Secretary School Education & Literacy Department
I am delighted to welcome you on School Education and Literacy Department’s new website. The contents of the website convey a complete picture of our reform agenda and overall functions of the school education department. Our goal is to provide free and quality education to children at the school level. This interactive website encompasses all our programmes and functions. We’ll make sure that all notifications issued by the department are updated. Besides, the website carries our social media threads which will automatically be updated as soon as we tweet and send Facebook posts.
Investing In Education
Promoting Education Access
Gender Justice Through Education
Outsourcing Government Schools to Education Organization
Marginalized Areas of Sindh
School Specific Budget
For Smooth Outcome
Sindh Schools Monitoring System
Realtime School Monitoring
Compiling School-Level Data from Across the Province
Standardized Achievement Test
Student Learning Outcomes
Story of Arooba Abbas
Assalam-O-Alaikum, My name is Arooba Abbas Leghari, I’m a student of class VIII. I am studying in Government Girls Higher Secondary School. I’m also one of them who received girls’ stipend from the government.I have bought a new uniform after collection of stipend. This stipend has helped my parents reduce financial burdens regarding pursuance of my study. I would like to say to the government that please continue this initiative as this can help me continue my education.
Muhammad Bilal Ehsan —Myth Buster
Hafiz Muhammad Bilal Ehsan, a student of grad IX at the Government Boys Secondary School, Younasabad; has made his school proud by winning a Karachi wide quiz competition —‘Challenge to Everyone’ — organized by ‘Helping Hand Trust’.
“We were informed in the school about the competition. Some students were selected for trials. When the in-school trials took place, three out of six students were selected to represent the school; I was selected to represent the school for the quiz competition.” shared Bilal. From district South (Karachi), 14 schools participated and Bilal stood first in the district. He was awarded the ‘district winning belt’ and qualified for the next round of the competition.
For the Karachi crown, there were participants from all the six districts. Bilal was the only participant from a government school, while all other participants were from the private schools. “We were given three themes by the organizers — ‘The creation of Pakistan’, ‘The evolution in the constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan’ and ‘Pakistan’s resources’. The competition got withdrawal amongst the three finalists. And we were [then] asked the out-of-theme questions” said Bilal. “I was under the impression that the participants from the private schools would out-class me in the final round but it turned out a good fight.” He added.
Bilal was declared the ‘Karachi Winner’ of the competition, restoring the faith in resilience and hard work of the government school students.