• Literacy & Non Formal Basic Education Department
    Government of the Punjab

United Against Corruption for a Prosperous Pakistan

Taleem Sab Kay Liay

Main Features of the Project

  • Location: 36 Districts of Punjab
  • Sponsoring agency: Literacy and NFBE Department
  • Executing Agency: PIU of Taleem Sab Kay Liay
  • Operation & Maintenance: PIU of TSKL
  • HR of TSKL: 26 PIU staff + 108 Literacy Mobilizers

Financial Plan

  • Original cost: Rs. 1061.503 Million (August, 2014)
  • First Revision: Rs. 346.815 Million (August, 2015)
  • 2nd Revision: Rs. 385.880 Million (February, 2017)
  • Project Period: August, 2015 to June, 2018

Scope of the Project

  • 1260 NFE Feeder Schools for 1,26,000 out of school children at levels 0-3 of primary education & subsequently mainstreaming into the formal school education system
  • 180 Adolescent Literacy Centres for 4500 adolescent illiterates
  • 360 Adult Literacy Centres for 27,000 adult illiterates
  • ALP outsourcing component for 3600 adult illiterates across Punjab
  • Research activities in collaboration with Universities for improvement of literacy interventions of the Department

Achievements of the Project

  • Establishment of 1260 NFE Feeder Schools (0-3) in 36 districts
  • Primary education to 36,273 children in Feeder Schools
  • Established 1080 Adult Literacy Centres in 36 district during 2016-17 & basic literacy to 21,826 adult learners
  • Established 180 Adolescent Literacy Centres in 36 district and imparting basic education to 3787 adolescent learners(2017-2018)
  • Currently 180 Adolescent Literacy Centres, 5 in each district have been established which are imparting basic education to 3213 young learners (2017-18)
  • Job opportunities for 2520 teachers and 134 project staff
  • Research activities on different topics on NFE through public sector universities have been completed, main emphasis is to seek the workable recommendations
  • Bidding process under Adult Literacy Programme (ALP) for selection of NGOs has been completed and verification of illiterate learners, sent by selected NGOs, from field staff is under process. This activity is likely to be completed by April, 2018.