Some empirical evidences about the educational sector of Pakistan; & Some Suggestion for improvement

Tariq Mahmood, Abdul Quddus Suhaib, Idrees Lodhi, Razia Shabana
2016 Scholedge International Journal of Multidisciplinary & Allied Studies ISSN 2394-336X  
<p>In this article, some actual problems regarding the education department of Punjab province are presented. Mostly all of them are observed by the author himself during his duty during Govt. survey for admission policy for gaining hundred percent targets. For this purpose, first survey was done for U.S.E. (Universal primary Education), while second survey was completed for U.S.E. (Universal Secondary Education). In both surveys, after getting complete information about the children regarding
more » ... children regarding their particulars, they knew that how many children are remaining to get education. In this way, targets were set for every school under union councils for admissions in primary and secondary levels. During survey, different problems had to face to whom, who were doing door to door survey of concerned villages in village areas and concerned streets in city areas. Some of children's parents behaved in inhuman behavior about giving particulars of their children. Some of them did not inform about their daughters' particulars. In short, level of education is attached with economic condition of the developing countries.<br /><br /></p>
doi:10.19085/journal.sijmas030601 fatcat:gq7eu6j325haphezj3l6s2rhtu