Dr. Ishtiaq Hussain, Dr. Muhammad Naseer-ud-Din

Year:    2011
Category:    Quality Education
Source:   ICQI 2011 – Pakistan`s 12th International Convention on Quality Improvement & 2nd ANQ Regional Conference

Publisher:   PIQC Institute of Quality

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INTRODUCTION

Kohat University, Kohat

ABSTRACT

Education is the sole key to progress. All the progress and development in the world is only due to education. It is one of the areas in which a high participation rate of population is very important for socio-economic development. Unfortunately this participation rate is very low in Pakistan and especially women have been lagging behind in this area. This is progress generally true of all under developed countries. Females are more than half the total population and constitute 53% of the total manpower of the country. A country with low participation rate of education can not face the challenges of the 21st century. The current problems of the country like over population, poverty, pollution, drugs, shortage of energy and food and many others can be solved by imparting quality
education to the people. It is education which leads the way to progress and development. Quality education of women’s is so important because it has implications for the younger generation. Napoleon once said, “Give me good mothers and 1 will give you a good nation”. It is only through education whether formal lagging manpower poverty, pollution achievement quality uneducated randomly structured or informal that women can be trained to be good mothers. How their education will affect their children’s personality and development is an important issue. The main objectives of the study were (a) to identify the effects of mother education on achievement level of the children.(b) to find out if low achievement level of children was due to lack of education on their Mothers’ part.(c ).to identify the differences in attitude of children of educated and uneducated mothers.(4) to identify the problems that may occur due to lack of education among mothers. All the students of 10th class of Govt. Schools in Kohat city, and all teachers teaching in their schools, and all heads of secondary schools comprised the population of the study. Four Government Secondary Schools of Kohat city were chosen as sample. Two boys and two girls schools were
included as sample of the study. Twenty five students were randomly selected from each school, making the total number of sample 100. Thirty two teachers from the sample schools were randomly chosen for the study. Heads of all the four schools were formed the sample. Three instruments were used for the study. A questionnaire was constructed for students of 10th class. Another questionnaire was developed for the teachers .A structured interview was scheduled and developed to obtain the opinions of the heads of the institutions. Data was collected through
interviews and questionnaires. Data was tabulated and analyzed on percentage basis.