National Rehmatul lil Aalameen Authority Conducts Landmark Teacher Training Program

Islamabad – May 1, 2024. Continuing its unwavering commitment to enhancing the quality of education in Pakistan, the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training, under the dynamic leadership of Secretary Mr. Muhyuddin Ahmed Wani, spearheaded a transformative seven-day teacher training program. Hosted by the National Rehmatul lil Aalameen Wa Khatatun Nabiyyin Authority (NRKNA), the workshop drew participation from over 200 dedicated teaching professionals from public schools across Islamabad Capital Territory.
The workshop, a collaborative effort between NRKNA and various esteemed organizations, delved into crucial themes essential for fostering holistic development in students. Sessions on Entrepreneurship, facilitated by experts from the Rupani Foundation, and STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics) education, led by seasoned professionals from LearnOBots, aimed at equipping educators with innovative tools and strategies.
Mr. Mahmood Ahmed, the Chairman CEF shared the Character Education model introduced in Azad Jammu & Kashmir. Director NRKNA, Mr. Suhail Bin Aziz shared the landmark initiative of Character Education. He also held a session on Teaching Methodology of Rasulullah (S.A.A.W) that was aimed at equipping the teachers with pedagogical skills in the light of Seera.
Highlighting the significance of character education in shaping ethical and responsible citizens, the Chairman of NRKNA, Mr. Khurshid Ahmad Nadeem, unveiled Pakistan’s first-ever character education curriculum. Emphasizing the teachings of Seerat un Nabi (PBUH), this pioneering initiative seeks to instill moral values and virtues among students, paving the way for a more enlightened society.
During the concluding session, Secretary Mr. Muhyuddin Ahmed Wani commended the efforts of all stakeholders involved in organizing the program. He pledged continued support for such initiatives, affirming the ministry’s commitment to granting teachers greater autonomy to uplift educational standards and prioritize students’ welfare.
Certificates of participation were awarded to the attendees by Secretary Mr. Muhyuddin Ahmad Wani, Chairman Mr. Khurshid Ahmad Nadeem, Director General Mr. Zafar Mahmood Malik, and Mr. Sabookh Syed, underscoring their invaluable contributions to the advancement of education in Pakistan. As the nation strides towards educational excellence, initiatives like these stand as beacons of hope, ushering in a brighter future for generations to come.