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PAKISTAN EDUCATION ATLAS 2012

NEMIS-AEPAM Ministry of Education & Training Government of Pakistan

United Nations World Food Programme wfp.org

P a k i s t a n

Improving lives and helping people


PAKISTAN EDUCATION ATLAS                 National Education Management Information System (NEMIS)            Academy of Educational Planning and Management (AEPAM)             Government of Pakistan                    

  Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (VAM) Unit            United Nations World Food Programme (WFP)           Pakistan 

                     2012   

 


Team Members

Project Team:

Supervisors:

Syed Fawad Raza (Spatial Analyst, WFP) Yasir Irfan (Senior Programmer, AEPAM) Bilal Kakli (Programmer, AEPAM) Sarah Bashir Bangash (GIS Assistant, WFP)

Jean-Luc Siblot (WFP Representative) Nasir Amin (Incharge NEMIS/Senior System Analyst, AEPAM) Krishna Pahari (Head of Vulnerability Analysis & Mapping (VAM) Unit, WFP)

Technical Support:

Title Design:

Natiq Kazmi (Senior Programme Assistant, M & E) Ch. Muhammad Siddique (VAM Cartographic Analyst, WFP)

Amjad Jamal (Public Information, WFP)

GIS Training Team: Syed Fawad Raza (Spatial Analyst, WFP) Sarah Bashir Bangash (GIS Assistant, WFP) Natiq Kazmi (Senior Programme Assistant, M & E)

Disclaimer: The designation employed and the presentations of material in this publication do not imply the official endorsement on the part of the World Food Programme (WFP) concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area of its frontiers or boundaries. All reasonable precautions have been taken to compile the data for this publication. However the World Food Programme is not responsible for its accuracy.

Copyright: This report should not be reproduced without proper acknowledgement made to the source, nor should any of the data be altered. The data were captured through the annual school census 2010�11. The data in this report are official statistics provided by government.

AEPAM/NEMIS Copyright Š 2012

Contacts: Vulnerability Analysis & Mapping (VAM) Unit Country Office World Food Programme (WFP) Post Office Box 3030 Islamabad, Pakistan Phone: +92-51-8312000 islamabad.vam@wfp.org http://vam.wfp.org.pk/

National Education Management Information System (NEMIS) Academy of Educational Planning and Management (AEPAM) Taleemi Chowk, G-8/1 Islamabad-44000, Pakistan webinfo@aepam.gov.pk www.aepam.edu.pk


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Message from Federal Education Minister Message from Education Secretary Message from WFP Representative Acknowledgements Introduction Definitions and Technical Notes

Maps Topography of Pakistan Population Distribution Public Sector Educational Institutions by Tehsil Chapter 1 - Gender Parity Index of Enrolment Primary Stage in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Stage in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Stage in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Stage in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 2 - Survival Rate to Grade Five Boys Survival Rate to Grade Five by District Girls Survival Rate to Grade Five by District Gender Parity Index of Survival Rate to Grade Five by District Chapter 3 - Pupil Teacher Ratio Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 4 - Pupil Classroom Ratio Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 5 - Teacher School Ratio Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

1 2 2 3 3 94

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Tables

Page

4 5 7

Public Sector Educational Institutions by District

6

9 11 13 15

Primary Stage in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Stage in Rural Areas by District Primary Stage in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Stage in Urban Areas by District

8 10 12 14

17 19 21

Boys Survival Rate to Grade Five by District Girls Survival Rate to Grade Five by District Gender Parity Index of Survival Rate to Grade Five by District

16 18 20

23 25 27 29

Primary Schools of Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools of Rural Areas by District Primary Schools of Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools of Urban Areas by District

22 24 26 28

31 33 35 37

Primary Schools of Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools of Rural Areas by District Primary Schools of Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools of Urban Areas by District

30 32 34 36

39 41 43 45

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

38 40 42 44


TABLE OF CONTENTS

Maps Chapter 6 - Classroom School Ratio Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District Chapter 7 - Percentage of Female Teachers Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 8 - Percentage of Schools with Drinking Water Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 9 - Percentage of Schools with Student Electricity Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 10 - Percentage of Schools with Latrines Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Chapter 11 - Percentage of Schools without Building Primary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil Primary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil

Page

Tables

Page

47 49 51 53

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

46 48 50 52

55 57 59 61

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

54 56 58 60

63 65 67 69

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

62 64 66 68

71 73 75 77

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

70 72 74 76

79 81 83 85

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

78 80 82 84

87 89 91 93

Primary Schools in Rural Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by District Primary Schools in Urban Areas by District Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by District

86 88 90 92


Message from Federal Minister for Education and Training Education has proven to be a pre-requisite for the harmonious functioning of any society and is a key factor in developing a nation. It is, undoubtedly, the main catalyst to galvanize the economic, social and political growth of society in general. By keeping in mind the importance of education, the Government of Pakistan, and in particular the Ministry of Education and Training is committed to provide compulsory primary education to every child between the ages of 5-16 years. The Ministry is also making strong endeavors to provide quality secondary and tertiary education to all students. We are also aiming to build up a highly accessible and equitable education system in the country. In order to achieve these goals, we need an up to date a comprehensive mechanism of compiling and consolidating educational statistics. The Pakistan Education Atlas 2012 is providing such an avenue for educational planners, decision makers and researchers. Modern technologies, like Geographical Information System (GIS) etc. have been extensively used to show the spatial spread of educational institutions throughout the country. I would like to convey my profound appreciations to AEPAM for preparing this Atlas which I feel will prove to be very useful.

Sheikh Waqqas Akram Federal Minister Ministry of Education and Training Islamabad

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Message from Education Secretary

Message from WFP Representative

It is the need of the hour to have quality education in the country. The Ministry of Education and Training is fully aware of this and is making continued efforts to provide quality education at primary, middle and secondary as well as tertiary levels. We are also committed to achieve the EFA and MDG Goals by the year 2015. In order to have an insight into the parameters and indicators through data that is easily comprehended and presented.

The World Food Programme has a long history of working closely with the Government of Pakistan to increase enrolment in primary education. Through its food-based interventions, WFP has been working towards the objectives of increasing access, retaining students and ensuring the completion of the primary education cycle. While in the past, WFP has provided school feeding in all provinces of Pakistan, funding constraints have limited its interventions in 2013 to schools in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas. However, WFP remains committed to providing assistance to improve the existing data analysis mechanisms to ensure an improved system of collecting, presenting and sharing education data from across the whole country for decision making and strategic planning.

In order to present the educational data, the National Education Management Information System (NEMIS) at the Academy of Educational Planning and Management (AEPAM) has published the 2nd version of the Pakistan Education Atlas 2012. NEMIS has the core functions of collection, consolidation and dissemination of relevant and useful educational statistics. The Atlas depicts detailed statistics which have the potential to assist in making action plans, help in policy formulation and improve existing practices as well as promote effective uses of scarce resources. Through past experience it has proved that Pakistan Education Atlas 2012 is an effective medium to disseminate educational statistics for educational planning and policy implementation. The selection of modern technologies and user friendly interface has increased its effectiveness and usability for all the stakeholders. AEPAM, with technical and financial collaboration of World Food Programme (WFP), has developed this Atlas as well as an on-line version of Pakistan Education Atlas 2012. Pakistan Education Atlas 2012 will open new dimension of thoughts for education planers, managers and policy makers. It will also provide a reliable source of information for national and international Organizations as well as for the researchers doing analytical work in the education sector of Pakistan.

Qamar Zaman Chaudhry Secretary Ministry of Education and Training

In recent years, WFP has been seeking to expand its activities from the primary focus of saving lives in emergencies to placing a greater emphasis on supporting national institutional capacity development to improve lives and livelihoods. To achieve this, WFP has long recognized the importance of raising educational coverage and standards among the new generation. The provision of accurate and comprehensive data on primary education is an essential part of this process. In 2010, working jointly with the Academy of Educational Planning and Management, (AEPAM), WFP produced the Pakistan Education Atlas 2010 to improve the use of available education-related information and enhance its quality. For the Atlas, school level data was aggregated at the district level, allowing users to access decentralized information on various indicators enabling them to examine spatial patterns and to place them against the backdrop of population and topographic features. The 2010 Atlas has now been updated by WFP and AEPAM resulting in the completion of the new Pakistan Education Atlas 2012. Besides updating the information provided in 2010, the new atlas has aggregated indicators at the Tehsil level and added new indicators focusing on teachers, classrooms and shelter less schools, thus providing a comprehensive picture of the education scenario in Pakistan. An on-line inter-active version of the atlas has also been produced, providing the same information, with a more dynamic representation, allowing users to switch between Atlas 2010 and 2012 to compare indicators in both. I would like to take this opportunity to thank AEPAM and WFP colleagues for their dedicated work on the Pakistan Education Atlas 2012.

Jean-Luc Siblot WFP Representative

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Acknowledgements

Introduction

The Pakistan Education Atlas 2012 will play a key role in providing guidance and support at all stages of educational planning and decision making. I would like to profoundly thank everyone associated with its preparation and for providing input to it. I appreciate their untiring efforts, zeal and enthusiasm in undertaking this assignment.

The Pakistan Education Atlas 2012 is a continuity of a project initiated in 2010 with an aim to enhance the dissemination and utilization of education statistics and indicators by presenting them in a clear and visually understandable form in order to help informed decision making. This atlas is second of its series. The first education atlas, along with its interactive web based version, was launched in 2010. This project is a result of collaboration between the UN World Food Programme (WFP) and the National Education Management Information Systems (NEMIS) at the Academy of Educational Planning and Management (AEPAM), Ministry of Education and Training, Government of Pakistan. Under the auspices of the ONE UN joint initiative, WFP’s Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (VAM) Unit worked closely with AEPAM to implement this project successfully.

I would like to acknowledge the contribution of National Education Management Information System (NEMIS) team led by Mr. Nasir Amin, Senior System Analyst and the World Food Program (WFP) team led by Mr. Krishna Pahari, Head of Vulnerability Analysis and Mapping (VAM) Unit, for their continuous supervision and support towards the development of this Atlas. The publication was made possible by the generous financial support of One UN through WFP for which I am very grateful. Special mention should be made to Mr. Fawad Raza and Ms. Sarah Bashir, for their technical support and coordination during the development of this document. Finally, I would like to convey my thanks to the Ministry of Education and Training for their patronage and support in the preparation of this document.

Azhar Hussain Shamim Director General (AEPAM)

The major components of this project include i) the development of Pakistan Education Atlas 2012, ii) updating of the web based interactive version, and iii) training and capacity building of NEMIS and provincial EMIS staff to enhance their capability to conduct such project in the future, independently. All these components of the project have been completed successfully. This version of the atlas has some improvements over the previous version of 2010. It presents certain indicators at the sub-district level compared to only district level indicators in the last version. Such information at the Tehsil (an administrative unit lower than the district) is helpful in identifying hot spots within districts. Some new indicators such as pupil to classroom ratio, percentage of schools without building (shelter less schools), and percentage of female teachers, are also included. These improvements were made considering the feedback received during national as well as provincial technical consultations of education managers both from public as well as development sector. The interactive GIS based online version of Pakistan Education Atlas is also available at http://www.atlas.edu.pk which provides the same information to a wider audience in a more dynamic and interactive manner. The online version is also helpful in visualizing the progress of different indicators over time, in addition to functionalities such as zooming in to the desired areas on the map, navigation through the map levels, finding distance between objects and setting up transparency of the layer to see the underlying Google base map. Under the capacity building and technology transfer component, the NEMIS and provincial EMIS staff have been trained by WFP GIS experts in the development of education atlas as well as management of GIS based interactive version, which is expected to contribute to the long term sustainability of such activities.

Nasir Amin Incharge NEMIS/ Senior System Analyst Ministry Of Education

Krishna Pahari Head of Vulnerability Analysis & Mapping (VAM) Unit World Food Programme

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Topography of Pakistan

CHINA

Hunza Nagar Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat Kohistan

Upper Dir Bajaur Mohmand

AFGHANISTAN

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

S Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Awaran

Gawadar

4

Thatta

Rivers Above 6,000 meter

Sheikhupura Nankana Sahib

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Gujranwala

District Boundary

Narowal

Lahore

4,001 - 6,000 3,001 - 4,000 2,001 - 3,000

Kasur

1,501 - 2,000 1,001 - 1,500

Okara

401 - 1,000

Pakpattan

200 - 400

1 - 200 meter

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

INDIA

§ ACRONYMS

Sanghar

100 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

Hafizabad

Sialkot

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Province Boundary

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Line of Control

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Multan

International Boundary

Bhimber

Mandi Bahauddin

TT Singh

Khanewal

Province Capital

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

DG Khan

Mirpur

Chiniot

Bhakkar

National Capital

Gujrat

Sargodha

Muzaffargarh

Haveli

Kotli

Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

Musakhel

Loralai

Harnai

Rawalpindi

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Bagh

Sudhnoti

Mianwali

DI Khan

Sherani

Zhob

Abbottabad Hattian

Chakwal

Tank

FR DI Khan

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Haripur

Attock

Bannu

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

N Waziristan

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

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4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬


Population Distribution

CHINA

Hunza Nagar Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat Upper Dir Bajaur Mohmand

AFGHANISTAN

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Attock

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Sherani

Zhob

Killa Abdullah

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Lasbela

Jamshoro

Thatta

Population Distribution

Narowal

Persons per Square Kilometer 0

Sheikhupura Nankana Sahib

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Gujranwala

Rivers

Lahore

1 - 20

21 - 50

51 - 100

Kasur

101 - 200 201 - 500

Okara

501 - 1,000

Pakpattan

1,001 - 5,000

5,001 - 20,000

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

20,001 - 115,570 0

§

Ghotki

ACRONYMS

Sanghar

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

Badin

100

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

INDIA

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

Hafizabad

Sialkot

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Gawadar

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

S Benazirabad

Awaran

District Boundary

Gujrat

Kilometers

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Province Boundary

Bhimber

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Multan

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Khanewal

Line of Control

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

DG Khan

Jhelum

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Harnai

Nushki

Musakhel

Mirpur

Chiniot

Leiah

International Boundary

Kotli

Mandi Bahauddin

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Pishin

Rawalpindi

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Province Capital

Bagh

Haveli ISLAMABAD Poonch Sudhnoti

Khushab

DI Khan

National Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Haripur

Mianwali

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Chakwal

Bannu

N Waziristan

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Umerkot

Tharparkar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: LandScan 2008, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

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4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

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Public Sector Educational Institutions by District      1

