If you want to know the future of any nation in the world, then check its quality of education. Nations that prioritize education have proved their mettle over time, but where education has been left behind, decline has become the destiny of those nations, and in our case, according to Hakim-ul-Alam, something like this has happened: The caravan’s heart was pounding. ” ۔ The field of higher education is the real basis of the future of any nation and the strength of the economy of the country, but whenever this field is sacrificed experiences and interests, not only this sector sinks but also the hope of a better future sinks and the economy of that country. Done. For a long time now, the higher education sector in the country has been facing tests due to governmental and non-governmental attitudes. The six years from 2002 to 2008 are when the growth of higher education in Pakistan was at its peak. This was the case when the Higher Education Commission was set up by the University Grants Commission in 2002 and Dr. Ata-ur-Rehman was appointed its first founding chairman. Former President General (retd) Pervez Musharraf’s role in the country’s politics may be disputed, but the establishment of the HEC from the UGC was the right decision to give our young generation the iron with the best educational opportunities. , By making a commitment to research and exploration can make gold There were, and now there are, but the only condition for that was that the HEC should be run in the same way as the founding chairman and the then government did with dedication, justice and merit. During the tenure of Dr. Atta-ur-Rehman, the budget of the universities was greatly increased, many private universities were established and the culture of education and research was born in them in a proud, glorious and glorious manner. Whether it was a public university or a private one, new opportunities were created for the promotion of higher education.
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Over time, a change of government, or perhaps an “undemocratic” change of government, led to the rise of the PPP, the autonomy of the provinces, the passage of the 18th Amendment, and the tug-of-war between the federation and the provinces over higher education. The departments that look after the higher education of the provinces and their clerk mafia have started the practice of earning a living by considering the universities as golden sparrows. Not only the heads of private institutions but also the heads and officers of public universities have been blackmailed by their unlimited powers to make a fortune, as evidenced by the history of higher education and the thousands of files that have been withheld. Addiction is not a good thing and it is not easy to avoid its destruction. The habit of bribery has also destroyed institutions and this destruction is still going on. Private universities across the country have been the victims of this scourge, although private universities have a stack of more than 50% in the field of higher education. There are holders. If this were not the case, fifty percent of Pakistani youth would be left uneducated, which could have a devastating effect on the country’s economy. Perhaps a patriotic Pakistani would shudder at the thought of this. How can I ignore the role of these young people who came to the fore after studying in these private universities but the forerunners of the development of the country and the nation. Files never go from one office to another, in the meantime if the file is not wheeled and for the sake of respect for merit, keep hoping that they will get approval tomorrow if not today, then this hope will never be fulfilled.
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When the problems of private universities went too far and could not be solved far and wide, in early 2020, private universities across the country formed a forum from the platform of the Association of Private Sector Universities Pakistan (APSP) to Make a concerted effort to solve your legitimate problems. Through this platform, the responsibility of 86 universities (and their 31 sub-campuses) approved by the Higher Education Commission has been placed on the shoulders of Raqim Al-Huroof. ‘AppSup’ as soon as you take responsibility Presented its Charter of Demand to the government, the most important point of which was to consult the 50% stakeholder private sector in its life and death decisions, not to consider this sector as a herd of sheep and goats which cost billions and trillions of rupees. The state has become an equal partner and partner in the dream and construction of a great future for the nation. In addition, it was appealed to the government to provide a roof over the cases circulating in various departments and offices from year to year, ie to facilitate one-window operation instead of a mechanism like meaningless, wasteful and useless exercise. Eliminate policies that are deteriorating rather than promoting a culture of research. Special grants for deserving students should also be given to private universities so that they can study in a private university if they want to. Recognizing the services of private universities, the government sponsors them Let him consider himself a partner, friend and helper in the sacred mission of promoting education and not an adversary. Approval cases have been stuck in government offices for years and the punishment for this delay should be given to private universities. Where is the justice, this should not be the case. The autonomy of private universities should be taken care of like public, they should be given decision making power for the betterment of the country, HEC should provide equal opportunities to private universities in research, travel, conferences, workshops and grants. Committees should be formed to deal with issues that have been unresolved for many years, including stakeholders. They should be empowered to make decisions for the betterment of the country. HEC should provide equal opportunities to private universities in research, travel, conferences, workshops and grants. Committees should be formed to deal with issues that have been unresolved for many years, including stakeholders. They should be empowered to make decisions for the betterment of the country. HEC should provide equal opportunities to private universities in research, travel, conferences, workshops and grants. Committees should be formed to deal with issues that have been unresolved for many years, including stakeholders.
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At the government level, a very good response was received immediately on the appeal of AppSup and Punjab Minister for Higher Education Raja Yasir Humayun assured assistance on every issue and advisory committees were also formed. Governor Punjab Chaudhry Muhammad Sarwar’s attitude was also kind and sympathetic. Understood the problems of private universities and ordered that no file be withheld for more than a week but after a long sigh and sadly let it be said that despite all these the private sector clerk is in the grip of the mafia which is the 18th amendment. Then there was the new Pampa in the early days of provincial autonomy. Look at the courage and fortitude of the mafia that those good sentiments and positive instructions have been thrown in the trash. Have said