The federal government of Sindh has determined to exclude sure elements of the Single Nationwide Curriculum (SNC) within the provincial curriculum of the Main stage.
Whereas no preparations are being made to implement the SNC in Sindh, the provincial Schooling Division is creating a brand new curriculum for the Secondary and Greater Secondary ranges.
As per media studies, the Sindh Textbook Board (STB) is revising the Grade 9 Science textbooks and the Bureau of Curriculum has began getting ready a brand new curriculum for the Intermediate stage.
Talking on the situation of anonymity, an official of the STB revealed that the principle distinction between the federation’s curriculum and the Single Nationwide Curriculum in Sindh is in Islamic Research, Urdu, Sindhi, and Social Research.
The officer added that the SNC has given a separate placement to Islamic Research from Grade 1, whereas it’s taught from Grade 4 onwards in Sindh. Furthermore, the provincial authorities is adamant that Islamic Research will probably be taught from Grade 4.
Equally, the federation’s Main stage Islamic Research curriculum has extra hadiths than Sindh’s curriculum, which Sindh disagrees with.
As well as, some matters within the Science topics, which must be for Grade 5 have been included within the Grade 4 curriculum, which is including an pointless burden on the scholars.
It was reported that the preparation of a brand new curriculum for the Greater Secondary stage has additionally begun in Sindh, and will probably be launched for the following tutorial session 2022/23 as an alternative of the upcoming tutorial session.
In keeping with sources, the curriculum ready by the Bureau of Curriculum has eradicated the separate placement of Zoology and Botany for First 12 months and Second 12 months, and the themes have been merged like Matriculation-style Biology. The identical e book will probably be out there as one topic ‘Biology’ as an alternative of individually as Zoology and Botany within the tutorial session 2022/23 for the medical college students on the Intermediate stage.