Aimed Education


The importance of aims and objectives of education is recognized by all the educational, professional, political, non-political and religious associations, organizations and groups at various levels in their memoranda, letters and brochures. It is said that education without clear cut aims is like a rudderless ship. Every pilot has a route-chart and set timing of landing at predetermined destination. There is constitution or set of principles and traditions through which a country is governed. Similarly, there should be properly defined and declared principles, aims and objectives of education. Likewise the grooming of young generation is required to be based upon their aptitude, capabilities and potentials.  

Concept of Aimed Education

Development of an individual - physically, mentally and spiritually is well known aim of education. Objectives related to this aim of individual development have been expressed as under:-
  • Developing physical and mental faculties.
  • Acquiring the capacities of understanding, appreciation and expression through word and act.
  • Aim of education should be to make children self- confident and self dependent, and to make them strong physically and mentally.
  • Education is meant to develop every child's character, personality and culture and as much knowledge as the child can assimilate not merely memorize and forget after some time. Education should be lifelong learning for use in real life.
  • The aimed education should be directed to the aim of enlightenment of head and heart; illumination of consciousness for all-round development of individual personality. Education should enable a human being to attain the greatest possible harmony, internal and external, spiritual and material, for the fullest possible development of human potentialities and capacities.

Preparedness of Students for Aimed Education

  • Emotional & aptitude development
  • Assessment & selection system
  • Selection in armed forces
  • Selection in armed forces.
  • Selection in armed forces
  • Selection of subjects for CSS/PMS
  • Improvement in character traits
  • Personality development
  • Leadership training
  • Comradeship/cooperation tests
  • Career counseling & planning
  • Emotional control under stress & strain
  • Urdu-English spoken practices