Pakistan has a population of about 200 million people, of whom about 52 million, are between the ages of 5 and 16. Pakistan's Constitution promises all of these children a free and compulsory education. The literacy rate in Pakistan for the age group of 10 years and older is 60 percent. Seventy per cent of male students are literate as compared to 49pc girls in the age group. The education system in Pakistan is divided into six levels: preschool, primary, middle, high (SSC), intermediate (HSSC), and university programs leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees. We assure you 100% marks for this Chapter in Board Exams and Entry Test which you have to pass for admission to engineering or medical disciplines. start doing these again and again.
All countries put numerous attention and resources to the education sector. No one can deny and refute the importance of a high literacy rate at the back of a brilliant performance of the nation. Countries which are believed to be developed, have a high literacy rate. With a high literacy rate, the country can cope with the fast changing world and ever developing technologies. There are countries who spend a good portion of their GDP or the Gross Domestic Product towards enhancement of education. South Koreans spends 8% of GDP on education and Pakistan spends about 2 percent of GDP on education.
Russia has the highest literacy rate in the world and the country spends some 4.9% of GDP on education. Canada follows it With an education expenditure of some 6.6% of GDP. Japan, Israel, USA, South Korea, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Finland and Australia trail in rank.