When Pakistan came into being it was only a piece of land with people with great belief, vision and the courage to stand strong. 14th August 1947 was the day when the great leader Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah founded Pakistan. His heroic struggles to form a separate Muslim state will always be remembered in history. Since 1947, Pakistan has taken one step ahead everyday for its progress. Although Pakistan is rich in its culture, tradition, minerals, and agriculture, the education system of Pakistan is still behind the curve.
Pakistan started its struggle from scratch with no schools, universities, hospitals, and libraries but now the literacy rate in Pakistan is 74 percent. Today, Pakistan is not only rich in its culture but it’s also rated among the top 10 travel destinations by Forbes. The beauty in Pakistan is unforgettable especially in Balochistan, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa (KPK), and Kashmir. People come from far and wide to explore the beauty of Pakistan and capture in their cameras to stay with these beautiful spots forever. At the start, Pakistan was a separate state with no relationship with other countries but now the Pak-China friendship is known all over the world. When the coronavirus outbreak hit China, it was Pakistan who supported them and helped to their best. China also has a great business and friendly relationship with Pakistan. Students in Pakistan travel to China for further studies and to grow their career. Apart from this, Pakistan also has good relationships with Turkey, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and the USA.
The armed forces in Pakistan are so powerful that the enemies need to think 100 times before they attack our borders. Moreover, to get into the armed forces in Pakistan isn’t easy, students have to go through strict training, testing, and process to become the pride of the nation. Pakistan’s media industry has also shown great progress in the last 10 years. There was a time when Pakistan media was solely dependent on one TV channel known as PTV network but now it has more than 90 Satellite TV channels. The students with impressive acting skills also have opportunities to make their way to the media industry of Pakistan.
In addition, there’s limitless creative potential in the students of Pakistan but due to the lack of a proper education system, the talent doesn’t appear on the front. So, still, there’s a need to work and develop the education system of Pakistan. The Pakistani students are also tired of reading and revising the textbooks which their grandparents have studied so there’s room for improvement in this space to show more progress in Pakistan. People also make their way through freelancing by selling their assignment writing service on Fiverr, Upwork, and People per Hour. It means that Pakistan has also stepped in the world of freelancing and exploring the horizons to cross more ladders of success.
The term digital Pakistan is also evolving gradually in Pakistan. You’ll find great local businesses in Pakistan who are giving their 100 percent to boost the economy in Pakistan. As digital Pakistan is pacing up, men and women are creating more opportunities by starting their small business and giving jobs to people. The women in Pakistan stay side by side with men to make sure Pakistan keeps on progressing with the other successful countries of the world. The prime minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has a great vision for the country and if the nation stands with unity and work on their progress, Pakistan has the potential to become a superpower one day.