The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) education department has implemented a ban on men from entering girls’ schools throughout the province.
This decision comes in response to a series of complaints registered on the Citizen’s Portal regarding the presence of men in girls’ schools.
In a notification released by the KP director of education, it has been officially declared that men’s entry into girls’ schools is now prohibited.
Furthermore, the authorities of these schools have been instructed not to invite any male individuals as chief guests to events or programs held at female educational institutions.
The education department has clarified that only female chief guests will be permitted to participate in events and programs hosted at girls’ schools in KP.
Earlier this year, the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) government made an unprecedented move by endorsing a proposal that advocates for the exclusive appointment of female teachers at government-run primary education institutes throughout the province.
This approval came following months of deliberation, during which the provincial cabinet considered recommendations put forth by the KP Elementary and Secondary Education Department in January.
Source: Pro Pakistani