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Public Sector Education Institution’s Analysis: A Way Forward to Curtail Rural-Regional Education Accessibility Problems

Keywords: Rural Education, Higher Growth Rate, Policy Plans, Literacy Rate, Deprived Sub-Regions, Education Accessibility, Local Planning Agencies

Mehran University Research Journal of Engineering & Technology

Volume 33 ,  Issue 4

MIR AFTAB HUSSAIN   TALPUR,FAREED AHMED MEMON  ,BIR HUSSAIN KHAHRO  

Abstract

The availability of accessible educational facilities is essential for the better rural education. However, because of the huge population, lack of resources and absence of proper policy plans; the distance between educational facilities and rural communities is mounting as time progresses. These sorts of problematic circumstances put damaging effects on education standards and become responsible for the declining literacy rate. Hence, the goal of this research is to investigate the lack of educational institutions with respect to indigenous standards. Therefore, in this study, the dearth of education institutions was determined for the one of the most deprived sub-regions of Pakistan, i.e. Badin. The data were collected through observations, questionnaire survey, and from secondary sources, like census report and other pertinent public sector documents. The outcome of this study can be taken as an input to develop policy plans, targeting the education accessibility issues of backward communities. This research could show a guiding-path to local planning agencies, as these can come-up with the policy plans to trounce the education accessibility issues from the bucolic sub-regions of developing countries