The Booming Tuition Industry of Lahore

Private tuition has been defined as "Teaching that complements the instruction distributed by a instructor at school"(Keeves, Watanbe, 2003, p. 756). The culture of private tuitions is definitely relatively unique to the students of Southern Asian countries like Pakistan. Although this culture is definitely prevalent, they have particularly thrived over the last five years in Lahore: among the students of O and A levels. Likely to tuition centres has become such a broad spread practice that it's not necessarily considered a subject of matter by people. There are a number of reasons which help explain the increasing trend of tuition centres. These include social factors, mental health factors, institutional procedures etc. Tuition centres not only effect students and educators by modifying learning patterns and coaching strategies nevertheless they also impose a significant financial constraint on parents and have an effect on the wider modern culture due to mismanagement like auto parking problems. Therefore this review has been conducted with the goal of determining the reasons for the increasing pattern of tuition centres, the amount and implications of the practice and possible solutions to the prevailing problems.

With the purpose of carrying out effective research, the variables were clearly defined. This research has been conducted with special reference to Green Hall Academy (GHA), typically the most popular tuition centre of Lahore which is located in Liberty; in the building of National Sentence structure School(NGS). GHA is a merged project of the three most famous instructors of Lahore. It had been set up two years ago but different tuition centres have been functioning in the building of NGS since the last five years. Therefore the time period in mind is five years that is 2004 to 2009. To ensure that the problem was covered comprehensive, two different domains were worked on. The reasons for the rising tendency of tuition centres, particularly GHA has been included in me, Sidla Nasir and the problems faced by tuition centres specifically GHA has been worked on by Mehrunisa Shahid.

Literature Review

In a report 'The issue of private tuition: An evaluation of the practice in Mauritius and preferred south Asian countries' by A-Raffick Foondun, the foundation of private tuitions has been traced. Based on the article writer private tuition was originally intended as a remedial class for vulnerable students or for students seeking a qualification for which regular instruction didn't exist. Nonetheless it is currently considered a desirable practice for every other student. The writer has explained how better living criteria have led to increased demand for education and added to the development of private tuition. Based on the copy writer private tuition is more common amidst students representing high income family members. Children from such young families often take two tuitions for the same subject matter. To explain the amount of private tuition, the copy writer details how In Mauritius, the percentage of students who have been tutored has risen from 37% to 88% (Joynathasing et al. 1988:p. 5)

The writer goes on to explain the reasons which have resulted in the progress of private tuitions. These include demand for places in esteemed schools. That is applicable in Pakistan where entrance into reputable universities is based on lab tests like SAT, GRE, LCAT etc. Therefore many students take tuitions in order to prepare for admission exams. According to the writer ineffective teaching strategies at college, low salaries of educators and peer pressure causes more students participating private tuitions. To be able to validate his argument, the author has contained the views of the parents, students and teachers on the problem. Maybe it's concluded that parents and students have combined judgment regarding private tuitions but professors are generally and only it.

This is a well-balanced study concentrating on all areas of private tuitions. The consistency and validity is better by the given reports, sources and views of the those afflicted by this happening.

The issue of THE NEWS HEADLINES International shared on Saturday, December 19, 2009 contains articles by Saadia Khalid on 'Mushroom growth of tuition centres questions role of educators. ' In this article the writer has tried to establish whether the growing trend of going to tuitions has been induced by the slipping criteria at educational establishments. The writer thinks that the major reason behind the attractiveness of tuition centres is "The unprofessional attitude of the instructors who are adding the continuing future of the country on the line"(Khalid, 2009 Para. 5). This notion is constant with the prior study. To be able to prove her point, the copy writer has designed the view of the President Teachers Associations' Professor who believed that it is the low salaries of instructors at schools credited to which they opt for coaching at tuition centres as in your free time jobs. In addition to this, the writer has mentioned that the educators instructing at the tuition centres bill a rather high fee anticipated to which, students representing low income families are unable to avail this facility. The writer in addition has discussed how tuition centres advertise their services extensively--through banners, leaflets and newspapers--with the goal of attracting more students. While reading the article, maybe it's concluded that the writer regards the practice of taking tuitions as an unhealthy activity. However, it's important to note that article just focuses on one side of the picture. The writer has not touched upon the features of the rising style of tuitions.

