Round 72.four% of second-generation of Pakistanis residing in Norway are college-educated, nearly at par with the statistics for total Norwegians, reveals a survey performed by the Ministry of Schooling of Norway.
The statistics present that Pakistanis in Norway have introduced their degree of school schooling to nearly that of native Norwegians – a formidable feat for the Pakistani immigrant group.
The survey, which was printed in an internet Norwegian newspaper, additionally reveals that the second technology of immigrant girls will quickly obtain larger schooling ranges equal to these of different Norwegians.
4 years in the past, 70.6% of all pupils in Norway had accomplished highschool/intermediate schooling. The proportion of Norwegian-born pupils with immigrant mother and father resembling Pakistanis stood at 66.three%.
Lecturers, college students and their mother and father labored arduous in final 4 years to attain the rise within the proportion of college-educated inhabitants, the report acknowledged, including that most of the new-generation with international background grew to become constructive contributors to the nationwide financial system.
The report contained instance of a Norwegian journalist of Pakistani origin, Kadafi Zaman, whose mother and father migrated to Norway in 1970s, after being born and raised in a village in Gujrat.
“I’m proud that my mother and father have been educated they usually took care of my schooling with all of their consideration,” mentioned Kadafi Zaman.
His father, Chaudhry Zaman, additionally expressed satisfaction on the schooling of his kids, together with Kadafi.
Speaking to Zari Information, Deputy Mayor of Drammen metropolis of Norway Syed Yousaf Gilani mentioned that the brand new technology of Pakistanis in Norway just isn’t solely forward in schooling however can also be taking part in an lively position within the nation’s politics.
Gilani, who was born in Norway and whose mother and father are from Pakistan, added that 4 individuals of Pakistani background have been elected as members of nationwide parliament within the latest Norwegian elections.