November 2019

The Living Standards of Pakistan

By |2020-07-05T19:43:43+05:00November 5th, 2019|Pakistan Affairs, Social Thoughts|

In the 2018 elections, the PTI established a government in the centre and in a few provinces on the name of change. There was a manifesto of the Party was to create Naya Pakistan. However, after being in the centre around a year and a half, it doesn’t change a lot. A few days ago, I was in the market to buy something vegetables and fruits, however, everything is so expensive. The vegetables are twice or thrice as compare to previous prices. Is this being the change the manifesto of the party promised? Now, the question arises that how the poor can feed their children. The ones who earn only a small amount of money. How a person can educate their children. There are many problems in the country but making dozens of taxes on poor people and shutting the public and private industry sectors. Was it the PTI promised? [...]

October 2019

Pakistan is Failing to Utilize the Potential of a Massive Youth

By |2020-07-05T19:28:45+05:00October 26th, 2019|Current Affairs, Education, Pakistan Affairs|

Pakistan - a country with 60 per cent of the youth population, which is less than thirty-year-old, and most of them are unemployed. In the 2000s, during the period of the Musharraf as a President, took the initiative to educate more and more people. He launched many technical institutes, but, now all in vain. There are many reasons behind all of this phenomenon a significant purpose is an economic shift. The change of government laid a massive effect on society. There are millions of students enrolled in training institutes. The TEVTA (Technical Education & Vocational Training Authority) is working in Pakistan, which trains the massive influx of youth, since its creation. However, a skilled one is useless if he is not needed in the industry. It is estimated that during the last decade, around 30 million students enrolled in TEVTA affiliated colleges. They offer programs of many duration; one, three, [...]

Why does the Poverty Alleviation Program fail in Pakistan?

By |2020-07-05T19:31:37+05:00October 21st, 2019|Economic issues, Online Earning, Pakistan Affairs, Social Thoughts|

Many programs were initiated by different leaders to alleviate poverty from Pakistan; but, none of them has to change the financial status of the state. There are many reasons for it. In the 1960s, if the financial position of the country wasn't prosperous, albeit it wasn't insignificant debt trap. She gave a loan of $8 million to Germany, however, how it plunged into a debt trap. During the early years, the economic position of Pakistan was neither good nor bad. After independence from British Raj, it was time to excel in all parts of life without any constraint of any religion. But the politicians didn't make it happen. Benazir Income Support Programme The PPP introduced the Benazir Income Support Programme; it is still operational, but it does not address all the inhabitants of Pakistan. If we see from one point of view, it helps to feed the poor, albeit it [...]

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