Education changes the destiny of nations
In today’s modern and developed era, if any country or nation wants to move forward and develop, then it is certain that its journey of development cannot continue without the acquisition of knowledge and promotion of knowledge.
Regarding World Education Day, the District President of Chirag Educational Welfare Society, Naeem Ullah, said in his message that unfortunately two and a half million children in Pakistan are still deprived of going to school.
Educating them is the most important and basic need of the hour. There is also a dire need for drastic measures regarding girls’ education.
Chirag Educational Welfare Society has been engaged in education in Torghar for the past three years. It is aimed at creating awareness regarding girls’ education in Torghar, and providing education to them, so that it can play a role in the development of Torghar in the future.
Unfortunately, Torghar is one of the backward district in Pakistan where the girl’s educational ratio is only 6% coming in the lowest ratio in Pakistan as well as in the world.
Pakistan has the second highest number of out-of-school children in the world after Nigeria, which is quite a concern.
Today’s era is the era of education and research, the era of science and technology. Recognition of human beings is possible only through education. If we want to develop, then we have to make education common and easy.
It is in that regard that government should take steps to improve the education sector so that socio-economic conditions can be better in all developing communities.