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Balochistan Launch

The Provincial Launch - ASER 2014 (19th February 2015) - Balochistan

 

33 percent Balochistan children out of school: Report

QUETTA: About 33 percent of Balochistan’s children aged 6-16 still remain out of school and student competencies in learning English, Arithmetic and Languages are deplorable.

This was said in a survey report on status of education in Balochistan during year 2014 which was compiled by non-governmental organization “Annual Status of Education Reporter (ASER) Pakistan” in a report launching seminar, here Thursday.

33pc children in Balochistan out of school: survey

QUETTA: About 33 per cent of children in Balochistan, aged between six and 16, are out of school and student competency in learning English and Arithmetic is deplorable, says a survey report.The report on the status of education in Balochistan during the year 2014 compiled by the Annual Status of Education Reporter (Aser) Pakistan, an NGO, was launched at a seminar here on Thursday.The director, Idara-i-Taleem-o-Aagahi, Baela Raza Jameel, said the survey had been based on information about 60,535 children aged between 3 and 16. She said the data about these children, 39pc girls of those are girls, had been collected by volunteers who visited 18,536 households in 947 villages....

33% Balochistan children out of school: Report

QUETTA: About 33 percent of Balochistan’s children aged 6-16 still remain out of school and student competencies in learning English, Arithmetic and Languages are deplorable.

This was said in a survey report on status of education in Balochistan during year 2014 which was compiled by non-governmental organization “Annual Status of Education Reporter (ASER) Pakistan” in a report launching seminar, here Thursday.

33pc children in Balochistan out of school: survey

QUETTA: About 33 per cent of children in Balochistan, aged between six and 16, are out of school and student competency in learning English and Arithmetic is deplorable, says a survey report.

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