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2010 Dec, Education to Pakistan

2010 Dec, Education to Pakistan

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Publisher Austrade
Date of Report Dec 1, 2010
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"Education remains inequitably distributed among various income groups and regions in the country. Literacy and participation rates are below those in other South Asian countries with similar level of economic development and educational institutions lack physical facilities. The target of minimum essential requirement of competencies for quality education has not yet been achieved.
The education system of Pakistan is facing some serious problems:
 It is lacking adequate funds for proper infrastructure development.
 There are many parallel education systems existing in Pakistan which foment discrimination and create disparities among the people.
 There is lack of creative and practical education that could provide fuel for research and innovation in the society.
 The education system is unable to meet personality needs of students that encourage them to participate in the community and become functioning members of society.
 Faculty lacks proper training and shows negligence towards its duties. It is unable to provide a role model for the students.
The Federal Ministry of Education in Islamabad has overall responsibility for education in the country. The provincial education departments are responsible for duties such as curriculum development, teacher training and, in collaboration with local universities, for examination and certification.
There are approximately over 150 colleges and universities based in the major cities of Pakistan. The demand for places exceeds their availability. While the private sector has had some impact in soaking up the excess demand for places, there are a significant number of people for whom studying abroad is the preferred option for reasons mentioned above but also to compete in the job market as well."
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