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Energy Crisis in Pakistan – Causes and Consequences.
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——Had this been the stone age, there would not have been much need for energy resources except wood or coal. But this is not the stone age. This age, the result of the industrial revolution, is the age of industry and technology in which agriculture, transport, industry, offices and household machinery require low-cost and abundant energy. So, a low-cost and abundant supply of energy is the key to the progress and prosperity of any nation – and Pakistan is no exception. Since the inception of Pakistan, its population has increased by around seven-fold a large number of industries have been set up and the number of vehicles is rocketing towards the sky. Hence, the demand for energy has increased; but, on the other hand, the production of energy has not been increased with the same ratio. This gap has given rise to an immense energy crisis in Pakistan that has resulted in economic depression and peoples’ troubled domestic life. Therefore, the government needs to take immediate and robust measures to harness more renewable and nonrenewable energy resources for the progress and prosperity of Pakistan.
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Classrooms Decide the Future of a Nation.
——A classroom is an incubator of change. Children in a classroom undergo a continuous learning process. That process involves input in the form of the environment, teaching, and its aids. Multiple assessment tools then gauge the output or performance of the students. In the end, the teacher provides feedback, which serves as a crucial part of the change process. Every step of the process aids the student in their development as the process infuses the understanding of society, morality, science, etc. The developmental process in a classroom gradually refines the analytical ability of the student and grooms their personalities. This enriching process of training and development bestows the nations with leaders, reformers, and professionals that change the fate of nations. The education system of the superpower in line – China – has proven to be a game-changer by creating a skilled and competent workforce. Today, the literacy rate in China stands at 97% compared to 20% in the 1950s. On the other hand, the third world countries due to their compromised education system paralyze the limbs of their society. So, it is a classroom that plays a critical role in ensuring the prosperity of a nation as the acquired knowledge helps in making wise decisions in political, economic, and social matters.