Sunday, 8 January 2017

Education-Is-True-Path-To-Success

Government has a significant role in securing the proper education of its citizens. Pakistan has seen a number of changes since the 1980s. Recent political changes and the formation of the nation slowly, making it look more and more like Western countries, which embraces the "Americanization." Pakistan quickly lose the social democratic mode. Unfortunately, the so-called economic restructuring currently underway is having a negative impact on Pakistan's school system and its students as well. By analyzing the changes made to the education system in Pakistan, we can track the level of the neoliberal growth in the country. Education privatization means the transfer of taxpayers for public education tax money on luxuries from the government, companies, and / or individuals rather than public schools, colleges and universities. For the people of poor and middle class, to get a free appropriate public education and government educational facilities are the most vital. It must be available.



There is no doubt that the common man creates government. The presence of the government to ensure the protection of the people's will. On the contrary, against our will, almost all of our living costs, including the costs of education and now blatantly rigging against us. A large percentage of our taxes eventually ends in the pockets of politicians. Experience of the past five years proves that our tax dollars do not go our society. Is going into the pockets of billionaires called our leaders - is obscene. And it engineered the ruling elite have a financial coup and have brought war to our doorstep. Launched a war to eliminate the Pakistani middle class and lower. People have been deprived of access to quality education at reasonable prices. Institutes, private and public funding and self very high fees the poor can not afford to charge. Special education or self-financing is not only making our country back because it is not just the rich, who can afford it, but they also have lower-class families and the middle class is also wonderful children and they want to continue to study in good institutions, but financial problems create a lot of stress on them, and students get a lot stress, and sometimes make them so desperate considering suicide and thus who are losing talent? Our leaders, our country!

The state began in the Pakistani education system to change and eventually collapse after in the 1980s. The so-called reforms have dramatically changed the education system in Pakistan, both in economic and educational terms. There are clear signs that the quality education affordable in Pakistan under threat. The education system in Pakistan fell victim to neo-liberal globalization. Neo-liberal educational institutions and are considered more as the exchange of goods and trade body of the institution or the means of social and academic integration of the national sacred.

It is generally accepted that the level of education of each country have a direct relationship with its development. Also has a lot of people to get an education, and the country has more opportunities for growth. So the government has to spend a significant part of its budget to provide a good educational levels of its people. With the help of the government, public institutions should promote access, affordability and achievement in education, including higher education through rein in costs, and provide value to poor families, and preparing students with high quality education to achieve success in their careers. You must provide more hardworking students a fair shot to pursue higher education, because education is not a luxury: it is an economic inevitability that every hard-working and responsible student should be able to afford.

The educational system is the day you put only to meet the demands of the government to meet the neo-liberal agenda. The political leaders are able to get away with these changes. Declining quality of education and students feel the pressure to get the grades and teachers are left to deal with the ambiguity and uncertainty of how to achieve the goals and standards set by the state. This has had negative consequences for the education system in Pakistan, which affect the students, teachers and communities. We did have something educators and government to raise the quality level of the education system in Pakistan.

The bitter truth is corrupt political Nkhbtna do not want ordinary people to get a world-class education. The Government of Pakistan People's Party on a systematic survey of the achievements of the Supreme Commission for Elections and destroy it in terms of absolute value. The poor are the most marginalized post-marketing education. Our children want education but fail to deal in universities because everything is out of reach of the middle and lower middle class students. Pakistan needs highly educated people to deal with the growing political dynamics that prevail - we should not look at the decision-making possibilities of outsourcing to external forces because we simply do not have enough intellectuals to st

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