An article, 'Tuition centres - a thriving business' printed on August 28 includes the views of parents regarding sending their children to tuitions. Unlike the prior article, this short article also considers the merits of the tuition centres. Parents have explained that they send children to tuitions since their occupied schedule does not allow them to help them in their studies. They believe that at tuition centres children are provided specific attention and trained in an easy manner. Some assumed that it was a need since these tuitions help students make up for the poor expectations at some classes (especially government classes) and match their studies. This informative article presents a balanced debate since it states that although there are a few good tuition centres which provide high quality education to students, most of them are functioning with the goal of generating revenue.

The above mentioned account shows the way the practice of going to tuition centres is normally regarded by the culture and highlights the many merits and demerits of this practice.


A range of research tools were relied after which helped us in collecting sufficient information related to your topic. The usage of these tools enabled us to analyze the problem better by looking at it from different perspectives.

Firstly a questionnaire was prepared which was allocated to a sample of thirty students, between the ages of sixteen to nineteen years and presently their studies at Green Hall Academy. The questionnaires consisted of twelve questions which enabled us to extract quantitative as well as qualitative information. The results of these questionnaires helped us consider the problem from the students' perspective and assisted us in analyzing the information with the help of pie charts and graphs.

Secondly two comprehensive interviews were conducted: One with the administrator of GHA and one with the Business Studies instructor who is currently instructing at GHA. A couple of questions which had to be asked from the interviewees was well prepared beforehand.

Moreover method of site-observation was also used to gather information. Several visits to GHA helped us in privately examining the tuition centre and the way way of life are conducted there.

Analysis of Data

The Known reasons for the Rising Style of Tuition Centres

The increasing volume of educational establishments in Pakistan give support to the fact that over a decade people have are more likely towards education. A decade ago there have been simply a few schools in Lahore which offered O and A levels: However with the passing of the specified time period, perhaps owing to the relatively low standard of our local system, more institutions have incorporated O and A levels to their curriculum. This expansion has been accompanied by the rapid development of O and A level tuition centres and the number of students going to these tuition centres for night time classes. Such large numbers of students taking tuitions has made this culture take main in today's educational system of Pakistan (Patel, 2008, Para. 1). Tuition culture is relatively unique to South Asian countries like Pakistan. It isn't common in countries like Singapore where education is completely privatized and commercialized. Five to six years back there is no proper tuition centre offering the entire selection of O and An even subjects. In fact tuition coaching was limited to either the students or the teacher's house. The more capable teachers would accumulate several students at their home and teach to them in the evening. Therefore it wouldn't normally be wrong to state that the teachers table used to serve the purpose of a classroom. However over the past five years there has been a proliferation of tuition centres in Lahore. O and A level teaching has transformed into a proper industry.

Green Hall Academy (GHA) provides a remarkable example of the rapid progress of tuition culture. Situated in the active city centre; Liberty, in the building of Country wide Grammar University (NGS), GHA is currently the most popular tuition centre of Lahore. Different tuition centres have been operating in this building because the previous five years. Primarily, a tuition centre known as eclat was founded, which offered O and A level tuitions. It had been a rather small scale task since the university student body comprised of 25 students. After 2 yrs, the name of the tuition centre was evolved to Old Man's Academy however the number of students, attractiveness level and scale of the business enterprise remained the same. Thus, after 2 yrs Old Man's Academy was closed down and Green Hall Academy was established. GHA is a merged project of the three most famous O and An even educators of Lahore: Namely Mr. Imran Latif, Mr. Shameel Khalid and Mr. Mehwar Mustafa. These three professors have joined hands to run the tuition centre with the help of an administrator (Mr. Amjad), who is responsible for taking care of the day to day affairs of the tuition centre. The tuition centre uses thirty workers including the guards, attendants, disciplinary officers and tea children.

GHA offers a complete setup for students where night classes are provided for nearly all the topics which are offered at O and A levels. The increasing acceptance of GHA is possibly due to the fact that it is similar to a university. At the entrance the identity cards of the students are checked out to ensure that unauthorized people are not allowed to enter in the tuition centre. Right at the front is an supervision block comprising of the photocopier room and an office. On the still left is a small cafeteria in which a range of foods is available for students. The tuition centre comprises of two surfaces with proper classrooms which are used for doing lectures.

