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Sindh High Court orders to start four-Year Program in colleges

 

    
Sindh High Court orders to start four-Year Program in colleges

The Sindh High Court (SHC) has formed a high-level reform committee on petitions filed for educational reforms and is aimed at including only educators on the committee. The high court, while ordering a four-year program to start at 60 universities in the province, said four-year degree programs should start at 60 universities this year and 100 more next.

The supreme court ordered a four-year graduation program to begin at the 350 universities in the province after two years. On Monday, a two-member bench headed by Judge Salahuddin Panhwar heard petitions filed by the Pakistan Institute of Labor Education and Research. During the hearing, the court expressed its displeasure at not starting the 16-year degree program at universities and said that it is misleading children. Students cannot get a job or admission based on a 14-year education outside the country. 14 years of degree is useless and just a piece of paper.

The court ordered action against universities that do not start four-year degree programs. On this occasion, the court asked the Secretary of Education that other provinces have started the 16-year career, when will it do so?

During the hearing, the Secretary of Schools said that there are 350 schools in the province of which 340 are in operation. In what the court said it knows that the children were cheated for 40 years, a child who leaves after spending millions of rupees does not get admission, his job is to start a four-year program in every college and university that is offering the two-year degree program.


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