EDUCATION ATTAINMENT IN
PAKISTAN
Done by:
M.Mohsin Shahzad
From: Lahore, Pakistan
Introduction
 Education attainment
 Varies from country to country
 In Pakistan
Education attainment in Pakistan
Three types of
education
systems
Stale syllabi
Low quality of
education
Not so good
infra...
Hurdles in attainment of education
 Money problems
 Gender discrimination
 Lack of resources
 Customs and traditional ...
Survey
 Sample size = 30
 Respondents
 Sampling method = Random sampling
Profile of Respondents
 EXCEL SHEET
Analysis
 1st regression:
• Low p-value
• Low standard error
• Direct relation with high fee
• Direct relation with low f...
 2nd regression:
• Low p-value
• Low standard error
• Direct relation with syllabi satisfaction
• Direct relation with in...
Graphical Summary
0
2
4
6
8
10
12
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10
Richest
Middle
Poorest
Appendices
 Summary
Multiple Regression Analysis
------------------------------------------------------------------------...
Multiple Regression Analysis
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Dependent varia...
Questionnaires
 Questionnaires
References
 Internet
• Google
• Jstor
• Scribd
• Scirus
 Newspapers e.g. Dawn
 Television
 BOOKS AND ARTICLES
 CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF FEMALE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT IN
RURAL JHANG, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN by
Naimatul...
Limitations
 Small survey size i.e. 30
 False information by respondents
 Lack of practice and professionalism
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Education attainment in pakistan

  1. 1. EDUCATION ATTAINMENT IN PAKISTAN Done by: M.Mohsin Shahzad From: Lahore, Pakistan
  2. 2. Introduction  Education attainment  Varies from country to country  In Pakistan
  3. 3. Education attainment in Pakistan Three types of education systems Stale syllabi Low quality of education Not so good infrastructure Low literacy rate
  4. 4. Hurdles in attainment of education  Money problems  Gender discrimination  Lack of resources  Customs and traditional ties
  5. 5. Survey  Sample size = 30  Respondents  Sampling method = Random sampling
  6. 6. Profile of Respondents  EXCEL SHEET
  7. 7. Analysis  1st regression: • Low p-value • Low standard error • Direct relation with high fee • Direct relation with low fee • Indirect relation with one education system
  8. 8.  2nd regression: • Low p-value • Low standard error • Direct relation with syllabi satisfaction • Direct relation with infrastructure satisfaction
  9. 9. Graphical Summary 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Richest Middle Poorest
  10. 10. Appendices  Summary Multiple Regression Analysis ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dependent variable: Years of education ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Standard T Parameter Estimate Error Statistic P-Value ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONSTANT 0.492973 1.11822 0.440855 0.6630 High fee and high 0.298271 0.225867 1.32056 0.1982 Low fee and low q 0.32955 0.174876 1.88448 0.0707 One education sys -0.618618 0.471134 -1.31304 0.2006 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analysis of Variance ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source Sum of Squares D.f Mean Square F-Ratio P-Value ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Model 3.77081 3 1.25694 1.67 0.1984 Residual 19.5959 26 0.753687 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total (Corr.) 23.3667 29 R-squared = 16.1376 percent R-squared (adjusted for D.f.) = 6.46112 percent Standard Error of Est. = 0.868151 Mean absolute error = 0.66842 Durbin-Watson statistic = 1.67025
  11. 11. Multiple Regression Analysis ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dependent variable: Education system in Pakistan ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Standard T Parameter Estimate Error Statistic P-Value ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- CONSTANT 1.56814 0.464964 3.3726 0.0023 Syllabi satisfaction 0.365963 0.156581 2.33721 0.0271 Infrastructure -0.000639795 0.168838 -0.00378939 0.9970 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Analysis ofVariance ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Source Sum of Squares D.f Mean Square F-Ratio P-Value ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Model 2.38906 2 1.19453 3.59 0.0414 Residual 8.97761 27 0.332504 ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- Total (Corr.) 11.3667 29 R-squared = 21.0181 percent R-squared (adjusted for D.f) = 15.1676 percent Standard Error of Est. = 0.576632 Mean absolute error = 0.48006 Durbin-Watson statistic = 1.77859
  12. 12. Questionnaires  Questionnaires
  13. 13. References  Internet • Google • Jstor • Scribd • Scirus  Newspapers e.g. Dawn  Television
  14. 14.  BOOKS AND ARTICLES  CULTURAL DETERMINANTS OF FEMALE EDUCATIONAL ATTAINMENT IN RURAL JHANG, PUNJAB, PAKISTAN by Naimatullah Hashmi, Muhammad Iqbal Zafar* and Munir Ahmad** Department of Statistics, GC University, Faisalabad *Department of Rural Sociology, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad **Department of Agri. Extension, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad  The Impact of Gender Inequality in Education on Rural Poverty in Pakistan: An Empirical Analysis by Imran Sharif Chaudhry Associate professor, Department of Economics Bahauddin Zakariya University  International Data on Educational Attainment (Updates and Implications) by Robert J. Barro Economics Department, Harvard University and Jong-Wha Lee Economics Department, Korea University August 2000
  15. 15. Limitations  Small survey size i.e. 30  False information by respondents  Lack of practice and professionalism

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