ISLAMABAD: The government is planning to make ‘Quranic education’ compulsory in all public schools in Pakistan.
Minister of State for Federal Education Muhammad Balighur Rehman said that ‘Nazra Quran’ will be taught to students of grade 1 to 5, and proper ‘Quranic education’ with translation will be imparted to students from grade 6 to 10 in all public schools.
Speaking at the 4th Annual Day organised by Al Huda International School at the Pak-China Friendship Centre, the minister said that the process would be initiated after consulting all provinces through the Inter-Provincial Education Minister’s Conference.
Rehman stressed the need to educate children and encourage them to research and explore different subjects, fields and ideas.
Courtesy : Dawn News