District 

Rural 

Urban 

Total 

Punjab 

53,285  

5,769  

59,054  

Attock 

1,265 

98 

1,363 

Abbottabad 

Bahawalnagar 

2,392 

220 

2,612 

Bannu 

Bahawalpur 

1,829 

253 

2082 

Bhakkar 

1,375 

104 

1479 

Chakwal 

1,248 

61 

1309 

795 

94 

889 

Chitral 

DG Khan 

1,878 

144 

2022 

DI Khan 

Faisalabad 

2,078 

437 

2515 

Hangu 

Gujranwala 

1,681 

320 

2001 

Haripur 

Gujrat 

1,613 

143 

1756 

Karak 

Hafizabad 

847 

63 

910 

Kohat 

Jehlum 

947 

71 

1018 

Kohistan 

Jhang 

1,817 

166 

1983 

Lakki Marwat 

Kasur 

1,485 

136 

1621 

Lower Dir 

Khanewal 

1,496 

117 

1613 

Khushab 

927 

102 

1029 

Lahore 

648 

621 

1,505 

Lodhran  Mandi Bahauddin 

Chiniot 

Leiah 

Rural 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

25,410  

1,797  

27,207  

1,795 

77 

1,872 

Awaran 

1,336 

59 

1,395 

Batagram 

767 

Buner 

728 

Charsada 

997 

175 

1,172 

Rural 

Urban 

Total 

10,825  

1,468  

12,293  

245 

247 

Barkhan 

588 

15 

767 

Chaghi 

195 

728 

Dera Bugti 

268 

Gawadar 

6

Balochistan 

District 

Rural 

Urban 

Total 

Sindh 

43,122  

5,792  

48,914  

Badin 

3017 

142 

3,159 

603 

Dadu 

2004 

132 

2,136 

34 

229 

Ghotki 

1947 

54 

2,001 

67 

335 

Hyderabad 

541 

539 

1,080 

172 

77 

249 

Jacobabad 

1442 

119 

1,561 

7

793 

Harnai 

158 

16 

174 

Jamshoro 

Jafarabad 

856 

50 

906 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

333 

39 

372 

Jhal Magsi 

249 

22 

271 

Karachi 

1,172 

61 

1,233 

Bolan/Kachhi 

372 

42 

414 

Kashmore 

900 

27 

927 

Kalat 

355 

85 

440 

Khairpur 

694 

107 

801 

Turbat/Kech 

509 

89 

598 

Larkana 

1,128 

1,128 

Kharan 

188 

26 

214 

Mirpur Khas 

1,034 

62 

1,096 

Khuzdar 

571 

82 

653 

Matiari 

1,487 

27 

1,514 

Killa Abdullah 

407 

60 

467 

Malakand 

657 

26 

683 

Killa Saifullah 

564 

16 

Mansehra 

2,492 

31 

2,523 

Kohlu 

387 

20 

1269 

Mardan 

1,487 

159 

1,646 

Lasbela 

484 

85 

1590 

Nowshera 

824 

115 

939 

Loralai 

846 

39 

885 

Peshawar 

932 

414 

1,346 

Mastung 

908 

76 

984 

Shangla 

651 

651 

Swabi 

1,170 

95 

Swat 

1,418 

81 

Tank 

398 

24 

422 

1,372 

121 

1493 

381 

1651 

Muzaffargarh 

2,099 

134 

2233 

Nankana Sahib 

1,117 

70 

1187 

Narowal 

1,504 

61 

1565 

Okara 

1,535 

138 

1673 

921 

51 

972 

RY Khan 

3,276 

275 

3551 

Rajanpur 

1,130 

110 

1240 

Rawalpindi 

2,055 

285 

2340 

1,133 

80 

Upper Dir 

905 

14 

722 

167 

889 

1583 

97 

1,680 

703 

2906 

3,609 

1454 

48 

1,502 

3497 

182 

3,679 

1175 

176 

1,351 

2082 

169 

2,251 

989 

37 

1,026 

Naushahro Feroze 

2359 

117 

2,476 

580 

S Benazirabad 

2615 

121 

2,736 

407 

Sanghar 

3191 

154 

3,345 

79 

563 

Shikarpur 

1266 

114 

1,380 

619 

60 

679 

Sukhar 

1192 

181 

1,373 

322 

32 

354 

Tando A. Yar 

765 

72 

837 

Musakhel 

255 

26 

281 

Tando M. Khan 

989 

67 

1,056 

1,265 

Nasirabad 

420 

38 

458 

Tharparkar 

4125 

27 

4,152 

1,499 

Noshki 

188 

24 

212 

Thatta 

3165 

141 

3,306 

Panjgur 

292 

47 

339 

Umerkot 

2299 

30 

2,329 

District 

Rural 

Urban 

Total 

AJK 

5,674  

294  

5,941  

Bagh 

579 

19 

598 

Bhimber 

601 

16 

617 

Hattian  

365 

10 

375 

Haveli  

246 

251 

Kotli 

998 

35 

1,033 

Mirpur 

488 

105 

593 

919 

 

4

1213 

District 

Rural 

FATA 

5,600  

Urban  ‐ 

5,600  

612 

‐ 

612 

Sargodha 

2,089 

243 

2332 

Bajaur 

Sheikhupura 

1,237 

136 

1373 

FR Bannu 

369 

‐ 

369 

Sialkot 

2,273 

125 

2398 

FR D I Khan 

138 

‐ 

138 

TT Singh 

1,241 

116 

1357 

FR Kohat 

149 

‐ 

149 

Vehari 

1,453 

93 

1546 

FR Lakki 

98 

‐ 

98 

FR Peshawar 

154 

‐ 

154 

FR Tank 

189 

‐ 

189 

Khyber 

776 

‐ 

776 

Rural 

Urban 

Mohmand 

Total 

ICT 

270  

125  

395  

Islamabad 

270 

125 

395 

563  577 

‐  ‐ 

Pishin 

792 

103 

895 

Quetta 

376 

173 

549 

Sherani 

170 

171 

Sibi 

175 

84 

259 

Washuk 

149 

13 

162 

Zhob 

259 

67 

326 

Ziarat 

240 

18 

258 

Total 

 

6

563  577 

 

8

District 

Rural 

Urban 

Total 

Gilgit‐Baltistan 

1,546  

152  

1,698  

Muzaffarabad 

825 

64 

889 

Astore 

142 

22 

164 

Neelam 

272 

276 

Diamer 

201 

13 

214 

Poonch 

817 

10 

827 

Ghanche 

211 

38 

249 

Sudhnoti 

456 

26 

482 

Ghizer 

216 

221 

N Waziristan 

867 

‐ 

867 

Orakzai 

474 

‐ 

474 

Gilgit 

167 

28 

195 

S Waziristan 

634 

‐ 

634 

Hunza Nagar 

123 

16 

139 

Skardu 

486 

30 

516 

 

   

 

District 

1,516 

1,270 

District 

5

64 

Kurram 

 

Total 

140 

 

2

Urban 

729 

Multan 

Sahiwal 

District 

1,376 

Mianwali 

Pakpatan 

3

Pakistan 

Rural 

145,705  

Urban 

15,397 

Total 

161,102 


Public Sector Educational Institutions* by Tehsil

CHINA

Hunza Nagar Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat Upper Dir Bajaur Mohmand

AFGHANISTAN

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

201 - 500**

Lahore

501 - 1,000 More than 1,000 Institutions

Kasur

* Up to Secondary Level ** National Average is 352 Institutions per Tehsil

Okara Pakpattan

Vehari

0

Bahawalnagar

100

200

300

Kilometers

Disclaimer The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

INDIA

Khairpur

§ ACRONYMS

Sanghar

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad Tando M. Khan

Karachi

100 - 200

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Less than 100 Institutions

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Public Sector Educational Institutions*

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Khanewal

Gujranwala

Nankana Sahib

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Sheikhupura

TT Singh

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

Chiniot

Multan

District Boundary

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Chagai

Loralai

Harnai

Province Boundary

Gujrat Mandi Bahauddin

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Muzaffargarh

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

Province Capital

Sudhnoti

Chakwal

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Haripur

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Bannu

Sherani

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Nowshera

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

¬1 Punjab ¬2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬5 Balochistan ¬6 Gilgit Baltistan 6 ¬ ¬7 Sindh 3 ¬ ¬8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir 2 4 ¬

8 ¬¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

7


Chapter 1 Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Enrolment GPI of enrolment reflects girls’ level of access to education compared to that of boys. In its crude form, it is a ratio of girls’ enrolment to the boys’ enrolment, though it is also calculated for other educational indicators such as survival rate to grade five or dropout rate etc. A GPI of less than 1 indicates that there are fewer girls than boys in the formal education system. A GPI of more than 1 means that there are proportionately more girls enrolled as compared to boys. A score of 1 reflects equal enrolment for boys and girls. It is calculated using the following formula: Girls Enrolment Gender Parity Index of Enrolment

=

------------------------Boys Enrolment

Percentage of Female Enrolment 49% 47% 45% 43% 41% 39% 37% 35% 2007-08

2008-09 Pre-Primary

2009-10 Primary

2010-11 Middle

2011-12 High

Higher Sec


Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Enrolment at Primary Stage in Rural Areas by District 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Punjab 

2,440,132 

1,970,408 

0.81 

District 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

  8

GPI 

1,103,324 

790,784 

0.70 

District 

5

Balochistan 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

237,711 

161,324 

0.66 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Sindh 

1,233,299 

740,953 

0.60 

50,731 

44,306 

0.9 

Abbottabad 

41,184 

38,330 

0.9 

Awaran 

6,641 

3,517 

0.53 

Badin 

58,966 

38,147 

0.6 

Bahawalnagar 

88,570 

65,280 

0.7 

Bannu 

34,610 

20,293 

0.6 

Barkhan 

6,306 

2,917 

0.46 

Dadu 

72,652 

44,188 

0.6 

Bahawalpur 

67,701 

42,622 

0.6 

Batagram 

22,015 

21,927 

1.0 

Chaghi 

6,415 

4,744 

0.74 

Ghotki 

82,086 

36,925 

0.4 

Bhakkar 

56,456 

38,646 

0.7 

Buner 

50,466 

37,382 

0.7 

Dera Bugti 

6,101 

1,354 

0.22 

Hyderabad 

18,401 

11,644 

0.6 

Chiniot 

41,081 

40,895 

1.0 

Charsada 

53,226 

33,079 

0.6 

Gawadar 

3,639 

2,477 

0.68 

Jacobabad 

51,243 

26,637 

0.5 

Chakwal 

35,907 

22,349 

0.6 

Chitral 

18,286 

16,784 

0.9 

Harnai 

1,997 

1,460 

0.73 

Jamshoro 

16,896 

11,125 

0.7 

DG Khan 

80,727 

53,726 

0.7 

DI Khan 

47,906 

28,244 

0.6 

Jafarabad 

20,317 

9,607 

0.47 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

62,583 

34,570 

0.6 

Faisalabad 

129,945 

110,970 

0.9 

Hangu 

17,636 

7,646 

0.4 

Jhal Magsi 

5,872 

3,132 

0.53 

Karachi 

20,013 

17,105 

0.9 

Gujranwala 

78,048 

69,031 

0.9 

Haripur 

33,682 

31,025 

0.9 

Bolan/Kachhi 

11,053 

6,648 

0.60 

Kashmore 

42,509 

16,175 

0.4 

Gujrat 

66,148 

66,497 

1.0 

Karak 

29,214 

26,515 

0.9 

Kalat 

95,584 

62,788 

0.7 

Hafizabad 

33,169 

27,081 

0.8 

Kohat 

33,911 

20,462 

0.6 

Turbat/Kech 

Jehlum 

32,936 

34,440 

1.0 

Kohistan 

44,377 

18,414 

0.4 

Kharan 

3,724 

Jhang 

82,375 

59,249 

0.7 

Lakki Marwat 

37,821 

16,778 

0.4 

Khuzdar 

Kasur 

89,657 

79,892 

0.9 

Lower Dir 

84,484 

69,389 

0.8 

Killa Abdullah 

Khanewal 

97,753 

73,958 

0.8 

Malakand 

30,854 

27,457 

0.9 

Killa Saifullah 

7,940 

9,472 

1.19 

Khairpur 

15,528 

13,001 

0.84 

Larkana 

53,602 

37,695 

0.7 

3,236 

0.87 

Mirpur Khas 

57,233 

26,428 

0.5 

8,933 

10,845 

1.21 

Matiari 

31,794 

20,206 

0.6 

16,549 

3,953 

0.24 

Naushahro Feroze 

64,641 

43,152 

0.7 

61,583 

32,379 

0.5 

90,116 

49,322 

0.5 

11,339 

6,942 

0.61 

S Benazirabad 

4,387 

2,331 

0.53 

Sanghar 

10,384 

8,114 

0.78 

Shikarpur 

43,706 

21,089 

0.5 

40,536 

24,436 

0.6 

Khushab 

39,901 

27,301 

0.7 

Mansehra 

74,061 

63,028 

0.9 

Kohlu 

Lahore 

45,290 

40,291 

0.9 

Mardan 

86,153 

67,295 

0.8 

Lasbela 

Leiah 

64,937 

52,714 

0.8 

Nowshera 

42,042 

32,621 

0.8 

Loralai 

Lodhran 

38,713 

29,655 

0.8 

Peshawar 

64,543 

35,999 

0.6 

Mastung 

Mandi Bahauddin 

49,819 

44,930 

0.9 

Shangla 

32,236 

12,088 

0.4 

Musakhel 

3,446 

Mianwali 

52,740 

37,813 

0.7 

Swabi 

63,485 

52,854 

0.8 

Nasirabad 

Multan 

66,768 

44,313 

0.7 

Swat 

84,903 

65,195 

0.8 

Noshki 

Muzaffargarh 

107,249 

79,314 

0.7 

Tank 

12,612 

8,292 

0.7 

Nankana Sahib 

50,610 

39,650 

0.8 

Narowal 

65,708 

64,976 

1.0 

Okara 

82,926 

62,685 

0.8 

Pakpatan 

58,706 

39,592 

0.7 

RY Khan 

119,958 

79,795 

0.7 

Rajanpur 

41,708 

23,138 

0.6 

Rawalpindi 

56,656 

60,846 

1.1 

Upper Dir 

63,617 

39,687 

Panjgur 

0.6 

 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

12,130 

9,602 

0.79 

Sukhar 

6,642 

4,009 

0.60 

Tando A. Yar 

19,814 

10,192 

0.5 

1,426 

0.41 

Tando M. Khan 

22,074 

11,740 

0.5 

7,861 

2,672 

0.34 

Tharparkar 

102,810 

81,680 

0.8 

5,974 

6,494 

1.09 

Thatta 

68,061 

49,384 

0.7 

Umerkot 

56,396 

33,946 

0.6 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

AJK 

113,559 

119,355 

1.05 

Bagh 

11,524 

12,643 

1.1 

7,561 

7,938 

1.05 

Pishin 

18,917 

12,071 

0.64 

Quetta 

12,769 

13,024 

1.02 

Sherani 

2,402 

596 

0.25 

Sibi 

2,038 

2,577 

1.26 

Washuk 

3,020 

2,361 

0.78 

Zhob 

4,066 

2,495 

0.61 

Ziarat 

3,760 

2,309 

0.61 

 

8  8 

District 

Sahiwal 

76,319 

64,002 

0.8 

FATA 

159,271 

93,645 

0.59 

Sargodha 

95,811 

80,488 

0.8 

Bajaur 

35,679 

10,919 

0.3 

Bhimber 

11,385 

11,286 

1.0 

Sheikhupura 

54,037 

52,055 

1.0 

FR Bannu 

8,049 

7,068 

0.9 

Hattian 

9,156 

7,907 

0.9 

Sialkot 

87,694 

91,169 

1.0 

FR D I Khan 

3,739 

1,965 

0.5 

Haveli  

6,098 

6,564 

1.1 

TT Singh 

70,166 

62,758 

0.9 

FR Kohat 

4,563 

853 

0.2 

22,653 

23,203 

1.0 

0.8 

FR Lakki 

1,568 

1,834 

1.2 

8,146 

10,103 

1.2 

FR Peshawar 

3,757 

2,871 

0.8 

FR Tank 

4,147 

4,875 

1.2 

Khyber 

28,480 

19,111 

0.7 

Kurram 

12,714 

6,598 

0.5 

Mohmand 

17,165 

11,867 

0.7 

N Waziristan 

25,114 

17,685 

0.7 

Orakzai 

6,135 

4,018 

0.7 

S Waziristan 

8,161 

3,985 

0.5 

Vehari 

 

