Over1200 educational centres established under “My Home My School” program in Balochistan

Education Department Balochistan, UNICEF launched joint program

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Health Desk:

The Balochistan education department and UNICEF have launched a joint program “My home my School” to provide education to students in the wake of a global outbreak of coronavirus. Like in other parts of the globe, the government of Pakistan has also shut down all educational institutions till May 31st to contain the novel coronavirus.

“ُParents, teachers, and parents teachers committees should make arrangements for enrolment of students in the program”, Ghulam Ali Baloch, the Secretary Secondary Education Balochistan made an appeal in this regard.

Under this program, up till now, 1200 educational centers have been established in Balochistan to make sure provision of education to students during the outbreak of coronavirus, Mr. Baloch mentioned.

The centers have been established in various districts and towns of Balochistan to avoid waste of time of students during the lockdown and closure of educational institutions, the Secretary Education said.

“My home”, “my school” program launched in Balochistan amid coronavirus

In Balochistan, the education department and UNICEF have stepped up efforts to open educational centers under the program to avoid waste of time of students. The education department has already directed the teachers and education officers to launch the enrolment of out of school children in the province. The education minister, Sardar Yar Muhammad Rind has also made an appeal in this respect.

The federal education ministry has already launched “TeleSchool” TV to enable the children of remote areas of Pakistan to study during the closure of educational institutions. Prime Minister, Imran Khan had launched the TV, which was launched in collaboration with PTV the other day.

 

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