Jahangir Nafees (7445)
Mustafa Atiq (7444)
Uzair Ali (7326)
Submitted to : Miss.Anila
ROLE OF EDUCATION IN
WHAT IS EDUCATION?
Increase in the stocks of skills, knowledge and
by individuals or society.
Education is an uncontested acceptance of
FACTS OF EDUCATION IN
An education remains a promise unkempt to millions of
illiterates in Pakistan. Below are given ten most alarming
facts which indicate the worsening status of education
development in Pakistan.
Over 50 percent of the country aged 15 and above are illiterate.
Only 1 in 3 women can read and write.
Pakistan has one of the lowest education budgets in the
world, spending just 2 percent of its national GDP on education
For every 100 men, 57 women are illiterate giving Pakistan one
of the highest gender disparities in the world.
In rural Balochistan province, only 7 percent of girls can
read and write.
6.5 million children under 9 years old out of school in
Pakistan, one of the highest numbers in the world, with
In Pakistan a legal right to free education does not exist
and compulsory education is only stated necessary from
ages 5 to 9.
42 percent of all children shun the public school system to
attend private schools and the numbers are not slowing
If it’s 1 out of 2 children that begin school, it’s likely another
1 in 2 drop out before they even complete it in Pakistan.
By 2050, Pakistan will have the 4th largest population in
the world behind, China, India and the USA.
Over a third of all public schools have no boundary wall,
no toilet or drinking water facility on site. One in five
villages has no school at all.
Finance Act 1995-96 to 2002-03
% Of GDP
1995-96 39.610 2.585 42.195 2.00
1996-97 40.536 1.968 42.504 2.62
1997-98 46.100 2.984 49.084 2.34
1998-99 46.979 2.427 49.406 2.40
1999-2000 51.572 2.430 54.002 1.7
2000-2001 54.396 1.966 56.362 1.6
2001-2002 64.975 2.500 67.475 1.9
2002-03 67.270 2.604 69.874 1.7
Better status and pay for teacher
Emphasis must be given on development of analytical
faculties of the students
There’s need for In-Built Monitoring system
Involvement of parents, teachers, and civil society in
planning and management
Improving the quality of teaching-learning process
Strengthening and up gradation of Teacher Training
Politically independent administrations
Clear criteria for student admissions and examinations
Codes of conduct
Clear codes of conduct for school staff are needed to ensure
Theft, misuse of funds and other illegal acts carried out by staff
must be consistently dealt with by the courts to maintain
respect for the rule of law
All constraints in education system in Pakistan require
sincere efforts to resolve administrative and management
problems by the effectiveness of the government of
Pakistan. Pakistan experiences a country of religious
intolerance and much more multi-crisis land. War on terror
since 2001; have revealed the administrative flaws in the
administrative machinery of Pakistan. It is time that the
current Government of Pakistan must tackle education
problem because illiteracy is even threat to democracy.