Education system in pakistan

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  • Only 30% of those who enroll in primary education ever reach to their matriculation exam
  • Education system in pakistan

    1. 1.  Arslan Ahmed
    2. 2. PAKISTAN
    3. 3.  Today we have different types of education system  Cambridge or Oxford education system A&O Level  Pakistan secondary education system Primary Middle Secondary Higher secondary Post secondary (University Degrees)  Maderessah education system
    4. 4.  Aimless Education System  What should be the purpose  Secular education  Non-secular education  Lake of Professional Teachers  25% of school teachers are untrained  Poor Examination System  Use of unfair means  Encourage Cramming  Out -dated Curriculum  Political Interference  Inference in administrative matters  Recruitment and transfer of teachers  Insecurities
    5. 5. Only 30% of those who enroll in primary education ever reach to their matriculation exam Primary middle secondary higher secondary post secondary Only 30% of those who enroll in primary education ever reach to their matriculation exam
    6. 6. 120 100 80 60 40 20 0 Pakis Nige Philp Egyp Sri india Iran tan ria ine t Lank East 68 68 89 94 94 95 97
    7. 7.  30% percent of student in Pakistan goes to private schools
    8. 8.  70% goes to Government Schools , only 15% of it, is English medium  In Pakistan there is only one University whose medium of instruction is Urdu  Pakistan’s Education Index is 0.44 whereas the average index of the least developed countries is 0.5 (higher index is better) and that of South Asia is 0.58.  More than two million children in Pakistan, who are of primary-school going age today, do not have the facilities to attend school.
    9. 9.  In the public sector, a primary school is on the average provided with only 2.5 teachers a middle school with 7.6, a high school with 18, and an intermediate and degree college with 26 teachers.  Pakistan is one of only 12 countries in the world that spend less than 2% of GNP on education.

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