Add Reply Introduction It is mandated in the Constitution of Pakistan to provide free and compulsory education to all children between the ages of years and enhance adult literacy. With the 18th constitutional amendment the concurrent list which comprised of 47 subjects was abolished and these subjects, including education, were transferred to federating units as a move towards provincial autonomy. The year is important in the context that it marks the deadline for the participants of Dakar declaration Education For All [EFA] commitment including Pakistan.
Today education of good quality is only accessible to the elite class.
It is because of the private sector has overwhelmingly dominated. Public sector education is of low quality due to lack of accountability, small budget and less number of educational institutions. Peripheral areas are totally ignored in education.
Lack of qualified and trained staff is also a reason for poor education system. A little qualified people who come out of this system are never encouraged.
That is why people always look abroad for proper education and good life. Most important problem with our educational system is lack of a single, uniform and proper educational system.
We do not have a workable education system. There are mainly two types of education system in our country, one for common people and one for elite class.
The education system for common people is divided into primary level, middle, secondary ,higher secondary and university level. Then there is second education system specially designed for an elite class. That is A-level and O-level education system and then there are many sources available for elite class to go abroad for higher education.
There is a vast difference between the quality of these two different forms of educational system. The elite class education system is better then the other one. Obviously elite is the minor proportion of population, thus overall system is poor for education. Similarly as the government has failed to improve public sector education that is why the private sector has over dominated the education system of Pakistan.
Today all parents want to send there children to a private school, for example beacon house school system is o much successful in Pakistan for maintaining quality of education.
The only problem with this education system is their fee and curriculum. High fee makes this education out of reach of common people and only elite can afford such education. The reason is their strong hold on the fee and curriculum of private sector that is why the private sector s workable in these countries.
Another problem with our education system is the allocation of low funds for education in our country. In the fiscal budget of which was 2. Government of Pakistan allocates 1. It Is not ten only problem with funds there is another problem which is bad management of these low funds given for education.
It is a dilemma that most of the fund is wasted in this way by spending most of the fund on repairing the buildings and forming useless buildings. It is education which needs to be improved not the infrastructure. One more problem with the finance for education is lack of accountability.
There is no check and balance and no gatekeepers for the whole management of the funds for education.
The old traditional system of distribution of funds for different universities still exists as it was sixty years ago. According to the director of Teaching Development Centre DCit is not the low budget which is the main problem,the real problem is the lack of accountability.
Corruption has engulfed this department of government as it has others.A Critical Analysis of Education System Of Pakistan Currently the education system of Pakistan is flaw full.
Today education of good quality is only accessible to the elite class. It is because of the private sector has overwhelmingly dominated. A critical analysis of education system in Pakistan Education is a systematic process of establishing the pillar of society. It brings up an empty mind with discourse tongue of awareness.
The literal meaning of education and supplementary definition particularly on the . The clear-cut areas should be carved out for each of the layer of the education system The education policy plans to reduce the private-public divide..
The education policy provides for wider access to education. Title: Critical Analysis of Education Systems in Pakistan. 1. Introduction: a. Essential for prosperity and stability b.
Make vision c. Infuse objectivity d.
Establish national integration. 2. Multidimensional Education Systems in Pakistan (Government, Private and Madarsaas) 3. Private Education Systems: a.
Strengths i. Higher Student to Faculty Ratio ii. An Analysis of Parallel Education Systems in Pakistan, and the Challenges They Pose in Education Research. Education system in Pakistan is complex. Unlike most of the other education systems in the world which can easily be divided on the basis of urban and rural, or public and private; Pakistan also has parallel education systems with their.
Critical Thinking Critical Analysis On Education System of Pakistan Contents Introduction Educational System Pros and Cons Critical analysis Diversity in forms of Education Basic Structure Literacy Rate Economic Issues Solutions Introduction We will be critically analyzing the: Basic structure of education system of Pakistan.