The Govt has decided to include the Madrassa Education in Country into the National Mainstream. The government has approved a plan to create a General Directorate of Religious Education under the Ministry of Education to register all madrassas under the Federal Ministry of Education and Vocational Training for the introduction of these subjects. Upper secondary schools are part of the HSSC curriculum.
Modern subjects will be introduced into madrassas over a period of five years to be incorporated into the general educational system.
Similar reforms were introduced for religious schools during the Musharraf regime, but they did not produce the desired results.
Establishment of the “General Directorate of Religious Education” with cost. A meeting of the Central Development Working Group (CDWP) approved 1,253.4 million people, chaired by the Vice Chairman of the Planning Commission, Muhammad Jahanzeb Khan.
The aim of the project is to bring religious education to mainstream Pakistan by introducing modern subjects in madrassas, after which they must be registered with the Federal Ministry of Education and Vocational Training.