Our educational issues and public and private educational institutions.

Our educational issues and public and private educational institutions.

Our governments have failed to provide proper free, compulsory and quality education through public schools. In the past, in response to governments failing to fulfill their basic responsibilities, there have been clear changes in the system of education; for private parents, cheap private schools remained restricted to education, thus increasing the tendency of private schools to meet the growing market demand. No rules for educational standards.

Low-paid and underprivileged staff have been entrusted with the responsibility of teaching at private educational institutions. Where poor government education is being provided, poor and poor education is being given. Due to the fact that there are 451 schools in 7 tehsils of a district Sargodha, which is not officially registered with the prospective education. Who has taken the initiative to monitor the quality of education, facilities and facilities? No one-half-four schools and government departments are unaware of their existence. This is the case of Sargodha, a district in Punjab. Is being educated.

Our governments have instead deliberately shifted the responsibilities of education to private schools rather than acting as the solution to this long-standing problem, but this is not a viable alternative, as it is currently passing, but its impact on the society at large. After decades, the results will come to our attention at the local, national and state levels.

Our governments make inadequate investments in schools, but investment in this sector is considered high. According to the UNESCO, a UN educational, scientific and cultural education agency, Pakistan spends less on education than our recommendations. Experts say Pakistan’s deteriorating educational situation appears to be always inadequate in education in Pakistan. In contrast to the number of children in the IB population and the number of children in the public schools, the delivery of children to schools in the big cities is a very big problem. The number of colleges is less.

In rural areas, there is no public school even for miles, and poor parents cannot send children to a government school because of the distance, because they have to pay a huge cost to send their children to school. The frustrated politicians have no choice but to go to cheap private schools. The teaching style of under-educated and non-qualified teachers in private schools is unplanned and poor.

No systematic effort has been made by any of our government to take any special and practical steps for their children’s compulsory and quality education. The reason is that there are many important problems in the public schools system, in various forms, permanent. There is no limit to advertising and advertising, but the opposite is true. Occurrences occur. One of the many reasons for parents not to send their children to school is that public school teachers force children to attend private tuition centers after school hours, and it is not possible for poor parents to bear the extra costs of tuition.

According to the constitution, providing basic and compulsory education to children from the age of 5 to 16 years is fundamental. Every child has a fundamental right to a meaningful education. The individual social life of the next generations is linked to the education of the children. The government should give special attention to the field of education. Provide appropriate letters of education to the system. Relief from the poor public quotient mafia. Improve the quality of education and uniform curriculum for the poor.

In addition to traditional education, training to develop high-quality and good character traits that include teaching children to live a comfortable life, where children’s hearts are created with great diligence and the new generation is created according to the ever-increasing demands. Education quality and literacy will increase.

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