Quality of education group 5
Education must be a cheapest and most preceding item of a nation, and it’s a best weapon of a country. Countries that are well developed in this world have very strong educational system. Underdeveloped countries are losing in this effort, especially Pakistan. In the area of education, Pakistan is lagging behind other countries of South Asia.Our education standard is uneven, private schools follow different syllabus and public schools follow different. Our private schools doing a bit good but our public schools perform badly and deteriorating its educational standard day by day.In Pakistan the nature of instruction isn't excessively good. Principle motivation behind this is to make the nature of instruction given in instincts better.As you folks may likewise be acquainted with the circumstance of Pakistan's training framework; there are no advancements utilized in schools in light of the fact that the equivalent out contemporary learning is addressed.Looking at board assessments, there is only understudies simply offering significance to repetition learning.In Pakistan, there is a major idea of kid work because of which numerous kids are denied of getting instruction however a few understudies who are eager to get training so for these understudies, budgetary guide is very important.In numerous schools, the main concern is to improve the evaluations or to cover the prospectus.Education is important for every child of our nation but more importantly getting good education is right of everyone. Receiving good quality education should not be linked to how much an individual can pay for his/her education. Students of each and every school(Private or Government) should receive education of a specific standard. A standard should be set so that every child can receive quality education irrespective of their financial status so that every child gets equal opportunities in future. Our children are the future of our nation so everyone should have the same standard of education so that they can excel to their potential, not respective of the school they reveived their education from.