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An Comparative Discussion on the Education Policy of Bangladesh and Pakistan, Focus on Women Education

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The National education policy of Bangladesh and Pakistan
(A comparative analysis over the issue of female education)

Introduction

God has created both man and woman who have similar contribution in building the civilization. He has bestowed them with same qualities. So both man and woman should get the similar treatment from the society. The Holistic development Of a nation much depends on the equal contribution of both men and women. Regarding to this education is the backbone of a nation. Napoleon once said: “Give me an educated mother; in return I will give you an educated nation” Explaining how vital a role is played by education in the prosperity of a nation. There is no alternative to education in the development of a strong nation. Education is the light that removes the darkness of ignorance. It is a mental and moral training that makes a man a complete citizen. It teaches a man to choose the right thing in life. It also helps man to become aware of his duties and responsibilities. Female education means the education of the girls. Women constitute half of the total population of our country. Without the proper development of the women, no progress of our country is possible. So to develop the condition of the girls, the necessity of education needs no telling. An educated mother can make an educated child and an educated nation. At present women play significant role in our society. Though they have to do household chores, they are coming out of the boundaries of their houses. They are now being engaged in various professions and earning money. Thus they are contributing to family income as well as to the economic growth of the country. In relation to this different countries emphasize female education in their national education policy. Bangladesh and Pakistan both are the leading Muslim democratic countries in south Asia. Historically both shares some common ideology and cultural and religious values. In fulfillment to the commitment to the...

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