Such great similarity of GHA to a proper school boosts an important question: Will tuition centres soon replace schools? "With students choosing tuition centres for every and every subject matter, private tuition centre is fast acquiring the status of the parallel schooling system"(Yenning, 2010, Para. 2). To most the people, the idea of tuition centres replacing schools would seem inappropriate since joining schools is vital for the interpersonal, moral and cognitive development of the kids. Tuition centres are not in charge of the grooming of the kids. In fact at tuition centres students are just given an possibility to enhance their knowledge (A. Mahmood, personal communication, March 10, 2010). However as far as O and A levels can be involved, the programs are completed in three and 2 yrs respectively by classes. The identical programmes can be completed in a shorter span of time if tuitions are joined. For example, for most of the subjects offered at A levels, tuitions are given at GHA which allow students to complete the same course in three to half a year. This is a significant reason which helps make clear the growing trend of tuition centres. It has additionally been witnessed that because of the rising pattern of tuition centres, the number of students appearing privately--registering for the course singularly rather than by way of a school--for O and A level examination has increased over the past five years. The increasing craze of tuition centres is also a possible reason behind the plummeting attendance proportion in academic institutions. A percentage of students stay signed up for the educational organizations but do not sign up for the lectures hoping that the same course would be protected at tuition centres. Matching to Mr. Imran Latif, for such students, institutions merely play the role of a social platform and a location where their extracurricular activities can be carried out. As far as studying is concerned such students count on tuition centres that they believe would aid them in securing decent grades(Personal communication, March 10, 2010). Alternatively, Mr. Shameel Khalid advised that there is a general choice amongst students for heading to tuition centres since it enables them to connect to students coming from other schools, specially the opposing gender(Personal communication, March 15, 2010)

Although some students seem privately because of their last examinations by choice, others are compelled to take action by their organizations. Nowadays privatizing the students is a widespread practice followed by many schools of Lahore, including Lahore Grammar School, Atchison College and Convent. Admissions of some students for final O and A level examinations are not sent through school if the institution management thinks that the performance of the students does not reach the required standards plus they would not have the ability to rating well in the final examination, leaving an adverse impact on the entire school result. Through the results of the questionnaire, it was discovered that 20% of the students were arriving to GHA given that they have been privatized by their educational corporations. (Refer to Number 3)Therefore when students are privatized, they head to tuition centres which become a last hotel for them. It's been observed that lots of privatized students flourish in credit scoring well in their evaluation.

The results of our research unveiled that most the students take tuitions owing to psychological reasons. In today's competitive educational world, almost every student is encouraged to execute well in academics. The results of the questionnaires which were distributed amongst students discovered that 80% of students have signed up with tuition centres with the goal of gaining additional knowledge(refer to Amount 3). Therefore even those students who already are doing well in schools become a member of tuition centres wishing that they would be able to improve their performance further. In some instances, it is parents who are thinking about mailing their children to tuition centres. "Tuition is seen as a minimum requirement for any kind of achievement in our academic sense proclaimed by competitive pressure and high aspirations (Frontline, 2009, Para. 10). Thus taking tuitions at O and A levels is just a general tendency which has thrived over the last five years. The pupil body of GHA which now comprises of fifteen hundred students helps check all these statement. Range of students at GHA exceeds the amount of students signed up for NGS which runs as a proper school in the morning.

Teaching strategies have also possibly added to the expansion of tuition culture. In tuition centres, teachers teach in a more enthusiastic manner because the monetary return is positively from the amount of students taught. On the other hand, in schools teachers are paid a fixed amount of salary whatever the volume of students educated (I. Latif, personal communication, March 15, 2010). It is therefore possibly the low morale and unprofessional frame of mind of the educators anticipated to which students aren't satisfied with just how they are trained in schools and they opt for private tuitions instead. (Khalid, 2009, Para. 5).

The various reasons which may have led to the general tendency of tuition centres, including Green Hall Academy have been considered. Although GHA has boomed over time, it could avoid many problems experienced by businesses at introductory phases. It is rational that, in virtually any business situation if an excellent product emerges, it could help create a market for itself and draw in customers. GHA was proven with the goal of providing quality education in a congenial environment (A. Mahmood, personal communication, March 15, 2010). This purpose appears to have been fulfilled because the project was initiated by the most notable notch professors of the town. These instructors were and still are educating in the best universities of Lahore. Thus, such capable, experienced and popular professors lent trustworthiness to the project and have performed the most important role in making sure sustained improvement of the tuition centre. The questionnaire results show that 93% of the students go to GHA because of the availability of best educator (make reference to Number 4).

Moreover tuitions for the complete range of O and An even topics; business and research group, are offered at GHA. This greatly facilitates not only the students but the parents who no more need to stress about picking students up from one tuition centre and shedding to the next for a different subject. Another important factor which includes facilitated the students and the parents is the location of GHA. Situated in liberty, the centre of Lahore, it is easy to get at to students from all around the city, ranging from those residing in Defense Housing Authority to people living on the canal bank. It really is probably one of the factors which have resulted in such a big amount of students at GHA.

