According to Wikipedia article “Education in Pakistan”, Pakistan still has a low literacy rate relative to other countries. As of 2016 Pakistan’s literacy rates range from 82% in Islamabad to 23% in the Torghar District. Literacy rates vary by gender and region. In tribal areas female literacy is 9.5%, while Azad Kashmir has a literacy rate of 74%. Pakistan’s population of children not in school (22.8 million children) is the second largest in the world after Nigeria. According to the data, Pakistan faces a significant unemployment challenge, particularly among its educated youth, with over 31% of them being unemployed. Moreover, women account for 51% of the overall unemployed population, highlighting a gender disparity in employment opportunities. Pakistan produces about 445,000 university graduates and 25,000 to 30,000 computer science graduates per year as of 2021.
ALA Online School brings the opportunity to students (girls and boys) living in any part of Pakistan (especially non-urban areas) to complete their education online with ALA Online School, and if they want to, still obtain Metric (9-10 grades) or Inter (11-12 grades) Certificate from their local public schools.
Students who attend Madrassah (Islamic Seminary) to obtaining Islamic Education, can have the option to also complete High School (9th-12th grades) or just Intermediate (11th-12th grades) with an American High School Diploma. ALA’s digital courses are easily edited and adjusted to cater to the culture of the country.
If you would like to speak to our Student Counselor for Academic Advice (in Pakistan), send an email to Miss. Shadab at: email@example.com