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  1. Guest-2661998

    Today i heard about China implementing the regulation for kids’ online gaming.
    According to BBC:
    “Gamers under 18 will be banned from playing online between 22:00 and 08:00. They will also be restricted to 90 minutes of gaming on weekdays and three hours on weekends and holidays”

    i feel this should be imposed by more and more countries to control many side effects of online gaming.

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    • Guest20191219

      Each country should have a network of NGOs where they can collaborate on one platform and discuss new approaches for enhancing the literary rate and focus on collecting funds and bringing rich people on the platform to sponsor the education of poor students

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    • Mohammad

      Shy students left behind in practical life… Although most of the shy students are deep thinkers (proven fact) yet due to their shy personality trait such students don’t run many races of life. Schools should produce confidence building programs / sessions to overcome this.

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  2. Mohammad

    Millions of students’ time gets wasted during summer vacations. There should be more private organizations offering Summer Vacations Activities covering personality building, swimming, hiking, arts and crafts, Quranic memorization, football and cricket. This will not only helps build confidence but also results in discipline and better mental and physical health.

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  3. Guest20191217

    Each school should have a medical treatment policy and it should be available on its website. The school should have emergency contact details of each student, vaccination records and allergies.

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  4. Guest-20191217-1

    Schools should do something to reduce the bag size. Its terrible to see kids carrying heavy bags.
    Some of the books should be kept in class.

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  5. abdul rafay

    Overall, this website is amazing because if anyone wants to make a school he or she can check this website to decide the rules of his school. Also, he or she could know what many people prefer about schools rules.
    In conclusion, this website is something someone should check for general info, to make a school or to know if his or her child should change his or her school.

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  6. Guest20191219-1

    Govt must ensure a policy that every single private school provides free education to one orphan for every 100th student. (1% of total students).
    This will ensure orphans do not have to worry about schools

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  7. Guest20191219-2

    Quality of teachers specially for the village schools should be audited and validated. New benchmarking should be done by the education ministries.

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  8. Guest20191219-3

    Ministry should define rules and policies on how kids can transfer from one schooling system to another. Also what schooling systems are compatible in different part of the world. This kind of info should be easily available.

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  9. Guest20191219-4

    Ministries should provide a portal where people can post their problems, ideas and recommendations. Each feedback should be tracked via a ticketing system which can be traced back.

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  10. Guest20191228

    Siblings fee concession should be considered by all schools. Govt might want to give some tax relaxation to the schools who offer fee relaxation. This will encourage poor people to get their kids educated

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  11. Guest-20200104

    Schools should focus on teaching ‘future’ subjects and shun the traditional ones. Future is about analytics, data science, robotics. While basic math, physics and chemistry remains the same, the courses need to be modified and tweaked in order to mold kids’ interest towards the right direction and get rid of usual thinking of becoming doctor or engineer.

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  12. Teri

    Due to unhealthy life style, many kids are falling sick to heart and diabetes diseases. Annual health checks can be planned by schools in collaboration with health care service providers. Schools may charge parents with nominal amounts. It is a good business idea as well as prevention and timely cure of diseases.

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  13. Guest-20200105

    Government to make a rule that any school pick up van must have yellow paint on it. This will help other people/drivers to drive vigilantly

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  14. Nadhim

    Poorer students have to purchase water in schools. Schools must provide free water

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  15. Anonymous

    Many schools send assignments and students have to print the assignment and submit back. Considering on large scale, millions of papers are wasted across the country. Please find better options of education so that least number of prints are done. Love earth !

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  16. Guest-20200613

    Due to Covid 19, schools are providing online education which is not worth value for money. As schools have much lower operational costs, they should consider reducing the fee.

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  17. Guest-20200613-1

    In Coronal virus situation, schools are doing online education that triggers the need for each kid to have tab or computer. This is additional financial burden on poor parents… Schools should collaborate with Samsung, Apple, Lenovo (or even small companies) and offer promotional/discounted products so that parents can purchase the tabs.

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  18. Blogger

    Some schools are charging heavily in the name of IT (for the online classes) although they should not be doing this. Schools are saving operational charges (electricity, printing, internet, water, cleaning, pantry, severage etc) while the schools are closed due to corona. Govt should introduce some check and balance on this.

