New education portal in Pakistan promises better student performance

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A famous British company, Imperial Consultants, has introduced a modern education portal in Karachi for the students of 1 to 12 class to help them in the exams, learning, and daily lessons.

This portal decides the syllabus according to the needs of the students. The state-of-the-art education system will revolutionize the old teaching system. According to the developers of this system, the students will become smarter by using this education portal.

By using this system, a lot of things, i.e., lectures, homework, tests and some other educational activities will be done via computer.

The launching ceremony of this portal was held in Pakistan. The special guests in this ceremony were Secretary Education Sindh, Fazal-ur-Rehman, and Yemen’s Consul General, Dr. Mirza Ikhtiar Baig. The chairpersons of different educational institutions and the senior officials of private teaching association and ministry of education were also present at the ceremony.

It is important to mention here that Pakistan is spending only 2 percent of its GDP on education, which leaves a bad taste in the mouth of everyone. The data bore the facts war-hit Afghanistan is allocating 4 percent, India 7 percent, Rwanda is spending 9 percent of its GDP on education.

Meanwhile, Pakistan stayed below in the illiteracy from Iran, Sri Lanka, Nepal and Burma. It is adding fuel to fire that that literacy level rated around 50 percent to 58 percent is closely knitted with memorization.

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