According to 2013 budget, 57.4billions rupees are allocated on Education
sector for the development of this sector which shows below.
Rs18.4 billion allocated for Public Sector Development Program (PSDP).It
includes the scholarship program for 6249 students during 2013 to
2014. Improvement in facilities & developing of infrastructure of current
education institutes and establish new institutes for primary & higher
education institutes includes in it.
The PSDP carries Rs370 million for the establishment of women university in
Multan and Rs700 million for the construction of new campus of Jalozai
Khyber Pukhtunkhwa University of Engineering and Technology (UET) in
Rs 300 million have been allocated for new program which is Youth Laptop
Scheme. It is for Islamabad Capital Territory, Azad Jammu Kashmir, Gilgit
Baltistan and Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA).
. A handsome scholarship amount has also been allocated for Master of
Philosophy (MPhil) and Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) students wishing to study
outside Pakistan. Its actual amount is not mentioned in the report.
Rs1.4 billion for the Overseas Scholarship Scheme (OSS) for Master of
Science (MS) and MPhil students pursuing PhD degrees in selected fields.
Rs550 million has been earmarked for the revised PhD fellowship
program. Rs739 million has also been allocated for indigenous PhD
Rs740 million has been allocated for Human Resource Development
Initiative-MS leading to PhD Program of Faculty Development for
For the FATA students, Rs250 million has been allocated. Planning
Commission has also approved. Rs650 million for strengthening the
University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore and proposed Rs116
million for 1,000 Cuban Scholarships.
The commission also proposed Rs130 million for Pakistani university
students enrolled in agriculture and business administration study
Targets of Federal Government:
Increase the enrolment of students in primary &
Facilitate the students of institutes through PSD
Encourage the high grades students through
Scholarship is specially for such students who live in
Tribal areas like fata, Baluchistan and Gilgit Baltistan.
Establish new department in university of Engineering
Establish Universities in Baluchistan and KPK.
Rs.40.596 billion allocated for education sector.
Rs. 3,000.000 millions is for Danish School.
Rs. 7,500.000 millions is for Punjab Education
Rs. 2,000.000 millions is for Punjab Education
Rs. 500.000 millions is for Punjab Technology
Rs. 1,500.000 millions is for Youth Internship
Rs.40.596 billion allocated for education sector.
Provide low cost primary education for poor
people through Danish school system.
Provide scholarship for high grades students.
Development of Punjab Technology University
& other institutes.
Provide internship program for
7,288,397,792Rs amount is allocated for Elementary and Secondary Education.
Actual amount is 3,726,535,569Rs which spent on Elementary and Secondary
Education. 5,184,279,000Rs is allocated for higher education. Spend amount is
3,338,358,248Rs on higher education.
Rs.1 billion had been allocated for the Rokhana Pakhtunkhwa
program in the budget. According to this program, government
bears the expenditures of student who already enrolled in
primary and secondary private schools of those areas where
government institutes are not available.
118,333,000Rs is allocated for establishing Libraries.
5,000,000Rs is for new boys and girls colleges.
13,000,000 Rs is for the construction of new departments and
examination hall in government colleges and universities.
Facilitate the students of private schools
where government institutes are not
Establish new colleges and universities in
those areas where they are not available.
Establish libraries in colleges and universities.
Development of college and universities
Rs617 billion has been allocated for education sector which
is 21 % of total budget.
An amount of Rs118.7 billion has been allocated for the
development of education departments.
Rs2.2 billion is for the Sindh Education Foundation as a grant.
This organization encourages/helps to those entrepreneurs who
want to built Schools, Colleges and University. Such institutes are
Rs500 million is allocated a computerized education
Rs1.25 billion is one school in each district which would offer
Cambridge International Examinations O’ and A’ level programs.
Development of education departments.
Establish semi government educational
Improve the education management system.
Provide high standard secondary education in
The budget of Baluchistan is Rs 198.395 billion
including 23.22 percent for education in the
province. The allocated amount of 43.913 and
154.482 billion rupees are for development and
non development budgets respectively.
Note: Description & targets is not available anywhere.
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41% people live below the poverty line. So Such people can`t afford
education expenditure. 44% boys & 68% girls can`t get primary
Low qualified faculty
Many teachers are those who can`t get job in the market according to
their field. they become teacher on reference based
Unavailability Standard Institutes for Primary, Secondary & Higher
Education in Rural Areas
Provide transport facilities in schools
Establish independent HR department which
hire teachers. It also hire such teacher
according to his/her specialized subjects.
Improve local education courses which is
equal to O level & A level.
Introduce such program which help to poor
people who can`t afford education
Pay 2000rs to every Children who work to
maintain their home budget if they start to
get primary & secondary education.
Built standard institutes for primary,
secondary & higher education in Rural areas
on emergency bases
Remove tax on the land which is used for
Private & Government education Institutes.
Subsidized utility bills for Private &
Government education institutes.