Government and Karandaaz Pakistan join hands to increase financial literacy

The strategic partnership aims to train 3,000 teachers from more than 340 schools in the federal territory

In a bid to equip the youth with essential life skills, the Ministry of Federal Education and Vocational Training (MoFE&PT) has joined forces with Karandaaz Pakistan to improve financial literacy education among students.

This strategic partnership aims to train 3,000 teachers from more than 340 schools in the federal territory.

The training program, designed by Karandaaz Pakistan, will have a direct impact on more than 134,000 students, equipping them with the knowledge and tools needed to navigate the complexities of the modern economy.

The initiative places a strong emphasis on promoting financial responsibility among youth, preparing them for financial decision-making and management in their personal and professional lives.

By teaching these fundamental skills at an early stage, the partnership aims to contribute to the country’s socio-economic development and promote inclusive growth.

The MoFE&PT and Karandaaz Pakistan partnership reflects a shared commitment to socio-economic progress and inclusive growth.

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Last month, MoFE&PT announced that steps are being taken towards incorporating technology into the curriculum to adapt the new generation to the demands of the present.

The Federal Secretary of the Ministry, Mohyuddin Ahmad Wani, addressed the “STEM Mela 2024”, organized under the “STEM Pakistan Policy Unit” project to provide access to science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics to secondary school girls.

“We are bringing technology into our curriculum so that our new generation can also understand the technology in time and in line with the modern demands of the present,” he said, while also emphasizing that the government was making every effort to out- of-the-art technology. school children go to schools. “We want every child to get a good education and contribute to the development of the country,” he said.