July 13, 2017
Competition between govt schools in KP a good step: Imran
PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) Chairman Imran Khan said the ongoing competition between government schools in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) is a good step on Thursday.
Addressing an event gathering in Peshawar, he argued that “The system of reward and punishment always succeeds, adding that it the only system that values talent.”
“I have never passed orders in Shaukat Khanum Hospital,” he affirmed. The PTI chief discouraged appointment of teachers on the orders of politicians saying teachers used to be hired on the directions of the MNAs in past. “Any illiterate could be hired as a teacher in that time,” he stated.
He said that “Those people should be hanged who misuse their powers and affect the future of students. Education budget of a university in Singapore in greater than the whole education budget in Pakistan.”
He claimed that “English medium system was established by the colonial powers in this region and highlighted the need to have an education system based on equality amongst all.”
Moreover, Imran suggested Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) to adopt the ‘progressive’ system of the Australian Cricket Board.
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