The education system in Sindh has collapsed. Why the government does not look into the matter seriously, as it direly needs to improve.
In Sindh, the education system has collapsed because government teachers are least interested in teaching. They just visit schools and colleges for a fun and are not willing to educate the new generation. They’re pride peacocks as being government employees, so it’s not their headache what pupils want; they just want some income to feed their family.
The government sector teachers believed that they’re not capable of instructing and educating their child as compared to the private sector. What’s the fault of those poor people who cannot afford their kids’ education in the private sector? I felt ashamed while being an eyewitness to those teachers who are not able to teach their own child to get credit of being a teacher and a parent too. They’ve some doubt on their own credibility and having a lack of knowledge – it’s a bitter truth and reason.
On the contrary, the students enrolled at government schools are brilliant and have capacity to grasp basic things quickly, but the teachers are busy bee with parlance and haven’t enough time to teach them or give them wings to fly.
On the other hand, private schools have divided a single subject into three portions – English Grammar, English Composition and English General. Do private sector schools think that minor children can understand those things, which are of high level? Why these schools are exerting pressure on the children to read twelve subjects in four and five standard!
I cannot understand the current situation of the education system. The education system in Sindh has collapsed. Why the government does not look into the matter seriously, as it direly needs to improve.