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Future of education in rural areas it can be offensive.

Problems of Education in Rural Areas include:

Future of education in rural areas it can be offensive.
  • Girls school deficit availability
  • Physical distance of students to school.
  • Difficulty finding teachers interested in relocating.
  • Building Structure or availability of building .
  • No facilities of Sports for physical exercise for kids in different areas.
  • continuous and careful thought for area location.
  • Poor internet connection and in some areas have not reach out.
  • Poverty .

What is meant by education? How can children be better educated?
Future of education in rural areas it can be offensive and all above mentioned factors and below are directly affect.
Educators required to be having to do with the creation and development of economic Physical distance of Students to School City to remain stable or fixed in a state may reasonably expect to be able to walk their kids to school but in rural areas this is frequently impossible. Catchment areas can be very large, making it absolutely essential to arrange a ride to school.

Time spent on school buses may easily be counted in the hours per day, while depending on those buses can often mean limited access to after-school activities and sports. whenever many areas are in rural side no facilities of buses students arranged their own carriage or borrow ever students travel pedestrian. Studies have linked long bus times to lowered educational outcomes.
Too difficult for pedestrian in out back.

But what can be done for education in rural areas?

The most direct solution would be to build more schools in order to shrink ride times, but in reality, rural schools are being shut down and bus rides are getting even longer.

Not only do these drive times hurt grades and after-school activities, they also make it harder to get extra help. Tutor offers in-home and online. online tutoring very rare in Pakistan rural areas, one-on-one tutoring to combat this common problem facing rural schools, but other sources of support can be difficult to access due to distance.

Teacher hiring.

Indeed hiring in general is difficut to accomplish in rural areas, for fields extending far education.

In many urban areas, there is a glut of talented teachers but not enough jobs available to employ them. In rural areas, though, it can be extremely difficult to attract great teachers.

Rural life isn’t for everyone, and a life that’s simpler can seem to some people like a life that’s “less than”.

Many services such as health care can be harder to obtain, there may be fewer cultural attractions compared to big cities — the list of reasons why teachers may be discourage from applying for educational jobs in rural areas can be long.

In reality, rural life and rural teaching offer a great many benefits one can never find in big cities, including an environment that’s cleaner cheaper real estate plus a strong sense of community.

Perceptions can be hard to fight, though, which can leave rural schools struggling to find staff. The usual approach is to offer higher pay or better side benefits, but this can often be difficult to afford.

Spotty Internet access

People in big cities take broadband Internet access for granted. Not only is it fairly easy to sign up for fast access, people in cities are frequently spoiled for choice. Pakistan however, is still experiencing a digital divide, with, by some measures, more than a third of rural residents lacking access to broadband Internet.

Lack of poor connection internet can drastically affect education in rural areas.

Not only does it make it hard for many teachers to employ digital resources such as YouTube in the classroom, but employing learning management systems such as Moodle can sometimes be impossible.

In many areas digital submissions of homework and assignments can be hard. Also rendered unavailable by slow Internet access are the vast opportunities for digital learning, eBooks, and the ability to collaborate online. Even basic software like Google Docs can be a struggle for rural schools to take advantage of.
So many School teacher and student don’t know about technology facilities.

Efforts are still being made to expand access to broadband in some rural areas, but progress is this facilities only for college and University students


Nowhere is free of poverty, but rates of unemployment, malnutrition and poverty are markedly higher in rural areas than in urban areas. Due to poverty ratio drop out enrollment increasing day by day . However impact directly regularity of students. In the age of nine to twelve poor guardian wants they earned and support them .

Unlike cities, though, where high population density tends to make poverty more visible, it can be much harder to see in rural areas, which makes it harder to to deal with and attempt to overcome problems

Schools frequently have programs to help, for instance providing meals to children in need, but given the large geographic areas in many rural school districts, it’s not unusual for teachers to not know how their students are living.

Teachers need to be entrepreneurial

A little-known fact about rural areas in Pakistan they have a much higher rate of entrepreneurialism.

Perhaps the result of a different mindset or the difficulty in obtaining services .many people in rural areas are just used to getting things done themselves. This extends to education as well.

A teacher with a willingness to jump in and get things done will do far better in rural areas than a teacher who is used to being hemmed-in by a bureaucracy.Another major reason political influence they recruit teacher through different sources,or transfer terms applied from bureaucracy.In such savere pressure how a teacher perform .

How can a teacher manage where students enrollment above one hundred In one class room, nothing possible to teach seven subject
Overall condition of Pakistan education system same but in Sindh province existing in high degree Wherever interference of recommendation and corruption. World Bank Asian Bank are collaboration with Pakistan and with different INGo ,NGO
But still Pakistan education level have not increase.62% percent population lives in rural areas .58% literacy ratio in rural areas . out of these figure above mentioned
15% percent can read and write .So far we still need to take steps for better education system in rural areas other Wise migration of people continues for quality education and decreasing poverty it cause affect dangerous for urban areas.

Ghulam Mustafa

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  1. Benazir

    Very informative article

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