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Competitive Education By Mian Shoukat Ali AH Publisher

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Title: Competitive Education for PMS
Author: Mian Shoukat Ali
Publisher: AH Publisher
Pages: 490
Subject: PMS Education

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Competitive Education By Mian Shoukat Ali AH Publisher

All human societies, past and present, have had a vested interest in education; and some historians have claimed that teaching (at its best an educational activity) is the second oldest profession. While not all societies channel sufficient resources into support for educational activities and institutions. All at the very least acknowledge their centrality—-and for good reasons.

For one thing, it is obvious that children are born illiterate and innumerate, and ignorant of the norms and cultural achievements of the community or society into which they have been thrust. But with the help of professional teachers and the dedicated amateurs in their families and immediate environs (and with the aid, too, of educational resources made available through the media and nowadays the internet), within a few years they can read, write, calculate, and act (at least often) in culturally-appropriate ways.

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Some leam these skills with more facility than others, and so education also serves as a social-sorting mechanism and undoubtedly has enormous impact on the economic fate of the individual. Put more abstractly, at its best education equips-individuals with the skills and substantive knowledge that allows them to define and to pursue their own goals, and also allows them to participate in the life of their community as full-fledged, autonomous citizens. ‘ Study of educational policies, the educational growth and development in Pakistan has been presented in detail in this book.

Other topics have also been described in a detailed manner. We hope that the students of PMS and other examinations find this book useful.  All human societies, past and present, have had a vested interest in education; and some historians have claimed that teaching (at its best an educational activity) is the second oldest profession. While not all societies channel sufficient resources into support for educational activities and institutions, all at the very least acknowledge their centrality—-and for good reasons.