Taleem Network holds thought-provoking discussion on eve of International Teacher Day

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Zubair Qureshi

Education is the backbone of a society and only those nations and communities flourish which give priority to this particular sector and keep upgrading their knowledge and skills according to the latest standards and applications.

These views were expressed by Chairman of the Nazriya Pakistan Council Mian Muhammad Javed while delivering a presidential address at a round-table discussion organized by the Taleem Network Pakistan (TNP) in collaboration with Pakistan Education Foundation and Private Schools Network in connection with the Internation Teacher Day 2021.

A large number of teachers from Islamabad’s schools, colleges and universities attended the ceremony and expressed gratitude to TNP and NPC for acknowledging their role.

Like other departments and fields of life, our education sector is also on the decline, he said but added there was the only hope if we took input and advice from the experts while shaping and designing our education policy.

Ex-Senator and Chairperson of Taleem Network Razina Alam Khan said teachers are architects of a nation and it was our collective duty to pay them rich compliments on the day dedicated to teachers globally.

Kanwar Dilshad was of the view that after the 18th amendment, majority of subjects like health, education, information etc have been shifted from the Centre to provinces.

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