Education Department fails to implement free education Law, CM Sindh.

Education Department fails to implement free education for 10% students in private schools across Sindh, CM Sindh.

Interim Minister Sindh taken the assertions on negligence of department of education, Government of Sindh and very seriously and called for an inquiry report the purported breaches regarding the Free Schooling Act. During a letter addressed to the Secretary Education. Chief Minister asked for an inquiry regarding transgressions of the free and compulsory schooling law.
Sindh regulations authorizes private schools to deliver free education to ten percent of children who are getting education in private schools. He claimed it was the Sindh Education the Department’s Directorate General of Inspections & Registration of private educational institutions was failing to put the regulations into effect.

privately owned institution are in infringing 10% no cost Schooling Act.

The source claimed, on a basis of concealment, that ever since 2013, staff employed at the headquarters of the Director General of Private Schools have been involved in gathering large amounts of cash to help private educational institution owners in breach of free educational provision rules and Law. The interim chief minister issued powerful directives towards the Secretary of Education & demanded an exhaustive inquiry into the alleged infringement of officers & employees associated with the Director General of Private Schools for failing to properly executing the Free education law entirety of the province. CM Sindh also asked the Secretary of Education to give an exhaustive summary on every private educational institution in the province, providing 10% tuition free in every classroom.The interim CM taken the action in accordance with criticisms from kids and their parents that are paying exorbitant private educational costs.

The letter, which was sent towards the secretary & the director general of private educational institutions of the Education and Literacy in Schools department, pointed out the 10th section of Chapter IV of the Sindh Rights of Children for Free and Compulsory Schooling Act of 2013.

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