ایجوویژن نے طلبہ و طالبات کے کیریئر کی پلاننگ کے لیے معاشرتی حالات ، تعلیمی نظام ، کام کے مواقع اور جاب مارکیٹ کو پیش نظر رکھ کر ایک قابل عمل اور جامع کیریئر پلاننگ پروگرام متعارف کروایا ہے
اس سیکشن میں پاکستان کے کالجوں ، یونیورسٹیوں اور دیگر پروفیشنل تعلیمی اداروں میں پڑھائے جانے والے تمام کورسز کی مکمل پروفائل حاصل کر سکتے ہیں ۔ ان معلومات کو روزانہ اپ ڈیٹ کیا جاتا ہے
ایجوویژن تازہ ، بروقت اور تیز ترین معلومات کی فراہمی پر یقین رکھتا ہے ۔ طلبہ و طالبات ، والدین اور اساتذہ کو آسان اور فوری معلومات تک رسائی کے لیے تمام تر معلومات کو آن لائن فراہم کیا گیا ہے ۔
Pakistan has 2,45,578 institutions (Primary schools to University) with 3,09,04,000+ students. In Pakistan, students will have opportunity to experience both modernity and tradition.
Whether you are a local student or overseas Pakistani, Pakistani institutions are the best place for you to study. Pakistani institutions are delivering at their best. You need not to go to other countries for quality education, and why should you, when you can get the best education at very low cost, living inside your own country. Pakistani instructions are making history as these are making their marks in the top ranked universities of the world.
The quality of the education and teaching staff at Pakistani Universities offers a world of opportunities to get the skills one will need to compete in the global market. Degrees granted by Pakistani Universities are recognized around the world.
After 2001 while University Grants Commission was restructured and renamed as Higher Education Commission (HEC), the higher education in Pakistan experienced a dramatic change and progress. HEC revised previous policies to make the educational system of Pakistan comparable to the international standards. The commission has conceived and implemented a number of programs for promotion and development of higher education in the country.
Students Ask Questions
Q: Who is eligible for study in Pakistan?
Practically everyone with the minimum required academic qualifications like 10+2, Graduation or Post Graduation is eligible for pursuing higher education in Pakistan. What you also need is the basic aptitude for the intended course of study and professional guidance and planning to succeed with your plans to study.
Q: How do I select the right program?
There are over 1000 institutions offering more than 1000 programs of study in Medicine, Engineering, Management, Arts, Science, Paramedical Sciences and a host of others, at various academic levels. Choosing the right program can be a bewildering task even to the most knowledgeable. Needless to say, this decision is going to make or mar your career. So, do it judiciously, with professional help from Eduvision.
Q: Is A level accepted by all institutions in Pakistan?
Yes, A’Level is accepted in all Pakistani Institutions with Equivalence Certificate. Pleas note that every student, who has studied from a non-Pakistani educational system (other than Matric and FSc), will have to get equivalence certificate. This certificate determines the qualification, group of study and equivalent marks in Pakistani system. So A’Level is accepted by institutions with equivalence certificate.
Q: Are Islamic Studies, Pakistan Studies and Urdu mandatory for education in Pakistan?
If a student is appearing in exams outside Pakistan [Physically] then Islamic studies, Pakistan studies and Urdu are not necessary to take But if he/she is appearing inside Pakistan then it is necessary to study Islamic studies, Pakistan studies and Urdu.
Q: Should a student go for FSc or A level after passing IGCSE exam?
If student scores good marks in IGCSE then it is better for him to go to A Level. But note that if he does A' Level then before getting admission to any of Pakistani educational institute he will have to get equivalence certificate from IBCC Islamabad.
Q: Is there a deduction of percentage from student's scores who has studied from any non-Pakistani educational system?
Yes, there is a deduction in marks of the students who have studied from any non-Pakistani educational system and from internal evaluation system, at the time of equivalence and this deduction is not concerned with the matter that whether she/he has passed the exam inside Pakistan or outside Pakistan.
Q: If entry test is based on Fsc. qualification then what happens to students who have done A levels. Do they need to prepare for the entry test?
Yes, one needs to prepare for entry test. The entry test mostly comprises of multiple choice questions.