Abstract: A historical analysis of the womens movement and gender reforms in Pakistan, the study provides an evolutionary perspective on social change and development. Data was collected from PhD dissertations conducted in the years in the Department of Anthropology, QuaidiAzam University, Islamabad.
Secondly, Look towards higher education system in Pakistan, there are hundreds of private and government colleges and universities. These are of different categories, for example universities of engineering and technology, medical science, business, information technology, agriculture, survey and micro technology and other fields of life. The present system of education in Pakistan is the heritage of the Pre Partitioned British India.
However, since independence many policies, plans and reports have been formulated for improving the literacy rate in the country. While, education for all is of great importance as mentioned by many reports and surveys, equality in education for both male and female, for adults and primary education are also extremely important and thus should be included as the main objectives of the education system. The government of Pakistan has realized the importance of Sep 18, 2012 No politician has paid attention in improving the standard of education so far, as far as the question of history of development of education in Pakistan is concerned.
In case of Sindh, in early 1970s, lingual riots took place and a new cancer of copy culture was introduced and boosted up by politicians to prevail among the people. Browse Perspective of Education in Pakistan at Sarhad University of Science and Information Technology Pakistan Jul 11, 2012 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.
We will write a custom essay sample on Education in Pakistan specifically for you with a clear commitment to reform a number of aspects of education system framed within the National Education Policy and ten year perspective development plan to increase educational opportunities for all children, to enhance the Functions of Education: In Perspectives of Pakistan and India 514 International Journal of Social Sciences and Education ISSN: Secondary education in Pakistan begins from grade 9 and lasts for four years.
After end of each of the school years, students are required to pass a national examination administered by a regional Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (or BISE).