All schools in Sindh are required to teach ‘asaan Sindhi’ (easy Sindhi) in grades three to eight by law, but some O-level schools are not.

According to Private Schools Association Chairperson Haider Ali, teaching Sindhi as a language is compulsory for all schools as specified in the Sindh Private Educational Institutions Regulation & Control Rules 2005.

He said that CIE schools consider Sindhi an inferior language and that teaching it would affect their “status”.

The Sindh Assembly passed a resolution on Tuesday demanding Sindhi be made mandatory in all private schools. It was done to enforce the above-mentioned law, as most schools were not following it.

Sindhi is not a part of the CIE O-level curriculum, and is therefore not taught to students in the higher classes. However, some O-level schools have not made it a part of their primary education syllabus either.

All schools in Sindh are required to teach ‘asaan Sindhi’ (easy Sindhi) in grades three to eight by law, but some O-level schools are not.

According to Private Schools Association Chairperson Haider Ali, teaching Sindhi as a language is compulsory for all schools as specified in the Sindh Private Educational Institutions Regulation & Control Rules 2005.

He said that CIE schools consider Sindhi an inferior language and that teaching it would affect their “status”.

The Sindh Assembly passed a resolution on Tuesday demanding Sindhi be made mandatory in all private schools. It was done to enforce the above-mentioned law, as most schools were not following it.

Sindhi is not a part of the CIE O-level curriculum, and is therefore not taught to students in the higher classes. However, some O-level schools have not made it a part of their primary education syllabus either.

All schools in Sindh are required to teach ‘asaan Sindhi’ (easy Sindhi) in grades three to eight by law, but some O-level schools are not.

According to Private Schools Association Chairperson Haider Ali, teaching Sindhi as a language is compulsory for all schools as specified in the Sindh Private Educational Institutions Regulation & Control Rules 2005.

He said that CIE schools consider Sindhi an inferior language and that teaching it would affect their “status”.

The Sindh Assembly passed a resolution on Tuesday demanding Sindhi be made mandatory in all private schools. It was done to enforce the above-mentioned law, as most schools were not following it.

Sindhi is not a part of the CIE O-level curriculum, and is therefore not taught to students in the higher classes. However, some O-level schools have not made it a part of their primary education syllabus either.

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