1. Pakistan Studies education needs to be given importance as it is a way to inculcate civic sense, patriotism, and knowledge about Pakistan.
2. Being a multi-disciplinary subject, the Pakistan Studies curriculum should not be textbook centered. The institutions need to be well-equipped with books and resources that deal with History, Geography, Sociology, Citizenship, Civics, Economics, and Political Science etc.
3. Pakistan Studies curriculum strives to make the learners aware and independent through research, enquiry, and projects so the provision of a resource room or IT lab with Internet access, computers a and multimedia projecting unit need to be in place in all institutions offering the subject.
4. Hiring of subject specialists and provision of substantial training including knowledge, understanding and modern teaching practices is required so that the curriculum of Pakistan Studies could be incorporated in its true spirit in the classrooms.
5. Teachers should be trained to develop the 21st Century learning skills, especially 4C’s (Critical thinking, Creativity, Collaboration and Communication) among students so that they may be empowered to face future changes.