Pakistan, 14 Ağustos 1947de Hindistandan ayrılarak kurulan bir devlettir. Bu yıllardan itibaren hemen her hükümet değişikliğinde yükseköğretimi de kapsayan yeni eğitim politikaları belirlenmiş ve yeni planlamalar yapılmıştır. Hazırlanan bu politikalar zaman zaman reform niteliği de taşımıştır. Eğitim politikalarının uygulamalara yansıma biçimi ülke yöneticilerinin dünya görüşü doğrultusunda farklı biçimlerde olmuştur. Bu çalışmada kuruluştan günümüze Pakistanın yükseköğretim politikaları ve bunların uygulamaya yansımaları incelenmiştir.
Pakistan was a state established on August 14, 1947 with separation from India. From the beginning, new educational policies and plans including higher education was determined by almost all of the governments. These new policies were sometimes considered as reforms. Reflections of education policies and implementations varied over the time depending on the world-views of the leaders. In this paper, higher education policies and the implementations from its establishment to present time are discussed.
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