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60 Free Essays on Co Education In Pakistan

  1. Coeducation

    economical and the other sociological. In the first place, they say that co-education is an economical measure in a poor country like Pakistan. It is not possible to maintain separate colleges for boys and girls. Especially in vocational colleges a lot of money is required to equip the libraries...

  2. The Main Reasons of Declining Educational Standards

    Full Length Research Paper The main reasons of declining educational standards at secondary level in Karachi, Pakistan Waqar-un-Nisa Faizi*, Anila Fatima Shakil and Farida Azim Lodhi Department of Education, Jinnah University for Women Karachi, Pakistan. Accepted 24 November, 2010 The cause...

  3. Community Attitude Towards Female Education

    presence of an Imam as a co-teacher addresses the safety needs of girls. In Bangladesh, Kenya, Mali, and Pakistan, the Governments have supported the accreditation of these schools by introducing primary school curricula and trained teachers to supplement the religious education (Rashid, 2010...

  4. Education and Economic growth

    between average schooling years and inequality in educational opportunities. Afzal (2007) Pakistan, presented a study designed to investigate short-run and long-run linkage between school education and economic growth in Pakistan using annual time series data for the period 1970-71 to 2008-09.Co...

  5. Demotivation

    Against Co-Education Co-education is a system of education in which both boys and girls attend the same institution or classes. It is an evident feature of the new era and was not practiced in early ages. This co-education is common in many Western and European countries. However, this system...

  6. History Muslim League

    story Muhammad Ali Jinnah: Leader of Muslim League Jinnah was a Muslim, lawyer, statesman and more importantly the founder of Pakistan. He was born in 1876 and is known as Quaid-e-Azam. Jinnah ac- quired his education from Sindh Madrasa and went to Karachi's Mission School. He went to England to...

  7. The Problems Faced by Female Teachers

    discussion of related literature. This discussion has been divided into following sections. d) Meaning of education. e) Secondary education. f) Role of secondary education. g) Secondary education in Pakistan. h) Co education. a) Advantages of co-education. b) Disadvantages of co-education...

  8. Syed Ahmed Khan (1817-1898)

    Aligarh to promote political co-operation with the British and Muslim participation in the government. Syed Ahmed Khan was knighted by the British government in 1888 and in the following year he received an LL.D. Two Nation Theory Two-Nation theory is the basis of creation of today’s Pakistan...

  9. Role of Pakistan in Saarc

    through a regional framework in the name of a regional organisation like SAARC. This helped to moderate Pakistan's views on co-operation with India and other member countries and a section of the intelligentsia there has been able to appreciate this interaction Social Issues Pakistan considers...

  10. Ict as an Enabler of Socioeconomic Development

    ), Pakistan National Telecommunication Telecommunications Directorate Software Education Corporation Corporation (www.eExport (www.ntc.gov.pk),e-Government government.gov.pk), Board(www.pseb.org.pk), Pakistan [5] Data from Pakistan Software Export Board www.pseb.org.pk ...

  11. The Defining Force of Life

    First introduced in a poem by Mohammed Iqbal, the idea of Pakistan would become the defining force in the life of Mohammed Ali Jinnah. Likewise, Mohammed Ali Jinnah would become the defining force in the creation of, and early life of the nation of Pakistan. Jinnah was born on Christmas day of...

  12. The Future of Pakistan

    case is the key to hope. In short we contaminated Pakistan. But there is still hope, hope in promoting education among the youth. The Irish playwright and co-founder of the London school of economics, George Bernard Shaw, once said: “what we want is to see the child in pursuit of knowledge, and...

  13. Tanveer

    , Ministry of Education, Pakistan | | |1988 |Awarded M.Phil Degree in Chemistry by the Institute of Chemistry, University of the Punjab – Lahore – | | | |Pakistan...

  14. Aqsa

    beliefs which are inconsistent with mainstream Islam. This is believed to flourish especially in Pakistan where inadequate funding of state education has allowed unregulated madras religious education to take hold. The sense of political impotence created by inadequate democracy and corrupt...

