Smoothening Education System with Uneven Policies

03 Jul

I wrote this write up umm some 7-8 years ago (in Dec 2006) but unfortunately I see NO difference in our educational system. You can read this post from Jan 2007. Governments kept changing from PML (Q) to PPP to PML (N) and we poor continued being betrayed by our own dear leaders.

In the name of Humanity...

Nobody can deny the importance of education in this era. The need for education has always existed, even though in the olden days people could not realise the magnitude and implementation of knowledge in different fields of life. That is why in the past, education was not given the significance (particularly in our society) that it deserved. Nonetheless, conditions have changed a bit now. The conservative people, who did not value education, have now started grasping the significance of knowledge. It is due to the campaigns like “Taleem Sab ke liye” and “Parha likha Punjab”, that the government has been quite successful in guiding villagers and the uneducated community towards education. Now, this community has started realising that education is the basic tool to lead a successful, civilised, sophisticated and well-balanced life. That is why they are avid to have an educated generation. 

Forsooth, the government seems to be…

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Posted by on July 3, 2014 in Uncategorized


3 responses to “Smoothening Education System with Uneven Policies

  1. Sarwat AJ

    July 6, 2014 at 11:41 am

    you are quite right in resenting this solution, but it may take more than another 60 years. what may work as a first aid help, is to keep all the systems work at best in their own areas. not all the kids be doctors, or engineers, but a farmer must be educated enough to use modern techniques, a merchant must be moral and fair in his dealings, a donkey-cart owner may not use abusive language, and a fruit-seller may be honest.

  2. Sarwat AJ

    July 6, 2014 at 11:42 am

    *presenting this solution

  3. FD Sheikh

    July 8, 2014 at 1:08 am

    U r right in a sense Sarwat. But see following this approach, perhaps, we won’t be able to get rid of this system ever. :/ or at least it should be maintained ideally, just the way u have mentioned in ur comment.


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