A recent incident of mismanagement has surfaced in the Education Department of Sindh. As per reports, a school leaving certificate has been found to have incorrect dates. The certificate indicates that a student named Mehboob Ali passed his 5th class exams at the age of just 8 months.
The certificate mentions the student’s date of birth as 20th February 2017, and the date of enrollment in school as 10th October 2017. This means that the child was admitted to the school only eight months after his birth, raising questions about the clarity and efficiency of the school’s administrative processes.
Furthermore, it has come to light that the student passed his 5th class exams on 31st March 2018, which has led to concerns about the quality of education provided by the school and its administrative approach.
The school Headmaster, TEO, and Deputy Director have been heavily criticized for failing to detect the error on the certificate. This highlights the lack of attention and cares toward their responsibilities and the education system.
It is essential for the authorities to increase their monitoring and control process in the educational system to avoid such errors and ensure more focus on their job. This incident emphasizes the need for greater accountability and transparency in the administration of schools and education departments.