Girls 

Attock 

83,212 

63,981 

 

Boys 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

ICT 

21,010 

22,332 

1.06 

Islamabad 

21,010 

22,332 

1.06 

 

 

Kotli 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

47,979 

34,714 

0.72 

Mirpur  Muzaffarabad 

Astor 

4,165 

3,448 

0.8 

Neelam 

Diamer 

9,872 

1,408 

0.1 

Poonch 

Ghanche 

4,558 

5,103 

1.1 

Ghizer 

6,125 

4,526 

0.7 

Gilgit 

5,804 

6,472 

1.1 

Hunza Nagar 

2,990 

4,415 

1.5 

14,465 

9,342 

0.6 

Skardu 

Sudhnoti 

 

Pakistan 

15,904 

18,241 

1.1 

8,028 

6,106 

0.8 

12,839 

14,514 

1.1 

7,826 

8,788 

1.1 

Boys 

Girls 

5,356,285 

3,933,519 

GPI 

0.73 


Gender Parity Index of Enrolment at Primary Stage* in Rural Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat Harnai

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

0.51 - 0.75

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

0.76 - 1.00** Above 1

Kasur

No Rural Primary School*

Okara

* Pre-Primary enrolment is included **National Average is 0.76

Pakpattan

Vehari

Method of Calculation Gender Parity Index of Enrolment = Girls Enrolment Boys Enrolment

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

INDIA

§ ACRONYMS

Sanghar

100 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

0.25 - 0.50

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Gujranwala

Less than 0.25

Narowal

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Primary Stage* in Rural Areas

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

Gender Parity Index of Enrolment

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Mandi Bahauddin

Chiniot

Khanewal

District Boundary

Gujrat

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Province Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Line of Control

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

International Boundary

Sudhnoti

Chakwal

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Haripur

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Nowshera

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

9


Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Enrolment at Middle and Secondary Stage in Rural Areas by District 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Punjab 

1,168,756 

708,263 

0.61 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

34,675 

21,208 

0.61 

Bahawalnagar 

33,647 

21,346 

Bahawalpur 

23,167 

Bhakkar 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

529,261 

250,886 

0.47 

Balochistan 

Abbottabad 

24,065 

17,342 

0.72 

0.63 

Bannu 

16,801 

7,064 

12,271 

0.53 

Batagram 

4,710 

1,300 

25,913 

8,698 

0.34 

Buner 

23,293 

Chakwal 

37,427 

26,878 

0.72 

Charsada 

26,357 

Chiniot 

13,533 

3,433 

0.25 

Chitral 

15,371 

9,040 

0.59 

Harnai 

DG Khan 

26,792 

13,237 

0.49 

DI Khan 

19,029 

8,668 

0.46 

Jafarabad 

Faisalabad 

77,195 

56,684 

0.73 

Hangu 

6,959 

1,332 

0.19 

Jhal Magsi 

Gujranwala 

42,322 

29,016 

0.69 

Haripur 

22,097 

17,779 

0.80 

Bolan/Kachhi 

Gujrat 

41,562 

33,717 

0.81 

Hafizabad 

13,378 

6,781 

0.51 

Jehlum 

26,523 

21,326 

0.80 

Jhang 

39,363 

12,213 

0.31 

Kasur 

39,571 

22,488 

0.57 

Khanewal 

41,461 

24,086 

0.58 

Khushab 

21,159 

6,615 

0.31 

Lahore 

27,118 

18,680 

0.69 

Leiah 

24,108 

13,446 

0.56 

Lodhran 

15,920 

8,348 

0.52 

Mandi Bahauddin 

25,442 

16,080 

0.63 

Mianwali  Multan  Muzaffargarh 

29,848  29,393  33,737 

11,023  9,566  13,433 

District 

13,111 

0.55 

Narowal 

35,448 

26,695 

0.75 

Okara 

30,887 

16,915 

0.55 

Pakpatan 

22,194 

8,263 

0.37 

733 

0.33 

0.42 

Barkhan 

1,028 

106 

0.28 

Chaghi 

1,318 

6,987 

0.30 

Dera Bugti 

694 

11,697 

0.44 

Gawadar 

932 

0.47  0.31 

14,857 

9,027 

0.61 

8,075 

8,889 

1.10 

90 

0.17 

6,558 

634 

0.10 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

733 

133 

0.18 

Karachi 

1,315 

449 

0.34 

Kashmore 

12,497 

4,134 

0.33 

Khairpur 

46,406 

21,307 

0.46 

Larkana 

14,197 

6,983 

0.49 

Mirpur Khas 

15,931 

8,432 

0.53 

Matiari 

13,111 

5,123 

0.39 

Naushahro Feroze 

40,936 

17,620 

0.43 

S Benazirabad 

21,392 

8,592 

0.40 

Sanghar 

26,918 

11,644 

0.43 

Shikarpur 

14,797 

4,944 

0.33 

Sukhar 

14,349 

6,272 

0.44 

875 

0.82 

Lower Dir 

43,267 

21,425 

0.50 

Killa Abdullah 

2,959 

222 

0.08 

Malakand 

20,788 

13,333 

0.64 

Killa Saifullah 

Mansehra 

31,747 

16,694 

0.53 

Kohlu 

1,925 

508 

0.26 

695 

96 

0.14 

Mardan 

50,084 

26,248 

0.52 

Lasbela 

2,783 

931 

0.33 

Nowshera 

22,548 

10,943 

0.49 

Loralai 

1,357 

290 

0.21 

Peshawar 

25,475 

11,140 

0.44 

Mastung 

2,175 

801 

0.37 

Shangla 

11,738 

1,769 

0.15 

Musakhel 

1,083 

394 

0.36 

Swabi 

37,541 

20,612 

0.55 

Nasirabad 

1,893 

227 

0.12 

Swat 

35,931 

14,619 

0.41 

Noshki 

2,175 

892 

0.41 

Tank 

5,106 

1,700 

0.33 

Panjgur 

1,967 

2,694 

1.37 

21,323 

6,174 

0.29 

Pishin 

4,416 

1,292 

0.29 

Quetta 

2,666 

2,071 

0.78 

Sherani 

291 

0.03 

Sibi 

704 

306 

0.43 

Washuk 

635 

292 

0.46 

Zhob 

2,099 

736 

0.35 

Ziarat 

1,177 

214 

0.18 

17,601 

0.67 

FR Bannu 

District 

FR D I Khan  FR Kohat  FR Lakki 

Khyber  Kurram 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

          48,858  

          11,136  

0.23 

10,161 

610 

0.06 

3,317 

402 

0.12 

900 

131 

0.15 

2,675 

39 

0.01 

373 

125 

0.34 

2,792 

739 

0.26 

889 

641 

0.72 

6,312  6,141 

1,266  3,548 

6

District 

Tando A. Yar 

5,854 

3,513 

0.60 

Tando M. Khan 

4,223 

1,553 

0.37 

Tharparkar 

19746 

11029 

0.56 

Thatta 

12,590 

5,131 

0.41 

Umerkot 

18,903 

7,048 

0.37 

 

8  8 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

AJK 

69,581  

62,126  

0.89 

Bagh 

8,261 

8,458 

1.02 

Bhimber 

7,041 

6,670 

0.95 

Hattian  

4,230 

3,103 

0.73 

Haveli  

3,665 

2,085 

0.57 

13,151 

11,192 

0.85 

Mirpur 

5,260 

7,478 

1.42 

Muzaffarabad 

9,321 

7,401 

0.79 

Kotli 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

        21,075  

       10,372  

0.49 

Astore 

1,970 

763 

0.39 

Neelam 

4,172 

1,938 

0.46 

Diamer 

2,150 

0.00 

Poonch 

8,183 

8,013 

0.98 

Ghanche 

3,011 

2,530 

0.84 

Sudhnoti 

6,297 

5,788 

0.92 

Ghizer 

3,643 

1,441 

0.40 

Gilgit 

2198 

1892 

0.86 

Gilgit‐Baltistan 

0.20  0.58 

District 

519 

1,073 

26,301 

1.22 

4,300  2,612 

Khuzdar 

Sheikhupura 

18,018 

9,176  8,447 

Jamshoro 

0.24 

Bajaur 

14,797 

Jacobabad 

5,218 

0.66 

Islamabad 

0.58 

21,611 

31,981 

1.22 

539 

Lakki Marwat 

48,110 

18,018 

0.62 

0.35 

Sargodha 

14,797 

0.36 

4,551 

301 

FATA 

ICT 

8,934 

7,374 

853 

0.68 

GPI 

24,678 

Hyderabad 

Kharan 

26,516 

0.68 

Ghotki 

0.05 

0.08 

39,025 

24,146 

0.10 

32 

305 

Sahiwal 

35,630 

132 

4,014 

0.75 

Vehari 

0.54 

0.78 

32,058 

0.76 

11,113 

3,999 

42,811 

27,851 

20,465 

5,141 

Rawalpindi 

36,575 

Dadu 

Turbat/Kech 

0.35 

TT Singh 

0.10 

0.43 

4,182 

0.97 

0.39 

7,967 

11,876 

47,218 

0.46 

8,683 

18,445 

Rajanpur 

48,776 

181,434 

22,073 

Kohat 

0.48 

Sialkot 

396,995 

Badin 

0.49 

 

Sindh 

601 

FR Tank 

10

2,193 

1,220 

FR Peshawar 

 

Awaran 

GPI 

Kalat 

21,153 

 

 

0.38 

Girls 

0.55 

44,030 

Girls 

20,598 

Boys 

11,530 

RY Khan 

Boys 

54,577  

0.40 

23,839 

District 

GPI 

20,961 

Upper Dir 

Girls 

0.33 

Nankana Sahib 

District 

Karak 

Kohistan 

0.37 

Boys 

5

Mohmand 

5,008 

1,131 

0.23 

N Waziristan 

5,868 

1,368 

0.23 

Orakzai 

2,018 

385 

0.19 

Hunza Nagar 

1302 

1477 

1.13 

S Waziristan 

2,404 

751 

0.31 

Skardu 

6801 

2267 

0.33 

 

Pakistan 

Boys 

2,303,900 

Girls 

1,262,833 

GPI 

0.55 


Gender Parity Index of Enrolment at Middle and Secondary Stage in Rural Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Lasbela

0.25 - 0.50

Nankana Sahib

0.51 - 0.75*

Lahore

0.76 - 1.00 Above 1

Kasur

No Rural Middle or Secondary School

Okara

* National Average is 0.6

Pakpattan

Method of Calculation Gender Parity Index of Enrolment = Girls Enrolment Boys Enrolment

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

Jamshoro

Thatta

§

Ghotki

Khairpur

ACRONYMS

Sanghar

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad Tando M. Khan

Karachi

INDIA

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Gawadar

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Less than 0.25

Narowal

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Gujranwala

Middle and Secondary Stage in Rural Area

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

100

200

300

Kilometers

Washuk

Panjgur

Multan

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Hafizabad

Chiniot

Khanewal

Gender Parity Index of Enrolment

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki Kalat

Loralai

Harnai

District Boundary

Gujrat

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Province Boundary

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

Zhob

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Haripur

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Disclaimer The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations. Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

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4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

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Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Enrolment at Primary Stage in Urban Areas by District  

District 

Girls 

GPI 

        127,199  

103,923  

0.82 

Balochistan 

Abbottabad 

3,500 

3,055 

0.87 

Awaran 

Bannu 

3,433 

1,594 

0.46 

Batagram 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Punjab 

449,018 

510,292  

1.14 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

5,926 

6,883 

1.16 

Bahawalnagar 

9,962 

9,579 

0.96 

13,441 

15,780 

1.17 

Bahawalpur 

Girls 

GPI 

89,060  

         66,666  

0.75 

Sindh 

113 

41 

0.36 

Badin 

413 

432 

1.05 

Dadu 

Chaghi 

1,680 

2,049 

1.22 

Ghotki 

Barkhan 

Girls 

GPI 

     349,116  

     330,434  

0.95 

6,557 

5,127 

0.78 

14,898 

10,921 

0.73 

6,737 

4,291 

0.64 

7,177 

5,659 

0.79 

Dera Bugti 

2,806 

626 

0.22 

Hyderabad 

31,273 

31,413 

1.00 

2,838 

3,433 

1.21 

Charsada 

9,828 

7,711 

0.78 

Gawadar 

4,450 

4,179 

0.94 

Jacobabad 

11,730 

10,196 

0.87 

1,365 

1,761 

1.29 

Harnai 

776 

621 

0.80 

Jamshoro 

11,647 

8,850 

0.76 

5,412 

0.94 

Jafarabad 

5,064 

3,591 

0.71 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

11,890 

10,973 

0.92 

676 

997 

1.47 

Karachi 

125,715 

148,054 

1.18 

2,464 

1,870 

0.76 

Kashmore 

6,874 

2,977 

0.43 

9,529 

7,183 

0.75 

Chiniot 

6,925 

7,734 

1.12 

Chitral 

DG Khan 

6,974 

10,278 

1.47 

DI Khan 

5,740 

42,508 

50,476 

1.19 

Hangu 

3,147 

1,424 

0.45 

Jhal Magsi 

2,670 

1,986 

0.74 

Bolan/Kachhi 

Gujranwala 

30,514 

30,420 

1.00 

Haripur 

Gujrat 

12,487 

12,715 

1.02 

Karak 

1,172 

1,286 

1.10 

0.97 

Kohat 

8,164 

6,254 

0.77 

1.06 

Kohistan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

1.16 

Lakki Marwat 

2,013 

1,694 

0.84 

1,609 

1,839 

1.14 

Jhang 

5,662  4,658  9,689 

5,500  4,960  11,274 

Kasur 

12,154 

11,818 

0.97 

Lower Dir 

Khanewal 

12,347 

12,139 

0.98 

Malakand 

2,212 

2,175 

0.98 

Mansehra 

1,155 

1,270 

1.10 

14,384 

12,072 

0.84 

Nowshera 

9,133 

7,212 

0.79 

Peshawar 

39,639 

29,297 

0.74 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Swabi 

7,817 

5,166 

0.66 

Swat 

9,042 

10,248 

1.13 

Tank 

1,075 

1,438 

1.34 

101 

1,029 

10.19 

Khushab  Lahore  Leiah 

5,715  68,986  5,269 

6,051  85,014  5,743 

1.06 

1.09 

2,798 

3,229 

1.15 

Mandi Bahauddin 

4,572 

5,177 

1.13 

Multan  Muzaffargarh 

7,571  31,824  8,500 

6,415  39,222  8,620 

Mardan 

1.23 

Lodhran 

Mianwali 

Shangla 

0.85  1.23  1.01 

Upper Dir 

Kalat 

3,030 

3,725 

1.23 

Khairpur 

Turbat/Kech 

7,030 

4,272 

0.61 

Larkana 

28,885 

24,043 

0.83 

11,049 

9,674 

0.88 

Kharan 

1,801 

930 

0.52 

Mirpur Khas 

Khuzdar 

3,731 

2,972 

0.80 

Matiari 

2,301 

1,773 

0.77 

Killa Abdullah 

3960 

1,338 

0.34 

Naushahro Feroze 

6,047 

5,882 

0.97 

7,381 

5,918 

0.80 

Killa Saifullah 

957 

637 

0.67 

S Benazirabad 

Kohlu 

236 

471 

2.00 

Sanghar 

12,944 

10,938 

0.85 

11,391 

8,774 

0.77 

17,946 

12,997 

0.72 

Lasbela 

5,571 

3,361 

0.60 

Shikarpur 

Loralai 

2065 

2,597 

1.26 

Sukhar 

Mastung 

1,160 

1,226 

1.06 

Tando A. Yar 

4,072 

3,074 

0.75 

3,103 

1,335 

0.43 

Musakhel 

332 

351 

1.06 

Tando M. Khan 

Nasirabad 

1,784 

1,288 

0.72 

Tharparkar 

Noshki 

1,673 

2,054 

1.23 

Panjgur 

3,178 

701 

0.22 

5236 

2,569 

0.49 

19,975 

18,077 

0.90 

Nankana Sahib 

6,200 

6,635 

1.07 

Narowal 

3,972 

3,976 

1.00 

Quetta 

13,276 

13,170 

0.99 

Sherani 

Pakpatan 

4,679 

5,533 

1.18 

Sibi 

RY Khan 

16,791 

20,038 

1.19 

Washuk 

Rajanpur 

4,213 

3,473 

0.82 

20,710 

27,979 

1.35 

7,051 

8,946 

1.27 

Okara 

Rawalpindi  Sahiwal 

Pishin 

 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

FATA 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Sargodha 

14,847 

18,942 

1.28 

Bajaur 

Sheikhupura 

11,860 

12,229 

1.03 

FR Bannu 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Sialkot 

9,541 

11,051 

1.16 

FR D I Khan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

TT Singh 

9,050 

10,959 

1.21 

FR Kohat 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Vehari 

8,331 

9,242 

1.11 

FR Lakki 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Peshawar 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Tank 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Khyber 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

