Poor ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem

Pakistan Observer - - OPINION - WASEEM KHAN

Our ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem’s qual­ity is de­clin­ing day by day. Due to this, cheat­ing dur­ing ex­am­i­na­tion is on the rise. Students and teach­ers both play­ing an im­por­tant role in the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem.The con­cen­tra­tion of th­ese two peo­ple can stop the ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem’s qual­ity from de­clin­ing. It can help to bring the sys­tem upon proper stan­dard. Most of the teach­ers do not con­cen­trate on their job due to which the students have to face many prob­lems in life. Schools and col­leges play an ex­tremely im­por­tant role in an in­di­vid­ual’s life of the students, who are not re­civ­ing ed­u­ca­tion ac­cord­ing to their re­quire­ments. Due to this phe­nom­e­non, nei­ther does their knowl­edge in­crease nor do they con­trib­ute to the progress of the coun­try by be­com­ing good ef­fi­cient and civi- lized cit­i­zens. All of this leads to the students go­ing to tu­tion cen­tres where the fee is be­yond the fi­nan­cial range of the or­di­nary students. When all the doors for learn­ing are closed to them and it be­comes dif­fi­cult from them to pass their ex­am­i­na­tion with fly­ing colours, the gates of cheat­ing are opened by the students them­selves. I would only say that there is a great need to im­prove the qual­ity of ed­u­ca­tion sys­tem and to in­cul­cate good values in the students so that they don’t re­sort to il­le­gal meth­ods of pass­ing their ex­am­i­na­tion like cheat­ing. By hav­ing sound knowl­edge of the pro­fes­sion they want to pur­sue and by hav­ing a good moral char­ac­ter, the students would surely get on as­tound­ing job, and be a con­tribut­ing mem­ber of the so­ci­ety. — Karachi

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