The education system in Pakistan is in the throes of severe crisis.Our government needs to work hard to improve the education system, so that is why reform education system in Pakistan now before its too late.
A very serious part is that a so called Educated Degree holders are begging for Jobs while on the other side, a local Engineer called “Mistry” who has no degree and is considered as an illiterate earn millions per year and also provide jobs. We need to bring reforms in the education sector in Pakistan as much as we can. With the development in education, Pakistan will automatically be progressing.
Society may be viewed as a system of interrelated mutually dependent parts which cooperate (more or less) to preserve a recognisable whole and to satisfy some purpose or goal. Reform in every sector must be systemic i.e. with well-defined goals, focus on a minimal set of areas such as governance, financing, human resources, and curriculum and address them all together, rather than piecemeal.
Knowledge is power. Information is liberating. Education is the premise of progress, in every society, in every family. ISLAM also tells us about Education and its importance. The real essence of Education according to ISLAM is “to know ALLAH” but i think in our country we truly lost. Corruption causes the educational policies, plans and projects to fail because of being the major contributing factor. There is no accountability and transparency in the system.
Under the chilling pretext of taboo issues, our educational institutions have lost sight of the fact that the endeavor of education. Reform education. Government should implement higher standards for choosing Teachers (i.e: at least M. Phil teachers) to make sure that they are teaching according to some standards. Education should kept aside from the politicians but awareness should must be created regarding politics.
Only quality education in the country can bring real change as we desire. This involves a commitment to society, a sense of belonging and feeling that the social unit is more important than the individual. The persistence of these issues is weakening not only the state but also the cultural values of the centuries-old social fabric — that had used to strengthen relations among diverse communities living in the territory.
Delivering quality education in science, technology and mathematics — STEM —must become a central focus of Pakistan’s education reform. But it is also a fact that these students have to come back to compulsory subjects of Pakistan Studies and Islamiat if they opt for admissions in Pakistani colleges/universities. instead of focusing the evaluation on a three-hour exam, the focus of evaluation should be classroom participation by a student, projects, communication and leadership skills and extra-curricular activities.
Some of the public Universities are excellent but unfortunately the same cannot be said about basic early years schooling, which are now mostly turning into glorified madrassahs. The reforms required in the education system of Pakistan cannot be done by the government alone, public-private participation and a mix of formal as well as non-formal education can pull out majority of countr population from illiteracy.
Getting education is everyone’s basic duty but the problems in Pakistan are people connected to the system until they are straight and the education system will be useless. They focus instead on improving school facilities and school management, in part because these are easier and more visible than raising standards of teaching and learning inside classrooms. Any development or law reforms cant be fruitful if people aren’t ready to adapt change.
Private schools really are setup as a business where they are mostly concerned about the number of A grades per student they churn out and the number of alums that attend prestigious schools abroad while keeping profits high as possible. If you are educated, you are well aware of your rights, the law and your responsibilities towards the society. Durkheim argues that to become attached to society the child must feel in it something that is real, alive and powerful, which dominates the person and to which he also owes the best part of himself.