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Constitution of Pakistan Included in School Curriculum

Islamabad:┬áRana Tanveer Hussain, minister of federal education and professional training, announced on Wednesday that the Pakistani Constitution is being urgently included in the curriculum to raise students’ understanding of its significance and how it protects their fundamental rights.

He was speaking at the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Islamabad’s closing ceremony for the IBCC National Inter-Board Bilingual Declamation Competitions, which took place against the backdrop of Pakistan’s Constitution’s Golden Jubilee. On the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Pakistani Constitution, the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC) organised the tournament in three distinct phases.

He was speaking at the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) Islamabad’s closing ceremony for the IBCC National Inter-Board Bilingual Declamation Competitions, which took place against the backdrop of Pakistan’s Constitution’s Golden Jubilee.

The competition was staged in three distinct phases in honour of the competition’s 50th anniversary, according to a statement from the Inter Board Committee of Chairmen (IBCC).

The contestants delivered their remarks with tremendous energy and enthusiasm in “My Constitution: Assurance of My Freedoms” in English and Urdu.

The minister thanked the students for their exceptional work and emphasised the Constitution’s importance in defending citizens’ rights. He urged the students to keep working to raise knowledge of the Constitution and its significance for the nation’s future.

Addressing the closing ceremony, the minister said that the 1973 Constitution guarantees fundamental rights to the citizens including the right to live, education, and liberty.

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