Research proved that it was a smart idea to start this job in a proper purpose built campus, prepared with better facilities. Observation and visits to other tuition centres exposed that GHA definitely loved an edge as far as campus was concerned.

Generally when Mr. Amjad was asked about the level of competition experienced by GHA, it was stated by him that there surely is no other tuition centre in Lahore of the same standard as GHA (personal communication, March 15, 2010). However there may be another tuition centre in the area of Gulberg which could very well be better known for the quality of science subject matter offered.

Having considered the many features of GHA, that have helped it prosper, the promotional aspect will now be analyzed. Promotion refers to the activities completed with the goal of making a good or service known amongst potential prospects and increasing its sales. It really is a typical observation that tuition centres promote extensively. As far as GHA can be involved, word of mouth--transfer of information in one person to another--has a strong impact. Ninety three percent of the students experienced stated in the questionnaires that they got to find out about the academy through their friends (refer to Number 2). Thus when one university student decides to use tuitions, he/she suggests it to his/her friends, acquaintances etc.

Other varieties of advertising are also relied upon by GHA, including inside and outdoor advertising. So far as outdoor advertising can be involved, leaflets are lowered in houses throughout the town especially when a new session is slated to commence soon. Furthermore, for a couple of months tv was also used for promoting GHA; However this method of advertising was soon ended since it proved to be expensive and ineffective. It was found that the purpose of promotion carried out by GHA is interesting rather than persuasive. The leaflets that are distributed contain information about the teachers, subjects offered and located area of the tuition centre. Therefore indoors advertising is also used for useful purposes. Banners tend to be put up containing information about the beginning of a new session, timings and so forth. Another indirect yet interesting method used for campaign is the pens available in Mr. Imran Latif's classes. The students are permitted to take these pens each day, that have the name of the tuition centre, professor and contact amount printed about them. Once these pens are in the students' possession they have emerged by more and more people and help disperse recognition about the tuition centre.

With respect to the cost structure of GHA, it was found that the fees of the professors are competitive--similar to what is incurred by teachers educating in various tuition centres--. The fees charged from the students is totally relative to a teacher's requirements. Out of every teacher's regular income a certain proportion is deducted to take into account the expenses of operating the tuition centre. The slice extracted from teacher's salary is decided after negotiations amidst the professors and the administrator. Generally, the more capable a professors is, the smaller cut he would agree upon (S. Khalid, personal communication, March 15, 2010). Therefore, the popular teachers reap the benefits of this style more than the less renowned ones.

As way as the revenue--amount received from advertising a good or service--is concerned, profit is not the primary motive of the academy. Although over two years, the college student body has increased, the expenditures have also increased resulting in only a slight increase in income (A. Mahmood, personal communication, March 10, 2010). However, it was found that Green Hall Academy creates rupees 1 million regular. The total cost incurred by the tuition centre like the running expenditures and the staff salaries is 500 thousand rupees. This leaves GHA also with a income of around five hundred thousand rupees (S. Khalid, personal communication, March 15, 2010). Therefore such significant revenue made helps verify the idea that private tuition is indeed a booming industry of Lahore(make reference to number 6).

Problems Faced by Tuition Centres

Analyzing the information provided, one is manufactured alert to the positive aspects of tuition teaching. The success of the profession can be observed by the level to which it offers prospered. It is a source of extra knowledge to the students and helps in the creation of successful business as well.

The Green Hall Academy offers all the facilities that are necessary for the successful establishment of any night time tuition centre. The most notable most teachers, purpose built campus, quality education, reputable disciplinary procedures and so forth. A universally accepted simple truth is a business cannot be free from problems. Despite all the positive aspects talked about, Green Hall Academy has almost seven areas that are probably difficult and steps should be studied into consideration in order to counter them.

