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Sangat Sindh Report on Education for All by 2015

Sangat Sindh Report on Education for All by 2015

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Seminar Report: Education For All By 2015: The Challenges
Education For All By 2015: The Challenges April 28, 2007 Mirzapur, Nawabshah
Seminar Report
By Nisar Brohi
Seminar Report: Education For All By 2015: The Challenges
 An Introduction2. Objectives of the Seminar3. Seminar Proceedings3.1 Mr. Nek Soomro,
Welcome Address
3.2 Mr. Nisar Brohi,
Director, SDF
3.3 Mr. Abdul Hameed,
DDO Education,
3.4 Mr. Zulfiqar Ali,
Branch Manager, SRSP,Nawabshah
 3.4 Mr. Nawaz Brohi,
Eminent Journalist
3.5 Mr. Qurban Brohi,
Rangers PublicSchool, Nawabshah
3.6 Mr. Nazir A. Zardari,
Vote of thanks
4. Recommendations of the Seminar
Seminar Report: Education For All By 2015: The Challenges
1. An Introduction
Education is the basic right of every individual;therefore, easy access to education for everycitizen should be ensured, it is an evitable forthe human resources development and ultimately forsocio-economicdevelopment ofthe nation.However,according togovernmentfigures, in2001-2002, theover allestimatedliteracy ratein the countrywas 50.5percent, for male 63 percent and for female 38percent. The rural literacy rate was 30 percent andurban literacy rate was 70 percent. But there arestill millions of children are out of schools. Thefigures reveal that there are about 6 millionchildren of 5-9-age group who are left out ofschool. The left out includes those children whonever enrolled and those who drop out.There are a lot of discouraging elements exist ineducation system of the country, which createdhindrances for the poor masses to get theirchildren admitted in the schools, such as the lowliteracy rate, high drop out rate, a large scaleteacher absenteeism, weak and poor management andsupervision structure of our educationaldepartments, dearth of trained and qualifiedteachers, lack of dedication, motivation andinterest in their teaching profession and shortageof physical facilities in the schools especially inthe rural areas. Moreover the curriculum is mostly

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