Pakistan’s Way To Greatness Through National Curriculum
“ To survive in peace and harmony; united and strong, we must have one people, one nation, one flag.”
– Pauline Hanson.
Pakistan’s way to greatness can be paved by staying strong and united, and this idea popped into our minds by closely monitoring the festivities of this year’s independence day. With the advent of 14th August, people all over pakistan start to celebrate the independence day with patriotic zest. This year, there was a new surge of excitement and people were filled to the brim with a ray of hope for a better future of our country. Every year this day is celebrated with the utmost reverence and people start making resolutions that how are they going to play a role in the prosperity of their country? Every year people are seen walking down the streets donning dresses of white and green colours. children are seen running around holding flags and buntings in their hands, showing their love for their country, but this time around everything seemed different. With the passage of time patriotic sentiment is flourishing, and people are really charged up in order to play their part in the progress of their country. This year, people were in a very festive mood and they celebrated this independence day just like Eid, there were displays of fireworks, buildings were decorated and the most important thing to observe was that this time around the whole nation was united. This independence day was celebrated with reverence and patriotic zest all over Pakistan, which is hard to witness because we mostly see this kind of celebration only in big cities.
After closely following the festivities all over the country, we at Cantab Publisher realized that this could be the beginning of a new era. It was like witnessing the birth of a new, strong, and unified nation. The wish to be united as a nation is engraved within the hearts and minds of pakistani nation, we just have to materialize this hope. Before pakistan came into being, Allama Iqbal imagined a free state, a free nation, and Quaid-e-Azam took responsibility of materialising this dream. That’s how Pakistan was founded. We as a nation need to be wary of the fact that Pakistan can become a strong nation. How? One of the solutions of this problem is stronger, and stable institutes following one national curriculum. Every nation thrives on its institutions, strong institutions give birth to a strong nation. The need to strengthen our institutes is stronger than ever, and the only way it can be made possible is by following one curriculum. We need to educate people about our national curriculum, that it is robust and on par with the international curriculum, we just have to implement it all over the country.
Imran Khan delivered a speech at Minar-e-Pakistan; during his speech he stated that “ we are going to unite the whole nation with the help of one curriculum.”
Since his statement was a direct reference to our slogan that is; “one curriculum, one nation,” it compelled us as educationists to dig a little deeper and go through the manifesto of Tehreek-e-Insaf, we felt that there’s still a room for improvement, which would be discussed by Professor. Dr. Naeem Khalid. His complete video presentation will be uploaded on our website, in this video he will discuss the problems and will give some suggestions that how can we bring about a positive change in Pakistan through the implementation of the national curriculum, and we are absolutely certain that this idea will further accelerate the process of the unification of the entire nation. It is important at this point to let our readers know that we at Cantab Publisher have been working tirelessly for years to ensure the unification of curriculum and we have already initiated the process by publishing and distributing ten million SLO based books in the private schools of KPK and we are still striving hard to make sure that this system keeps on getting better and better. we have an amazing team of intellectuals, educationists, academicians, and researchers, who are putting in great effort to ensure the successful execution of our slogan, ‘ one curriculum, one nation.’