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March 8, 2018

Knowledge quotient

Newspost

March 8, 2018

In collaboration with the British Council, the Punjab government has started the Punjab Education and English Language Initiative (PEELI) project which aims at training almost 1,000 teachers from state-owned schools. This initiative will help teachers learn useful teaching tips to make their lessons effective and interesting. That the government is making efforts to overhaul the outdated syllabus should be welcomed.

It is an unfortunate situation that every year, a large number of students fail in the subject of English. The current trends in education compel us to do away with the outdated and traditional methods of teaching and introduce some innovative and out of the box approaches which enable the learners to keep pace with the fast-pacing world. We hope that the PEELI project will play a vital role in bringing necessary reforms to our education system.

Muhammad Fayyaz

Mianwali

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