Baluchistan hits the Afghan border and Is Pakistan’s largest province. The two towns in it by the name of Balozai and Khanozai have a total population of just 20,500 people. There also is a Polytechnic institute along with 2 colleges and 48 primary level and secondary level schools. These towns fall in the District Pishin and have reported to have the highest literacy rate in Pakistan.
The town was blessed by a school opened by Allama Abdul Ali Akhunzada in 1905 also known as the Sir Syed Ahmad Khan of Panezai Tribe. His agenda was to educate both girls and boys and today, the very town has reported to have the highest literacy rate. According to the District Education Officer (DEO) in the region, Habib Alam Panezai, the current literacy rate of the town is 98% which is actually more than the national or provincial range since the total literacy rate of Pakistan is 70% while Baluchistan only has 44%.
One more mentionable thing is that the two towns also carry the lowest dropout rate of students from schools i.e. 2% In 1930, an organization by the name of Balozai Social Organization (BSO) whose motive was to keep on sending the children to school by encouraging parents.