Governor announces to include Quranic education in syllabus



Governor Sindh Kamran Khan Tessori has written a letter to Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, in which he has suggested to introduce mandatory teaching of Quran at educational institutions with translation.

The letter states that Alhamdulillah, Allah has blessed us with the Holy Quran which has been revealed for our guidance, its understanding and observation will pave the way for our salvation on the Day of Judgment, he opined and said that if the general education is taught along with the Quranic teachings, it can help the children to differentiate between right and wrong. The letter further said that Quranic education should be included as a compulsory subject in educational institutions with translation for Muslim students. Governor Sindh said that in this regard, the system designed by the Punjab Education Department and the Federal Ministry of Education can also be seen.

Governor Sindh further said that it should be started at the primary level with Nazra and Tajweed teaching, then the same be made at the secondary and higher secondary levels. Governor Sindh said that the teaching of Holy Quran will increase the value of our education system and for this purpose, orders may be issued to the relevant institutions.


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