English and Information and Communication Technology in Pakistan: Policy Analysis Before and After 18th Amendment
Keywords:Educational Policy, English, ICT, Integration, Pakistan, Balochistan
Information and Technology integration in learning and teaching is global practice since countries want to embrace themselves the benefits attached to ICT integration. Moreover, English being the language of communication facilitates access to updated knowledge and opens job opportunities across the globe. To ensure effective ICT integration in the learning and teaching process and to receive the benefits of the English language countries develop language policies and make ICT integration part of their policies. Pakistan also stands in the same row. The current study is an attempt to analyze the educational conferences, plans, and policies of Pakistan to understand to what extent ICT integration has been endorsed and in what ways till 2010. After the 18th amendment, this is analyzed in the context of Balochistan. Moreover, educational conferences, plans, and policies of Pakistan have been analyzed to comprehend English language-related instruction till 2010 and later in the context of Balochistan.
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