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A PROFOUND ANALYSIS ON ARTICLE 25-A. PRESENTERS. Siraj Memon (Member of the standing committee on law, parliamentary affairs and human rights, Youth Parliament) Jamal Jamaee

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A profound analysis on article 25 a

A PROFOUND ANALYSIS ON ARTICLE 25-A


Presenters
PRESENTERS

  • Siraj Memon

    (Member of the standing committee on

    law, parliamentary affairs and human rights, Youth Parliament)

  • Jamal Jamaee

    (Youth Shadow Minister for Interior, Kashmir and GilgitBaltistan)

  • Muhammad HaseebAhsen

    (Youth Shadow minister for information)


Objectives
Objectives

  • To understand the state view regarding compulsory education in the country;

  • To have look on the barriers stopping to implement the article properly and effectively;

  • To formulate appropriate legislation by the federation and the federating units.

  • CONCLUSION


Article 25 a
ARTICLE 25-A

  • “The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years in such manner as may be determined by law.”

  • The article is up to some extent is idealistic in the current scenario of the country though the state has taken the responsibility to provide education to all children. The state does not have ample opportunities give the basic right of life. Practically speaking, compulsory education is not on the top priority files of the cabinet table.


Barriers in the way of the implementation of the article
BARRIERS IN THE WAY OF THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ARTICLE

  • Political gain by the parliamentarians especially in rural areas.

  • Lack of awareness regarding the importance of education.

  • Protection of the borders gets major chunk of the GDP.

  • Acute poverty stops parents from sending their children to schools.

  • Consecutive disasters in the shape of worst floods and torrential rains.

  • Mismanagement instead of effective and efficient management.

  • Traditional and conservative ideas. i.e. a farmer’s idea to send their children.

  • Lack of coordination b/w the population statistics and planning.


Way forward to the implementaion
WAY FORWARD TO THE IMPLEMENTAION

  • We are the best law makers in the world and as well the worst implementer

    LEGISLATION AS DETERMINED BY THE ARTICLE

    Legislation by the federation:

  • An autonomous federal authority to bind the provinces due to their teething year of provincial autonomy.

  • An autonomous federal curriculum authority to devise uniform syllabus for science subjects up to HSC.

  • Compulsory education along with technical education up to 18 years. Amendment in the article required.

  • Continue......


  • LEGISLATION BY THE PROVINCES:

  • Legislation for hiring of teachers to depoliticized the system. i.e. To discourage ghost teachers and encourage transparency.

  • Legislation for political and personal gains. I.e. Chinese language in Sind. Punjab govt. might go for Turkish promotion. Already in trouble with English.

  • Autonomous primary education commission like higher education commission with regional


Revisit in state policies
REVISIT IN STATE POLICIES

  • The mantra of INCREASING GDP ALLOCATION will remain mantra unless state’s dual policies are not revisited. It is, in fact, necessary to look on the factors. I.e. Educational Policy 2009 claimed to increase GDP allocation from 1.5% to 4%. But no implementation so far.


Conclusion
CONCLUSION

  • Pakistan is currently lost in the way of implementation. Implementing law is the biggest challenge.

  • It is not only the state’s responsibility to provide compulsory education but also of the other stakeholders in the country. I.e. NGO’s, Student organization, Political parties, media organizations and business groups.

  • We should follow the motto EACH ONE, TEACH ONE by every educated person.

  • The main game changer is the dedicated and sincere political leadership.


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