 

Kurram  District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

ICT 

18,818 

17,749 

0.94 

Islamabad 

18,818 

17,749 

0.94 

 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

16 

0.00 

3,996 

3,153 

0.79 

673 

276 

0.41 

Zhob 

3,722 

1,704 

0.46 

Ziarat 

492 

558 

1.13 

Thatta  Umerkot 

 

6

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Gilgit‐Baltistan 

4,326  

4,353  

1.00 

Astore 

515 

602 

1.17 

Diamer 

606 

378 

0.62 

Ghanche 

529 

751 

1.42 

Ghizer 

196 

160 

0.82 

Mohmand 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

N Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Orakzai 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Gilgit 

878 

1,305 

1.49 

S Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Hunza Nagar 

642 

342 

0.53 

Skardu 

960 

815 

0.85 

District 

605 

1018 

1.68 

5,706 

4,205 

0.74 

836 

818 

0.98 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

           6,552  

           7,296  

1.11 

Bagh 

294 

384 

1.31 

Bhimber 

333 

304 

0.91 

Hattian  

332 

260 

0.78 

Haveli  

156 

31 

0.20 

Kotli 

838 

785 

0.94 

Mirpur 

2,521 

2,434 

0.97 

Muzaffarabad 

1,507 

2,395 

1.59 

Neelam 

149 

94 

0.63 

Poonch 

19 

186 

9.79 

403 

423 

1.05 

AJK 

Sudhnoti 

 

Pakistan   

12

Boys 

Chakwal 

Jehlum 

 

District 

Boys 

Bhakkar 

Hafizabad 

 

District 

5

Buner 

Faisalabad 

Boys 

Boys 

1,044,089 

Girls 

1,040,713 

GPI 

1.00 


Gender Parity Index of Enrolment at Primary Stage* in Urban Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat Harnai

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

0.51 - 0.75

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

0.76 - 1.00** Above 1

Kasur

No Urban Primary School*

Okara

* Pre-Primary enrolment is included **National Average is 1

Pakpattan

Vehari

Method of Calculation: Gender Parity Index of Enrolment = Girls Enrolment Boys Enrolment

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

100 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

0.25 - 0.50

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Gujranwala

Less than 0.25

Narowal

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Primary Stage* in Urban Areas

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

Gender Parity Index of Enrolment

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Mandi Bahauddin

Chiniot

Khanewal

District Boundary

Gujrat

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Province Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Line of Control

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

International Boundary

Sudhnoti

Chakwal

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Haripur

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Nowshera

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

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Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Enrolment at Middle and Secondary Stage in Urban Areas by District    

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Punjab 

628,336 

649,985  

1.03 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

13,250 

10,985 

0.83 

Bahawalnagar 

14,997 

15,281 

1.02 

Bahawalpur 

GPI 

112,085  

94,202  

0.84 

Balochistan 

Abbottabad 

5,594 

6,144 

1.10 

Awaran 

‐ 

Bannu 

4,355 

2,938 

0.67 

Barkhan 

319 

5

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

60,227  

41,521  

0.69 

Sindh 

218,084  

248,273  

1.14 

‐  328 

‐ 

Badin 

4,887 

3,082 

0.63 

1.03 

Dadu 

7,358 

3,974 

0.54 

District 

19,583 

1.31 

Batagram 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Chaghi 

833 

671 

0.81 

Ghotki 

4,869 

3,663 

0.75 

7,598 

0.79 

Buner 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Dera Bugti 

1,103 

118 

0.11 

Hyderabad 

19,687 

25,849 

1.31 

Chakwal 

6,027 

6,083 

1.01 

Charsada 

7,665 

5,597 

0.73 

Gawadar 

3,094 

2,599 

0.84 

Jacobabad 

8,314 

5,515 

0.66 

Chiniot 

8,600 

8,389 

0.98 

Chitral 

1,146 

1,712 

1.49 

Harnai 

DG Khan 

9,898 

13,024 

1.32 

DI Khan 

6,677 

7,966 

1.19 

Jafarabad 

Faisalabad 

68,919 

67,267 

0.98 

Hangu 

2,002 

1,286 

0.64 

Jhal Magsi 

Gujranwala 

38,924 

36,034 

0.93 

Haripur 

5,610 

4,354 

0.78 

Bolan/Kachhi 

Gujrat 

14,552 

18,413 

1.27 

Karak 

1,195 

1,217 

1.02 

Kalat 

Hafizabad 

10,173 

8,689 

0.85 

Kohat 

6,393 

4,211 

0.66 

Jehlum 

10,387 

10,073 

0.97 

Kohistan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

686 

193 

0.28 

Jamshoro 

3,212 

3,762 

1.17 

2,893 

1,935 

0.67 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

6,566 

5,313 

0.81 

477 

265 

0.56 

Karachi 

77,356 

121,198 

1.57 

1,771 

982 

0.55 

Kashmore 

3,080 

2,322 

0.75 

1,678 

1,494 

0.89 

Khairpur 

5,871 

5,141 

0.88 

Turbat/Kech 

5,534 

3,232 

0.58 

Larkana 

21,518 

15,393 

0.72 

Kharan 

1,032 

456 

0.44 

Mirpur Khas 

9,103 

8,024 

0.88 

Jhang 

13,021 

11,881 

0.91 

Lakki Marwat 

3,673 

2,690 

0.73 

Khuzdar 

2,350 

1,684 

0.72 

Matiari 

915 

2,321 

2.54 

Kasur 

14,929 

16,514 

1.11 

Lower Dir 

1,774 

1,436 

0.81 

Killa Abdullah 

2,062 

468 

0.23 

Naushahro Feroze 

1,138 

6,476 

5.69 

Khanewal 

17,419 

15,499 

0.89 

Malakand 

611 

928 

1.52 

Killa Saifullah 

1,166 

769 

0.66 

S Benazirabad 

6,109 

6,239 

1.02 

2,736 

2,620 

0.96 

Kohlu 

299 

275 

0.92 

Sanghar 

9,482 

6,859 

0.72 

13,357 

9,080 

0.68 

Lasbela 

3,254 

1,526 

0.47 

Shikarpur 

8,269 

5,935 

0.72 

10,596 

10,539 

0.99 

5,259 

2,583 

0.49 

961 

1,877 

1.95 

7,557 

5,889 

0.78 

Mansehra 

82,329 

95,635 

1.16 

Mardan 

Leiah 

8,113 

8,819 

1.09 

Nowshera 

6,804 

5,797 

0.85 

Loralai 

1,706 

1,282 

0.75 

Sukhar 

Lodhran 

3,813 

4,613 

1.21 

Peshawar 

28,309 

22,467 

0.79 

Mastung 

977 

817 

0.84 

Tando A. Yar 

Mandi Bahauddin 

7,750 

6,927 

0.89 

Shangla 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Musakhel 

203 

158 

0.78 

Tando M. Khan 

Mianwali 

12,697 

8,240 

0.65 

Swabi 

6,560 

6,179 

0.94 

Nasirabad 

1,096 

497 

0.45 

Tharparkar 

Multan 

27,192 

29,634 

1.09 

Swat 

5,757 

5,103 

0.89 

Noshki 

1,056 

1,443 

1.37 

Thatta 

Muzaffargarh 

12,461 

11,646 

0.93 

Tank 

950 

1,242 

1.31 

Panjgur 

2,070 

523 

0.25 

Nankana Sahib 

12,714 

11,293 

0.89 

Upper Dir 

1,637 

1,235 

0.75 

Pishin 

2,707 

1,330 

0.49 

9,929 

8,582 

0.86 

Quetta 

16,705 

14,969 

0.90 

Okara 

 

21,527 

18,429 

0.86 

Sherani 

Pakpatan 

8,399 

6,553 

0.78 

Sibi 

RY Khan 

17,976 

21,702 

1.21 

Washuk 

Rajanpur 

5,798 

6,510 

1.12 

Zhob 

Rawalpindi 

23,304 

32,620 

1.40 

Ziarat 

743 

Sahiwal 

11,718 

13,357 

1.14 

Sargodha 

24,012 

23,700 

Sheikhupura 

18,286 

Sialkot 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

FATA 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

0.99 

Bajaur 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

21,418 

1.17 

FR Bannu 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

23,542 

23,276 

0.99 

FR D I Khan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

TT Singh 

11,890 

15,512 

1.30 

FR Kohat 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Vehari 

11,670 

10,317 

0.88 

FR Lakki 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Peshawar 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Tank 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Khyber 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

 

District  ICT  Islamabad 

14

Girls 

9,625 

Narowal 

 

Boys 

14,938 

Lahore 

 

District 

Bhakkar 

Khushab 

Boys  18,115  18,115 

Girls  19,717  19,717 

GPI  1.09  1.09 

District 

Kurram 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Mohmand 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

N Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

‐ 

‐ 

S Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

‐  0.71 

408 

75 

0.18 

1,326 

1,129 

0.85 

390 

0.52 

Girls 

GPI 

4,979  

0.92 

Astore 

472 

342 

0.72 

Diamer 

768 

190 

0.25 

Ghanche 

742 

875 

1.18 

Ghizer 

413 

299 

0.72 

1,106 

1,846 

1.67 

529 

375 

0.71 

1,371 

1,052 

0.77 

Skardu 

 

Boys  5,401  

Hunza Nagar  ‐ 

‐  1,913 

‐ 

‐ 

1,793 

0.55 

283 

415 

1.47 

 

 

Gilgit  Orakzai 

‐  2,679 

Umerkot 

‐  3,251 

District 

Boys 

Girls 

GPI 

AJK 

9,801  

9,672  

0.99 

Bagh 

642 

763 

1.19 

Bhimber 

578 

590 

1.02 

Hattian  

335 

80 

0.24 

Haveli  

330 

0.00 

Kotli 

1,389 

1,480 

1.07 

Mirpur 

2,693 

2,723 

1.01 

Muzaffarabad 

2,717 

2,873 

1.06 

Neelam 

304 

91 

0.30 

Poonch 

604 

151.00 

809 

468 

0.58 

Sudhnoti 

 

Pakistan   

Boys 

Girls 

1,052,769  1,068,349 

GPI 

1.01 


Gender Parity Index of Enrolment at Middle and Secondary Stage in Urban Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

Nankana Sahib

0.51 - 0.75

Lahore

0.76 - 1.00* Above 1

Kasur

No Urban Middle or Secondary School

Okara

* National Average is 1

Pakpattan

Method of Calculation: Gender Parity Index of Enrolment = Girls Enrolment Boys Enrolment

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

100

Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

0.26 - 0.50

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Less than 0.25

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Gujranwala

Middle and Secondary Stage in Urban Area

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Khanewal

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

Chiniot

Multan

Gender Parity Index of Enrolment

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Chagai

Loralai

Harnai

District Boundary

Gujrat

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Province Boundary

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

Zhob

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Haripur

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

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Chapter 2 Survival Rate to Grade Five Survival Rate to Grade Five is the proportion of a cohort of pupils who reached Grade 5, expressed as a percentage of pupils enrolled in the first grade of a given cycle in a given school year. This indicator is used to show the extent to which the school system can retain pupils, with or without repetition, and reflects the dropout rate. It is also used to measure the impact of dropout on internal efficiency. It is calculated by dividing the total number of pupils belonging to a pupil cohort who reached Grade 5 of primary education by the number of pupils in the original pupil cohort (i.e. those pupils who enrolled together in the first grade of primary education) multiplied by 100. This indicator is typically derived using a reconstructed student cohort flow model. It requires the following data:

• Number of students enrolled by grade for two consecutive years • Number of repeaters by grade in the second school year

Survival Rate to Grade 5 for the Year 2011-12 140%

• Number of graduates (successful completers) in the first school year 120%

• Number of net transfer students (optional) 100% 80% 60% 40% 20% 0% Pakistan

Punjab

Sindh

KP Male

Balochistan Female

AJK

Total

GB

FATA

ICT


Boys Survival Rate to Grade Five by District   

District 

Survival Rate 

Punjab 

62 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

75 

Balochistan 

Attock 

96 

Abbottabad 

88 

Bahawalnagar 

61 

Bannu 

63 

Bahawalpur 

45 

Batagram 

Bhakkar 

51 

Buner 

Chakwal 

93 

Chniot 

78 

DG Khan 

District 

Survival Rate 

District 

Awaran 

57 

Badin 

32 

Barkhan 

88 

Dadu 

46 

28 

Chaghi 

94 

Ghotki 

60 

97 

Dera Bugti 

26 

Hyderabad 

49 

Charsada 

71 

Gawadar 

54 

Jacobabad 

61 

Chitral 

87 

Harnai 

78 

Jamshoro 

48 

54 

DI Khan 

70 

Jafarabad 

53 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

43 

Faisalabad 

56 

Hangu 

72 

Jhal Magsi 

Karachi 

43 

Gujranwala 

88 

Haripur 

77 

Bolan/Kachhi 

14 

Kashmore 

64 

Gujrat 

100 

Karak 

88 

Kalat 

39 

Khairpur 

60 

Hafizabad 

66 

Kohat 

88 

Turbat/Kech 

58 

Larkana 

63 

Jehlum 

93 

Kohistan 

37 

Kharan 

35 

Mirpur Khas 

27 

Jhang 

57 

Lakki Marwat 

77 

Khuzdar 

30 

Matiari 

35 

Kasur 

65 

Lower Dir 

89 

Killa Abdullah 

33 

Naushahro Feroze 

53 

Khanewal 

54 

Malakand 

92 

Killa Saifullah 

120 

S Benazirabad 

62 

Khushab 

65 

Mansehra 

60 

Kohlu 

33 

Sanghar 

41 

Lahore 

86 

Mardan 

86 

Lasbela 

53 

Shikarpur 

52 

Leiah 

60 

Nowshera 

80 

Loralai 

34 

Sukhar 

42 

Lodhran 

46 

Peshawar 

79 

Mastung 

32 

Tando A. Yar 

33 

Mandi Bahauddin 

71 

Shangla 

58 

Musakhel 

19 

Tando M. Khan 

27 

Mianwali 

74 

Swabi 

71 

Nasirabad 

49 

Tharparkar 

40 

Multan 

42 

Swat 

96 

Noshki 

69 

Thatta 

20 

Muzaffargarh 

46 

Tank 

45 

Panjgur 

34 

Umerkot 

36 

Nankana Sahib 

77 

Upper Dir 

108 

Pishin 

32 

Narowal 

99 

Quetta 

56 

Okara 

55 

Pakpatan 

57 

RY Khan 

44 

Rajanpur 

36 

Rawalpindi 

105 

Sahiwal 

56 

Sargodha 

54 

Sheikhupura 

63 

Sialkot 

111 

TT Singh 

68 

Vehari 

43 

District 

Islamabad 

16

Survival Rate 

47 

ICT 

 

