Comparing educational achievements of India and Pakistan

As of 2010, there are 380 out of every 1000 Pakistanis age 15 and above who have never had any formal schooling. Of the remaining 620 who enrolled in school, 22 dropped out before finishing primary school, and the remaining 598 completed it. There are 401 out of every 1000 Pakistanis who made it to . . . → Read More: Comparing educational achievements of India and Pakistan

Tenth Grader Takes Education down Uncharted Territory

Meet Ghulam Qasim, known as Master Saab in Bhakkarwaala, a village comprising around 80 houses.

A matriculation level student, Qasim has been running the only school in his village, single-handedly, for more years than he spent at school himself.

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