An Evaluative Study of Educational Background of Government Services Employees

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Published on International Journal of Social, Politics & Humanities
ISSN: 2797-3735, Volume 1, Issue 2, page 11 – 18
Publication Date: 8 November 2018

Haleema Bibi & Qaisara Parveen

Haleema Bibi
Department of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences
Arid Agriculture University
Rawalpindi, Pakistan

Qaisara Parveen
Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences
University of Arid Agriculture University
Rawalpidi Pakistan

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Education is the product of experience. It is necessary for the personality grooming of individuals. Quality of human resources depends upon the quality of education of a country. It is the process by which the experience of the race, i.e. knowledge, skill and attitude are transmitted to the member of the community. “Education means that training which is given by suitable habits to the fist instincts of virtue in children when pleasure and pain are rightly implanted in non-rational souls. Education is the word, which has been derived from Latin language. It means to bring up, to nourish, a social function, thus it serves the society, which maintains it and it is first and for most roles is to conserve the existing culture by transmitting it from generation to generation. Teacher’s degrees are effectiveness for the students’ performance in the subject areas of mathematics, science, English and history. Teachers are like a key element to educational quality because they orchestrate instructional interaction with and between students around academic content, and these classrooms interactions-in an ideal world-influence student learning.

Keywords: Teacher Performance; Achievements of Students; Urban and Rural, Secondary Level.

1. Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
Education is accepted as a fundamental right of all members of a society. The purpose of education is not merely to inculcate new knowledge and skills in the individuals but also to prepare children for social responsibility and to meet the challenge of the time. It is quite evident that the development of nation is greatly depends on the development of education. No country can march forward without taking into consideration the demands of changed circumstances. Every nation develops its education system keeping in view the developmental needs of its people. According to Guruge, A.W.P (1981 p.83.84).
Pakistan is one of many developing countries with a recent history of rapid growth within the private education sector. Since Pakistan steps into a free market economy in the early 1990s, education has become a very important key to human resource development. However, while the demand of education begins growing faster and faster, public education is still in poor condition and unresponsive to the growing need and free markets that offer people what they want stated that since competition among public schools has not been introduced, parents are free to choose any schools they want for their children. On the one hand, competition among private schools is very strong, so each school has managed many kinds of strategies in order to attract the parents as well as their children to participate the school. Private school enrollment is not a simple function of parental preferences. The quality of private schools can be a high demand in which parents seek for their child’s education. Private education is often perceived to be about serving the needs of the high and middle classes, not the poor. Most of parents want to provide the best educational environment for their children. The parents decide to invest their children in form of education depends on number of social, cultural and economic factors (Rehman et al(2010). Parents usually decide to choose the best quality school for their youngsters when they are dissatisfied with public school. Private schools are mostly more effective than public schools in terms of school environment, qualified teachers, smaller size of classes and parents’ education. Public school due to various reasons ……..

2. Materials and Methods
2.1 Population
There were two population groups. First as students and second was secondary school teacher s The target population of the study was consist of all 372349(233304 male and 139045) students enrolled in 9th and 10thin 2227 secondary school s(1422 male and 805 female) of District Abbottabad. Second group of population were 33259 (22280 male and 10979female) of same secondary schools. The description of population is given in ……..