LAHORE:02 September: Punjab government is all set evolve consensus to formulate a concert law aiming at introducing an uniform education system in the province.
The Punjab government is taking all stake holders on board including political parties, religious groups, traders, public and private educational institutions. The Frontier Post has learnt on Saturday. Justice (R) Khalilur Rehman Khan heading Commission for Compulsory Free Education (CCFE) told The Frontier Post that commission was also committed to drafting laws which will uphold quality of education in accordance to international standards, introduced countries like Australia, Malaysia and counties in European Union (EU).
The commission has written letters to the leadership of Pakistan People's Party (PPP), Pakistan Muslim League Quaid-e-Azam (PML-Q), Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) for their input while all five Wafaqs of Islamic education and Christian machineries including Convent of Jesus & Mary and Cathedral Church of the Resurrection has been taken on board to seal their input on the issue.
He said commission will entertain the suggestions of all stakeholders and hammer their reservations in a bid to formulate a unanimous law.
"Under this legislations commission is also willing to propose establishing a Monitoring Commission which will take care of matters for implementing of education laws and to recommend amendments to ensure quality education", he said. "The commission has discovered 20-25 interactive laws supporting the legislation for uniform education system not only in the Punjab but also across the Pakistan", he added.Frontier Post.