President Dr Arif Alvi has said on Saturday that improving the educational system was the government’s top-most priority.

Addressing an international conference on ‘A World of Tomorrow – Re-imagined’ in Karachi he said that the educational curriculum will have to be updated in accordance with the needs of modern age.

He said that giving a better Pakistan to the nation was the target. President Arif Alvi said that work on a cyber crime bill was underway. The president said that imparting education in accordance with needs of a modern age was a need of the hour.

He said, “We will have to accomplish our responsibilities in education sector. A World of Tomorrow - Re-imagined.” The latest in the ‘School of Tomorrow’ (SOT) conference series is being held from November 3 to 4 in Karachi.

This event comprised of scholars, policy-makers, social activists and media people getting together to discuss the emerging issues within contemporary societies and how these may contribute to a better future for the nation and the future generations.