Girls’ education needs revolution in Sindh


Surya Naz Peerzada
Education does not prefer any specific gender to explore and seek it rather it opens the doors of wisdom for everyone regardless of colour, creed and gender discriminations. However, it mobilizes the minds of those boys and girls who take keen interest in attaining the goals of their lives. Despite the wide scope of educational opportunities in the world over the past three decades, women in most developing countries still receive less education than the men. The observations suggest that girls’ education promotes individual and national well-being. An example is the strong link between a woman’s education and her employment including income. Second, well-educated women can produce fewer children so that they can raise their children better. When a woman is deprived of education, her family and children, as well as the society in which they live, cannot even address the problems they face and a woman governs the whole family but when women are well educated, consequently everyone gets benefits from her caliber. If this is the fact then why developed countries in most women around the world have knowledge of education, literacy and skills of each country and these countries collect information about women’s education, evaluate the relationship between women’s education and development, evaluates research results for each developing area, identifies gaps in current knowledge, and addresses methodological issues. The challenges posed by researchers, policy makers, and development specialists on the study have been removed to ensure that women in the developing world do not live in a disadvantaged education in the developing world over the next century. Are facing a poor education system in the province. About 52% of all school children are girls. In the meantime, 47% of government elementary schools get access to only one teacher. In addition, 50% of the children attending the primary schools of Sindh go out before completing their primary school. Since there is a severe shortage of teachers in Sindh province who cannot afford the growing population and education of the children. I request the Sindh government to give priority to providing good education to the children of Sindh and the candidates from all over the country. Many of them have qualified the ECT and JEST tests through the IBA but they cannot give jobs to the Sindh government, they should be given quick order. Now, what justice did they get from using their knowledge of Sindh which is already undermining the education of the young ones and giving employment to those who have been educated so as to eliminate ignorance from Sindh while the Masters in Sindh? Of the 37,000 places left vacant, even the lowest number of candidates could pass the tests conducted by the IBA. Currently, when inflation is at a peak, when all the households are working, the large house goes up. We urge the Chief Minister Sindh Syed Murad Ali Shah to give orders to all the ECT and JEST candidates with IBA Qualified 50 Plus to expedite the expulsion of the candidates with immediate employment so that their families can move on. It is therefore, the dire need of time to appoint all remaining 50+ marks holder JESTs and ECTs who qualified the IBA test conducted by School Education and Literacy, Government of Sindh.



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