Photosynthesizing Education

(Fazal Ghani Daggar, Buner, Daggar)

The all LAD-hard-wired Chomsky’s infants’ mind is at premium around the humans’ heaven. Both the wares of education frequently been changing since the birth of the man for esoterical output to possibly compete the world. The ideal ideationals work on both the ends, while the opposites otherwise, keeping objectives on the peak. Nuovaeu rich nations seek educational archetypes of peakers having bizarre culture with which they are callous, and hence, fiasco is the worst castigation. The consummate coterie, on the other hand, search for avant-gardism in education. They tend to experience poetic experiences and try to leave the old prosaic mosaic to abridge their students with new tomorrow: but it is an imperial epigram that education can bring an implicit or incognito change in the fabrication of a society if it is competitive and up to the mark.

The same is untenable truth with Pakistan, with education. Every dawn sees a veneer vicissitude in the field of education: but darkens away with no zenith. Age-old lethal experimentations are tried out, and then reached out to another. The educationists as having the expertise in the field, unfortunately, unable to sense the need of the day in the light of diverse culturality of the country. They become quixotic and even miss to reach the average compulsions/needs of several cultural dimensions. They only see the facade of a long trail. Therefore, our students have been facing impropriety and schizophrenia between what they see, listen, and do what necessarily need not do. Have we ever thought that in spite of the infrastructure, both physical and mental (curriculum and teachers) facilitation, we are far behind the destination? Where lies the fault, and how can it be removed? These are the questions which everyone asks but no one is ever able to answer confidently.

Being the foundation and basic unit of education, Primary Schooling needs an informed attention of esoterical experts in the concerned field who know the diversification of cultures, needs of the day, and foresee the futuristic possible competitive skills. Somewhat, positive steps have already been taken in the form of NTS, CPD (Continuing Professional Development) and Induction Program: but more drastic steps seem unavoidable. Primary schools are in the desperate need of expert and highly qualified teachers, for example, languages like Urdu and English need teachers having the mastery of the language, particularly English which is the basic tool for further studies, while dry subject like mathematics must have the experts, other subjects like Social and Islamic Studies and science needs and masters in the field. Not only the providence of expert teachers but the strength of the student must be taken into consideration as well. There is a misconception about the ratio of strength of students, that is one teacher per 40 students and that is the sole cause of failure. Teachers must be given on the ratio of the students within the class not the school because teaching learning process is affected by the bulky class. If a class has 40 to 70, or even more students as it is a fact, the learning is badly affected and the teacher cannot cope with all of them. 20 to 25 students class will be an ideal class for a teacher, more than that should be provided with a new teacher.

Thus in conclusion, it is argued that quality in education needs photosynthesizing which can be achieved through several requirements mentioned above, and unemployment can be reduced in the country, if the concerned personals and the new government think positively in the light of the recommendations and facts suggested.

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PRETTY FINE
By: SUBHAN ALI, BUNER on Oct, 15 2018
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Excellent
By: JAVED IQBAL, Buner on Sep, 28 2018
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True to the core..excellent..
By: Abdur rahman, Buner on Sep, 27 2018
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Great.
By: Umar faroo, Buner on Sep, 25 2018
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That's really great. Keep it .
By: Umar frooq, o on Sep, 25 2018
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true to the peak. great effort
By: altaf zaman, buner on Sep, 23 2018
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Great post. Mentioned all the realities. such like steps are neeed for improving education but the issues of tablts for induction program creating big difficulties for teachers who are inducing. All the materials equipments should be checked prior. And Masters for every subject is the call of the day but it need great investment which seems difficult but i think it will improve step by step. Such as before for all science subjects there was only 1 science master. Now there are two M/P and B/C.
By: Qamar Zaman, Swabi on Sep, 20 2018
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Sir I have read and found it productive. keep it up
By: saleem afaqi, peshawar on Sep, 20 2018
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No doubt highly competent teachers are appointed at Govt. Schools, but I am Damn agreed with the point mentioned above that congested classes (mostly we find at Govt schools) highly effect the process of teaching n learning. So that is also a serious issue to bring in the consideration of our high authorities and they are requested to make out some solution for it.... Great efforts Mr. Ghani
By: A small Shari , Mardan on Sep, 20 2018
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Great
By: Sherdalikhan, Peshawar on Sep, 19 2018
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Very well done said sir..interesting...
By: Luqman, Buner on Sep, 19 2018
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Wow! What an informative article for the betterment of education. Great words by a great personality.
By: Wajid Ali Shah, Buner on Sep, 19 2018
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