District 

Sindh 

 

District 

Survival Rate  93  93 

 

Survival Rate 

‐ 

Sherani 

29 

Sibi 

52 

Washuk 

40 

Zhob 

29 

Ziarat 

47 

 

 

Survival Rate 

District  AJK 

93 

Bagh 

18 

FATA 

16 

Bajaur 

27 

Bhimber 

102 

FR Bannu 

50 

Hattian  

‐ 

FR D I Khan 

49 

Haveli  

FR Kohat 

75 

Kotli 

95 

FR Lakki 

48 

Mirpur 

88 

FR Peshawar 

55 

Muzaffarabad 

14 

Neelam 

81 

Poonch 

109 

Sudhnoti 

113 

FR Tank 

84 

Khyber 

11 

Kurram 

 

5

19 

 

Survival Rate 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Survival Rate  86 

Astore 

‐ 

Diamer 

43 

Ghanche 

113 

Mohmand 

23 

N Waziristan 

38 

Orakzai 

S Waziristan 

Ghizer 

‐ 

Gilgit 

91 

Hunza Nagar 

124 

Skardu 

74 

‐ 

 

Pakistan   

Survival Rate 

56 


Boy s Sur v iv a l Ra te to Gr ad e Fiv e by Dis tric t

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

AFGHANISTAN

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat Harnai

Mastung

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

26% - 50% 51% - 75%*

Lahore

Above 75% No Data

Kasur

* National Average is 60%

Okara

Method of Calculation: Using Student Cohort Flow Model (Refer to Technical Notes for details)

Pakpattan

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

100

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

200

Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

10% - 25%

Narowal

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Less than 10%

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Gujranwala

Nankana Sahib

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Multan

Boys Survival Rate to Grade Five

Sheikhupura

Chiniot

Khanewal

District Boundary

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki Kalat

Loralai

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Province Boundary

Gujrat Mandi Bahauddin

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

DI Khan

Musakhel

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

Province Capital

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Bagh

Haripur

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

Zhob

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 4 ¬

8 ¬¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

17


Girls Survival Rate to Grade Five by District   

   

   

District 

Survival Rate 

Punjab 

52 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

66 

Balochistan 

20 

Sindh 

44 

Attock 

63 

Abbottabad 

83 

Awaran 

37 

Badin 

35 

Bahawalnagar 

59 

Bannu 

54 

Barkhan 

68 

Dadu 

67 

Bahawalpur 

38 

Batagram 

45 

Chaghi 

63 

Ghotki 

51 

Bhakkar 

40 

Buner 

74 

Dera Bugti 

38 

Hyderabad 

51 

Chakwal 

88 

Charsada 

61 

Gawadar 

41 

Jacobabad 

68 

Chiniot 

55 

Chitral 

122 

Harnai 

51 

Jamshoro 

46 

DG Khan 

29 

DI Khan 

47 

Jafarabad 

53 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

42 

Faisalabad 

55 

Hangu 

49 

Jhal Magsi 

Karachi 

53 

Gujranwala 

70 

Haripur 

81 

Bolan/Kachhi 

30 

Kashmore 

69 

Gujrat 

72 

Karak 

73 

Kalat 

47 

Khairpur 

65 

Hafizabad 

55 

Kohat 

52 

Turbat/Kech 

53 

Larkana 

62 

Jehlum 

101 

Kohistan 

35 

Kharan 

37 

Mirpur Khas 

28 

Jhang 

51 

Lakki Marwat 

42 

Khuzdar 

25 

Matiari 

35 

Kasur 

54 

Lower Dir 

75 

Killa Abdullah 

14 

Naushahro Feroze 

52 

Khanewal 

50 

Malakand 

83 

Killa Saifullah 

44 

S Benazirabad 

57 

Khushab 

63 

Mansehra 

58 

Kohlu 

77 

Sanghar 

41 

Lahore 

89 

Mardan 

75 

Lasbela 

42 

Shikarpur 

48 

Leiah 

43 

Nowshera 

62 

Loralai 

37 

Sukhar 

37 

Lodhran 

40 

Peshawar 

59 

Mastung 

55 

Tando A. Yar 

27 

Mandi Bahauddin 

68 

Shangla 

37 

Musakhel 

15 

Tando M. Khan 

24 

Mianwali 

48 

Swabi 

60 

Nasirabad 

26 

Tharparkar 

41 

Multan 

41 

Swat 

109 

Noshki 

48 

Thatta 

18 

Muzaffargarh 

36 

Tank 

31 

Panjgur 

46 

Umerkot 

32 

Nankana Sahib 

71 

Upper Dir 

110 

Narowal 

71 

Okara 

49 

Pakpatan 

43 

RY Khan 

42 

Rajanpur 

Rawalpindi 

91 

Sahiwal 

62 

FATA 

13 

Sargodha 

49 

Bajaur 

Sheikhupura 

72 

FR Bannu 

Sialkot 

95 

TT Singh 

61 

Vehari 

ICT  Islamabad 

 

  18

Survival Rate 

5

41 

Survival Rate  97  9 

 

District 

District 

Pishin 

 

 

District 

District 

Survival Rate 

Survival Rate 

 

30 

Quetta 

46 

Sherani 

33 

Sibi 

56 

Washuk 

35 

Zhob 

29 

Ziarat 

54 

Survival Rate 

District 

Survival Rate 

District  AJK 

90 

Bagh 

19 

22 

Bhimber 

86 

37 

Hattian  

‐ 

FR D I Khan 

10 

Haveli  

‐ 

FR Kohat 

20 

FR Lakki 

41 

FR Peshawar 

34 

FR Tank 

33 

Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Khyber 

13 

Astore 

138 

Kurram 

Diamer 

20 

Mohmand 

23 

Ghanche 

106 

N Waziristan 

67 

Ghizer 

‐ 

Orakzai 

Gilgit 

96 

S Waziristan 

‐ 

Hunza Nagar 

126 

Skardu 

56 

 

6

District 

Survival Rate  90 

Kotli 

88 

Mirpur 

90 

Muzaffarabad 

21 

Neelam 

94 

Poonch 

111 

Sudhnoti 

101 

 

Pakistan   

Survival Rate 

50 


Girls S ur viv a l Ra te to Gra de Five by Dis tric t

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

AFGHANISTAN

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

26% - 50%

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

51% - 75%* Above 75%

Kasur

No Data

Okara

* National Average is 53% Method of Calculation: Using Student Cohort Flow Model (Refer to Technical Notes for details)

Pakpattan

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

100

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

200 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

10% - 25%

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Gujranwala

Less than 10%

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Girls Survival Rate to Grade Five

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Khanewal

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

District Boundary

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki Kalat

Loralai

Harnai

Province Boundary

Gujrat

Chiniot

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Muzaffargarh

International Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Province Capital

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Bagh

Haripur

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

Zhob

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

¬1 Punjab ¬2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬5 Balochistan ¬6 Gilgit Baltistan 6 ¬ ¬7 Sindh 3 ¬ ¬8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir 2 8 ¬ ¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

19


Gender Parity Index (GPI) of Survival Rate to Grade Five by District   

 

District 

Survival Rate 

Punjab 

0.85 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

0.88 

Balochistan 

1.01 

Sindh 

1.00 

Attock 

0.65 

Abbottabad 

0.94 

Awaran 

0.64 

Badin 

1.07 

Bahawalnagar 

0.95 

Bannu 

0.85 

Barkhan 

0.78 

Dadu 

1.44 

Bahawalpur 

0.85 

Batagram 

1.58 

Chaghi 

0.67 

Ghotki 

0.84 

Bhakkar 

0.78 

Buner 

0.77 

Dera Bugti 

1.45 

Hyderabad 

1.05 

Chakwal 

0.95 

Charsada 

0.86 

Gawadar 

0.76 

Jacobabad 

1.11 

Chniot 

0.70 

Chitral 

1.39 

Harnai 

0.66 

Jamshoro 

0.95 

DG Khan 

0.55 

DI Khan 

0.67 

Jafarabad 

1.00 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

0.99 

Faisalabad 

0.99 

Hangu 

0.68 

Jhal Magsi 

Karachi 

1.22 

Gujranwala 

0.80 

Haripur 

1.04 

Bolan/Kachhi 

2.16 

Kashmore 

1.08 

Gujrat 

0.72 

Karak 

0.83 

Kalat 

1.22 

Khairpur 

1.10 

Hafizabad 

0.84 

Kohat 

0.59 

Turbat/Kech 

0.91 

Larkana 

0.98 

Jehlum 

1.08 

Kohistan 

0.96 

Kharan 

1.05 

Mirpur Khas 

1.05 

Jhang 

0.89 

Lakki Marwat 

0.54 

Khuzdar 

0.83 

Matiari 

1.00 

Kasur 

0.83 

Lower Dir 

0.84 

Killa Abdullah 

0.43 

Naushahro Feroze 

0.97 

Khanewal 

0.94 

Malakand 

0.90 

Killa Saifullah 

0.37 

S Benazirabad 

0.91 

Khushab 

0.97 

Mansehra 

0.97 

Kohlu 

2.37 

Sanghar 

0.99 

Lahore 

1.04 

Mardan 

0.88 

Lasbela 

0.78 

Shikarpur 

0.93 

Leiah 

0.73 

Nowshera 

0.77 

Loralai 

1.09 

Sukhar 

0.89 

Lodhran 

0.87 

Peshawar 

0.75 

Mastung 

1.71 

Tando A. Yar 

0.81 

Mandi Bahauddin 

0.96 

Shangla 

0.64 

Musakhel 

0.78 

Tando M. Khan 

0.90 

Mianwali 

0.65 

Swabi 

0.85 

Nasirabad 

0.53 

Tharparkar 

1.00 

Multan 

0.96 

Swat 

1.14 

Noshki 

0.69 

Thatta 

0.87 

Muzaffargarh 

0.78 

Tank 

0.68 

Panjgur 

1.35 

Umerkot 

0.88 

Nankana Sahib 

0.92 

Upper Dir 

1.03 

Pishin 

0.94 

Narowal 

0.72 

Okara 

0.89 

Pakpatan 

0.76 

RY Khan 

0.96 

Rajanpur 

0.25 

Rawalpindi 

0.86 

Sahiwal 

1.11 

Sargodha 

0.91 

Sheikhupura 

1.14 

Sialkot 

0.86 

TT Singh 

0.90 

Vehari 

0.95 

District 

District  FATA 

ICT  Islamabad 

 

  20

Survival Rate 

Survival Rate  0.77 

Survival Rate 

‐ 

Quetta 

0.82 

Sherani 

1.16 

Sibi 

1.07 

Washuk 

0.88 

Zhob 

1.00 

Ziarat 

1.15 

Survival Rate 

District 

 

 

Survival Rate 

District  AJK 

1.05 

Bagh 

1.04  0.84  ‐ 

Bajaur 

0.81 

FR Bannu 

0.73 

Hattian  

FR D I Khan 

0.20 

Haveli  

FR Kohat 

0.27 

Kotli 

0.93 

FR Lakki 

0.87 

Mirpur 

1.02 

Muzaffarabad 

1.51 

Neelam 

1.16 

Poonch 

1.02 

Sudhnoti 

0.89 

FR Peshawar 

0.62 

FR Tank 

0.39 

Khyber 

1.23 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Survival Rate  0.85 

Astore 

‐ 

Diamer 

0.48 

Ghanche 

0.94 

0.63 

Mohmand 

0.97 

1.05 

N Waziristan 

1.78 

1.05 

Orakzai 

1.30 

S Waziristan 

0.21 

 

District 

Bhimber 

Kurram 

5

 

 

District 

Survival Rate 

Ghizer 

‐ 

Gilgit 

1.05 

Hunza Nagar 

1.02 

Skardu 

0.75 

‐ 

 

Pakistan   

Survival Rate 

0.93 


Gender Parity Index of Survival Rate to Grade Five by District

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

0.51 - 0.75

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

0.76 - 1.00* Above 1

Kasur

No Data

Okara

* National Average is 0.92 Method of Calculation: Gender Parity Index = Survival Rate to Grade Five for Girls Survival Rate to Grade Five for Boys

Pakpattan

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

100

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

200 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

0.25 - 0.50

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Gujranwala

Less than 0.25

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Survival Rate to Grade Five

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Khanewal

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

District Boundary

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki Kalat

Loralai

Harnai

Province Boundary

Gujrat

Chiniot

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Muzaffargarh

International Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Province Capital

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Bagh

Haripur

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

Zhob

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

21


Chapter 3 Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR) PTR is one of the most common indicators used in educational planning. A low number of pupils per teacher suggests that students will have a higher chance of contact with the teachers and hence a better teaching-learning process. This would also tend to indicate a more expensive education. This ratio is also used to measure the level of human resource input (teachers). Many planners also use this ratio for projecting the number of teachers required. It can be calculated by dividing the total number of pupils enrolled in a specific education level by the number of teachers at the same level. Total number of pupils enrolled at a particular education level PTR

=

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total number of teachers at same level

Pupil-Teacher Ratio 40 38 36 34 32

Primary

30

Middle

28

High

26

H. Sec

24 22 20 2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12


Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR) in Primary Schools of Rural Areas by District  

