Murad Raas, has announced the launch o a free online academy - Insaf Academy - for matric and intermediate students.

Punjab Minister for School Education, Murad Raas, has announced the launch of a free online academy – Insaf Academy – for matric and intermediate students. The minister said in a tweet; “Launching INSAF Academy for our Children. Online 7,000+ lectures &; (MCQs) quizzes. Absolutely free for grades 9, 10, 11, and 12. Free education for every child at their doorstep.”

Insaf Academy to Encourage Students to get Free-of-cost Tuition

The Insaf Academy is a one-of-its-kind portal that will have 7,000 lectures and MCQ quizzes for matric and intermediate students. Murad said that the initiative would give an equal level of playing field and opportunities to students belonging to different economic and social backgrounds. The minister added that with the launch of an online academy, the flood-affected children will also be able to benefit from sitting at home. Students can access content in English and Urdu language and the app can be downloaded from Apple or Google Play Store.

Murad Raas said; “Children all over Pakistan can benefit from the online portal of Insaaf Academy. Through the Academy portal, children can study as well as take tests under parental supervision. Students can listen to the lectures about any subject and topic as many times they want besides taking evaluation tests. It is totally free of cost. Moreover, the establishment of a free online Academy portal will negate academy and tuition culture.”

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Imran Khan Congratulated Punjab Government on the Launch of the Online Coaching Academy

The PTI chief, Imran Khan, took to Twitter to felicitate the Punjab government on launching Insaf Academy for the students. He said; “Congratulations to Punjab govt for delivering on another PTI commitment with launch of Insaf Academy – the first Educational portal in Pak of this magnitude. 7,000+ lectures, quizzes & MCQs. Every house becomes a school providing free education for students grades 9-12.”


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