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National Education Policy 1998-2010

Sr. No.Objectives
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Objectives:
A respectable level of literacy will be attained by universalizing basic education.
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Objectives:
The education will be made purposeful and job-oriented.
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3
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The examination system will be reformed.
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4
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Private investment in education will be encouraged.
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5
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An efficient decentralized management structure will be evolved.
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6
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By the year 2002-03, ninety percent children in the age group (5-9) will be admitted in the schools.
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7
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The education will be diversified into three streams at the secondary level.
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8
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Computer education will be introduced as subject at secondary level.
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9
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The quality of education in Deeni Madaris will be improved.
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10
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Translation of selected verses from the Holy Quran will be added in the syllabus at the secondary level.
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11
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In order to raise the quality of teacher, education programmes, the educational qualifications for primary teachers will be raised from Matric to Intermediate.
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12
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The Education Foundations shall be further strengthened.
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13
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National Education Testing Service will be established to design and conduct standardized tests for admission to professional institutions.
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The curricula at all levels of education will be reviewed.
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15
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The libraries and library service will be strengthened to augment facilities for self learning.
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16
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Multiple textbooks will be introduced at the secondary level instead of sole-textbooks in order to broaden the knowledge base of students.
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17
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Expenditure on education will be raised from 2.2% to 4% of GNP.
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18
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District Education Authority will be established in each district to involve public participation in monitoring and implementation.
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19
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The Quranic principles and Islamic practices will be made in integral part of the curricula.
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20
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Information technology will be popularised among students at all levels.
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21
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Private sector will be encouraged to provide free education to poor students.
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22
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New disciplines/emerging sciences will be introduced in universities in order to achieve excellence in different fields.
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23
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Teaching, learning and research processes will be brought in line with international standards to improve the quality of education.

National Education Policy 1998-2010

The policy was announced in March 1998. The first revised draft was submitted to the Council of Ministers on 18 February 1998. The Prime Minister advised the Ministry of Education to develop a new education policy in January 1998.

Grade I-VIII

The Nazi Koran will be introduced as a compulsory component from grade I-VIII. While at the secondary level translation of selected verses of the Holy Quran will be offered.

Functional literacy will be provided to adolescents (10-14 years old), who have missed the opportunity to receive primary education.

Literacy Courses

Functional and income-generating literacy courses for rural women aged 15-25 and basic education services for working children will be organized.

Integration of Primary and Secondary Education

Integration of primary and secondary education into primary education (I-VIII).

The participation rate will increase from 31% to 48% by 2002-2003. Secondary and higher education programs will be reviewed and several textbooks introduced.

Master Education

MASTER Education: A special package of incentives will be provided to women in rural areas for access to the teaching profession. A new framework of teacher trainers will be created.

Emerging Technology

Emerging technologies such as telecommunications, information technology, electronics, automation, oil, clothing, food preservation, printing and graphics, textiles, mining, sugar technology, etc., which are in high demand on the labor market, will be introduced in selected polytechnics.

At least 100 fellows will receive annual training under this program.

School curricula will be revised to include the latest advances in information technology.

Encourage private investment in education.

The pricing structure of privately run educational institutions will be developed in consultation with the government.

General Education

Standardized tests for admission to general education in universities will also be introduced.

As the clash between modern and religious schools and institutions is evident, students continue, and the battle between the modern and the religious is being waged because of a non-unified, non-logical and non-centralised policy.

Now we come to the second point where our political leaders have shown that they dream of achieving the 70% literacy rate, from 39% to 70%…

After the primary phase we now have secondary education, the only thing in the secondary phase is that, insisted that there will be a school model that will be established at the district level and the participation rate will increase from

31% to 48% by 2002-2003.

At this stage it is insisted on this point: “By 2010, access to higher education will be extended to at least 5% of the 17-23 age group. Merit will be the only criterion for access to higher education.

Public expenditure on education will increase from the current level of 2.2% to 4% of total GNP for the period 2002-2003.

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