 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

Punjab 

4,211,127 

103,945 

41 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

PTR 

2,712,134 

62,469 

43 

Balochistan 

116,101 

3,362 

35 

Awaran 

94,303 

2,372 

40 

Barkhan 

5

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

484,381 

14,551 

33 

Sindh 

2,536,201 

69,293 

37 

11,492 

323 

13,558 

672 

36 

Badin 

129,344 

4,228 

31 

20 

Dadu 

173,890 

4,317 

40 

District 

73,171 

2,318 

32 

Abbottabad 

4,289 

39 

Bannu 

Bahawalpur 

125,584 

3,408 

37 

Batagram 

67,355 

1,543 

44 

Chaghi 

13,247 

223 

59 

Ghotki 

161,130 

3,190 

51 

Bhakkar 

110,626 

2,509 

44 

Buner 

120,873 

2,102 

58 

Dera Bugti 

9,482 

429 

22 

Hyderabad 

37,900 

1,230 

31 

Chakwal 

54,801 

2,076 

26 

Charsada 

129,510 

2,944 

44 

Gawadar 

6,593 

167 

39 

Jacobabad 

105,171 

2,742 

38 

68,743 

1,652 

42 

Chitral 

45,983 

1,308 

35 

Harnai 

5,137 

172 

30 

Jamshoro 

DG Khan 

161,402 

3,438 

47 

DI Khan 

110,367 

2,863 

39 

Jafarabad 

41,033 

1,181 

35 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

Faisalabad 

191,318 

4,610 

42 

Hangu 

39,034 

862 

45 

Jhal Magsi 

11,955 

354 

34 

Gujranwala 

122,069 

3,041 

40 

Haripur 

88,970 

2,872 

31 

Bolan/Kachhi 

22,360 

591 

38 

Gujrat 

113,792 

3,374 

34 

Karak 

76,491 

2,148 

36 

Kalat 

19,562 

443 

Hafizabad 

66,084 

1,406 

47 

Kohat 

75,018 

1,909 

39 

Turbat/Kech 

30,798 

Jehlum 

48,467 

1,647 

29 

Kohistan 

86,585 

2,010 

43 

Kharan 

8,435 

Jhang 

150,830 

3,722 

41 

Lakki Marwat 

85,637 

2,137 

40 

Khuzdar 

Kasur 

150,057 

3,101 

48 

Lower Dir 

211,393 

4,002 

53 

Killa Abdullah 

Khanewal 

128,158 

2,875 

45 

Malakand 

79,901 

1,824 

44 

Killa Saifullah 

27,056 

38,599 

1,202 

32 

131,887 

2,532 

52 

Karachi 

44,977 

1,335 

34 

Kashmore 

73,680 

1,969 

37 

44 

Khairpur 

225,515 

5,432 

42 

873 

35 

Larkana 

110,618 

3,165 

35 

184 

46 

Mirpur Khas 

94,587 

3,023 

31 

26,187 

750 

35 

Matiari 

65,191 

2,410 

27 

22,972 

511 

45 

Naushahro Feroze 

167,568 

4,151 

40 

818 

33 

S Benazirabad 

146,396 

4,230 

35 

Khushab 

65,229 

1,957 

33 

Mansehra 

197,942 

5,194 

38 

Kohlu 

9,994 

412 

24 

Sanghar 

176,344 

5,651 

31 

Lahore 

73,755 

1,779 

41 

Mardan 

215,682 

4,978 

43 

Lasbela 

22,256 

610 

36 

Shikarpur 

73,346 

2,253 

33 

120,870 

2,582 

47 

Nowshera 

105,602 

2,463 

43 

Loralai 

30,185 

776 

39 

Sukhar 

76,711 

1,903 

40 

Lodhran 

61,956 

1,468 

42 

Peshawar 

150,361 

3,162 

48 

Mastung 

11,566 

426 

27 

Tando A. Yar 

43,177 

1,047 

41 

Mandi Bahauddin 

78,369 

1,695 

46 

Shangla 

62,645 

1,506 

42 

Musakhel 

6,218 

294 

21 

Tando M. Khan 

44,682 

1,393 

32 

Mianwali 

95,417 

2,704 

35 

Swabi 

161,254 

3,630 

44 

Nasirabad 

17,170 

532 

32 

Tharparkar 

188,687 

4,555 

41 

Multan 

111,890 

2,570 

44 

Swat 

213,967 

4,093 

52 

Noshki 

12,014 

234 

51 

Thatta 

128,484 

4,184 

31 

Muzaffargarh 

224,139 

4,000 

56 

Tank 

31,459 

844 

37 

Panjgur 

15,621 

463 

34 

98,317 

3,151 

31 

Nankana Sahib 

89,908 

2,077 

43 

Upper Dir 

145,701 

2,341 

62 

Pishin 

33,619 

1,044 

32 

Narowal 

127,199 

3,544 

36 

Quetta 

23,595 

868 

27 

Okara 

 

133,974 

2,976 

45 

Sherani 

5,139 

181 

28 

Pakpatan 

91,055 

1,743 

52 

Sibi 

4,566 

297 

15 

RY Khan 

252,895 

5,889 

43 

Washuk 

7,252 

162 

45 

Rajanpur 

85,634 

2,313 

37 

Zhob 

8,249 

267 

31 

101,764 

4,094 

25 

Ziarat 

7,070 

294 

24 

97,139 

2,025 

48 

157,451 

3,914 

40 

Rawalpindi  Sahiwal  Sargodha  Sheikhupura  Sialkot 

District 

18,163 

942 

19 

621 

27 

Haveli  

12,397 

385 

32 

Kotli 

45,953 

1,742 

26 

Mirpur 

11,422 

699 

16 

Muzaffarabad 

34,456 

1,435 

24 

Neelam 

13,785 

490 

28 

Poonch 

25,826 

1,279 

20 

Sudhnoti 

15,531 

725 

21 

Teachers 

PTR 

274,747 

39 

19,889 

813 

24 

7,509 

295 

25 

300 

14 

Vehari 

130,667 

2,859 

46 

FR Lakki 

4,423 

207 

21 

FR Peshawar 

6,988 

327 

21 

 

22 

16,662 

4,114 

 

817 

Hattian  

FR Kohat 

20 

18,112 

Bhimber 

44 

1,352 

Bagh 

64 

FR D I Khan 

26,720 

23 

1,377 

2,482 

Islamabad 

9,135 

88,534 

32 

20 

212,307 

Bajaur 

5,341 

1,352 

AJK 

30 

172,996 

26,720 

PTR 

11,339 

108,351 

ICT 

Teachers 

339,787 

FR Bannu 

PTR 

Students 

FATA 

39 

Teachers 

District 

PTR 

2,467 

Students 

Teachers 

TT Singh 

District 

Umerkot 

 

Students 

96,287 

 

22

Teachers 

169,080 

Leiah 

 

Students 

Bahawalnagar 

Chiniot 

District 

 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Students  80,336 

Teachers 

PTR 

2,663 

30 

FR Tank 

10,667 

370 

29 

Astore 

5,574 

161 

35 

Khyber 

62,433 

1,516 

41 

Diamer 

9,531 

276 

35 

Kurram 

19,560 

1,002 

20 

Ghanche 

12,072 

374 

32 

Mohmand 

36,211 

1,145 

32 

Ghizer 

11,147 

396 

28 

N Waziristan 

54,216 

1,799 

30 

Gilgit 

10,722 

359 

30 

6,800 

266 

26 

24,490 

831 

29 

Orakzai 

13,004 

939 

14 

S Waziristan 

12,239 

1,249 

10 

Hunza Nagar  Skardu 

 

 

Pakistan   

Students 

10,602,993 


Pupil Te a che r Ra tio in Pr imar y Sc hools* in Rur al Are a s by Tehs il

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat Harnai

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

31 - 40**

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

41 - 50 Above 50

Kasur

No Rural Primary School*

Okara

* Mosque Schools are included ** National Average is 37.3

Pakpattan

Vehari

Method of Calculation: Pupil Teacher Ratio= Number of Students Number of Teachers

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

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§

Sanghar

100 Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

15 - 30

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Gujranwala

Less than 15

Narowal

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Primary Schools* in Rural Areas

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

Pupil Teacher Ratio

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Mandi Bahauddin

Chiniot

Khanewal

District Boundary

Gujrat

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Province Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Line of Control

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

International Boundary

Sudhnoti

Chakwal

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Haripur

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Nowshera

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ ¬ 4 ¬

2¬ 8 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

23


Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR) in Middle and Secondary Schools of Rural Areas by District 

Teachers 

PTR 

780,147 

36,629 

21 

Balochistan 

Abbottabad 

41,407 

2,290 

18 

Awaran 

Bannu 

23,865 

1,746 

14 

Barkhan 

6,010 

556 

11 

Chaghi 

30,280 

1,097 

28 

Dera Bugti 

1,648 

23 

Gawadar 

24,411 

1,236 

20 

Harnai 

27,697 

2,008 

14 

Jafarabad 

8,291 

379 

22 

Jhal Magsi 

39,876 

1,986 

20 

Bolan/Kachhi 

32,491 

1,619 

20 

Kalat 

26,412 

1,237 

21 

Turbat/Kech 

4,319 

548 

Kharan 

Lakki Marwat 

26,829 

1,409 

19 

Khuzdar 

Lower Dir 

64,692 

2,291 

28 

Killa Abdullah 

32 

Malakand 

34,121 

1,459 

23 

Killa Saifullah 

Teachers 

PTR 

Punjab 

3,930,209 

133,821 

29 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

104,090 

3,826 

27 

Bahawalnagar 

125,505 

5,182 

24 

Bahawalpur 

84,442 

3,613 

23 

Batagram 

Bhakkar 

71,228 

2,366 

30 

Buner 

Chakwal 

115,512 

4,598 

25 

Charsada 

38,054 

Chiniot 

36,532 

1,167 

31 

Chitral 

DG Khan 

82,672 

2,891 

29 

DI Khan 

Faisalabad 

261,997 

8,348 

31 

Hangu 

Gujranwala 

144,383 

4,585 

31 

Haripur 

Gujrat 

134,451 

4,696 

29 

Karak 

Hafizabad 

42,018 

1,475 

28 

Kohat 

Jehlum 

84,483 

2,865 

29 

Kohistan 

Jhang 

103,484 

3,298 

31 

Kasur 

151,835 

4,141 

37 

Khanewal 

167,059 

5,233 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

234,749 

14,533 

16 

Sindh 

602,393 

19,891 

30 

7,288 

409 

3,205 

375 

18 

Badin 

32,038 

1,006 

32 

Dadu 

31,426 

1,223 

26 

5,752  3,939 

240 

24 

Ghotki 

34,371 

848 

41 

701 

Hyderabad 

11,867 

405 

29 

4,656 

213 

22 

Jacobabad 

14,591 

737 

20 

2,258 

143 

16 

Jamshoro 

11,041 

449 

25 

16,906 

967 

17 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

23,896 

656 

36 

5,246 

363 

14 

Karachi 

21,194 

843 

25 

5,434 

471 

12 

Kashmore 

16,561 

660 

25 

7,214 

418 

17 

Khairpur 

71,809 

2,621 

27 

22,943 

1149 

20 

Larkana 

21,180 

703 

30 

3,854 

318 

12 

Mirpur Khas 

25,043 

898 

28 

7,766 

365 

21 

Matiari 

18,120 

638 

28 

13,126 

524 

25 

Naushahro Feroze 

62,668 

1,670 

38 

6,851 

541 

13 

S Benazirabad 

30,748 

791 

39 

District 

52,564 

2,064 

25 

Mansehra 

48,441 

2,962 

16 

Kohlu 

2,583 

351 

Sanghar 

39,363 

1,396 

28 

Lahore 

93,621 

2,379 

39 

Mardan 

76,332 

2,713 

28 

Lasbela 

10,993 

543 

20 

Shikarpur 

19,923 

761 

26 

Leiah 

82,732 

3,233 

26 

Nowshera 

33,491 

1,445 

23 

Loralai 

7,605 

621 

12 

Sukhar 

24,767 

824 

30 

Lodhran 

63,845 

2,613 

24 

Peshawar 

36,615 

1,439 

25 

Mastung 

8,857 

517 

17 

Tando A. Yar 

8,880 

259 

34 

Mandi Bahauddin 

87,712 

2,716 

32 

Shangla 

13,507 

818 

17 

Musakhel 

3,109 

260 

12 

Tando M. Khan 

7,920 

337 

24 

Mianwali 

79,660 

2,737 

29 

Swabi 

58,153 

2,194 

27 

Nasirabad 

6,619 

372 

18 

Tharparkar 

30,833 

844 

37 

Multan 

94,578 

3,165 

30 

Swat 

50,550 

2,161 

23 

Noshki 

8,314 

577 

14 

Thatta 

17,852 

727 

25 

Muzaffargarh 

107,713 

3,279 

33 

Tank 

6,806 

518 

13 

Panjgur 

11,394 

613 

19 

Umerkot 

26,302 

595 

44 

Nankana Sahib 

80,667 

3,088 

26 

Upper Dir 

27,497 

870 

32 

Pishin 

19,858 

1159 

17 

Narowal 

109,888 

3,345 

33 

Quetta 

20,424 

911 

22 

Okara 

 

125,288 

3,594 

35 

Sherani 

1,029 

115 

Pakpatan 

74,198 

2,186 

34 

Sibi 

3,668 

309 

12 

RY Khan 

152,316 

5,056 

30 

Washuk 

3,738 

144 

26 

Rajanpur 

38,136 

1,496 

25 

Zhob 

6,005 

466 

13 

Rawalpindi 

132,615 

5,707 

23 

Ziarat 

4,115 

378 

11 

Sahiwal 

157,682 

5,491 

29 

Sargodha 

166,138 

6,189 

27 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

FATA 

143,811 

8,697 

17 

Bajaur 

13,851 

626 

22 

96,038 

2,963 

32 

FR Bannu 

9,277 

582 

16 

161,399 

5,164 

31 

FR D I Khan 

2,839 

194 

15 

TT Singh 

135,883 

4,656 

29 

FR Kohat 

6,675 

448 

15 

Vehari 

127,845 

4,416 

29 

FR Lakki 

1,511 

126 

12 

FR Peshawar 

6,728 

353 

19 

 

District  ICT  Islamabad 

Students  54,618  54,866 

Teachers  1,978  2,346 

PTR  28  23 

   

24

5

Khushab 

Sialkot 

 

Students 

Students 

Sheikhupura 

District 

District 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Students  61,205 

Teachers 

PTR 

2,742 

22 

4,837 

302 

16 

Astore 

6,524 

347 

19 

Khyber 

20,429 

986 

21 

Diamer 

6,822 

274 

25 

Kurram 

22,042 

1036 

21 

Ghanche 

7,737 

377 

21 

Mohmand 

16,381 

925 

18 

Ghizer 

8,268 

323 

26 

N Waziristan 

23,626 

1274 

19 

Gilgit 

9,906 

462 

21 

Hunza Nagar 

6,080 

311 

20 

15,868 

648 

24 

5,625 

620 

S Waziristan 

9,990 

1225 

 

FR Tank 

Orakzai 

 

Skardu 

 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

AJK 

270,365 

17,675 

15 

Bagh 

35,020 

2,371 

15 

Bhimber 

28,464 

1,866 

15 

Hattian  

17,138 

1,018 

17 

Haveli  

12,704 

645 

20 

Kotli 

49,645 

2,861 

17 

Mirpur 

26,390 

1,676 

16 

Muzaffarabad 

34,495 

2,380 

14 

Neelam 

13,528 

620 

22 

Poonch 

31,995 

2,908 

11 

Sudhnoti 

20,986 

1,330 

16 

 

Pakistan   

Students 

6,077,745 

Teachers 

PTR 

236,334 

26 


Pupil Teacher Ratio in Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat Harnai

Mastung Nushki Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Lasbela

15 - 30* 31 - 40

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

41 - 50 Above 50

Kasur

No Rural Middle or Secondary School

Okara

* National Average is 25

Pakpattan

Method of Calculation: Pupil Teacher Ratio= Number of Students Number of Teachers

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

100

200

300

Jamshoro

Thatta

INDIA

§

Ghotki

Khairpur

ACRONYMS

Sanghar

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad Tando M. Khan

Karachi

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Gawadar

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Gujranwala

Less than 15

Narowal

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Middle and Secondary Schools in Rural Areas

Kilometers

Washuk

Panjgur

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

Pupil Teacher Ratio

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Mandi Bahauddin

Chiniot

Khanewal

District Boundary

Gujrat

Sargodha

Bhakkar

Province Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Line of Control

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

Leiah

International Boundary

Sudhnoti

Chakwal

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Haripur

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad Abbottabad Hattian

Attock

Bannu

Sherani

National Capital

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Nowshera

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2¬ 8 ¬ 4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

25


Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR) in Primary Schools of Urban Areas by District 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