Owing to the growing quantity of students, serious traffic and parking issues prevail in the area around Green Hall Academy. It really is found in the centre of Liberty Market. Where several shops are next to it, many offices are also found opposite the academy. Therefore through the rush time of the academy; from four till seven at night, the traffic beyond your academy is chaos (make reference to Picture H). The street from Capri restaurant leading to the academy is mainly clogged. When asked from a mom who came to choose her girl, we were advised that she was trapped before Capri restaurant from days gone by twenty minutes and therefore got late for some other determination. 80% of the students of Green Hall Academy thought that traffic jams in front of the academy was the most critical problem they had to face (make reference to Shape 5). These problems cause hold off for the students going to the classes as well as the educators taking them. Additionally the academy's parking is usually congested and many folks have to go about without getting a parking space for their cars. At that time period pointed out, there has already been a great deal of activity occurring in metropolis of Lahore. At this time almost all of the tuition centres experience the same problem but this is a severe reason behind matter for the Green Hall Academy due to its location. No doubt it is a perfect location for individuals residing in the region of Gulberg, Cavalry, Protection Housing Power and even the canal loan provider. Green Hall Academy gets the best location for an academy that could be considered by the management (S. Khalid, personal communication, March 15, 2010). Nevertheless the fact cannot be disregarded that Liberty is the most popular shopping area in Lahore.

Although the campus is purpose built, alterations need to be manufactured in order to perform such a huge system. For this purpose six guards have been appointed outside the academy to control the traffic. Distinct lanes are made and the guards make sure that no one deviates from them. No car as allowed to stop in front of the academy for more than one minute. Specific parking space is allotted to the educators and no university student can park their car over there. Another possible solution which would be helpful in resolving the car parking issue could be that there are a few unfilled plots nearby the academy, therefore the management can discuss with the regulators and grow the auto parking over there.

The campus of the Green hall academy is huge and it was said by the administration that this was the most gigantic building found in the premises of Liberty market, Lahore (refer to the Picture D). As opposed to this information, the building continues to be packed and it becomes difficult to support such a big range of students. This is specially applicable through the months of May and June; regarded as the maximum season and also popularly known as "past paper session". The academy must fit in at least fourteen hundred students during these months. The children are prepared to get an instant revision of the programs they have protected during their educational years as the Cambridge examination take place in the month of May.

The size of the class rooms is also a concern for the management as even in the most spacious classrooms of the academy, the amount of students cannot exceed fifty. However, there are a few classrooms in which more than seventy students have to take a seat which creates an exceptionally uneasy environment for the students as well as the educators.

In order to rectify the group issue of the campus, guards are appointed in the premises of the building. These guards ensure that no child stands, specifically in groups, in the corridors and beyond your classrooms. For this function special longing areas have been retained for students who research more than one subject and also have to wait for his or her classes as well as for the parents who wish to wait for their children. This reduces the amount of public and congestion in the campus.

For creating a comfortable environment for the students in the classrooms, the administrator of the academy has started restricting the number of students for every single subject matter, ( A. Mehmood, personal communication, March 10, 2010). This idea has been reinforced by the students as 60% of the students were of the opinion that only twenty students should be allowed to remain for a lecture. This would also assist the teachers in conveying their lecture quickly and better.

Fights between kids was a distinct feature of the Green Hall Academy at one time. Mostly personal issues were the reason why of these conflicts. Young boys had taken out their personal rivalry using the Green Hall Academy as their bottom part. This a common issue encountered by every tuition centre wedding caterers to the age-group of students ranging from fourteen years till eighteen years. Children are located to be very competitive. The young blood vessels provokes those to even in physical form take their vengeance from their contemporaries. This matter can get very serious if very little attention is paid to it, as students prefer using solid materials, such as bats, chains and so forth, to beat one another up. Therefore, the management of GHA has taken all the required measures to be able to care for this issue. Any pupil who tries to create any sort of chaos is not reprimanded but immediately expelled from the academy. This insurance plan has been purely enforced by the management of Green hall academy, and there were few expulsions in the past, ( A. Mehmood, personal communication, March 10, 2010). The problem has improved during the last two years as only 7% of the children considered it to be a major issue, (make reference to Body 5).

There is nothing new about the actual fact that whenever children are a part of a co-education system, you will see some type of connection between them. This may be an issue for parents, particularly when they need to send their children to nighttime tuitions. This connections leads to the introduction of troublesome matters. One of the weighty ones is named Bunking. Bunking is a widespread activity which fundamentally means missing lessons. That is easier done at academies, specially the popular academies. This subject concerns the parents a great deal, as they have to tolerate additional financial burden by paying the child's academy's charge. 33% of the students offered a positive response when asked if their parents believed overburdened anticipated to extra repayment they had to make to the academy ( refer to the Amount 7). So they don't want their children deceiving them and resorting to places apart from the academy.