  15. Terrorism in Pakistan

    . This problem of terrorism cant be solved only by providing job opportunities and education..its not simply a terrorism its a gr8 game,conspiracy against muslims especially against Pakistan..the only solution is BE united,dont get mislead by others,dont let the enemy win and everybody knows who...

  16. Education

    02 Education in Pakistan 03 Primary Education in Pakistan 04 Higher Education in Pakistan 06...

  17. Pakistan Foreign Policy

    Strategic Dialogue was held on 21-22 September 2008 in Washington. The session was co-chaired by the Foreign Minister Mr. Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi from the Pakistan side and Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte from the U.S. side. The two sides emphasized the need for accelerating the...

  18. Status of Women in Pakistan

    better status than most Muslim women. Women in Pakistan have progressed in various fields of life such as politics, education, economy, services, health and many more. However, on an average, the women's situation vis-à-vis men is one of systemic gender subordination, although there have been attempts...

  19. co education

    Co-education: a big No! Co-education is the education system where both of the sexes, males and females, study together at one place; a school college or a university. Co-education has its own disadvantages especially in an Islamic State like Pakistan, where people have a very conservative...

  20. Three Cups of Tea: Responsive Literay Essay

    the regions, dodging smugglers, skipping through landmines, gutted ruins, and bullets flying through the air. War was in Afghanistan and Pakistan and innocent people were dying; this only heightened Greg’s urgency and solidified his belief that peace lay in education. The ordering of several...

  21. aaho

    PROBLEM STATEMENT “Impact of Gender Inequality on Education in Pak” (A Case of Peshawar) Introduction: Education is the basic ingredient of a country’s development. It makes an impact on almost every sector in that country. As In Pakistan lack of education causes major issues to the economy...

  22. PAKISTAN major issues

    has become a major vicious occurrence in recent years. The whole world assumes Pakistan, as a land of terrorists. After 9/11 War on Terrorism is imported to Pakistan with the Co-operation of our most important alliance against war on terror USA. To achieve its interest USA is violating our...

  23. Definitiona and Meaning of Coeducation

    supporters of this system favour the system mainnly on two grounds,one economical and other sociological.In first place they says that co-education is an economical measure for poor countries like India,Pakistan and many others. It is not possible for poor countries to build...

  24. Education

    Punjab Examination Commission Lahore, students are promoted in to Middle Level ie grade 6 to 8. At middle level single-sex education is usually preferred by the community but co-education is also common in urban cities of the Pakistan. Subject Taught at Middle Level of Education: At middle level...

  25. financial managment

    29, 2013 - 10 posts - ‎6 authors Infused Technical Education: 12. Promotion of primary education: Conclusion Essay Education the basic need. Education is the light of the life. Essay outline on Merits and Demerits of Co-education 3 posts 29 Oct 2013 Education in Pakistan Outline 3 posts 10...

  26. Rural Development of Pakis

    deprived of basic necessities of life as health, better a higher education, transportation and communication facilities healthy drinking water and electricity etc. Why it is necessary for Pakistan? Over four-fifths of the population of Pakistan lives in rural areas. Their per capita income is...

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  28. Co Education

    IN 1635, JOHN COTTON INTRODUCED THE MODERN SCHOOLING SYSTEM. If we talk about ISLAM, It tells the man and woman not to get close with each other and not to interect with each other. Now Pakistan was established in the name of Islam. We have separate education institutes up to the 12th standard...

  29. Co-Education Adapted in Bahrain

    Why should Co-education be adapted in the public schooling system in Bahrain? Co-education is a modern phenomenon applied in most of the developed countries such as The United States of America, England and Singapore. Unfortunately, the Middle Eastern countries have neglected this...

  30. Zahid

    Fabric Pvt Ltd. This module controls the stock, Receive from Factory, sales return etc. The Inter Ed. system |Client |Inter. Ed Education Advisors, Islamabad, Pakistan | |Time |45 days...