The Punjab Curriculum Textbook Board is in charge of creating and distributing textbooks for all school levels. The Book Developer’s publications for grades 1 through 11 are listed below. PCTB believes that Holy Quran study should be mandated in schools. For the first time in Pakistani history, the Holy Quran was declared necessary for all pupils to learn. The PCTB announcement announcing the implementation of Holy Quranic principles may be seen here.
On June 15, 2022, the Punjab Curriculum Textbook Board Gulberg 3 Lahore issued the notification, official order to purchase the Book and equip the children to learn it, and associated resources. In the accompanying notice, the Curriculum Book Name, Class, and Textbook Author are presented in a tabular style. For more updates visits our website apkflu.com
Punjab Curriculum Textbook Board (PCTB) Study Holy Quran is Compulsory for 11th Class (1st)
According to PCTB, all pupils in grades 1-11 are expected to study the Holy Quran as part of their core curriculum.
The following are the greatest manuscripts to be used as textbooks in compliance with the Holy Quran Education Act of 2021, according to minutes from the 97th meeting of the Punjab Curriculum Textbook Board, held on June 14, 2022. Students in Grade 1 must read the textbook ” (Zia ul Quran Publishers). Students in grade 6 will be obliged to study “Translation of Al-Quran Majeed” by the Golden Book Company.
Students in the seventh grade will study by “Ch. Ghulam Rasool” and Sons to stay up to date on the newest advancements in the PCTB’s mandated Holy Quran education policy for students in grades one through eleven. Students in the eighth grade will share a text from the same “Al-Fazeel Nashraan” magazine. Students in Grade 9 will study content from “Ali Brothers,” while students in Grade 11 will study Modern Educational Services’ Arabic translation of the Quran.