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Keeping in view the present situation of Pakistan, national, political, individual or any sort of achievement is not possible with the current status of education in this country.

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´╗┐Education: Master key to success ?Those who know cannot be like the ones who do not know. Of course, knowledge and ignorance are like light and darkness which can never be alike.? (Holy Quran) Education is the most important factor which plays a leading role in human development. It promotes a productive and informed citizenry and creates opportunities for the socially and economically underprivileged sections of society. Globalization has made economic life more competitive and demanding, making human expertise development more significant. Only as educated workforce equipped with modern skills can compete and benefit from exploiting the opportunities created by globalization. ?Education was born with the birth of the human race and shall continue to function as long as the human race lives.? (William Shakespear) ...read more.


In other words, we can say that education makes anyone complete, accurate and worldly wise. It means that no one is complete without education. Keeping in view the present situation of Pakistan, national, political, individual or any sort of achievement is not possible with the current status of education in this country. The literacy rate is far below the requirements and is not enough to compete in such a fast paced environment. The only solution in all the hidden problems of the nation lies only in proper education which is not yet available to all the sectors and citizens of the society at large. Education is a controlling grace to the young, consolation to the old, wealth to the poor and ornament to the rich. ...read more.


Hence, it proves that education is a sign of superiority, not just for a single individual but for the nation as a whole. If we look back and explore the history, it can be easily revealed that the nations which got the supreme positions in society were comprised of educated people. Therefore, if we want to succeed and make our country a better one, we need to grant special focus on the status of education since it is the only tool, the only hope and anticipation for a country left far behind in the global world. As it has been said, ?Next in importance to freedom and justice is education, without which neither freedom nor justice can be permanently maintained.? (James A. Garfield) ...read more.

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