Punjab 

638,667 

17,998 

35 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

PTR 

317,957 

8,534 

37 

Balochistan 

5

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

94,831 

3,317 

29 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

Sindh 

755,773 

32,768 

23 

9,844 

324 

30 

Abbottabad 

8,833 

283 

31 

Awaran 

200 

67 

Badin 

16,224 

647 

25 

565 

26 

Bannu 

7,641 

187 

41 

Barkhan 

496 

32 

16 

Dadu 

34,941 

1,261 

28 

Bahawalpur 

23,280 

743 

31 

Batagram 

‐ 

‐ 

Chaghi 

2,702 

78 

35 

Ghotki 

12,878 

293 

44 

Bhakkar 

14,412 

362 

40 

Buner 

Chakwal 

5,132 

176 

29 

Charsada 

Chiniot 

13,640 

358 

38 

Chitral 

DG Khan 

17,450 

545 

32 

DI Khan 

Faisalabad 

54,307 

1,377 

39 

Hangu 

Gujranwala 

44,027 

1,080 

41 

Gujrat 

15,160 

427 

36 

Hafizabad 

‐  ‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Dera Bugti 

3,154 

114 

28 

Hyderabad 

71,260 

4,107 

17 

25,989 

654 

40 

Gawadar 

5,535 

127 

44 

Jacobabad 

27,587 

838 

33 

4,107 

117 

35 

Harnai 

875 

35 

25 

Jamshoro 

25,290 

842 

30 

14,557 

596 

24 

Jafarabad 

4,994 

140 

36 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

28,112 

781 

36 

6,943 

173 

40 

Jhal Magsi 

1,636 

40 

41 

Karachi 

278,177 

13,370 

21 

Haripur 

6,411 

207 

31 

Bolan/Kachhi 

2,895 

115 

25 

Kashmore 

12,128 

270 

45 

Karak 

3,442 

90 

38 

Kalat 

4,999 

163 

31 

Khairpur 

22,131 

769 

29 

38 

Turbat/Kech 

5,867 

211 

28 

Larkana 

55,723 

1,814 

31 

Kharan 

1,394 

41 

34 

Mirpur Khas 

22,982 

1,295 

18 

4,801 

328 

15 

11,030 

242 

46 

Kohat 

Jehlum 

5,512 

181 

30 

Kohistan 

Jhang 

17,184 

515 

33 

Lakki Marwat 

5,984 

Kasur 

20,128 

485 

42 

Lower Dir 

Khanewal 

16,751 

407 

41 

Malakand 

Khushab 

10,515 

393 

27 

Mansehra 

Lahore 

54,960 

1,265 

43 

Mardan 

Leiah 

7,630 

219 

35 

Nowshera 

22,195 

Lodhran 

3,940 

114 

35 

Peshawar 

Mandi Bahauddin 

8,696 

229 

38 

Shangla 

19,331            ‐ 

514            ‐ 

           ‐ 

219 

27 

Khuzdar 

3,890 

149 

26 

Matiari 

4,542 

99 

46 

Killa Abdullah 

5,192 

125 

42 

Naushahro Feroze 

17,229 

645 

27 

5,867 

127 

46 

Killa Saifullah 

538 

23 

23 

S Benazirabad 

13,797 

684 

20 

3,245 

75 

43 

Kohlu 

434 

20 

22 

Sanghar 

29,741 

1,393 

21 

34,804 

854 

41 

Lasbela 

5,729 

124 

46 

Shikarpur 

22,882 

843 

27 

563 

39 

Loralai 

4,063 

153 

27 

Sukhar 

30,846 

1,284 

24 

36 

Mastung 

95,483            ‐ 

2,617         ‐ 

          ‐ 

1,422 

63 

23 

Tando A. Yar 

9,207 

419 

22 

Musakhel 

635 

28 

23 

Tando M. Khan 

5,112 

311 

16 

Mianwali 

12,664 

373 

34 

Swabi 

17,815 

384 

46 

Nasirabad 

2,424 

77 

31 

Tharparkar 

Multan 

48,406 

1,262 

38 

Swat 

25,505 

637 

40 

Noshki 

1,639 

38 

43 

Thatta 

Muzaffargarh 

12,547 

431 

29 

Tank 

3,696 

109 

34 

Panjgur 

2,038 

77 

26 

Okara 

10,179 

288 

35 

7,957 

256 

31 

Upper Dir 

1,567 

29 

54 

 

Pishin 

7,069 

195 

36 

Quetta 

15,542 

714 

22 

17,174 

476 

36 

Sherani 

Pakpatan 

6,611 

156 

42 

Sibi 

RY Khan 

23,309 

624 

37 

Washuk 

Rajanpur 

9,803 

490 

20 

26,507 

788 

34 

Rawalpindi  Sahiwal  Sargodha 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

18 

700 

13 

54 

Zhob 

4,861 

209 

23 

Ziarat 

653 

29 

23 

26 

1,902 

76 

25 

 

District  AJK 

 

Bagh 

Students 

Teachers 

PTR 

7,628 

454 

17 

260 

17 

15 

FATA 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

26,838 

889 

30 

Bajaur 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Bhimber 

399 

36 

11 

Hattian  

505 

16 

32 

Haveli  

240 

34 

35 

FR Bannu 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Sialkot 

11,211 

369 

30 

FR D I Khan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

TT Singh 

15,768 

430 

37 

FR Kohat 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

12,595 

345 

37 

 

Islamabad 

41 

24 

37 

547 

ICT 

1  180 

70  428 

267 

19,068 

District 

41  3,214 

Umerkot 

1,683  11,140 

9,810 

Sheikhupura 

Vehari 

Students  24,807  24,807 

Teachers  1,331  1,331 

PTR  19  19 

   

26

Teachers 

14,622 

Narowal 

 

Students 

Bahawalnagar 

Nankana Sahib 

District 

FR Lakki 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Peshawar 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Kotli 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Students  5,957 

Teachers 

PTR 

263 

23 

FR Tank 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Astore 

970 

30 

32 

Khyber 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Diamer 

870 

21 

41 

Kurram 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Ghanche 

1,628 

78 

21 

Mohmand 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Ghizer 

93 

31 

N Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Gilgit 

839 

54 

16 

Hunza Nagar 

378 

18 

21 

1,179 

59 

20 

Orakzai 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

S Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Skardu 

 

969 

45 

22 

Mirpur 

2,376 

167 

14 

Muzaffarabad 

2,167 

106 

20 

Neelam 

30 

15 

Poonch 

41 

10 

641 

48 

13 

Sudhnoti 

 

Pakistan   

Students 

1,845,620 

Teachers 

64,665 

PTR 

29 


Pupil Te a che r Ra tio in Pr imar y Sc hools* in Ur ban Ar ea s by Te hsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

Nankana Sahib

31 - 40**

Lahore

41 - 50 Above 50

Kasur

No Urban Primary School*

Okara

* Mosque Schools are included ** National Average is 33

Pakpattan

Vehari

Method of Calculation: Pupil Teacher Ratio= Number of Students Number of Teachers

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

100

Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

15 - 30

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Less than 15

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Gujranwala

Primary Schools* in Urban Areas

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Multan

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

Chiniot

Khanewal

Pupil Teacher Ratio

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki Kalat

Loralai

Harnai

District Boundary

Gujrat

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Province Boundary

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Bhakkar

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

Zhob

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Haripur

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

27


Pupil Teacher Ratio (PTR) in Middle and Secondary Schools of Urban Areas by District   

 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PCR 

Punjab 

1,899,241 

58,558 

32 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

30,532 

1,082 

28 

Abbottabad 

Bahawalnagar 

43,770 

1,610 

27 

Bannu 

Bahawalpur 

52,494 

1,876 

28 

Batagram 

Bhakkar 

20,963 

538 

39 

Buner 

Chakwal 

15,223 

537 

28 

Charsada 

Chiniot 

22,789 

625 

36 

Chitral 

DG Khan 

29,311 

906 

32 

DI Khan 

PCR 

207,007 

8,082 

26 

Balochistan 

11,738 

532 

22 

Awaran 

‐ 

‐ 

7,293 

278 

26 

Barkhan 

1,262 

70 

18 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Chaghi 

4,407 

158 

28 

Ghotki 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Dera Bugti 

3,889 

352 

11 

Hyderabad 

13,262 

498 

27 

Gawadar 

12,083 

383 

32 

Jacobabad 

15,459 

2,858 

204 

14 

Harnai 

1,967 

73 

27 

Jamshoro 

14,643 

708 

21 

Jafarabad 

12,324 

357 

35 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

5

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PCR 

222,609 

9,750 

23 

District 

Students 

Teachers 

PCR 

508,626 

22,658 

22 

Badin 

8,222 

239 

34 

Dadu 

11,277 

406 

28 

8,522 

221 

39 

48,440 

2,891 

17 

457 

34 

Sindh 

‐ 

6,944 

293 

24 

11,879 

270 

44 

197,995 

5,143 

38 

Hangu 

3,288 

110 

30 

Jhal Magsi 

1,684 

117 

14 

Karachi 

223,549 

11,489 

19 

108,785 

3,364 

32 

Haripur 

9,964 

401 

25 

Bolan/Kachhi 

5,853 

260 

23 

Kashmore 

5,404 

152 

36 

Gujrat 

50,078 

1,478 

34 

Karak 

2,412 

108 

22 

Kalat 

7,332 

329 

22 

Khairpur 

12,429 

503 

25 

Hafizabad 

23,275 

610 

38 

Kohat 

10,604 

421 

25 

Turbat/Kech 

18,332 

788 

23 

Larkana 

38,398 

1,161 

33 

Jehlum 

26,770 

893 

30 

Kohistan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

4,018 

115 

35 

Mirpur Khas 

18,078 

696 

26 

Kharan 

Jhang 

34,936 

1,240 

28 

Lakki Marwat 

6,363 

234 

27 

Khuzdar 

9,548 

408 

23 

Matiari 

3,236 

116 

28 

Kasur 

43,516 

1,155 

38 

Lower Dir 

3,210 

83 

39 

Killa Abdullah 

5,453 

168 

32 

Naushahro Feroze 

8,508 

268 

32 

Khanewal 

46,979 

1,397 

34 

Malakand 

1,539 

57 

27 

Killa Saifullah 

3,598 

117 

31 

S Benazirabad 

15,763 

469 

34 

18,489 

740 

25 

Mansehra 

5,356 

266 

20 

Kohlu 

1,308 

83 

16 

Sanghar 

16,890 

652 

26 

324,010 

9,227 

35 

Mardan 

22,437 

741 

30 

Lasbela 

11,551 

465 

25 

Shikarpur 

14,204 

571 

25 

Leiah 

23,448 

789 

30 

Nowshera 

12,601 

510 

25 

Loralai 

5,558 

290 

19 

Sukhar 

24,236 

1,175 

21 

Lodhran 

12,566 

435 

29 

Peshawar 

50,776 

1,884 

27 

Mastung 

3,863 

192 

20 

Tando A. Yar 

8,027 

208 

39 

Mandi Bahauddin 

18,526 

609 

30 

Shangla 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Musakhel 

836 

67 

12 

Tando M. Khan 

3,276 

145 

23 

Mianwali 

27,462 

845 

32 

Swabi 

12,739 

430 

30 

Nasirabad 

4,006 

120 

33 

Tharparkar 

103,713 

3,424 

30 

Swat 

10,860 

444 

24 

Noshki 

5,739 

263 

22 

Thatta 

Muzaffargarh 

34,157 

1,207 

28 

Tank 

2,192 

99 

22 

Panjgur 

5,813 

312 

19 

Nankana Sahib 

31,323 

867 

36 

Upper Dir 

2,872 

74 

39 

Pishin 

8,361 

428 

20 

Narowal 

21,027 

690 

30 

Quetta 

64,003 

2,888 

22 

Okara 

58,517 

1,453 

40 

Sherani 

Pakpatan 

21,691 

660 

33 

Sibi 

RY Khan 

68,646 

2,016 

34 

Washuk 

Rajanpur 

14,007 

435 

32 

Zhob 

Rawalpindi 

91,665 

3,573 

26 

Ziarat 

Sahiwal 

35,761 

1,220 

29 

Sargodha 

65,477 

2,147 

30 

Multan 

 

District 

19 

PCR 

AJK 

30,648 

2,025 

15 

Bagh 

2,136 

173 

12 

1,633 

93 

18 

Hattian  

696 

50 

14 

FR D I Khan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

TT Singh 

37,331 

1,174 

32 

FR Kohat 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Vehari 

31,353 

1,067 

29 

FR Lakki 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

FR Peshawar 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

 

Haveli  

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Students  15,981 

Teachers 

PCR 

861 

19 

FR Tank 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Astore 

1,222 

58 

21 

Khyber 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Diamer 

1,447 

52 

28 

Kurram 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Ghanche 

2,048 

106 

19 

Mohmand 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Ghizer 

1,048 

53 

20 

479 

30 

16 

Kotli 

4,214 

286 

15 

Mirpur 

9,486 

555 

17 

Muzaffarabad 

8,616 

599 

14 

Neelam 

680 

48 

14 

Poonch 

855 

105 

1,853 

86 

22 

Sudhnoti 

24 

N Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Gilgit 

4,850 

277 

18 

24 

Orakzai 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Hunza Nagar 

1,921 

104 

18 

S Waziristan 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

Skardu 

3,445 

211 

16 

 

Teachers 

Bhimber 

28 

 

Students 

‐ 

2,198 

2,149 

102 

District 

‐ 

61,248 

50,524 

1,981 

‐ 

Sialkot 

Islamabad 

30 

Bajaur 

‐ 

2,149 

‐ 

‐ 

‐ 

50,524 

25 

182 

24 

‐ 

‐ 

ICT 

48 

5,505 

29 

‐ 

FR Bannu 

PCR 

1,197 

698 

Umerkot 

 

FATA 

39 

Teachers 

18 

‐  21 

PCR 

1,328 

Students 

‐  615 

‐  247 

Teachers 

51,408 

District 

‐  11,138 

‐  5,187 

Students 

Sheikhupura 

 

28

Teachers 

Gujranwala 

Lahore 

 

Students 

Faisalabad 

Khushab 

District 

 

 

Students 

Pakistan 

2,934,636 

Teachers 

PTR 

104,083 

28 


Pupil Teacher Ratio in Middle and Secondary Schools in Urban Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Pishin

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Gawadar

Thatta

Nankana Sahib

31 - 40

Lahore

41 - 50 Above 50

Kasur

No Urban Middle or Secondary School

Okara

* National Average is 30

Pakpattan

Method of Calculation: Pupil Teacher Ratio= Number of Students Number of Teachers

Vehari

Bahawalnagar

0

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad

Mirpur Khas

INDIA

ACRONYMS

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

200

300

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

§

Sanghar

100

Kilometers

Khairpur

Tando M. Khan

Karachi

15 - 30*

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Jamshoro

Less than 15

Narowal

Ghotki

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Lasbela

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Panjgur

Gujranwala

Elementary and High Schools in Urban Areas

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Sialkot

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Khanewal

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Washuk

Hafizabad

TT Singh

Multan

Pupil Teacher Ratio

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

DG Khan Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

Nushki

Chagai

Loralai

Harnai

District Boundary

Gujrat

Chiniot

Bhakkar

Province Boundary

Mandi Bahauddin Sargodha

Muzaffargarh

Line of Control

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

Khushab

Leiah

International Boundary

Haveli

Kotli

Rawalpindi

Mianwali

DI Khan

Musakhel

Bagh

Sudhnoti

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Province Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Chakwal

