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ERIC Number: ED505930
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2009-Jul-17
Pages: 10
Abstractor: As Provided
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The Impact of Talibanization on the Education of IDP's in N. W. F. P. Pakistan
Akhtar, Sajjad Hayat
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The study looked into a descriptive research to evaluate the impact of talibanization on the education of IDP's in NWFP (Pakistan). The study has defined the needs, problems and opportunities, contribution of NGO's and emerging trends of IDP's regarding maddrassa education/ general education. The main focus of the study was the needs and contribution of NGO's towards the development of IDP's education. Data was collected through survey and questionnaire. Main objectives of the study were to determine the needs, problems, opportunities, contribution of NGO's towards the development of IDP's education and emerging trends of IDP's. The following results were made by the researcher in the light of analysis of the data. Majority of the IDP's students suffer inferiority complex due to displacement. Majority of the students were not satisfied with the camps teachers; in addition books were not available for students. Further; AV aids were not being used comprehensively in camps for the motivation of student. There were no recreation and games facilities in camps as well in schools. In adequacy and leakage of funds was also found. Majority of the respondents were not satisfied with the NGO's role. The respondents were not in favour of talibanization. Majority of the respondents were in favour of army control. Majority of respondents stated that Taliban were responsible for such a terrible situation. Majority of the respondents were satisfied with the behaviour of school staff. Lack of provision of guidance and counselling was also noticed. As for as objectives of the study were concerned, they were: (1) To identify the needs of IDP's in NWFP; (2) To find out the problems faced by IDP's; (3) To determine the opportunities of education for IDP's in camps/ schools; (4) To point out the contribution of NGO's / Govt. towards the development of IDP's education; and (5) To know the emerging trends of IDP's regarding maddressa education / general education evaluate the prevailing problems, opportunities and emerging trends of IDP's towards maddrassa / general education. Education as it has been rightly said by philosophers is not the name of particular activity or process. So education has always been very highly valued and has been a major force behind the social and cultural life of every society. The following hypotheses were drawn to be tested by the present study: (1) There is no significant difference in the status of education in their permanent residential areas as well as in camps / schools; (2) There is no significant difference in the problems / issues of education in their permanent residential areas as well as in schools/ camps; and (3) There is no significant difference in the scope and opportunities of education in their residential areas as well as in camps / schools. Data was collected through survey and questionnaire. Self assessment questionnaire was administered on sampled IDP's students in district Mardan from primary to secondary level. Total camps, govt. schools and IDP's were taken as a population of the study. In June 2009 totals no of (495) govt. primary middle and high school in Mardan district of NWFP were taken as population no 1. In the period of study total no of (2) camps were taken as a population no. 2. 19172 IDP's students were taken as a population no. 3. Govt. school, camps and IDP's students total population 1, 2 and 3 were taken as a sample 1, 2 and 3 i.e. 30%, 100%, and 30% respectively. A bibliography is included.
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
Education Level: Elementary Education; Elementary Secondary Education; High Schools; Secondary Education
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: Pakistan