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SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN AND THEIR SOLUTIONS
Transcript of SOCIAL PROBLEMS OF PAKISTAN AND THEIR SOLUTIONS
List of Social Problems in Pakistan
Food and water crisis
Poor health facilities
Internal and International migration
Discrimination of gender
Democracy in shape of dictatorship
Discourage the rules of law
The sources indicates that following sectors are most corrupted:
Police and law enforcement.
Judiciary and legal professions.
Tax and customs.
Health and education.
Presented by : Zahra Azhar Ghori (6813) _ BCSE-8C
Unequal education system.
Different medium of instruction in
public and private sector.
Regional disparity (standard)
Lack of technical education
The allocation of funds for education are very low.
Untrained and non professional teachers
The major causes of Terrorism in Pakistan are:
Standard of Living.
The full-time employment of children who are under a minimum legal age.
Poverty is the greatest cause behind it.
It is due to psychologically, socially and materialistic pressure in the rural areas of Pakistan.
It usually have a great affect on the health of a child and his personal development.
This is the greatest social issue of Pakistan. Main factors are:
Lack of adequate governance.
Poor industrial standards.
Lack of education.
Increase education budget.
Establish more schools and appoint qualified and trained teachers.
Technical education must be given to all the classes
To kill the root of Terrorism and systematically change the attitude of those people’s who are involved in terrorism.
Military operations against terrorists are also very necessary.
Education, Justice, Pour politics can stop the Terrorism.
Preventing and resolving conflicts with Talibans and other religious groups. Strengthening the protection of weak targets.
Parliament should adopt appropriate legislation.
Maximum use of constitutional and other legal mechanism for the accountability and transparency in government.
The laws that are already made for the child labor by the government should be strictly impose by sending NGOs in as many as areas they could cover, because according to our law slavery, forced labor and child labor are already prohibited.
Proper employment should be provided there in order to decrease it.
Control on inflation.
Government should provide more facilities to investors to increase the investment to reduce the unemployment.
Development of agriculture and industrial sector.
Reduce the rate of tax.
Allocate more funds for education to increase the literacy rate.
Proper maintenance of law and order.