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>DEVELOPMENT in education sector remains stagnant despite formation of seven education commissions and committees since independence and three others during the Pakistan regime, as none of their reports or recommendations has been implemented due to political tangles. (Full article)
Millions of public money were spent in the process of formulation of the reports, but no political governments took the initiative to implement the recommendations in fear of demonstrations by the opposition, say education ministry sources.
Every political government formed at least one education commission or committee during their tenure, but no report has been made public, let alone being implemented.
The seven education reports were submitted successively by the Qudrat-e-Khuda Commission-1972, Kazi Jafar Commission-1978, Dr Mazid Khan Commission-1983, Mofiz Uddin Education Commission-1988, Shamsul Haque Education Committee- 1997, Dr MA Bari Commission-2002 and Mohammad Moniruzzaman Mia Commission-2003.
Besides, during the Pakistan era, Sharif Commission-1959, Nur Khan Commission-1963 and Hamidur Rahman Commission-1966 were formed but none of their reports were implemented.

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