Role Of Education In Pakistan

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1.1 Status of School Education
“Education is a great engine of national development, social development, intellectual development, cultural development, economic development, and individual development” states Ravitch (2005) in Symposium on “Issues in Higher Education in Pakistan” United Nations, New York.
Viewed in the global perspective, Pakistan has not been able to enjoy an ideal and impressive literacy rate since independence. Somehow, School education, in Pakistan has been in the clutches of a number of problems since introduction. There are problems of quality and quantity. There are problems of teachers and the taught. There are problems of the course outline and teaching methodologies and aids. The status of education though raising
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1.4 Federal Government Educational institutions (FGEI C/G)
Like every other country of the globe, Pakistan has its own education system. Federal Government Educational institutions (FGEI C/G) is comprised of 11 Regions in pakistan , 4 regions will be selected from 11 regions by adopting simple random sampling technique . From each region 6 public schools (Federal public Schools) and 1 private school (army public school) will be the part of the study as sample.
Its main aim is to provide purposeful and quality education to the wards of Armed Forces personnel as well as of civilians, residing in cantonments/garrisons throughout the country by nurturing fine citizens' skills among the students and providing the healthy educational environment, so as to make them useful members of the society.

1.5 Role of IBCC (Inter Board committee of Chairmen
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It is a stage that develops and shapes the future of the students. It is in the center of Education system as before it is school education and after it is the university education. According to Leaping Forward a report on Higher Education in Pakistan (2006), “The education sector, especially the higher education has been very much neglected in Pakistan since its independence in 1947. The quality of secondary education, especially in Schools is far below standards in developed countries. It is mostly through a School/colleges/university education that young citizens learn and acquire these skills. Unfortunately, this sector has been among the most neglected in Pakistan since its independence in 1947 and is among the weakest in the modern nations” (Pathak,
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