Education

Introduction

Foundation of a nation is education; education is the base of knowledge. Nobody, regardless he is an individual or a nation, can flourish without discovering knowledge and education. An civilized person can take good care of himself and his family, whereas a nation can turn into a firm and sovereign when everyone is civilized. Modernized and progressive nations have a groovier impact on the world since they have prioritized education in their fellowships, when developing nations fall behind because of analphabetism. Education does not only build people and nations more productive, it affects every arena of private and corporate spirit, such as health and death, crime and justice, surroundings, nutrient and agribusiness, science and technology. In fact, execution and advancement in all arenas of life, nay, survival itself, is directly dependent on the state of education of a nation and society.

Educational Condition in Pakistan

Educational Condition in Pakistan is desperately miserable. According to facts put forward by United Nations (UN) and different world wide education monitoring & supervising sources, Pakistan’s comes in 166 out of 173 countries on the UN’s Education Index. 33% of Pakistani children do not go to educational institutes, and only 3 children out of 100 children accomplish their primary education and reach high school. 130,000 children of tribal areas have ended any type of education just because the Government has shut down irregular schools and sent away the teachers working on contract basis, without setting up new schools or employing permanent faculty. With the reference of article 25-A of the constitution, every child within the age bracket of 5 to 16 years should get free of cost education. However, Ministry of Education Pakistan has been abolished. The Fact is 60% of Government Schools don’t have electricity, 40% don’t have water. On 7 June 2012, Chief Justice of Pakistan objurgated Government by referring to a school established in a graveyard, without any furniture the children studying sitting on the ground among the graves. The numbers show that in year 2050 Pakistan’s population will become 350 Million. If the ongoing literacy rate will remain, Pakistan will take the lead in most illiterate.

AlKhidmat Foundation Work

Al-Khidmat Foundation is covering all aspects of education in Pakistan. Al-Khidmat Foundation has begun several educational programs in Pakistan. Al-Khidmat Foundation is functioning unflaggingly to boost up the level of literacy in Pakistan with the following of its projects:
  Al-Falah Scholarships!
  Schools
  Vocational Training Centers
  Hostels
  Free Distribution of School Bags & Stationary
  Student Discounts Shop

Accordion

Construction of new schools and help for existing foundations – as a team with distinctive however ideologically arranged elements, for example Ghazali Education Trust, Baithak Schools System, and Read Foundation Azad Kashmir, Alkhidmat has built an unfathomable system of schools, both in urban, and in country zones, giving quality instruction that keep tabs on improving youngsters’ intelligent capabilities. The syllabus taught at these schools has been ready as per breakthrough, scholarly prerequisites. There are particular vocational foundations for young men and young ladies. Alkhidmat has likewise furnished back to friend substances for development of new schools network. Alkhidmat Foundation Punjab has established many Schools across Pakistan .

Educational Condition in Pakistan is desperately miserable. According to facts put forward by United Nations (UN) and different world wide education monitoring & supervising sources, Pakistan’s comes in 166 out of 173 countries on the UN’s Education Index. 33% of Pakistani children do not go to educational institutes, and only 3 children out of 100 children accomplish their primary education and reach high school. 130,000 children of tribal areas have ended any type of education just because the Government has shut down irregular schools and sent away the teachers working on contract basis, without setting up new schools or employing permanent faculty. With the reference of article 25-A of the constitution, every child within the age bracket of 5 to 16 years should get free of cost education. However, Ministry of Education Pakistan has been abolished. The Fact is 60% of Government Schools don’t have electricity, 40% don’t have water. On 7 June 2012, Chief Justice of Pakistan objurgated Government by referring to a school established in a graveyard, without any furniture the children studying sitting on the ground among the graves. The numbers show that in year 2050 Pakistan’s population will become 350 Million. If the ongoing literacy rate will remain, Pakistan will take the lead in most illiterate.

Talent Scholarship Program tends to be run with cooperation of Alfalah Scholarship scheme. Scholarship arrangement has been operating for 16 years, and many underprivileged, however talented, understudies have had the capacity to finish their instruction through the Alfalah Scholarship Scheme. Alkhidmat Foundation Punjab has awarded a large number of scholarships to talented students.