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  19. Qasim Ali Shah Foundation

    تعلیم ہر شہری کا بنیادی حق ہے لیکن پاکستان کی بدقسمتی یہ ہے کہ حکومت معیاری تعلیم پر کام نہیں کرپارہی اور اس سے زیادہ خطرناک بات یہ ہے کہ اگر کوئی معیارِ تعلیم پر بات کرے اور تعلیمی نظام کی غلطیوں کی نشاندہی کرے تو اسے بھی لعن طعن کیا جاتا ہے ۔میں اپنی ویڈیوز ، مضامین اورکتب کے ذریعے ایک عرصے سے درج ذیل مسائل کی نشاندہی کررہا ہوں:

    1.ہم پوری قوم کو نمبروں کی ریس میں بھگارہے ہیں ۔ہمارے بچے نمبر تو لے لیتے ہیں لیکن ان میں اسکلز کا شدید فقدان ہوتاہے۔

    2.امتحانات کے نظام میں بچے کے ٹیلنٹ ، صلاحیت اور ہنر کو نہیں جانچاجاتا۔

    3. پڑھانے والے کو خود بھی کتابیں پڑھنی چاہییں ،جبکہ ہمارے ملک میں اَساتذہ کی ایک بڑی تعداد سیکھنے کو چھوڑ کر صرف سکھانے پر زور لگاتی رہتی ہے۔

    4. ہمارا معاشرتی نظام اور تعلیمی نظام Active Citizen پیدا نہیں کررہا ، جس کی وجہ سے تمام ترمسائل حل ہونہیں پاتے.

    5. ہمارے نفسیاتی مسائل روز بروز بڑھ رہے ہیں۔ نوجوانوں میں خودکشی کا رجحان بڑھ رہا ہے. ہمیں
    Mental Health
    (ذہنی صحت) جیسے سنجیدہ مضمون کو نصاب میں شامل کرنا چاہیے.

    6. ساری دنیا
    Soft Skills, Middle Skills &
    Hard Skills
    کوماننے لگ پڑی ہے جبکہ ہم صرف رٹو طوطے پیدا کررہے ہیں۔

    چند دن پہلے میرے ہمدم دیرینہ طارق بلوچ صحرائی صاحب مجھے ایک درویش صفت بہن فرح دیبا کے سکول “عالم بی بی ٹرسٹ” لے گئے ۔میری خوشی کی انتہا نہیں تھی جب میں نےآنکھوں سے یہ نظارہ دیکھا کہ وہ بچے جو اسکول کی فیس ادانہیں کر سکتے، “عالم بی بی ٹرسٹ” ان کی تعلیم کو ممکن بنارہی ہے. ساتھ ہی ساتھ ہر بچے کے چہرے پر ایک مسکراہٹ بھی تھی جو میں نے پوش علاقوں کے اسکول کے بچوں میں بھی نہیں دیکھی. یہ مسکراہٹ امید کی نشانی ہے اور امید کی سوغات “عالم بی بی ٹرسٹ” میں مل جاتی ہے۔ میں نے بچوں کے ساتھ وقت گزارا، اسکول کے اساتذہ کے ساتھ بات چیت کی ،نَم آنکھوں سے ڈھیروں دُعائیں کیں، ڈھیروں دُعائیں سمیٹیں اور طارق بلوچ صحرائی کے ساتھ واپس چلا آیا۔

    بے لوث جذبے سے کام کرنے والی درویش صفت فرح دیبا کو اللہ مزید ہمت دے. خیر کے کاموں میں تھکاوٹ نہیں ہوتی بلکہ یہ کہوں تو درست ہوگا کہ یہ تھکاوٹ راحت بن جاتی ہے۔

    اللہ “عالم بی بی ٹرسٹ” کے چانن کو سارے عالم میں پھیلا دے ۔آمین

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  20. Alex

    Junaid Tahir

    Thu, 31 Dec 2020, 12:16

    to me
    “According to Psychologists, there are four types of Intelligence:

    1) Intelligence Quotient (IQ)
    2) Emotional Quotient (EQ)
    3) Social Quotient (SQ)
    4) Adversity Quotient (AQ)

    1. Intelligence Quotient (IQ): this is the measure of your level of comprehension. You need IQ to solve maths, memorize things, and recall lessons.

    2. Emotional Quotient (EQ): this is the measure of your ability to maintain peace with others, keep to time, be responsible, be honest, respect boundaries, be humble, genuine and considerate.

