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Technical Education

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(How can we develop technical skill in our young men?)
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1 Introduction
2 Advantages and Importance
3 Limitations
4 Condition in Pakistan

According to human needs, education can be divided into three parts: Social or Political education; Spiritual education; Vocational or Technical education. Education that teaches us how to live in a society is called Social or Political education. Education that develops our personality and character may be termed as Spiritual education. Then, education that teaches us how to earn a living is named as Vocational education. Technical education is a branch of Vocational education. By Technical education we mean education dealing with some practical or mechanical art. Technical education includes training in trade, commerce, carpentry, weaving, agriculture, medicine and engineering. Its aim is to provide instruction and training in skills that have a practical utility. It helps us to meet the needs of the industrial age.

Technical education is very important in the modern age. America, France, Russia and China are rich, prosperous and resourceful because of their progress in technical education. It produces engineers, builders, doctors and mechanics who are very useful in an industrial society. It is the only answer to the problems of our expanding economy. It produces doers and workers. These workers make a real and important contribution to the welfare of society. We are able to increase the material resources of our country through Technical education. It promotes the material prosperity and economic advancement. It has a great educational value also as it imparts dexterity, quickness, attention to detail, habit of neatness and order. People begin to have faith in the Dignity of labour. We can save a lot of foreign exchange, if we have our own technical experts....