Farhan Saeed and Mikaal Zulfiqar have appreciated Prime Minister Imran Khan for fulfilling his promise to introduce single curriculum for all the students in Pakistan.

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“One nation, one curriculum,” wrote Farhan while lauding the premier.


Mikaal also commended PM Khan for this initiative.

Spokesperson of the Punjab government Azhar Mashwani had earlier shared on Twitter that the Government of Pakistan has launched a uniform syllabus for Class 1 to 5 which will be implemented within a year.


Last year in March, the government had claimed to have completed the first phase of the implementation of the single national curriculum in the country by developing a uniform syllabus for Class 1 to 5 but said that it will take another year for its implementation in all educational institutions and madrassahs (religious seminaries).

The Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) had aimed to implement a uniform curriculum in the entire country when it came into power after the 2018 general elections. But, it would reportedly take two more years to fulfill this promise as it is expected to be completed in 2023, the year in which the next general elections are scheduled to be held.

Meanwhile, the government hasn’t announced anything regarding this as of yet.