While elementary education determines the contours of life pursuits of an individual, higher secondary education determines the manner and measure of an individual’s performance as a citizen and a contributor to the economy both, for the individual and state benefits.
The Education in Sindh requires young students to make early choices for the future career from the streams of science (further divided into biology, chemistry Physics) and computer science, arts, commerce and home economics (for girls only).
The historical examination of educational policies indicate the college education has been in area of neglect in the sector despite its significance in relation to providing a skilled work force.
The National Education Policy (NEP) 2009 identified two major shortcomings (a) The narrow base that leaves a large number of young people out of the system (b) Poor quality of skills produced by the system.
The College Education Department was declared an independent department on 23th October 2016 and separated from the School and Literacy Department.
Out of these 297 colleges, 139 are in Karachi Division, 56 in Hyderabad Division, 18 in Mirpurkhas Division, 31 in Sukkur Division,24 in Larkana Division and 28 in Shaheed Benizarabad Division. Out of which 128 are for women, 123 for men and 46 are to co-education colleges.
There are 6 regional directors and Directorate General of Colleges. College Education Department, Government of Sindh introduced Sindh Electronic Centralized College Admission Program. seccap or cap 2019 online form for admissions in Government Colleges of Karachi is available on the official seccap website.
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