Bannu

Sherani

Zhob

National Capital

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Haripur

Attock

Tank

FR DI Khan

Neelum

ISLAMABAD Poonch

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

29


Chapter 4 Pupil Classroom Ratio (PCR) This indicator represents the average number of pupils per classroom at a particular level of education in a given school year. It is one of the most common indicators used by education planers and decision makers. A low number of pupils per classroom also suggests that students will have a higher chance of contact with the teachers and hence a better teaching-learning process. Many planners use this ratio for projecting the number of classrooms required. It can be calculated by dividing the total number of pupils enrolled at a specific education level by the number of classrooms at the same level. Total number of pupils enrolled at a particular education level PCR =

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Total number of classrooms at same level

Pupil-Classroom Ratio 60 55

50 45

40 35

30 2007-08

2008-09

Primary

2009-10

Middle

High

2010-11

H. Sec

Total

2011-12


Pupil Classroom Ratio (PCR) in Primary Schools of Rural Areas by District   

 

District 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

Punjab 

4,211,127 

108,644 

39 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Attock 

PCR 

2,712,134 

79,602 

34 

Balochistan 

116,101 

4,203 

28 

Awaran 

94,303 

2,934 

32 

Barkhan 

5

District 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

222,609 

9,750 

23 

Sindh 

2,536,201 

65,139 

39 

11,492 

415 

13,558 

678 

28 

Badin 

129,344 

3,663 

35 

20 

Dadu 

173,890 

3,311 

53 

District 

73,171 

2,601 

28 

Abbottabad 

4,376 

39 

Bannu 

Bahawalpur 

125,584 

3,701 

34 

Batagram 

67,355 

4,305 

16 

Chaghi 

13,247 

336 

39 

Ghotki 

161,130 

2,932 

55 

Bhakkar 

110,626 

2,595 

43 

Buner 

120,873 

1,872 

65 

Dera Bugti 

9,482 

324 

29 

Hyderabad 

37,900 

1,189 

32 

Chakwal 

54,801 

2,611 

21 

Charsada 

129,510 

2,970 

44 

Gawadar 

6,593 

286 

23 

Jacobabad 

105,171 

1,802 

58 

68,743 

1,457 

47 

Chitral 

45,983 

2,516 

18 

Harnai 

5,137 

199 

26 

Jamshoro 

161,402 

3,137 

51 

DI Khan 

110,367 

3,593 

31 

Jafarabad 

41,033 

1,189 

35 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

38,599 

1,553 

25 

131,887 

2,682 

49 

Faisalabad 

191,318 

4,585 

42 

Hangu 

39,034 

1,042 

37 

Jhal Magsi 

11,955 

343 

35 

Karachi 

44,977 

1,687 

27 

Gujranwala 

122,069 

3,446 

35 

Haripur 

88,970 

2,780 

32 

Bolan/Kachhi 

22,360 

562 

40 

Kashmore 

73,680 

1,351 

55 

Gujrat 

113,792 

3,727 

31 

Karak 

76,491 

2,083 

37 

Kalat 

19,562 

476 

41 

Khairpur 

225,515 

5,602 

40 

Hafizabad 

66,084 

1,740 

38 

Kohat 

75,018 

2,005 

37 

Turbat/Kech 

30,798 

883 

35 

Larkana 

110,618 

2,283 

48 

Jehlum 

48,467 

2,103 

23 

Kohistan 

86,585 

4,557 

19 

Kharan 

8,435 

293 

29 

Mirpur Khas 

94,587 

2,768 

34 

Jhang 

150,830 

3,487 

43 

Lakki Marwat 

85,637 

2,277 

38 

Khuzdar 

26,187 

959 

27 

Matiari 

65,191 

2,229 

29 

Kasur 

150,057 

2,948 

51 

Lower Dir 

211,393 

4,894 

43 

Killa Abdullah 

22,972 

693 

33 

Naushahro Feroze 

167,568 

3,884 

43 

Khanewal 

128,158 

3,065 

42 

Malakand 

79,901 

1,862 

43 

Killa Saifullah 

27,056 

884 

31 

S Benazirabad 

146,396 

3,978 

37 

Khushab 

65,229 

2,030 

32 

Mansehra 

197,942 

12,485 

16 

Kohlu 

9,994 

598 

17 

Sanghar 

176,344 

4,413 

40 

Lahore 

73,755 

1,906 

39 

Mardan 

215,682 

4,415 

49 

Lasbela 

22,256 

799 

28 

Shikarpur 

73,346 

2,426 

30 

Leiah 

120,870 

3,063 

39 

Nowshera 

105,602 

2,436 

43 

Loralai 

30,185 

907 

33 

Sukhar 

76,711 

2,166 

35 

Lodhran 

61,956 

1,693 

37 

Peshawar 

150,361 

2,987 

50 

Mastung 

11,566 

527 

22 

Tando A. Yar 

43,177 

1,577 

27 

Mandi Bahauddin 

78,369 

2,294 

34 

Shangla 

62,645 

2,209 

28 

Musakhel 

6,218 

301 

21 

Tando M. Khan 

44,682 

1,522 

29 

Mianwali 

95,417 

2,702 

35 

Swabi 

161,254 

3,506 

46 

Nasirabad 

17,170 

554 

31 

Tharparkar 

188,687 

4,511 

42 

Multan 

111,890 

2,464 

45 

Swat 

213,967 

4,081 

52 

Noshki 

12,014 

339 

35 

Thatta 

128,484 

4,425 

29 

Muzaffargarh 

224,139 

4,301 

52 

Tank 

31,459 

861 

37 

Panjgur 

15,621 

462 

34 

Umerkot 

98,317 

3,185 

31 

Nankana Sahib 

89,908 

2,183 

41 

Upper Dir 

145,701 

2,729 

53 

Pishin 

33,619 

1,077 

31 

Narowal 

127,199 

2,994 

42 

Quetta 

23,595 

854 

28 

Okara 

District 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

AJK 

212,307 

3,683 

58 

Bagh 

18,112 

251 

72 

 

 

133,974 

3,051 

44 

Sherani 

5,139 

196 

26 

Pakpatan 

91,055 

2,046 

45 

Sibi 

4,566 

223 

20 

RY Khan 

252,895 

6,149 

41 

Washuk 

7,252 

218 

33 

Rajanpur 

85,634 

2,123 

40 

Zhob 

8,249 

395 

21 

101,764 

4,510 

23 

Ziarat 

7,070 

325 

22 

97,139 

2,442 

40 

FATA 

339,787 

7,483 

45 

157,451 

4,084 

39 

Bajaur 

88,534 

668 

133 

Bhimber 

18,163 

564 

32 

Hattian  

16,662 

100 

167 

Haveli  

12,397 

30 

413 

Kotli 

45,953 

830 

55 

Mirpur 

11,422 

540 

21 

Muzaffarabad 

34,456 

282 

122 

Neelam 

13,785 

164 

84 

Poonch 

25,826 

362 

71 

Sudhnoti 

15,531 

560 

28 

Rawalpindi  Sahiwal  Sargodha  Sheikhupura  Sialkot 

District 

96,287 

2,478 

39 

FR Bannu 

172,996 

4,536 

38 

FR D I Khan 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

19,889 

625 

32 

7,509 

208 

36 

TT Singh 

108,351 

2,484 

44 

FR Kohat 

4,114 

238 

17 

Vehari 

130,667 

3,532 

37 

FR Lakki 

4,423 

145 

31 

FR Peshawar 

6,988 

242 

29 

 

District  ICT  Islamabad 

Students  26,720  26,720 

Classrooms  841  841 

 

6

District  Gilgit‐Baltistan 

Students  80,336 

Classrooms 

PCR 

2,968 

27 

FR Tank 

10,667 

252 

42 

Astore 

5,574 

203 

27 

Khyber 

62,433 

821 

76 

Diamer 

9,531 

373 

26 

Kurram 

19,560 

743 

26 

Ghanche 

12,072 

420 

29 

Mohmand 

36,211 

643 

56 

Ghizer 

11,147 

393 

28 

32 

N Waziristan 

54,216 

1,329 

41 

Gilgit 

10,722 

300 

36 

32 

Orakzai 

13,004 

851 

15 

Hunza Nagar 

6,800 

247 

28 

S Waziristan 

12,239 

718 

17 

Skardu 

24,490 

1,032 

24 

PCR 

   

30

Classrooms 

169,080 

DG Khan 

 

Students 

Bahawalnagar 

Chiniot 

District 

 

 

Students 

Pakistan 

10,602,993 

Classrooms 

284,655 

PCR 

37 


Pupil Classroom Ratio in Primary Schools* in Rural Areas by Tehsil

Ghizer

Gilgit

Chitral

Diamir

Swat

Bajaur Mohmand

Khyber

Kurram

Orakzai

N Waziristan

Killa Abdullah

Quetta

Ziarat

Mastung

Kalat

Chagai

Jhal Magsi

IRAN

Turbat/Kech

Lasbela

15 - 30 31 - 40**

Nankana Sahib

Lahore

41 - 50 Above 50

Kasur

No Rural Primary School*

Okara

* Mosque Schools are included ** National Average is 39

Pakpattan

Vehari

Method of Calculation: Pupil Classroom Ratio= Number of Students Number of Classrooms

Bahawalnagar

0

100

200

300

Jamshoro

Thatta

INDIA

§

Ghotki

Khairpur

ACRONYMS

Sanghar

Matiari Tando A. Yar Hyderabad Tando M. Khan

Karachi

Disclaimer: The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply official endorsement or acceptance by the United Nations.

Sukkur

Naushahro Feroze

Gawadar

Arabian Sea

RY Khan

Jaffarabad Kashmore Jacobabad

S Benazirabad

Awaran

Less than 15

Narowal

Sheikhupura

Faisalabad

Sahiwal

Gujranwala

Primary Schools* in Rural Areas

Bahawalpur

Nasirabad

Kamber Larkana Shahdadkot

Dadu

Hafizabad

Sialkot

Kilometers

Washuk

Panjgur

Lodhran

Dera Bugti

Shikarpur

Khuzdar

Multan

Pupil Classroom Ratio

Rajanpur

Bolan/ Kachhi

Kharan

Barkhan

Kohlu

Sibbi

DG Khan

District Boundary

Gujrat

Chiniot

Khanewal

Province Boundary

Mirpur Bhimber Jhelum

TT Singh

Muzaffargarh

Loralai

Harnai

Nushki

Musakhel

Line of Control

Kotli

Mandi Bahauddin

Jhang

Killa Saifullah

Pishin

International Boundary

Bagh

Rawalpindi

Sargodha

Leiah

Province Capital

Haveli ISLAMABAD Poonch Sudhnoti

Khushab

Bhakkar

National Capital

Abbottabad Hattian

Haripur

Mianwali

DI Khan

Sherani

Neelum

Mansehra Muzaffarabad

Chakwal

Bannu

Tank

FR DI Khan

Zhob

Attock

FR Bannu Karak

FR Lakki Lakki Marwat FR Tank S Waziristan

Nowshera

Kohat

Hangu

Buner

Mardan Charsadda Peshawar Swabi

Ghanche

Astore

Shangla Batagram

Lower Dir Malakand

FR Peshawar FR Kohat

Skardu

Kohistan

Upper Dir

AFGHANISTAN

CHINA

Hunza Nagar

Mirpur Khas

Badin

Umerkot

Tharparkar

DG Khan

- Dera Ghazi Khan

DI Khan

- Dera Ismail Khan

FR

- Frontier Region

N Waziristan

- North Waziristan

RY Khan

- Rahim Yar Khan

S Benazirabad

- Shaheed Benazirabad

S Waziristan

- South Waziristan

Tando A. Yar

- Tando Allah Yar

Tando M. Khan

- Tando Muhammad Khan

TT Singh

- Toba Tek Singh

Source: National Education Management Information System (NEMIS 2010-11) Projection: Lambert Conformal Conic

1 Punjab ¬ 2 Islamabad Capital Territory ¬ 3 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa ¬ 4 Federally Administered Tribal Area (FATA) ¬ 5 Balochistan ¬ 6 Gilgit Baltistan ¬ 6 ¬ 7 Sindh ¬ 3 ¬ 8 Azad Jammu & Kashmir ¬ 2 8 ¬

¬

4 ¬

1 ¬ 5 ¬ 7 ¬

31


Pupil Classroom Ratio (PCR) in Middle and Secondary Schools of Rural Areas by District   

 

District 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

Punjab 

3,930,209 

89,611 

44 

Khyber‐Pakhtunkhwa 

Classrooms 

PCR 

780,147 

23,805 

33 

Balochistan 

5

District 

Students 

Classrooms 

PCR 

222,609 

9,750 

24 

Classrooms 

PCR 

Sindh 

602,393 

14,288 

42 

104,090 

2,545 

41 

Abbottabad 

41,407 

1,369 

30 

Awaran 

7,288 

327 

22 

Badin 

32,038 

750 

43 

3,335 

38 

Bannu 

23,865 

1,112 

21 

Barkhan 

3,205 

216 

15 

Dadu 

31,426 

649 

48 

Bahawalpur 

84,442 

2,339 

36 

Batagram 

6,010 

532 

11 

Chaghi 

5,752 

193 

30 

Ghotki 

34,371 

639 

54 

Bhakkar 

71,228 

1,499 

48 

Buner 

30,280 

809 

37 

Dera Bugti 

3,939 

284 

14 

Hyderabad 

11,867 

257 

46 

Chakwal 

115,512 

3,408 

34 

Charsada 

38,054 

975 

39 

Gawadar 

4,656 

161 

29 

Jacobabad 

14,591 

368 

40 

Chiniot 

36,532 

784 

47 

Chitral 

24,411 

741 

33 

Harnai 

2,258 

100 

23 

Jamshoro 

11,041 

280 

39 

DG Khan 

82,672 

1,904 

43 

DI Khan 

27,697 

1,171 

24 

Jafarabad 

16,906 

622 

27 

Kamber Shahdadkot 

23,896 

482 

50 

Faisalabad 

261,997 

5,240 

50 

Hangu 

8,291 

290 

29 

Jhal Magsi 

5,246 

204 

26 

Karachi 

21,194 

805 

26 

Gujranwala 

144,383 

3,001 

48 

Haripur 

39,876 

1,175 

34 

Bolan/Kachhi 

5,434 

259 

21 

Kashmore 

16,561 

374 

44 

Gujrat 

134,451 

3,361 

40 

Karak 

32,491 

1,013 

32 

Kalat 

7,214 

335 

22 

Khairpur 

71,809 

1,621 

44 

Hafizabad 

42,018 

1,012 

42 

Kohat 

26,412 

811 

33 

Turbat/Kech 

22,943 

660 

35 

Larkana 

21,180 

450 

47 

Jehlum 

84,483 

2,290 

37 

Kohistan 

4,319 

313 

14 

Kharan 

3,854 

297 

13 

Mirpur Khas 

25,043 

649 

39 

Jhang 

103,484 

2,163 

48 

Lakki Marwat 

26,829 

833 

32 

Khuzdar 

7,766 

306 

25 

Matiari 

18,120 

388 

47 

Kasur 

151,835 

2,466 

62 

Lower Dir 

64,692 

1,493 

43 

Killa Abdullah 

13,126 

360 

36 

Naushahro Feroze 

62,668 

1,147 

55 

Khanewal 

167,059 

3,559 

47 

Malakand 

34,121 

790 

43 

Killa Saifullah 

6,851 

285 

24 

S Benazirabad 

30,748 

761 

40 

Khushab 

52,564 

1,462 

36 

Mansehra 

48,441 

2,196 

22 

Kohlu 

2,583 

193 

13 

Sanghar 

39,363 

869 

45 

Lahore