Web Desk: Following the orders of Sindh Education Minister Syed Sardar Shah to teach Sindhi, a number of private schools in Karachi have agreed to include Sindhi subject in their O Level curriculum.

According to details, the management of private schools agreed to introduce the Sindhi language to students from grade three in the Cambridge System from the new academic session.

The school included Orchard Grammar, The City School, PECHS Girls School and Hazrat Shah Jahangir Academy.

Earlier in this month, a notification was sent to O level schools from Sindh Education and Literacy Department about their decision.

On March 12, the Sindh Assembly had passed a resolution demanding Sindhi be made mandatory in all private schools.

It is worth mentioning that Sindhi is already being treated as a compulsory subject up to ninth standard in government schools of Sindh. According to Form B of the Sindh Private Educational Institutions (Regulations & Control) Rules 2005, educational institutions are required to teach children the Sindhi language.

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