How to Increase Tourism in Swat

Along with plenty of natural resources, Pakistan is blessed with a diverse range of tourist destinations. Several historical and cultural heritage sites are out there which attract countless tourists from abroad and within the country each year turning tourism into a growing industry. According to the world travel and tourism council, the direct contribution of travel and tourism to Pakistan’s economy in 2016 was 6.5% of the Gross Domestic Product (GDP) while in 2019 it was 7.2%. Even Pakistan was marked ‘The Best Holiday Destination’ for 2020 by a prominent travel magazine.

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KPPSC and the Disgruntled Aspirants

Pakistan is blessed with an abundance of natural resources such as gas reserves, extensive coal, gold, iron ore, forests, and petroleum among others. Along with that, Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world, and half of its population of men are younger than 24 years of age. This younger population makes it a very rich manpower country which, if manipulated well, can make it prosper at a rate faster than other countries in the region.

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The Education System in Pakistan

No matter how glorious a nation has its past and how many natural resources it owns at present if it has a defective education system, it perhaps won’t survive as an integrated nation given neoteric warfare techniques. In the modern world, it is, undoubtedly, education that determines the prosperity of a nation as well as its power and position in the international community.

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Bureaucracy in the Developing World

Bureaucracy in the contemporary developing world has secured a decisive position in the process of political development or retrogression. Being the colonial legacy, the nation-building for civil officers remained far from their traditional administrative approach. Given the fact, involving the non-political executives in the process of political development and nation-building, the incumbent government again resorted to the buzzword ‘reforms’.

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