Problems associated with educational system in Pakistan

The dubious educational system is among a number of problems that Individuals and groups face on daily basis in Pakistan. Despite huge educational expenditures and budgets allocated by the Governments, the double standards are still there. This has been one of the reasons that the true talent never gets an opportunity to prove them.

While entering the practical life one of the most horrendous discrimination that is made in employment sectors, is that individuals with better command over English language are given priority on those who cannot speak this language in a fluent way. Some times this kind of altitude adopted by Organizations gives an impression that the required merit is not dependent on marks and distinctions but rather a command over this language.

One can not underestimate or denounced the importance of English language but it is absolutely discrimination, if your qualification is ignored and merely a speaking power is given more importance.


15 thoughts on “Problems associated with educational system in Pakistan”

  1. u all said right.but the thing is thah its the responsiblity all of us to work for the devolepment of education in our country

  2. i think the point discussed is so true… coz usually we all get to witness this..
    n we can do alot of thing instead of just sitting around n watch…power lies with in us…
    it is our strong determination and will power which makes us to do great things and which
    makes it possible for us to bring change … my dear young fellows please change your
    thinking and make your will power strong .. bring the change for your self…..
    IF U DON’T LIKE THE RULES, DON’T BREAK THEM,JUST FOLLOW THE RULES, REACH
    THE TOP, AND THEN CHANGE THE RULES ACCORDING TO YOUR OWN SELF…
    always think positive…

  3. yes sir you are absolutely right.along with this education has now become the field for earning lots of money…system is not sincere..hence teachers are not sincere too…cuz they think that earning money is everything inspite of seling educaion.

  4. dear sir,
    you have made a valid point about English language phobia but it all depends upon the kind of assignment one is expected to handle for the particular job. Surely the jobs which require a quiet worker doing a research work, checking the enventories or manufacturing goods etc, communication skills matter the least. For all other tasks,however one’s proficiency in English means a lot. Further more we very well know that a result oriented individual once reaches a master degree in any discipline other than Urdu or other vernacs, is supposed to acquire a reasonable command over the language. If he/she is not then I am afraid the “A” grader is a rote learner, the one who possesses a degree without an ability.
    thanks

  5. yes you all are right but we an do nothing to sit and watch what is going because we are not so powerfull at all…………….thanks you every one for your opnion………<3

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