Waqar Zaka Warns to Sue Sindh Education Department – Research Snipers

Waqar Zaka Warns to Sue Sindh Education Department

Waqar Zaka

Waqar Zaka warns to sue the Sindh Education department as well as the federal education officials for giving no heed to his advice and using the outdated syllabus.

The Sindh government would have to pay Waqar Zaka for not changing the school syllabus as per his given advice, especially for computer classes, if Zaka gets successful in getting his way, he would then receive Rs.20billion.

Waqar Zaka—is a social worker, TV show host, an engineering graduate and a social media star. He informed Samaa TV that education ministers in Sindh from the year 1997 to 2019 would be sent notices from the Sindh High Court in case he plans to file against the education system.

He said that he tried contacting the present Education Minister—Sardar Ali Shah, the federal secretary for education and professional training—Arshad Mirza, Sumbal Riaz—the Director and Minister for Federal Education and Professional Training—Shafqat Mahmood but no response was received.

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Zaka warned that he would be filing a case against these officials if they still fail to give any response to him. He added that all need to work together for reforming the education system. He said that the students in the 10th grade are still being taught about the outdated stuff like the floppy disks and the DOS system.

He has got many ideas for the education system of Sindh like including social media education for the 6th graders. He added that it should be made mandatory that students should learn how to generate money via social media, especially via Facebook and YouTube.

He also wants the study of space technology to be made a must for the 9th graders.

Some days back Zaka launched a movement called—Tehreek-e-Tech for paying the debts of Pakistan. The movement had three aims. As part of his movement, he gave some suggestions to the federal science minister, out of which 2 have been adopted.

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