Due to the ongoing financial crisis in Pakistan, several departments are deprived of their basic financial assistance from the central government of Pakistan. The education department of Pakistan is one of those unlucky sectors that are facing financial problems in carrying out their daily routine tasks.
The federal Education department facing a financial deficit of Rs. 7 billion.
This was uncovered during a briefing given to the interim Government Minister Madad Ali Sindhi on his visit to the Federal Directorate of Education here on Tuesday. The minister likewise met with DG FDE Amjad Ahmed.
Interim Government Minister Madad Ali Sindhi said that the main way towards progress is through education. He expressed that there are nations that were a very long time behind us yet presently because of better education systems are miles in front of us.
He said that Pakistan is our home and we ought to attempt to determine its concerns like we settle our private matters.
The minister expressed that there are difficulties faced by each organization yet we ought to attempt to solve them with complete devotion and hard work. He said that government institutions hold huge significance for the workers as they give salaries as well as pensions after retirement.
He expressed that in the present age, such a facility is a gift. He said that each representative ought to think about this and attempt to help the association, as it is answerable for the support of a few hundred workers.
Madad said that educators shouldn’t stand firm on regulatory situations and ought to exclusively zero in on their obligations as teachers. He said that educators have the main obligation of all and ought to give their hundred percent to this assignment.
The minister was informed by DG FDE Amjad Ahmed. The minister was informed that FDE faces a regular budget deficit. He was informed that the ongoing year’s deficiency is nearly Rs. 7 billion.
The minister was informed that a biometric framework has been put in all institutions of FDE to guarantee the participation of teaching and non-teaching staff.
The minister was informed that practically 24k students are signed up for all of the FDE institutions. He was informed that 2839 educators were trained last year.
Besides, indoor games facilities have been laid out in 391 schools and universities of FDE notwithstanding enrolment of 17,000 out-of-school students in the last year.