Pakistan Literacy Rate

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  • Allocations For Education
  • Public Expenditure on Primary Education
  • Gender Issues
  • Fertility Rate
  • Participation Rate
  • Infra-Structure for Literacy, Non-Formal and Basic Education

Literacy Rate in Pakistan Province Wise:

Province/Area

2010-11

2011-12

Male Female Total Male Female Total
Pakistan

69

46

58

70

47

58

Rural

63

35

49

64

35

49

Urban

81

67

74

82

68

75

Punjab

70

51

60

70

51

60

Rural

64

42

53

65

41

52

Urban

80

71

76

80

70

75

Sindh

71

46

59

72

47

60

Rural

60

22

42

58

23

41

Urban

82

68

75

85

70

78

KPK

68

33

50

72

35

52

Rural

67

29

48

70

31

50

Urban

77

50

63

80

51

65

Balochistan

60

19

41

65

23

46

Rural

54

13

35

60

16

40

Urban

79

40

61

79

44

62

 

Education  plays a pivotal role for creation of skills and  human  capital  which  certainly  leads  to higher economic growth.   In our country, education is recognized as a fundamental right. Pakistan is, therefore, cognizant of the fact that achievement  of Universal Primary Enrolment will go a long way forward  to  improve  overall  education  and  literacy level.  The  government  of Pakistan  is hence committed to improving both the quality and the coverage of education through effective policy interventions  and  expenditure  allocations. International commitments require political will to achieve EFA goals and MDGs.

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38 COMMENTS

  1. No excuse is valid. No excuse after 69 years. The subsequent Pakistani governments should have made education up to 16 years compulsory like the constitution says. They are selfish and corrupt. And people don’t care about demanding their basic rights. Wake up Pakistan and demand your rights from people you vote for.

  2. i think pakistan spend its budget unfairly on education therefor we are so back in education even from our neibhor countires like: india

  3. pakistan can surely gain the 100%by the new generation which day by day is world records in every field.

  4. The literacy rate in Pakistan is 55% according to the government analysis, but current situation is tells us different, 75% population is living under the poverty line. How is that possible 55% population is educated?

    • poor analysis also take some education rate… check state bank data…… regards zain waraich ( masters in economics with finance) thanks

  5. if the so called democratic government leave its lavish ways of living cut budget from president and prime-ministers houses and stop distributing money of tax payers in the name of B-nazir income support we can achieve all targets including literacy.It is best understood by saying they achieve what they want to why not be democratic and say what people want.

  6. mai ap ko aik bat batana chati ho k paper to honay hai agar ap paper nahi daina chate to ap na dain………..lolx

  7. please more motivation needed for to enhance people to get education to increase aur litracy rate either by the electronic aur print media

  8. The Literacy rate; youth male (% of males ages 15-24) in Pakistan was reported at 79.42 in 2008, according to the World Bank. Youth literacy rate is the percentage of people ages 15-24 who can, with understanding, read and write a short, simple statement on their everyday life.Pakistan’s economy has suffered in the past from decades of internal political disputes, a fast growing population, mixed levels of foreign investment, and a costly, ongoing confrontation with neighboring India. However, IMF-approved government policies, bolstered by foreign investment and renewed access to global markets, have generated solid macroeconomic recovery during the last decade. In Pakistan more than five thousand schools have been destroyed by militants in around five years who consider themselves as Muslims as well. This testifies that our education has been destroyed by non others than our own Muslim brothers.Unfortunately, in Pakistan, not only a very low percentage of resources is spent on education at the primary level but the sector is also beset by certain other problems. We would advise the provincial governments to use all their energies and devote more resources to ensure that the maximum number of children, especially in the rural areas, are enrolled in government schools, which should also be supervised and monitored properly, failing which the country is destined to face a bleak future. It is very painful to see the dismal conditions in Pakistan, when other countries facing similar environments have made rapid progress in this area over the years and improved their lot.

  9. INSHA-ALLAH Our literacy will increase. But our generation have to work hard. we have to courage our youngsters. we have to finish corruption in our institutes. As for as jobs are consurned, our goverment should improve and safe industry…..

  10. We should bring change in our Education system. The education which we learnt in schools is fake. When you searched the topics of text books there are many false things applied to our education system. I wish I can do something for this country.

  11. be sincere with your country and do not support the corrupt people in any field
    of life , this is better for your next life and it up your personality

  12. Pakistan have great educational system in cities leatrcy rate is very good in Pakistan but in treble areas and interiors of country it is more effected due to feudalism.

  13. The current literacy rate of our country is almost 49.9%. We want to improve our educational system than we rise literacy rate. Another main problem is i think corruption. If we gave just 2 percent budget to education than how we improve our literacy rate. In pakistan universities are too expensive how people afford it. Please Please eliminate corruption its my humble request…

  14. VOICE of PPP..!!!
    Actually the problem is educated people in Pakistan are in surplus. Pakistan may not need more educated people. First we should create jobs for unemployeds then there would be need for universities. so let them take rest and donot make even satisfactory allocations for them.

  15. actually Pakistan having a lot of crises such like a power sector or like a terrisom…………..
    these issues directly impose on a literacy rate of a country……….
    so i wud like to say we shud both guys will be like as a one united nation then inshallah our education sector will re again in progress………

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