• An Comparative Discussion on the Education Policy of Bangladesh and Pakistan, Focus on Women Education
    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...
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  • Female Education
    and the best educational system is that which gives equal opportunities of getting education to all its members. Female literacy plays a very significant and crucial role in the development of nation especially in the economic development of a country. But Female Education in Pakistan, its status and...
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  • Technical and Vocational Education for Male
    SDPI Research and News Bulletin Vol. 17, No. 2, April — June 2010 [pic]Home[pic]Archives     Technical & Vocational Education & Training for Females in Pakistan Muhammad Azhar azhar@sdpi.org Females in Pakistan tend to be less visible with respect to their enrolment in education...
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  • Affirmative Action in Pakistan
    ; whereas the bread earners of the family, usually the men, need to get education in order to sustain the family. The argument can be negated by the report of 2007, where Pakistan Medical and Dental Council registered 2608 female doctors and 2158 male doctors (PMDC). This ratio clearly shows the high...
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  • Data of Pakistan
    transport with private participation (US dollar) in Pakistan ISO certification ownership (% of firms) in Pakistan Labor force; female (% of total labor force) in Pakistan Labor force; total in Pakistan Labor force with primary education; female (% of female labor force) in Pakistan 26 29 6 0 0 0 43...
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  • Female Education and Adult Literacy-Bridging the Connections
    FEMALE EDUCATION AND ADULT LITERACY-BRIDGING THE CONNECTIONS Pakistan has been struggling in the field of education since its creation. Low literacy rate and poor quality of education are the major drawbacks of the educational system in Pakistan (Farah, 2007; Latif, 2009). Especially, girls...
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  • aaho
    spread in the rural Areas as compared to urban areas of Pakistan. Gender inequality is a universal phenomena but its form varies across countries. Since female literacy is important for poverty alleviation, female education can be increased with the help of private education sector. Increase the public...
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  • My Research Paper's Introduction
    Name: Saba Hamid Introduction Education is an essential ingredient to eradicate so many social and economic evils. Females constitute about 50 per cent of our population, if they remain economically inactive and do not contribute to the GDP of Pakistan, it will slacken the economic development...
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  • Community Attitude Towards Female Education
    reason is deficiency in women education. KPK is the province with specific norms and taboos. Its population is about 14% of the total 135 million population of Pakistan. Females cover 50% of the population. Though women are respected high but actually they are not given the due right. Moreover, they...
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  • Illiteracy
    females. These, interalia, include: lack of awareness regarding importance of education and literacy; lack of access to schools and literacy centers; social taboos and customs etc. etc. 2. Pakistan’s Illiterates: The illiterates of Pakistan, their characteristics and reasons/factors responsible...
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  • Crisis of Women’s Education in Pakistan
    . Early marriages and social pressures have led women stay back from men. People think that educating women is a waste of money and time. The educational status of women in Pakistan is unacceptably low, in fact, amongst the lowest in the world. Female education in Pakistan has never flourish; because...
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  • Gender Inequality Among Youth Employment in Pakistan
    education in Pakistan is prevalent with Gender Parity Index in Primary Education stagnating to around 0.84 for the past couple of years, and low female literacy rate of 45 as compared to male of 69 in 2008-09. With slight improvement in female education, gender gap in the youth labor market in Pakistan has...
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  • My Name Is Junaid
    to female teachers. With less number of females attaining education, lesser teachers become available. Moreover, in Pakistan girls normally get permission to study only from female teachers who are lesser in number and thus, this cycle continues to strengthen the barriers of education for women and...
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  • Women Education in Pakistan
    , enrollment ratio, ratio of literate female to male have positive and significant impact on economic growth.(11) Chaudhry (2007) investigated the impact of gender inequality in education on economic growth in Pakistan. The secondary source of time series data drawn from various issues has been used. In his...
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  • Education Pakistan
    Pakistan Economy [pic] Education in Pakistan Term Paper by Maham Mustafa Bhatty Submitted to Dr. Saeed Ahmad SSS – Economics Dept. Education in Pakistan Introduction Education is an essential part of a common man’s life. And in this era of technology, advancement and...
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  • educational statistics
    decreased by 64%. The gender disparity has decreased comparatively rapidly at secondary school. The gender disparity is affected by the Taliban enforcement of a complete ban on female education in the Swat district, as reported in a January 21, 2009 issue of the Pakistan daily newspaper The News. Some...
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  • Human Capital and Economic Development
    gender gap in education in Pakistan suggests that the country has foregone a great opportunity by not capitalizing on the large rates of return of female schooling on economic productivity. In a study of estimates of wage relations for males and females separately over several time periods using...
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  • Israr Ali
    care .Because they have knowledge that how can I take care of my children. But in our society female have very good life in home. Our wife is set in home and their husband doing work. 92 % of housewives are illiterate and they depend on their husband’s income (1). In Pakistan education is not so...
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  • Pakistan
    child towards itself. The supply of female teachers is important toencourage the female education considering the cultural norms.Sabina Qureshi(2003/2004) in her study discusses issues related to genderand factors affecting literacy in Pakistan. The education sector in Pakistanhas suffered from...
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  • Status of Women in Pakistan
    are total 46 public colleges out of which 26 are female colleges and if we talk about the rest of 20 colleges some of them are offer co-education. Similarly the public universities of Pakistan has female enrolment more than boys. UNESCO and the Orascom subsidiary of Pakistan telco, Mobilink have...
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