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National Education Policy 1979

By Roll No.01,48,12,37,41

National Education Policy 1979
What is education?
The "education" has been derived from Latin words "Educare”. “Educare" means to train, to bring and lead out', so we can say that education is to bring up, to developing and shaping up the individual talent and his inner potentialities.

Education is a process in which and by which the knowledge, characters and behavior of the human being are shaped and molded. Education is lead to the enlightenment of mankind.

According Imam Gzali
Imam Ghazali said that education is a process which enables an individual to distinguish between the true and false, the good and bad, the right conduct and the evil doing.

Educational policy:
Education policy refers to the collection of laws and rules that govern the operation of education systems.
Education occurs in many forms for many purposes through many institutions. For example early childhood education, two and four year colleges or universities, graduate and professional education, adult education and job training. Therefore, education policy can directly affect the education people engage in at all ages.

Policy 1979

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National Education Policy 1979

By Roll No.01,48,12,37,41

National Education Policy, 1979
On 29 March 1972 Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto announced the education policy. As a result all private education institutes were taken into national grip and brought changes in all other aspect of education.

July 1977 General Zai-ul-Haq announced that new administration wanted to impose Islamic system. They considered it their aim. They believed that goals could not be achieved unless educational system based on Islamic system.

For this purpose General Zia-ul-Haq conducted the conference of teachers, educationalist and of intelligent people. This conference gave recommendation for whole educational system.
Muhammad Ali Khan announced this national policy. The main purpose of this policy was to impose education on Islamic system and to impose Urdu language by means of education.

Main aim of the National Educational Conference 1979 was:
 Fostering loyalty to Islam.
 Creation of concept of Muslim Ummah.
 Promotion of science and technical education.

The main recommendation of the education policy of 1979 was following.

1. Elementary Education

In coming five years 13000 schools will have opened
Schools will have opened for those girls that were deprived from formal education Enable the students to stand on their courage
Residential irony and training centers will have constructed for rural female teacher 5000 masjid will have constructed and books will have provided free of cost

2. Secondary Education
 2000 new secondary institutes will have opened and converted 1000 middle schools into secondary institutes
 In the curriculum of secondary education new subject will have added  Scope of secondary education will have intended so that students found take part in productive activities
 Secondary education will have considered from nine class to second year

Policy 1979

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National Education Policy 1979

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3. Higher Education
 In selected girls colleges of all provinces post graduates classes will have started  Valuation will have given to teachers of University to extend their education & professional training
 Scholarship will have given to intelligent students and teachers  In coming five years no other new universities except women universities. New buildings of colleges will have constructed for girls and boys  Provincial government will responsible to bear all expenses of universities

It was said in nation policy 1979 that education is a continuous process. Any educational policy cannot complete without education. Main features of recommendation are given below.

1. Masjid School
It was planned in...
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