    3. Social Quotient (SQ): this is the measure of your ability to build a network of friends and maintain it over a long period of time.

    People that have higher EQ and SQ tend to go further in life than those with a high IQ but low EQ and SQ. Most schools capitalize on improving IQ levels while EQ and SQ are played down.

    A man of high IQ can end up being employed by a man of high EQ and SQ even though he has an average IQ.

    Your EQ represents your Character, while your SQ represents your Charisma. Give in to habits that will improve these three Qs, especially your EQ and SQ.

    Now there is a 4th one, a new paradigm:

    4. The Adversity Quotient (AQ): The measure of your ability to go through a rough patch in life, and come out of it without losing your mind.

    When faced with troubles, AQ determines who will give up, who will abandon their family, and who will consider suicide.

    Parents please expose your children to other areas of life than just Academics. They should adore manual labour (never use work as a form of punishment), Sports and Arts.

    Develop their IQ, as well as their EQ, SQ and AQ. They should become multifaceted human beings able to do things independently of their parents.

    Finally, do not prepare the road for your children. Prepare your children for the road.”

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  21. محمد عارف


    فن لینڈ کے والدین کو یہ فکر بلکل نہیں ہوتی کہ بچہ اب سکول جانے لائق ہوگیا ہے تو کس سکول میں داخلہ کرائیں. کیونکہ فن لینڈ کے سارے پرائمری سکول ایک جیسے ہیں. عوام کے ٹیکس سے چلتے ہیں، یکساں فنڈ لیتے ہیں. وہاں رزلٹ کارڈ بچوں کیلئے نہیں اساتذہ کیلئے بنتے ہیں. یہ دیکھنے کیلئے کہ اس کی کلاس کا کونسا بچہ مزید محنت مانگ رہا ہے.

    ویرا کو پرائمری سکول ٹیچر بننے کا بڑا “شوق” تھا. فن لینڈ میں پرائمری ٹیچر کیلئے اہلیت یونیورسٹی کی اعلیٰ تعلیم ہے. ویرا نے وہ امتیازی نمبرز کے ساتھ پاس کی اور فوری ٹیچر کیلئے اپلائی کیا. پہلا ٹیسٹ تھیوری کا تھا. وہ پاس کرلیا. دوسرا گروپ پلاننگ کا تھا. ویرا چونکہ اپنے چھوٹے بہن بھائیوں کی گروپ ایکٹیویٹی پلان کرتی تھی تو اس نے یہ امتحان بھی پاس کر لیا. تیسرا پینل انٹرویو تھا. جس کا پہلا سوال ہوا آپ ٹیچر کیوں بننا چاہتی ہیں.؟ ویرا نے کہا مجھے بڑا “شوق” ہے.
    ​​

    پینل بورڈ نے پوچھا یہ شوق کیسے ہوا. ویرا نے کہا چونکہ ہماری فیملی میں ٹیچر کافی ہیں تو مجھے بچپن سے ٹیچر بننے کا شوق ہوگیا. اور ویرا کو فیل کر دیا گیا. ویرا فن لینڈ میں ٹیچرز ٹریننگ کے ڈائریکٹر ڈاکٹر پاسی سالبرگ کی بھانجی تھی. اس نے اپنے ماموں کو روتے ہوئے فون کیا. ڈاکٹر صاحب نے کہا بیٹا انٹرویو پینل بچوں کا مستقبل کسی کے شوق کے سپرد نہیں کر سکتا. تم ایک سال کسی سکول میں اسسٹنٹ کی جاب کرو. تاکہ تمہیں انٹرویو کرنے والوں کے سوالات کے جوابات مل جائیں. اگلے سال دوبارہ کوشش کر لینا.

    ہماری تعلیم کا مسئلہ بھی پرائمری لیول سے ہی شروع ہوتا ہے. نہ سکول سسٹم یکساں ہے. نہ کورس یکساں ہے. نہ پرائمری اساتذہ کا اپنا تعلیمی معیار اعلیٰ ہوتا ہے. نہ ان کو شوق ہوتا ہے. نہ ان کو پتہ ہوتا ہے کہ کم عمر بچوں کو پڑھانے کی تکنیک کیا ہے. تو آپ خود سوچیں یہ تعلیمی نظام ہمارے کل کو کیا بنیاد فراہم کر رہا ہے.؟

    طالب علم محمد عارف

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