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Educational Policy

Scoloigy of education
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Shaheer Bakali

on 12 August 2014

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Transcript of Educational Policy

During the government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, the educational minister Abdul Hafeez Pirzada announced anew educational policy in March 1972. In this policy some revolutionary steps were taken and stressed tomake the education common and improved. In his speech the president of Pakistan cleared the background,importance and some aspects of new educational policy. He expressed his unsatisfactory views on previouseducational policies. He cleared the theoretical aspect of new educational policy and said
Education Policy Of Pakistan
1969 and 1972


In September 1969 the governor of West Pakistan Air marshal Noor Khan published some suggestions presented by federal educational government after a deep deliberation on educational problems. This report recommended revolution changes in educational system which was supported by a large number of public aswell. This report was prepared in short time only of three months but by the cause of unstable political situation this report could not proved affective for educational system. Most of its suggestions were related to the beneficial aspect of education. Hence in some points they gave importance to Islam knowledge. According to this report:

The first aim of this new educational policy was to provide a collective cultural and civilized system of values to individuals through education.
1)Islamiyat had given the status of compulsory to 10th class.
2)Islamic research should be given importance at university level and by the results of these researches the subjects or fields of law, politics, economics and other social subjects should be improved.
3)In Islamic institutions the subjects of science and maths should be thought. The teachers of those institutions should be given training of modern subjects.
4)Standard or merit system should also be established for the difference and resemblance of modern schools students and religious institutions students so that both can get the same facility of good jobs in society.
5)Policy also suggested that all missionary schools should be nationalized and Islamic madaris should be affiliated with normal schools.
6) Schools should be modernized and improved.”
(Ministry of Education, Proposals for a new Educational Policy 1969, pg 2-3
Student unions were banned.
Many technical, agricultural and commercial schools were built.
Scholarship programs for students.
Student laws.
Training centers for teachers.
This educational policy considered theoretical aspect while establishing aims of education. They decided thesafety and publicity of theory of Pakistan as first aim of education. According to policy the aims of educationwill be:


1)To give surety for safety, development and implementation of the basic theory of Pakistan andrelate it to individual and national life.

2)To create national unity according to country’s theory for social and cultural prosperity.

3)To develop and train the complete personality of individual so that he can understand the nature of technical and social changes and can take deep interest in reformation of society by fullconsideration.

4)To make curriculum according to the basic country’s theory and flexible social and economicalneeds and also take steps for diverting to aim full agricultural and technical education from
eradicating illiteracy within the shortest possible time through
universalization of elementary education and a massive adult education programme” and at “equalizing
access to education through provision of special facilities for women, under-privileged groups and
mentally-retarded and physically-handicapped children and adults in all areas in general and the backward areas in particular.”
It declared that “education will be made free and universal up to Class X for all children throughout the country ... in both Government and privately-managed schools.
Private schools will be suitably supported
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