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In entire educational levels, secondary education is an important sub-sector. On the one hand, it provides work force for the economy and on the other hand it acts as a feeder for higher education. The higher education which is expected to produce the personalities of high moral conduct in different fields of country depends largely on the religious education provided at secondary level. So the religious knowledge must be included in the text books of secondary level for producing morally perfect individuals for future.Islam is an education system itself, So this study investigates the…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
In entire educational levels, secondary education is an important sub-sector. On the one hand, it provides work force for the economy and on the other hand it acts as a feeder for higher education. The higher education which is expected to produce the personalities of high moral conduct in different fields of country depends largely on the religious education provided at secondary level. So the religious knowledge must be included in the text books of secondary level for producing morally perfect individuals for future.Islam is an education system itself, So this study investigates the reflection of Islamic values in Social sciences especially compulsory subjects of Islamiyat and Pakistan studies of IX-X classes in Karachi, Pakistan. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between Islamic culture,values and courses of above two subjects at secondary level. This study was an attempt to study the cultural foundations and the religious values underlying the current educational system of Pakistan.
Autorenporträt
Dr. Waqar Un Nisa Faizi, PhD in Education, Teaching in Education Department and having almost Eleven years experience at post graduate level in Jinnah University for Women, Karachi ( Present post: Assistant Professor). Also associates some national and international journals like IJARBS & ERR and an Editor of CJER, Nigeria.