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Title: Management of Pakistan higher education in emerging scenarios
Authors: Ijaz Ahmad Tatlah
Saeed, Muhammad
Sajlda Mukhtar
Zalar Iqbal, Muhammad
Keywords: Higher Education Commission Pakistan
Emerging Issues
Issue Date: 2011
Citation: Paper presented at 1st International Conference on Business Management, 5th – 6th January 2011, Lahore - Pakistan, 423-430.
Abstract: Purpose of the article is to analyzes and access the current status of higher education in Pakistan to examine emerging trends .The discussion concentrates on structure, access, quality, funding patterns, private enterprise and future prospects of higher education .It is argued that if quality does not match quantity, and the higher education sector fails to bring out enlightened, highly skilled, trained, motivated and ethically committed individuals ,the countries can not meet any of its development objectives .Findings of the study are to attract the brightest students towards social sciences in different paradigms and research ; funds have to be allocated for the higher education sector in the country .These emerging scenarios have given birth to some new issues.
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