Denizens of alien worlds: a study of education, inequality and polarization in Pakistan
This book links educational policies and practices in Pakistan with the socio-economic stratification in Pakistani society. It gives new facts about the economic realities of educational institution linking them with the values and ideas of their students and faculty towards militarism,
religious minorities and gender issues.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
5 other sections not shown
academics Aga Khan University Ahl-i-Hadith Ahmed Ahmedis Annexure armed forces Baloch Balochistan Barelvi British bureaucracy cadet colleges Cadet Colleges/Public Schools cent Christians cost per student created Dars-i-Nizami Deobandi Education Policy elite elitist English-medium schools elitist schools English schools enrollment ethnic examination faculty federal Give equal rights given government schools Govt higher education Hindus India Islamabad Islamic Jamaat-i-Islami Jihadi groups Kaiser Bengali Karachi Kashmir Khan Lahore language lecturers madrassa students madrassas medium of instruction medium schools Militancy and Tolerance military Moreover Muslims National non-elitist number of students NWFP officers Pakistan Pakistan's priorities Pashto Peaceful means percentages points private universities professor provincial public universities Punjab Quaid-i-Azam University Rahman Rawalpindi refuting religious minorities rupees salaries Shia Sindh social Source survey Table Take Kashmir taught teaching Textbook Board tuition fees ulema upper middle class Urdu Western women Ziaul
All Book Search results »