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Impact of CPEC on Sustainable Development in Public Sector Education, A Case Study of Education Development Programs of CPEC in the Region

Irfan Ali Mallah | Abdul Karim | Manisha Devi | Shahzad Haider |
LUAWMS | Education & Literacy Department Government of Sindh | Ghullam Rabbani Government Degree College Kandiaro |
Volume: 2 | Issue : 2 (2023/12/01)


Introduction: CPEC is Pakistan's path to unparalleled success in business, IT, infrastructure, and regional peace and unity. This study investigates how CPEC influences regional education, highlighting its importance to sustainable development. The purpose is to analyze CPEC's impact on public education and regional educational growth.

Problem Statement: The study highlights the urgent need to understand how CPEC affects regional
education. It recognizes the complexity of educational issues and seeks to understand how CPEC efforts affect education. The research hopes to shed light on CPEC region initiatives to improve education.

Methodology: The qualitative study uses a case study design to collect and analyze data. Twenty CPEC stakeholders were selected using convenient sampling. In-depth interviews capture stakeholder viewpoints and data. Document analysis also uses accurate information from the Internet, newspapers, government offices, and project offices.

Results: The data shows that CPEC has a good impact on regional education. CPEC initiatives priorities education, resulting in the creation and maintenance of several educational institutions. The data shows that CPEC has a good impact on regional education. CPEC initiatives priorities education, resulting in the creation and maintenance of several educational institutions. These schools have basic amenities from elementary to higher education. CPEC projects emphasize vocational and technical education. To promote comprehensive educational development, technical and vocational education institutes, business schools, agro-farming centers, handicraft academies, and animal preservation labs were established.

Recommendations: CPEC stakeholders and governments should priorities educational development, the findings show. Educational institutions should be maintained and upgraded to meet student needs. Priorities vocational and technical education with specialized institutes and centers. Regional education will grow sustainably through CPEC initiatives with these recommendations.