Volume 14 Issue 2 2018


Kinza Zafar Sheikh
Student, DHA Suffa University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Muhammad Waqas
Lecturer DHA Suffa University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Muhammad Shahid Khan
Assistant Professor, PhD, DHA Suffa University, Karachi, Pakistan.

Abstract This Study is unfolding the challenges that Pakistan's education system has been facing. Education is the key factor when we talk about leadership and development it not only develops the person but also moves the country towards progression in terms of economic, political, and social improving the standards of living. Till now education at every level prepares the person for the next level till it takes the person to tertiary industry, hence there is a close connection with education and development of Pakistan the indicator doesn't reflect very positive results. There is an untrained teaching staff with fluctuating enrollments and low resource facilitation, a dual medium of instruction, a weak examination system, and a government that allocates a low budget towards the education system. Moreover, there is a lack of research which promotes new ways to handle decision and gender disparity is also seen these problems that can't be overlooked, hence this topic is selected as a domain to work on and provide possible suggestions to overcome.
Keywords Literacy rate, Economic Growth, Challenges, Education system, Development
Year 2018
Volume 14
Issue 2
Type Short Report
Recognized by Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, HEC
Category "Y"
Journal Name IBT Journal of Business Studies
Publisher Name ILMA University
Jel Classification H75, G28
ISSN no (E, Electronic) 2409-6520
ISSN no (P, Print) 2416-8393
Country Pakistan
City Karachi
Institution Type University
Journal Type Open Access
Type of Review Double Blind Peer Reviewed
Format PDF
Paper Link
Page 187-197
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