “Visit police stations” [pg158]? “Collect pictures of policemen, soldiers, and National Guards” [pg158]? “Demonstrate respect for the leaders of Pakistan” [pg153]
For which i need your help to find that document.Curriculum document, Ministry of Education, Islamabad (1995)
If we can't find it, i guess its a conjecture at this point.
Last edited by Syama Ayas; 04-30-2012 at 02:50 PM.
i don't think any thing wrong in that word BOMB or KNIFE. Todays kids learn these words either way or the other in the cartoone chanels they see. Have you guys not heard/seen these words being used in looney tunes.
There is nothing special to discus as it does not have anything disturbing for the masses to go gaga.
When 12 year olds know about se.x from school, and they can give alot of abuses (the kid down the street), having B for bomb does not really need an uproar. lets all be honest here, everybody knows about a bomb right now, with or without a book does not make a difference. What is so bad about teaching C for Chaku. Although there could have been a cat there, but a Chaku can be used for household stuff as well, not only killing!!!
Although these kind of things are a problem, they get blown out of proportion.
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Anyways good attempt.Would give you 2/10 for trying.
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