Pakistan's Educational SystemIf we look around and among ourselves, our friends and our seniors, we all come from very different schools, colleges and universities. Some are privileged enough to study like our fairer skinned brothers living across the seas. They have the access to everything and anything they might feel like doing while studying in that particular institution. We have indeed created a youth living deep in the now proud act of discrimination.
In Pakistan, at 54%, the literacy rate is well below par. Moreover, if a person can write his name, he is classified as a literate. The drop out rates in public schools are at all time high due to rising costs of living for an ordinary man. Governments have always emphasized on surface level, the importance of education. But never has a proper implementation taken place. Even now, when the country is standing on thin pillars, only a petite proportion i.e. 2% of the GDP is allocated to education.
We should have a fair and unbiased educational system which provides balance and equality for every fellow pakistani student. Then this hatred of the two societies would end and people will again start to care and respect like our old culture.