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Course Contents

Unit 1 Education in Pakistan: Historical Perspectives 1.1 Education System in Subcontinent during Muslim Rule 1.2 Education System in Subcontinent during British Rule 1.3 Educational Movements during British Rule 1.3.1 Dawo Bund Movement 1.3.2 Aligarh Movement 1.3.3 Nadvi Movement 1.3.4 Jamia Millia Islamia 1.4 Overall status of education at the lime of independence Unit 2 Educational Policies of Pakistan 2.1 All Pakistan Education Conference 1947 2.2 Commission on National Education 1959 2.3 New Education Policy l970 2.4 Education Policy 1972-80 2.5 National Education Policy 1979 2.6 National Education Policy 1992-2002 2.7 National Education policy 1998-2010 Unit 3 Structure of Education in Pakistan 3.1 The education System: An Overview 3.2 Structure of Education System Unit 4 Educational Problems, Trends and Issues in Pakistan 4.1 Globalization 4.2 Decentralization 4.3 Population growth 4.4 Low Enrolment and High Drop Outs 4.5 Low Literacy 4.6 Indiscipline 4.7 Female Education 4.8 Economic and Social Conditions 4.9 Physical Conditions of Educational Institutions 4.10 Quality of Education 4.11 Investment in Education Unit 5 National Education Policy 1998-2010 5.1 Elementary Education 5.2 Secondary Education 5.3 Higher Education 5.4 Women Education 5.5 Literacy and Non-Formal Education 5.6 Technical and Vocational Education 5.7 Madrassah Education

Course Synopsis

This course provides a background on the Pakistan Movement and the political development after its inception. It will also cover the salient features of education in Pakistan: Historical Perspectives, educational policies and educational problems, trends and issues in Pakistan. The course will provide opportunities for prospective teachers to enhance their content

Course Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course, students will be able to: • understand the meanings, elements, and types of education • understand and evaluate the system of education in Pakistan • analyze the foundations of education in philo-psycho-socio perspectives

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