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Critical Analysis of Multidimensional Education Systems in Pakistan

Introduction

  1. Essential for prosperity and stability
  2. Make vision
  3. Infuse objectivity
  4. Establish national integration

Multidimensional Education Systems in Pakistan: Government, Private and Madarsa as Strengths of Private Education System

  1. Higher Student to Faculty Ratio
  2. Higher Salary Attracts more Competent Educators
  3. Higher Collaboration with Private Corporations
  4. Flexible and Expansive Work Hours
  5. More Competition Amongst Private Institutions
  6. More focus on extra-curricular activities
  7. Higher Quality of Research

Weaknesses Private Education System

  1. Range of students that can benefit is low
  2. Varying Examination systems : Ed-excel , Cambridge, London Board
  3. Paucity of institutes in rural areas

Strengths of Public Education Systems

  1. Responsibility of government under constitution
  2. Schools even in rural areas
  3. Affordable education
  4. More need based scholarships

Weaknesses Public Education Systems

  1. Apathetical role of government
  2. Burgeoning population results in
  3. Lack of resources
  4. Ineffective educational infrastructure
  5. Variations in Curriculum
  6. Examination system non reliable

Strengthsof Madrassa System

  1. Numerous institutes spread across the country
  2. Free education
  3. Provision of food as well as accommodation
  4. Religious learning

Weaknesses Madrassa System

  1. No regulation of curriculum
  2. Basic level education with a narrow focus
  3. Different Madrassa propagate different ideologies
  4. Deprived from modern education
  5. No defined career path

Suggestions to Reform Education System in Pakistan

  1. Uniform system of examination
  2. Fixing a minimum salary standard for teachers
  3. Setting a limit on Fees the Private Institutes can charge
  4. Strengthening education councils
  5. Registering madrassas
  6. Modern education system for madrassa students

Conclusion

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