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QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN
EXPLORING PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN EDUCATION
SECTOR
INTRODUCTION
 Constitution of Pakistan obligates the state to 

provide free and compulsory quality education to 
childre...
QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN
Public Private Partnership is a new concept in the 

development environment of Pakistan...
EXPLORING PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
IN EDUCATION SECTOR
Public Private Partnership is a contractual

agreement formed be...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

 In Pakistan the concept of public private partnership is

being tried out in almost all dime...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
Achieving quality

education for all children
of Pakistan requires
innovative strategies.
Such...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
RESEARCH OBJECTIVES
 How Public Private Partnerships have

addressed the crisis of education i...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
Potential Benefits
Cost saving

Enhancement of

Risk sharing

Revenues
More effective
imple...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP
 Punjab Education Foundation –










Assisted Schools Program, Pakistan
Punjab Educat...
PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP

Government Initiatives
NGO/CSO Initiatives
Role of NGOs in Development
Charitable Orientat...
Types of NGOs by the level of Operation

National NGOs
International NGOs
Citywide Organizations
NGOs in Pakistan
Teachers' Resource Center (TRC)
Health and Nutrition Development Society

(HANDS)
Bahbud
The Citizens...
Recommendations

It is recommended that financial assistance may be

given to private sector.
Involvement of NGOs and pr...
Conclusion

Education is the main vehicle for socio-economic

development and government alone cannot meet the
target of ...
THANK YOU
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Firstly, the education system of Pakistan is based on unequal lines. Medium of education is different in both, public and private sector. This create a sort of disparity among people, dividing them into two segments. Such a distraught infrastructure is a basic cause of high illiteracy rate in Pakistan and high drop out rates in rural areas and public school.

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  1. 1. QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN EXPLORING PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN EDUCATION SECTOR
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION  Constitution of Pakistan obligates the state to  provide free and compulsory quality education to  children of the age group 5 to 16 years. “The State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of five to sixteen years .” The state of education in Pakistan is abysmal and is  improving only slightly every year. Less that 2.5% of  the annual budget is accorded to the education  sector. 
  3. 3. QUALITY OF EDUCATION IN PAKISTAN Public Private Partnership is a new concept in the  development environment of Pakistan. It has  brought a new vision in terms of greater efficiency,  cost sharing and sustainability. Throughout the  world, governments are turning to the private sector  to achieve prosperity for nation. 3Ps is partnership between the government, the  people and the private sector institution in term of  time, resources and expertise to implement social  change at the grassroots level.
  4. 4. EXPLORING PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP IN EDUCATION SECTOR Public Private Partnership is a contractual agreement formed between public and private sectors, which allows more private sector then is traditional. Public private partnership is the positive approach to improve the quality of education. It is no secret that by raising the standard of education, the corporate sector is bound to get a more education.
  5. 5. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP  In Pakistan the concept of public private partnership is being tried out in almost all dimension of development ranging from primary health care, infrastructure development, institutionalization of devolution reforms, to enhancing child participation in primary schooling.  child enrolment can be increase  dropouts can be significantly reduced and  quality education can be imparted through engaging local communities, parents, political representatives and administrative officials of local governments.
  6. 6. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP Achieving quality education for all children of Pakistan requires innovative strategies. Such partnerships with government and other key players, including civil society organizations can play pivotal role in improving the state of education in Pakistan.
  7. 7. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP RESEARCH OBJECTIVES  How Public Private Partnerships have addressed the crisis of education in relation to the political, cultural and socio economic context.  Explore and analyze the feasibility/cost and benefits of public private partnership arrangements in development projects, particularly in the education sector.  To shed light on the existing state of education in Pakistan.  To make policy recommendation in order to improve public private partnership arrangements.
  8. 8. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP Potential Benefits Cost saving Enhancement of Risk sharing Revenues More effective implementation Economic Benefits Improved level of service or maintain existing levels of service
  9. 9. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP  Punjab Education Foundation –      Assisted Schools Program, Pakistan Punjab Education Foundation (PEF) pays private schools Rs300/month for each student they enroll (up to set maximum number of Students) Schools are located in poor urban and rural areas Schools cannot charge students tuition or other fees Schools must meet regular quality assurance tests in order to remain in FAS program PEF Budget = Rs70 million (2005/06) Program introduced in November 2005 (5districts; 54 schools; 22,000 students) Currently operates in 10 districts; 203 schools; 77,000 students. Further expansion plans already in place.
  10. 10. PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP Government Initiatives NGO/CSO Initiatives Role of NGOs in Development Charitable Orientation Participatory Orientation Empowering Orientation
  11. 11. Types of NGOs by the level of Operation National NGOs International NGOs Citywide Organizations
  12. 12. NGOs in Pakistan Teachers' Resource Center (TRC) Health and Nutrition Development Society (HANDS) Bahbud The Citizens Foundation (TCF) HELP
  13. 13. Recommendations It is recommended that financial assistance may be given to private sector. Involvement of NGOs and private organizations would benefit the delivery of education services.  It was found that the overall enrollment growth rate was 13% in private sector which plays a vital role in development of education.
  14. 14. Conclusion Education is the main vehicle for socio-economic development and government alone cannot meet the target of providing quality of education. PPP have had mixed outcomes and their contribution increase the quality and give rise to the better and mutual benefits for public and private sector.
  15. 15. THANK YOU
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