Green Hall Academy has worked on the most frequent root cause of the situation that would be to reduce the conversation between boys and girls who are a part of this academy. Disciplinary officials have been appointed who ensure that there is absolutely no interaction between students of both genders. The guards who are appointed inside the premises are also accountable for doing the mentioned tasks. This practice is carried out so vigorously that once two different people were warned for not interacting with each other, until later it was discovered that they were siblings! The classrooms are also segregated-- girls and boys are supposed to sit on split sides--

Food is considered to be a vital source of entertainment. Schools have canteens and cafeterias to aid the students with lunchtime as the students have to invest 1 / 2 of their days in schools. Before it was not very common to own cafeterias in academies but since Green Hall Academy's groundwork is based in National Sentence structure School's building so that it does provide the students with certain eatables.

There are two cafeterias in Green Hall Academy. One is at the most notable most storey of the building and the other is on the ground floor. The cafeterias have gone through a few changes over the last two years but there are a few areas that needs to be further polished. The cafeteria at the bottom floor permits any scholar to avail the services that it provides whereas the cafeteria at the top-most storey caters only to the male students. The menu made available from both the cafeterias is common and incredibly limited. The list of items sold includes potato chips, roles, patties, juice, soft drinks and so forth. Corresponding to 7% of the students the menu is not of superior quality, (make reference to Figure 5). The number of items that are offered on the market should be widened and the quality should be advanced. Green Hall Academy is considered to be a very popular location for children and a nice-looking cafeteria would just add a cherry on top of the wedding cake. Almost 50 percent of the students participating the academy take tuitions for more than two themes and some students move forward to the academy immediately from school. These factors is highly recommended by the management of the academy and students should discover proper meals. The owners of the cafeterias should be instructed to include more variety to the meals items and sell them at lower rates. During the last few months a few changes have been designed to the cafeteria at the bottom floor of the academy. An effective sitting down area has been developed which has substituted the swings which were before used as benches (refer to the picture G).

Security nowadays in a nationwide issue. It tops the list of priorities for almost all security representatives. Majority of the risks are aimed towards educational organizations. Security actions are mandatory for any institutions.

Taking into consideration the complete situation, academies are also on high alert exactly like any other university or school. Tuition centres never have executed the security strategies prescribed by the federal government. Large amounts of money is extracted through tuition fees and still many students heading to the academies are deprived of the necessary steps (Aziz, 2009, Para 3).

However, contrary the Green Hall Academy has considered appropriate measures in order to counter this issue. This consists of the provision of I. D credit card to the students. These I. D cards contain student's personal stats: telephone number, address, picture and a code allocated by the academy. The scholar is not allowed to enter into the academy until and unless he/she will not show the card to the safeguard at the access. If incase a student wants to go into for a new entrance, an attendant escorts the scholar towards any office in order to verify his/her identity. Moreover, several cams are installed at various locations in the academy. These camcorders are linked with your computer that is present in the key office which assists with monitoring the entire scenario taking place in the campus. Green Hall Academy has appointed four guards who are armed so that any unforeseen event can be deals with in an efficient manner.

The problems that are encountered by the Green Hall Academy are also an area of concern for other tuition centres functioning in the town of Lahore. With this context Green Hall Academy does a good job in subsiding them but it will consider a few more steps which may have been advised.


By analyzing all the details that have been mentioned previously, we can conclude that tuition coaching has gained enormous strength within the last five years. The Green Hall Academy has became a successful job, evident by the study that is conducted. If it expects to check out an upward development in future also, it will consider all the loopholes that have been discussed and find possible measures to solve them. Taking into account, the recognition of private training, the value of schools shouldn't be undermined. Schools are crucial for the grooming of students. A student needs a proper school's name for going after a concrete job in future. Therefore, an equilibrium should be looked after by students when deciding on private tuitions. Considerable timeframe shouldn't be spent in academies by the students and subsequently become lazy to wait schools. They have to organize themselves in a fashion that can help them in acquiring knowledge from both sources and not undermine the value of any one of these.


The Green Hall Academy even though doing a wonderful job, should still focus on the loopholes which have been stated in the study paper. The Green Hall academy should try and maintain its popularity, that might be difficult as this form of business has become extremely competitive.

The traffic issue should be solved better as this may lead to the deterioration of the academy's reputation. The management of the academy can make a deal with the specialists regarding moving the parking to nearby bare plots. The security issue might be difficult to take care of in future because of the constant deterioration in the security conditions of the country. The Green Hall Academy should think about taking government's assistance in this field.

Due to the increasing variety of students, the idea of opening another branch in the location should be considered.

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