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Unified Education System

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“Unified Education system, Reality or Dream”

              B-147, 24th street,                                                                                                                                                                         Co-operative Housing                                                                                                                                             Society, Singapore.                                                                                                                                                     26th, October, 2011.
Dear friend,
          Allan Anderson,
    Hi! Hope you are well in your hostel and I am also well here with my family. As it has just been a month that you have came to Pakistan for studying, so I wanted to give you some information and facts which could aware you about the educational system in Pakistan.
    As you know that education is only the weapon by which one can fight and conquer the battles of his life. It has been a very essential part of different civilization of the world in historical perspectives. Education is also considered as an experience that has a formative effect on the mind and character or on the physical ability of an individual. In its technical sense, it is a process by which society deliberately transmits its knowledge, skills and values from one generation to another. You can determine the importance of Education by one of the sayings of a scholar that, “Education is the third eye of a man”. It means that as a person without eyes cannot spend a perfect life; just like that person without seeking education cannot survive properly in the present world.
    The educational system of Pakistan is not that much developed as compared to the whole world. In the early years when Pakistan gained the independence after being partitioned from the Indian Sub-Continent, into a separate homeland, a small portion of the population was being educated, just...

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