Pakistan Learning Festival 2021

Pakistan Learning Festival
Photo Courtesy: Children Literature Festival

Last month, the city of Gilgit was loaded up with fascinating discussions and fun filled activities, as you can find in the remainder of the flames from the Pakistan’s Learning Festival (PLF) had to visit the Northern areas.

The celebration was held from 1-3 June, in the Fatima Jinnah Government Degree College for Women in Gilgit. The subject during the current year is to ‘Celebrate and save the Rich Cultural legacy and Ecological Diversity of the Gilgit-Baltistan’.

The gathering was coordinated by Idaara-e-Taleem-o-Agahi (ITA), in coordination with the Gilgit-Baltistan education department and was being upheld by the British Council, the State Bank of Pakistan, Serena Hotels, Oxford University Press, and numerous others.

Pakistan Learning Festival
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The PLF was being held as a component of the Children’s Literature Festival (CLF), the country’s first national level educational or learning program, which works with local area based associations, private partners, supporters, and developmental stakeholders.

Since its creation in 2011, the CLF is being facilitated in 72 events in 25 locales of the nation and has been host to more than 1.6 million instructors, and college understudies. The first PLF was held in February 2021, in the major cities of Pakistan and has been very generally welcomed.

The CLF is a progression of social occasions, made by the ITA, Baela’s CEO Raza Jamil, alongside Amina Saeed, who has assisted with spearheading artistic celebrations in Pakistan, and is the establishing Director of the Adab Festival.

Pakistan Learning Festival

It is focused on the improvement of a culture of learning, inventiveness, creative mind and multi-tactile incitement to add to a fun yet instructive experience for the kids.

This is an uncommon consuming to invite the children back to the school, just as the nation recuperates from the third wave of the pandemic. Showing rehearses, and need to endure a great deal because of its disengagement and distance learning, particularly in the far off spaces of the country.

Pakistan Learning Festival

Pakistan Learning Festival is attempting to associate, guardians, kids and instructors with specialists and resources to be design accelerated and effective strategies, and sped up learning procedures and strength in the most troublesome occasions.

This incorporates both public and private schools including the vulnerable communities, targeting students between the ages of 4 and 18 years old.


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