Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cracks Down on Male Entry into Girls’ Schools: Ban Implemented Amidst Citizen Complaints!

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) education department has taken significant steps to safeguard the security and comfort of female students in the province. In response to numerous complaints filed on the Citizen’s Portal about the presence of men in girls’ schools, the KP education department has officially banned men from entering these institutions. The ban extends to events and programs held at girls’ schools, with only female chief guests being allowed.

This move follows earlier efforts by the KP government to promote gender equality in education. They recently approved a proposal advocating the exclusive appointment of female teachers in government-run primary education institutes across the province, which aims to create a more supportive and inclusive learning environment for young girls.

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The decision to ban men from girls’ schools is a significant development, as it addresses concerns raised by citizens and prioritizes the safety and privacy of female students. The ban on male entry and the appointment of female teachers underscore KP’s commitment to providing girls with equal educational opportunities and a secure environment in which to learn. These decisions mark a crucial step towards ensuring that girls in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa can access quality education and pursue their academic aspirations without unnecessary disruptions or intrusions.

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