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This is my personal experience that the quality of education is based only on the mentoring.if the command is weak then the staff will not at all pay attention on the education.there can be no quality of education if the teacher is not attending to the class on is the duty of the head mistress to overlook the progress report every month.the head of the institution can set an example for the other staff members by coming on time.and they will be motivated and will perform well. Discipline is the key to the success of an institution and is compulsory for quality education.society can only achieve its actual position if the women of that society is well educated woman can make a complete society.

The efforts on finance attempts to:
i) develop a sound financing plan, based on the financial requirements and available resources to meet EFA targets in the country;
ii) accurately estimate the financial resources gap, and serve as a credible instrument to indicate the magnitude of assistance required from external development partners’ iii) understand the financial management procedure prevalent in the country (under a devolved set up, if any);

iv) capture the essence of public private partnerships in vogue and its financial implications /benefits through case studies; and
v) recommend a set of suggestions to improve education finance – related to financial management procedures,. collaboration between various government departments, coordination with private sector / NGOs and civil society and effectiveness of donor assistance.

The Government of Pakistan recognizes education as one of the fundamental rights of a citizen as well as extends its commitment to provide access to education to every citizen. According to the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the State is responsible, “to provide basic necessities of life, such as, food, clothing, housing, education and medical relief, for all citizens, irrespective of sex, caste, creed or race, [38 (d)] … to remove illiteracy and provide free and compulsory secondary education within minimum possible period.”


Comparison of data for men and women reveals significant disparity in educational attainment. By 1992, among people older than fifteen years of age, 22 percent of women were literate, compared with 49 percent of men. The comparatively slow rate of improvement for women is reflected in the fact that between 1980 and 1989, among women aged fifteen to twenty-four, 25 percent were literate. United Nations sources say that in 1990 for every 100 girls of primary school age there were only thirty in school; among girls of secondary school age, only thirteen out of 100 were in school; and among girls of the third level, grades nine and ten, only 1.5 out of 100 were in school. Slightly higher estimates by the National Education Council for 1990 stated that 2.5 percent of students--3 percent of men and 2 percent of women- -between the ages of seventeen and twenty-one were enrolled at the degree level. Among all people over twenty-five in 1992, women averaged a mere 0.7 year of schooling compared with an average of 2.9 years for men.

The discrepancy between rural and urban areas is even more marked. In 1981 only 7 percent of women in rural areas were literate, compared with 35 percent in urban areas. Among men, these rates were 27 and 57 percent, respectively. Pakistan's low female literacy rates are particularly confounding because these rates are analogous to those of some of the poorest countries in the world.

Pakistan has never had a systematic, nationally coordinated effort to improve female primary education, despite its poor standing. It was once assumed that the reasons behind low female school enrollments were cultural, but research conducted by the Ministry for Women's Development and a number of international donor agencies in the 1980s revealed that danger to a woman's honor was parents' most crucial concern. Indeed, reluctance to accept schooling for women turned to enthusiasm when parents in rural Punjab and rural Balochistan could be guaranteed their daughters' safety and, hence, their honor.

Public and private partnership:

I heartly appreciate the PCE role for promiting the efforts of making the public and private sectors towards the education of girls. We would like to work with you on this great cause May ALLAH give you success with flying colours on this act of kindness towards the society.

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