Why in Faisalabad Pakistan students prefer to go to other cities for higher Education?

Why in Faisalabad Pakistan students prefer to go to other cities for higher Education?

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Asked on September 25, 2017 in Education.
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Education system[edit]

The education system is monitored by the District Education Officer of the City District Government of Faisalabad.[158] The city government reports its findings to the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training and the Minister for Education. Funding is provided by the Government of Punjab, Pakistan, City District Government and the fees collected from schools. There are four levels of the education system in the city: Primary, Elementary, High and Higher Secondary Level. Primary level education is only compulsory.[159] There are a number of schools for the assistance of children with special needs.[160]

Public libraries and museums[edit]

There are two libraries that are open to the public: Allama Iqbal Library and Municipal Corporation Public Library. They are funded and regulated by the Government of Punjab, Pakistan under the service sector.[161]

  • Allama Iqbal Library is located on University Road, opposite the District Courts. The library is housed in the 1911-built colonial building originally named “Coronation Library” during the rule of the British Empire. In 2012, the building came under control of the Lyallpur Heritage Foundation[162] and the Punjab Archives and Libraries Department.[163]
  • Lyallpur Museum is located adjacent to the Allama Iqbal Library on University Road. It is a heritage museum and art gallery open to the public. The museum is primarily focused on regional history with a collection of artwork, artefacts and photographs.[164]
  • Municipal Library is located in Iqbal Park on Narwala Road, opposite the historical grounds of Dhobi Ghat.[165] The library has a large collection of books, a photo gallery and a conference centre. In 2011, the library underwent a renovation costing 40 million rupees.[166]
  • The Forest Library at the Punjab Forestry Research Institute (PFRI) is one of two specialist libraries, the other being in Lahore.[167] Opened in 1986, the research library is based at the Wildlife Research Center in Gatwala.[168]
Answered on November 1, 2017.
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