Failed system

By News Desk
June 12, 2024

Most Pakistani schools are fundamentally a waste of a child’s time. Despite spending up to 12 years in these institutions, children learn only basic reading and writing skills, with no emphasis on scientific or social knowledge. The system’s heavy focus on exams promotes rote memorization, leading to a lack of excellence and creativity among students.


The outdated curriculum must be abolished. The modern world requires contemporary and advanced knowledge. Instead of wasting students’ time, schools should prepare them for the future by fostering creativity and providing comprehensive scientific and technical education, which are essential for future success.

Murknabi Baloch