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Table 5.1: Main Education Indicators of Pakistan, 2002

Year

 

2002

Figure 5.1: Percentage Distribution of Literate Population which has Not Yet Completed Primary Education by Age Group and Gender (Census 1998)

Literacy Rate (10+)

50.5

 

Rural

30.0

 

Urban

70.0

 

Male

63.0

 

Female

38.0

Net Primary Enrollment Rate

65.0

Total Education Budget (Rs. Billion)

73.745

% of GDP

2.0

Economic Survey of Pakistan 2001-2002, Economic Advisors Wing, Finance Division, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad

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Table 5.2: Literacy and Enrollment Ration by Sex, Pakistan, 1951 to 1998

Census Year

Literacy Ratio

Enrollment Ratio

 

Male

Female

Male

Female

1951*

19.2

12.2

14.4

2.5

1961*

26.9

8.2

20.8

5.8

1971*

30.2

11.6

27.8

10.5

1981

35.1

16.0

19.9

10.0

1998

54.8

32.0

41.19

30.35

* Enrollment figures are taken from Economic Survey of Pakistan of corresponding years

Pakistan Census Report, (Several Years), Pakistan Census Organization, Islamabad

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Table 5.3: Number of Institutions, Enrollment and Teachers by Educational Levels in Pakistan, 2001-02

 

2001-2002

Figure 5.2: Population that has not Completed Primary Level by Gender and Age Group (Census 1998)

Educational Level

Institution

Enrollment

Teachers

Primary

169,087

19,921,232

345,457

Middle

19,180

4,278,392

99,098

Secondary

13,108

1,795,444

66,522

Higher Secondary

682

86,674

16,731

Sec. Vocational

498

88,000

6,582

Colleges

789

956,468

33,325

Universities

68

1,100,000

6,000

Information Technology

27

22058

337

Economic Survey of Pakistan 2001-2002, Economic Advisors Wing, Finance Division, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad

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Table 5.4: Construction Facilities in Schools by Different Education Levels and Urban/Rural, Pakistan, 1999-2000

 

% Schools Without Building

% Rented Buildings

% Kacha

 

Urban

Rural

Total

Urban

Rural

Total

Urban

Rural

Total

Mosque

28.7

25.6

25.9

24.8

2.9

5.9

5.4

12.6

11.8

Primary

6.9

10.8

10.4

12.8

3.9

4.8

12.6

10.8

11.0

Middle

2.9

3.8

3.6

59.3

56.3

57.7

3.3

4.2

4.5

High

2.1

1.0

1.4

4.5

0.4

1.5

1.8

3.7

2.5

High Sec.

0.0

0.7

0.3

0.4

0.0

0.1

2.5

8.0

6.5

Note: Data is of public institutions only

Pakistan School Education Statistics 1999-2000, National Education Management Information System, Ministry of Education, Islamabad

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Table 5.5: Physical Facilities in Schools by Different Education Levels and Urban/Rural, Pakistan, 1999-2000

 

% Schools Without Electricity

% Without Drinking Water

% Without Latrine

 

Urban

Rural

Total

Urban

Rural

Total

Urban

Rural

Total

Mosque

69.1

84.3

82.1

33.4

40.8

40.1

55.4

73.5

71.6

Primary

47.9

77.5

74.6

26.2

38.5

37.3

37.2

59.9

57.7

Middle

22.7

44.0

41.2

15.1

21.4

20.6

26.0

45.8

43.3

High

9.1

17.6

15.3

6.4

10.0

9.0

11.6

38.3

31.0

High Sec.

5.4

8.1

7.1

2.8

5.7

4.6

5.1

10.7

8.6

Note: Data is of public institutions only

Pakistan School Education Statistics 1999-2000, National Education Management Information System, Ministry of Education, Islamabad

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Table 5.6: Number of Institutions and % Female Institutions by Education Level, Pakistan 1947-48 to 1999-00

 

Primary Schools

Middle Schools

Secondary Schools

Arts & Science Colleges

Professional Colleges

Universities

Year

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

 

1947-48

8,413

18.4

2,190

7

454

18.1

40

12.5

 

 

2

1949-50

9,411

16.9

2,134

8

528

21.6

46

19.6

19

10.5

2

1954-55

14,162

17.5

1,517

12.9

837

22.5

77

24.7

24

 

4

1959-60

17,901

18.2

1,974

14.2

1,169

20.4

126

25.4

40

7.5

4

1964-65

24,933

32.2

2,701

21.8

1,767

24.1

225

27.6

44

6.8

6

1969-70

24,938

44.8

3,560

24.2

2,185

30.7

290

29.3

69

7.2

7

1974-75

51,744

30.3

4,713

26.9

3,199

28.5

361

26.6

83

9.6

10

1979-80

57,220

31.1

5,233

26.9

3,500

28.8

430

27.4

99

8.1

15

1984-85

73,812

29.2

6,132

29.6

4,920

27.5

467

32.8

99

8.1

21

1989-90

118,607

23

7,161

31.1

6,805

31.9

575

36.5

99

8.1

22

1994-95

139,634

30.1

12,571

44.2

10,000

33.2

669

33.6

167

6

25

1999-00

162,521

36.1

18,435

44.2

13,211

36.4

889

40.3

324

4.6

26

50 Years of Pakistan, Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad

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Table 5.7: Number of Teachers and % Female Teachers by Education Level, Pakistan 1947-48 to 1999-00

 

Primary Schools

Middle Schools

Secondary Schools

Arts & Science Colleges

Professional Colleges

Universities

Year

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

Total

% Female

1947-48

17,800

13.5

12,000

6.7

6,800

11.8

 

 

 

 

 

 

1949-50

19,900

12.6

12,100

8.3

8,000

13.7

 

 

 

 

 

 

1954-55

35,500

16.3

10,700

14

12,700

18.1

 

 

 

 

 

 

1959-60

44,800

18.8

13,000

14.6

18,300

21.3

 

 

 

 

382

8.1

1964-65

75,900

22

22,100

21.3

29,200

21.9

5,432

26.3

1,239

14.1

1,265

5.7

1969-70

92,000

27.2

31,500

24.4

37,600

26.9

7,950

29.8

1,737

13

1,373

8.7

1974-75

125,500

33.8

43,500

29.4

53,600

29.7

9,635

27.4

2,624

18.3

2,195

11.8

1979-80

140,900

33.9

51,400

29

66,600

30.2

12,077

28.4

3,563

14.5

3,068

10.8

1984-85

179,000

31.8

57,400

29.6

82,700

30.6

19,951

36.7

3,884

16.2

3,589

14.2

1989-90

280,900

30

77,100

36.1

148,900

29.3

17,347

33.3

4,506

18.9

5,001

14.5

1994-95

334,000

34.3

86,400

44.4

184,300

36.6

22,025

36.1

6,650

20.4

5,316

17.7

1999-00

366,400

34.7

91,500

48.4

165,000

33.5

27,662

38.1

9,043

19.5

5,914

19.9

50 Years of Pakistan, Federal Bureau of Statistics, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad

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Figure 5.3: Dropout Rates for the Cohort Aged 15-19 Years By Gender and Class (PIHS, 1998-99)

 

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