Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood said Saturday that any hasty decision to shut academic institutions would “ruin education” concerning this Saeed Ghani’s statement the other day Sindh had been apprehended the joys of secondary colleges.
He explained that the six-month closing of educational institutions had profoundly affected pupils.
That said, six weeks close deeply influenced the pupils. The conclusion to start was shot with fantastic care. Any hasty decision to shut will ruin instruction,” he tweeted.
His tweet includes a day after Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani held a media conference to declare the reopening of schools for sixth, seventh and eighth graders at Sindh has been postponed over the spread of COVID-19.
He cited one reason as instructional institutes failing to execute COVID-19 SOPs after instructional institutions were reopened in a standardized way from September 15.
He explained within this period, the provincial authorities will observe the way the subsequent SOPs could be enforced.
“Our objective isn’t to shut down schools eternally. We hunt for them to fix their manners once we see they’re not fulfilling their obligation.
“Along with the next of security protocols isn’t to be achieved for our pride. Our kids go to these colleges. It’s a question of the health and security,” the education minister had underscored.