Mr. Chips to be Replaced with Seerat-e-Nabvi in Intermediate Syllabus

ISLAMABAD: Government of Pakistan has decided to bring another revolutionary change in the education system. The Government has planned to replace the novel Mr. Chips with the topics on Seerat-e-Nabvi (PBUH). The English novel “Good-Bye Mr. Chips” written by James Hilton had been a part of the intermediate syllabus in Pakistan since 1963. James Hilton wrote this novel in 1934.

Now, the Government of Punjab has planned to replace the novel “Good-Bye Mr. Chips” with the topics on Seerat-e-Nabvi (PBUH) written by Dr. Abdur Rauf Sakharvi.

This step of the Government will surely bring a positive change in the students. They will know different aspects of the life of their beloved Prophet (PBUH) instead of Mr. Chips that has been taught for many generations.

The Punjab Curriculum Board will include the chapters on Seerat-e-Nabvi (PBUH) for the next session of Intermediate classes.

Shakila Nasreen

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