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Pakistan Institute of Education (PIE)


Pakistan Institute of Education (PIE) has been created as Executive/Attached Department of Ministry of Federal Education & Professional Training after approval from Cabinet under Cabinet Case No. 1080/37/2021 dated 9.11.2021.
The PIE is created through merger of Academy of Educational Planning & Management (AEPAM) and National Education Assessment System (NEAS) vide Cabinet Division's O.M. dated 3.12.2021.
Website of PIE has been launched pie.gov.pk, browsing of this defunct AEPAM website is available provisionally.
 
 
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Year Research Papers
1999-01
  • Existing Educational Management/Administrative System and Alternative Approaches to Educational Leadership/by Sarfraz Khawaja and Khawaja Sabir Hussain. 2001. 52p 2000
  • National Diagnostics of Head-Teachers in Pakistan: Improving School Management in Asia: Capacity Building for Head-Teachers/by Habib Khan. 2000. 35p (AEPAM Research Paper No. 165)
  • Analysis of Non-formal Education in Pakistan/by Sarfraz Khawaja. 2000. 21+12p
  • Critical Analysis of Universalizations of Primary Education in Pakistan/by Sarfraz Khawaja and Khawaja Sabir Hussain. 2000. 41p.
1996-98
  • Education System in Pakistan/by Research Division, AEPAM, 15p.
  • Basic Physical facilities in Primary Schools across Pakistan/by Islamuddin Baloch. 25p
  • Teacher and Pupil Ratio in Government owned Primary Schools/by M. Aslam Bhatti, 13p
  • Development of Education in Pakistan, 1996 (Report for Geneva, Conference, 1996)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 44p.
  • Secondary Education in Pakistan (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 16p
  • Social Transition and Education in Pakistan (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996.
  • Education for the 21st Century Policies and Priorities (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 15p.
  • Educational System of Pakistan (report prepared for Ministry of Education) /by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 4p
  • Education in Pakistan (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 7p.
  • Achievements in Education 1995-96 (report for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996
  • Current Situation of Basic Education in Pakistan (prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 17
  • Family and Early Childhood Education (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 7p.
  • Dropout of student of education in South Asia for Manila Conference (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 15p.
  • Inroduction of Ministry of Education, (report prepared for Ministry of Education)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 41p.
  • Education Policies and New Technologies in Pakistan/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1996. 16p.
1993-95
  • Comprehensive National Evaluation of Primary Education Curriculum Reform Project (National research conducted and report prepared for UNICEF, Islamabad)/by Dr. Haroona Jatoi. 1995. (v.p.)
  • Education in Pakistan/by Research Division, AEPAM. 22p.
1990-92
  • Relationship Between Five Year Schooling and Literacy Status of Parents/by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor and Islamuddin Baloch. 1990. 52p. (AEPAM/LAMEC Research Study;no.100)ISBN:969-444 087-4
  • Non-Formal Education in Pakistan/by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor. 1990. 42p. (AEPAM/M/O Education Occasional Paper; no. 98) ISBN:969-444-088-2
  • Primary Education of the Girl Child in Pakistan/by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor, 1990. 66p. (AEPAM/M/O Education Occasional Paper; no. 99) ISBN:969-444-089-0
1987-89
  • Khawaja, Sarfraz. "Adult Education Programmes in People's Republic of China". In Literacy: Focus on Asia and Pacific: Literacy Year 1990: Canberra: Asian South Pacific Bureau of Adult Education, 1989.
  • Khawaja, Sarfraz. "Education as a System and Discipline in Pakistan". In: The State of Social Sciences in Pakistan/edited by S. H. Hashmi: Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam University, 1989.
  • The Role of Mosque Schools in the Promotion of Primary Education/Dr. Abdul Ghafoor and Islamuddin Baloch. 1989. 11p. (AEPAM/M/O/ Education Occasional Paper; no. 95)
  • Foreign Funding of Primary Education: a case study of Pakistan/by Dr. Sarfraz Khawaja and Mirza Tauhiduddin. 1989. 45p. (AEPAM/M/O/ Education Occasional Paper; no. 93)
  • Involvement of Private Sector in the Promotion of Primary Education in Pakistan/by Dr. Muhammad Nasim Qaisrani. 1989. 12p. (AEPAM/M/O Education Occasional Paper; no. 94)
  • Khawaja, Sarfraz. "Eradication of Illiteracy in Pakistan: an analysis; 1947-87". Australian Journal of Adult Education, v.28:1 (April,1988) 34-42p.
  • Ghafoor, Abdul. "A Social Development Engineering Experiment in Pakistan: a case study of Orangi (Karachi)". Regional Development Dialogue, Vol.8:2 (Summar 1987): 101-121.
  • "Educational Policy Coordination and Integrated Planning for Educational and Human Resource Development". Pakistan Country paper/presented at the Regional Training Workshop on Inter-Relations Between Demographic, Technological and Socio-Cultural Factors in the Process of Educational and Employment Planning, held at Allama Ata, USSR, September 12-20, 1987/by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor.
1982-86
  • Basic Characteristics of Various Types of Instructional resources/presented in the Unesco-Ministry of Education Workshop on the Development of Teaching-Learning Resources for Women Polytechnics, held at Islamabad, from 4-8 May, 1986/by Mr. A. G. Mufti. 39p.
  • Brief Analysis of Education Policies and Five Year Plan: 1947-86/presented at the Third Training Course for College Principals, held at Muzaffarabad, from 7-13 July, 1986/by Mr. A. G. Mufti.
  • Country Paper on "Equity, Excellence and Efficiency in Higher Education"/presented at the Unesco Regional Symposium, held at New Delhi (India), from 14-23, October 1985/by A. G. Mufti. 46p.
  • A Conceptual Paper on New Development in Primary Education in Pakistan/prepared for the Unesco, Bangkok/by Dr. Sarfraz Khawaja. 1985. 50p.
  • Educational Planning as an Integral Part of Socio-Economic Planning/presented at the Seminar for Senior Educational Administrators on Education Policies and Planning, held at Islamabad, from 15-18 September, 1985/by Mr. A. G. Mufti. 33p.
  • Structural Imbalances in Educational System in Pakistan/presented at the Seminar for Senior Educational Administrators on Education Policies and Planning, held at Islamabad, from 15-18/by Dr. Abdul Ghafoor, Director, AEPAM. 55p.
  • Relevance and Importance of Statistics in Educational Planning/presented at the Training Course for Educational Administrators of Northern Areas, held at Gilgit, from 15-23 October, 1985/by Mirza Tauhiduddin Ahmad, AEPAM. 19+(11)p.
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