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Girls Education: Punjab Road Map to Reforms, Pakistan. Schools Department – Government of Punjab Dubai – March 5-6 2012. Initiatives of School Education Department for the Promotion of Girls Primary Education in Punjab. Enrollment:

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    1. Girls Education: Punjab Road Map to Reforms, Pakistan Schools Department – Government of Punjab Dubai – March 5-6 2012

    2. Initiatives of School Education Department for the Promotion of Girls Primary Education in Punjab Enrollment: • 2008-09 26 million girls students were enrolled in primary classes (Grade 1 to 5) • 2009-10 25,88,266 girls • 2010-11 25,80,700 • Free Text Books are being provided from Grade 1 to 10 in government schools since 2006. • Primary girls schools upgraded to middle level.2008-09 452009-10 1602010-11 207 Dubai Cares Meeting March 5, 2012

    3. Missing facilities were provided in 1427 Girls Primary Schools in the year 2010-11. Recruitment: • 2009-10 - 11,510 ESEs (Female Elementary School Educators) for Primary Schools were recruited. • 2011-12 - 7,052 ESEs (Female Science Teachers) for the Girls Primary Schools are being recruited. Dubai Cares Meeting March 5, 2012

    4. Stipends to girl students to encourage them: • 2009-10 – 4.15 million girl students (Grade 6-10) were provided stipend @ Rs. 200/- P.M with the condition of 80% attendance per month. • 2010-11 – 4.54 million girls students (Grade 6-10) were provided stipend. • School Education Department is vigorously pursuing to achieve the milestones delineated in the Chief Minister’s Road Map on Education Reform, focus of this program is on: • 100% enrolment without gender bias • 100% retention without gender bias • Provision of quality education. Dubai Cares Meeting March 5, 2012

    5. In 2010 • Lead Teacher Educators on Early Childhood Education (ECE) were trained in 06 batches (25 participants per batch) in collaboration with UNESCO. • Induction Level Training of newly recruited Elementary School Educators (ESEs) including teachers for the girls primary schools – (year 2010). • Training of primary school teachers (2 weeks) in 36 districts in 03 batches – 83,326 teachers were trained. • 5 days training of District Teacher Educators on Early Childhood Education (ECE) in 24 districts –2078 teachers trained. Dubai Cares Meeting March 5, 2012

    6. In 2011 • I.T. training of District Teacher Educators (DTEs) of 24 districts in Phase-I and II at Govt. College of Elementary Teachers (GCET)/District Teacher Support Centre (DTSCs) in 04 batches/20 DTEs per Computer Lab – 1894 teachers trained. • 2 weeks training of Primary School Teachers on Lesson Planning in 36 districts (09 batches – 155,846 teachers trained). • District level training of newly recruited Educators – 19,191 teachers trained. Dubai Cares Meeting March 5, 2012

    7. Partnerships for Girls Education .. • Dubai Cares, ITA & OXFAM complementing the endeavors of School Education Department. • Enormity of the task requires intensive and extensive, and at the same time, concerted efforts by all our partners, NGOs & Donors. • We acknowledge the role and contribution of both ITA & Dubai Cares for their commitment for promotion of quality education – specially in the flood affected/disaster stricken areas. • Projects of ITA on Early Childhood Development (ECD), women empowerment and school infrastructure development are valuable. • Therefore we are partners and this partnership would be the key to progress for meeting MDGs. Dubai Caonference March 5-6 2012