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Mirpurkhas position holders dissatisfied with education system

MIRPURKHAS, Aug 31: Position holders in Intermediate examinations of the Mirpurkhas board have expressed their complete dissatisfaction with the present education system in the country.

They said if they got any chance of higher education abroad, they would avail it in the very first instance, with most of them plan to return after getting the degree.

We interviewed the most brilliant students in the area, after the announcement of results by the Mirpurkhas Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (MBISE) the other day.

All the position-holders were unanimous in rejecting the present system of education as well as the quality of education, and wanted to leave the country in search of knowledge.

When asked what if the quality education in advanced studies is available in the country, they said they still prefer to go abroad.

Chandra Bai Meghwar of Umerkot, who secured first position in the Intermediate pre-medical group, wanted to become a neurosurgeon.

Her first priority, she said, is to get the degree from a foreign university.

Mashal of Sanghar, also a position holder in pre-engineering group, joins Chandra by

saying her priority too is to leave the country for further studies.

However, majority of the topers said they would return to Pakistan as foreign-qualified doctors, engineers or professionals and serve their own people "who needed them the most.

"I would serve my country despite opportunity of permanent settlement in a foreign country, said Kunan Kumar from Mithi, who got second position in the pre-engineering group.

The views of these students show a dangerous trend of sagging confidence of the people in our education and indicate the plight of the nation in case of brain drain in the future.

When we brought to the notice of the MBISE chief the views of these students, he stressed the need for student counselling.

"There is a dire need for student counselling at the school and the college levels so that

students be informed about their future course of studies," he said. The news
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