OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
This study was based on following objectives:
- To analyze the situation of gender disparities in education at national and international level.
- To evaluate the outcome of formal and non-formal system of education in Pakistan
- To access the root causes of gender disparities in education in Pakistan
- To suggest the solution to minimize the gender disparities in education in Pakistan
This study was documentary research in nature. The number schools and enrollment of the Formal System of Education during the year 2001 to 2004 in Pakistan was considered. The enrollment of Nom- Formal System of Education during the year 1998-99 and 2004 from secondary to Ph.D level was considered. The data was analyzed in term of percentage and average.
Data was analyzed in term of percentage and average. The findings drawn out from the data analysis are given below.
It is evident form the table: 1 that during the years 2001-2004, the number of boys schools at primary level were 299641 with the average of 52% while the number of girls schools were 177121 with the average of 30.7%.At middle level, the number of boys schools were 27488 with the average of 25.2% while the girls schools were 25033 with the average of 23.01%. At high school level, number of boy’s schools was with the average of 41.2% while number of girl’s schools was 11244 with the average of 40.61%.
It is evident form the table: 2 that during the years 2001-2004, the enrollment of boys at primary level was 40216821 with the average of 59.01% while the enrollment of girls was 97933880 with the average of 40.98%.At middle level, the enrollment of boys was 9168817 with the average of 59.10% while the enrollment of the was 6355122 with the average of 40.89%. At high school level, enrollment of the boys was 3751574 with the average of 58.49% while enrollment of the girls was 2661384 with the average of 41.6%.