COMPARISON OF HIGHER EDUCATION SYSTEM GULF COUNTRIES AND PAKISTAN; A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW OF PRIVATE AND GOVERNMENT SECTOR- SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
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Background: Education is the basic need and requirement of every individual. higher education is the strength competency and capability development of the student and the learner. Amanagement of higher education is necessary and essential for the management Strategies and learning prospectus. Different societies have different educational paradigms that require legislation and rule on the basis of their own social dynamics.
Aim: The Aim of the present study is to understand the comparative higher education system among the Gulf countries and Pakistan regarding their private and governmental sector educational organization.
Method Data for the research purpose was collected from all the research conducted between 2017 and 2021 written in the English language through the electronic search engine of Maxton, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Microsoft Edge databases: Google Scholar, Cochrane Collaboration, Emerald insight, MEDLINE, CINAHL, EMBASE, Taylor & Frances, Science Direct, ASSIA, Web of Science, Scopus, PubMed, and JSTOR. Keywords used in the research included: higher education systems, Private and government sectors, Gulf countries, and Pakistan, Using syntaxes such as “and”, “or”, “with”, “if” etc.
Conclusion: Gulf countries have their own in-rooted legislation for higher education and Pakistan has family designed Higher Education Commission that is working under the ministry of education having international and national relationships with reputed organizations and institutions for the sake of educational development. Qatar's higher education system is working under the ministry of education for the development of based computers and skill development.
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