National Education Policy (NEP) - Discussion Forum

 
Ali Azher Khatana
Education standards in Pakistan are need to be revised on serious and urgent basis we need educatio. System in which modern day problems are discussed and taught to children. Children should be equipped with more practical knowledge rather than theoratical and we need to need this "RATTAA SYSTEM" our young generation has the spark more than we had we just need to use this spark and their lust for education in proper manner so that our country may flourish in scientific research, development sector and leadership etc. We need to change the game now to have a bright future for our next generations so that the minds of capable and well learned people may be used within country for the good of everyone. So that one day we can outsource our ideas and research to the world rather than looking at hands of other nations.

2015-09-03
Zakria Baloch
Education is the basic right of every citizen therefore every citizen should have equal rights. i have seen students, they don't have chairs to sit even they don't have school mattress but in our other provinces such as Punjab students have laptop and other all facilities. if a new methodology is implemented, government should make retaintion groups to retain. we don't have education in Balochistan.

2015-09-03
Aniqa moazzam
I think that not single person on this discussion form is unaware about the importance of education, so i am not going to blab about that;instead i would like to enlightened here about the way of teaching, we need to improve the education system , because if we'll some how succeed in doing that, people would be more upfront and than in an autonomous way we would be able to spread education.

2015-09-03
QASIM ZIA
AoA Hi this is Qasim from Rawalpindi i am not much aware about the Project which is happening but i have Few suggestions for Education standard in Pakistan. 1.Education should be change as IT is growing there should be ONLINE test in Local Boards. 2.Relevant Answers must be entertained stop Measuring Papers. there are many other things in my mind which need to implemend to bring change in the system of education. Regards.

2015-09-03
Sadaf Taimur
Within the fast changing world of globalization and change, in Pakistan, there is a rapidly developing trend of anxiety and depressive disorders. Mirza & Jenkins in 2004, suggested that in urban Pakistan, the level of prevalence of such disorders is at 34%. Given this alarming level of anxiety and depressive disorders and the evidence that intervention is mandatory for prevention, we have to analyze the role that policy makes can play in assistance of developing tools, among children & youth, that will facilitate them in avoiding falling prey to suffocation and stagnation associated with instability and frustration. I will suggest that there must be a mandatory module for Life Skills Development & Global Citizenship to develop practical skills among students and to get them prepared for the future challenges so that they handle changes instead of falling prey to depressive disorders and frustration. These modules must me mandatory part of the curriculum in EVERY school.

2015-09-04
KHAWAJA MUHAMMAD MUNEEB
We don’t need to prioritize people for education; rather it is basic requisite which must be provided to every one without labeling of gender, age, race, culture or any other. Pakistan needs implementation of education emergency. We are already very late so have no more time to waste by looking at others. Instead every one of us has to put his/ her part of efforts for the provision of quality education keeping in mind the issues of gender, quality and access. Youngsters can be one of the best sources for spreading awareness and mobilizing positive change especially related to education uplift in Pakistan…Along with combined efforts. I have positive hopes looking a brighter Pakistan tomorrow. KHAWAJA MUHAMMAD MUNEEB

2015-09-04
kakar hayat hamandzai
I am very happy to have this kind of platform to share my ideas about education.education is the basic right of every human being.so being pakistani a youth i want to say that we no such a national education policy in real sense if we have then why there is no positive change in our country.we must have an equal curriculum in pakistan and one type education system.so that we provide equal rights to all pakistani children whether they belong to poor or rich family.one another we always select the teachers on the political basis.i think there should not be political interference in the field of education system.as well as national education policy makers must add one thing to their policy that is the power of DEO.they must give full power and authority to every district education officer to take notice of ghost teachers and schools.i am eye witness of a lot of ghost teachers and schools in my district that they are just getting salaries but till today they have not taught a single word.

2015-09-05
kakar hayat hamandzai
National education policy making body must to think about this also that there are a lot of teachers that even they can not spell and write their names in English so then how we can expect from them a positive and successful result.on the name of Aghaz-e-Haqooq balochistan the govt push our education system hundreds of years back to stone the age.they selected those kind of teachers and lecturers that are not qualified for the teaching.so i have the right to ask that why the NEP makers donot have any rules about this to take notice of this illegal act.on the name of this package they wasted time of new generation.i mean if they NEP makers really sincere in this regard they must to do select the teachers on the merit basis and take notices of ghost schools colleges,uni,and teachers.then i give the guarantee that our education system will be a standard education system and our every child will be able to compete the world on every stage of life.

2015-09-05
Izzah M
In this day and age, we need to design a curriculum that prepares our children to operate in a globalized world. They must be fluent in using technologies and be able to communicate effectively in both Urdu and English. If we as a nation hope to become a highly developed economy like Singapore or Taiwan, then we must focus our energies on promoting quality education. We can no longer afford to have curriculums designed in provincial languages. We will only be doing a disservice to our future generations.

2015-09-07
Sunair Zakir
The fact that the literacy rate is stagnant for the last few years now despite numerous government's and organizations' effort is a little perplexing for all. The sad reality is that we have been focusing more on the supply side of things like construction of washrooms, walls, rooms, etc and increasing enrollment (not that they are any less important) than focusing on the actual learning levels of the children who are already going to school. There needs to be a significant difference between a child who has spent 10 years or more in school than who has just spent a couple. Parents are left with no other choice than sending their children to work when the son they sent to school for 10 years ends up doing a similar job as someone who has never been to school. We need ensure the quality education first which would eventually lead us increased enrollment.

2015-09-11