Saturday, November 18, 2017

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If you educate a man, you educate a man, if you educate a woman you educate a generation

Education for women is very important, it is not just because it will be better for progress and benefits for society as a whole. An educated woman has the skills that she needs to be a better parent, teacher and citizen. I don’t know why people deny the advantages of education to women. It is argued that women have their domestic duties to perform and if they become educated they will not perform or will not focus on household life.This perception is wrong regarding education for women.

Being educated, she can increase our literacy rate. In Pakistan, we have very less literacy rate from women-side. It is really shameful for us.Being educated, she can decrease the concept of early marriages that has raised in last few years.It is alarming situation for us, as it happens before a girl reaching the age of 18. Being educated, she can do a job and definitely increases the income and reduces the poverty.

Education is a tool to aware someone.It is a tool to realize someone about their duties and responsibilities towards citizenship.

It is rightly said, There are two powers in the world, one is the sword and the other is the pen. There is a great competition and rivalry between the two.There is a third power stronger than both,that of the women.

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Education is the most important instrument for any society, it is the way to aware someone

Pakistan was established in 1947, it is more than 68 years of independence but it seems it is still not respected in the world community. Pakistan got independence with lots of difficulties. A very crucial time had passed by the great leaders during independence. At that time when there was nothing, all the things were pointless but Quaid-e-Azam was hopeful, he never lost his hope at that time. He knew the art of leading the nation, he knew how to guide the dishearten people, to keep hand in hand he told us the art of living life. The man with great power stood us as the Pakistani nation in the map of the world.

But now after independence,we do all those things which are wrong, we do wrong in our basic necessities too. Education is one of our basic necessity of life. In Pakistan, we always complain regarding our education system. More than 40% of population is illiterate. Karachi is the biggest city of Pakistan, although there are so many schools in karachi. One can easily find a school at the corner of every street.The students who are studying in government schools,they don’t know how to write & read.I usually see these type of students daily in my life. The person who earns 17000/- per month,he is not able to send his child to private school ultimately he sends them to government schools. The duty of parent is to send their children to school either government or private.

It’s a common saying in English, “Education is the most powerful weapon, which you can use to change the world.”

The duty of teachers start then. The duty is to teach the student in a way so that he starts thinking intensively and critically but unfortunately it doesn’t happen in reality.I called such schools ‘ghoost schools’ because they are not providing basic education. The female teachers usually talk about their homes, gossiping, talk about someone else if they attend the school. If she is not teaching to the best of her ability and is not putting in the requisite effort, she is also not being honest with her commitments,her profession and with herself.

It is a duty of every individual Pakistani to educate themselves and their child too but providing the education based on thinking deeply. ‘Education For Everyone’ it is a slogan of every government but they are not sincere about it. We have to solve the issues regarding our education system,we have to do something against all those issues. First starts with individual. PAKISTAN ZINDABAD

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Beaconhouse celebrated its 40th anniversary on October 4, 2015 marking four decades of delivering educational excellence the world over

Beaconhouse believes that productive and meaningful education is every child’s right. In addition to its primary commitment to teaching and learning, it maintains a holistic approach to education by emphasising teacher education as well as curriculum development. Beaconhouse has always remained conscious of its role as a socially aware organisation and has supported the community and contributed generously in times of national crisis.

Beaconhouse will hold an educational and cultural festival on the 28th of November in Karachi. The event will be graced by some of the most recognised names in Pakistan and from around the globe

The 40th anniversary of Beaconhouse was celebrated amidst great fanfare at the Head Office as well as at schools in all the regions. The Beaconhouse Head Office was adorned with beautiful decorations and special handmade cards from the students congratulating Beaconhouse on its 40th birthday and thanking its Chairperson Mrs Nasreen Mahmud Kasuri for her significant contributions to the field of education.

Mrs Kasuri as well as Directors from the regional offices gave inspirational messages on the occasion and promised to take Beaconhouse to even greater heights in its mission of providing quality education of international standards. There was also a cake-cutting ceremony in the presence of all the Beaconhouse employees followed by a wonderful musical programme by Beaconhouse students. The day ended with refreshments and an amazing lantern display which was appreciated by all.

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Today I met a person who is a driver and trying to educate his children in a private school. He was very upset today i asked him what happened dear. and then he burst out and shared with me his feelings about education system of Pakistan. His comments were as follows:

<ol><li>Why we don’t have similar education system in Government and Private Schools?</li><li>
Is there any Institution to monitor exploitation of Private schools?</li><li>
Is education a service to the nation or an industry? where schools owners run three to four different types of business e.g. Uniform Shops, Stationery Shops, and Transportation as well. He further said that this is where private schools exploit us the uniform which is available at a low cost in the market the dedicated shops of schools sell that uniform at a higher cost and we have no choice to buy from open market because of schools logo etc. Same is happening with stationery schools printed stationery is a new trend introduced by private schools and they charge much higher from the open market. additionally those note books are a good marketing tools of schools.</li><li>
Schools Van owners charge for even summer vacations. is this not an exploitation?</li><li>
A country which is facing education emergency, where it is very difficult to convince lower middle class to send their children to schools, If such exploitation continued that our education related indicator will further go down.</li></ol>

He asked me to raise a voice for his issues and request concerned quarters to look into this serious matter of general public.

By using social media forum I am requesting all my friends and family members please do raise your voice, please do write on this issue, please put these issues in the eyes and ears of our policy makers.

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