Socio-cultural Analysis of Women’s Education Status and its Barriers in Pakistan


  • Zahid Hussain
  • Dr. Muhammad Ishaq
  • Muhammad Imran
  • Ghulam Yaseen
  • Muhammad Irfan



Women Education, Pakistan, Socio-cultural, Descriptive Literature Review


Education has a tremendous impact on a woman's capacity to build relationships with others based on shared interests and to experience the essential social benefit of self-esteem. Pakistan has one of the lowest schooling rates in South Asia, which limits its human resources and makes reforming the country more difficult. Patriarchal ideas heavily influence the societal structure in Pakistan. Education for young men is favored over education for young women. The Human Development Report lists Pakistan as having "low human advancement" The country's growth and prosperity depend on its educational system. Several international traditions have talked about the value of education. Each level of education that the average adult population of a country reaches boosts long-term economic growth by 3.7%. Research shows that mentoring young women often yields more substantial income and benefit gains. A woman's ability to find well[1]paying work and support a healthy family can be significantly increased by education. Education is also greatly impacted by a girl or woman's capacity to stand up for other rights and grow in society. Pakistan's recent political unrest has affected education. This has a significant impact on education, especially for women.




How to Cite

Zahid Hussain, Dr. Muhammad Ishaq, Muhammad Imran, Ghulam Yaseen, & Muhammad Irfan. (2023). Socio-cultural Analysis of Women’s Education Status and its Barriers in Pakistan . Pakistan Journal of Multidisciplinary Innovation, 1(2), 9–16.