Imparting education or minting money


Pakistans economy mostly depends on World Bank and IMF loans. Our rupee is around Rs107 to a dollar while the value of Indias currency is twice as good as ours.


Even where the standard of education and educating the nation is concerned, we are far behind India.


An expo guide for shaping the future was held recently, inviting expecting students for registration.


However, the tuition fees for academic year 2014-15 was Rs700,000. Only the rich could afford such a large amount. Most of the children returned home disappointed.


In fact, it is not the World Bank or the IMF which keeps our country mortgaged for all times to come but also world-reputed financial institutions which do so.

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