The education system in Pakistan still suffers form problems like low public spending and poverty.
The poor conditions of public schools in Pakistan leads to most parents keeping their kids specially the females form going out. A vast majority of the women in rural areas are involved in house hold work and in agricultural activities as unpaid family work.
Some people think that women are better at domestic chores than being involved in social matters, yet I firmly believe that gender equality benefits society in many ways.
The impact of changes on women’s role in society has been hotly debated in recent times.
(Pakistan: Country Gender Profile, July2008, Jica, SDPI,,https://go.jp/pakistan/english/office/others/pdf/CGP_01.pdf).
From studies carried out in Pakistan education was highlighted as one of the major reasons for the gap between male and female workers.GENDER EQUALITY IN PAKISTAN Women representation in business management has been the focus of public debates for years.But in Pakistan this has only recently started to occur.And this has become a challenging topic in the recent times.A higher ratio of female workers with in the firm will result in increased firm value, productivity and profitability.Laws have been made in the past years to allow women to work but the lack of awareness and old customs stop the numbers from growing.In the recent years women involved in the work force have increased in number but their voices are never heard on debates.For example, a recent IMF data shows that the number of female CEOs in advanced nations is only 20% of the workplace compared to those of males.Furthermore, the percentage of women involved in the leading level of posts in developing countries are merely seen.In todayâ€™s world, the work force in most countries gives opportunities for women as much as they give for men.In European culture gender diversity is taken as a value-driver in organizational strategy and corporate governance.