The Need to Imbue Career Education in Curricula: A Critical Review of National Education Policy of Pakistan

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Juniper Publishers
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Journal Article
Citation:
Psychology and Behavioral Science International Journal (PBSIJ), 2017, 5 (2)
Issue Date:
2017-07-01
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National Educational Policy (NEP) Pakistan, is the primary source and baseline for the education systems in Pakistan. It has an objective to serve the education industry in a way that all the education sections may work on same standards confirming uniformity in education. It is released by the Ministry of Education (MoE) Pakistan and organized by the advice of the federating units of the government, civil society, universities, officers of MoE and provincial/area education departments, education managers, specialists, academia, teachers, students, parents, and a host of stakeholders including Higher Education Commission, NAVTEC, IED-AKU, AEPAM, PM&DC & PEC etc. Its review process was commenced back in 2005 and first paper was finalized in March 2007. The official document comprises of nine chapters and it served as a base line for the development of educational advancements that are exasperated due to the contests and international challenges.
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