The fact is that the globalization penetrated our countries and then affected our societies in both direct and indirect way, which influenced our literature. However, the definitions of the term globalization would be of a double-edged sword. In a new unified framework of religion, politics, economy, thought, society, education, arts, customs and traditions on the pretext of helping to comprehensive development, and when we come to the extent to which Arab prose was affected by this phenomenon we can see clearer than the light of the sun and I cannot say that the Islamic approach to the extent of the impact of globalization is summed up in the famous rule, “Take what is pure and leave what is bad.” Hence, we can summarize the saying that it is from The positive aspects of the globalization element are the knowledge of the cultures and sciences of other societies, the expansion and diversity of knowledge and culture, the ease and speed of the exchange of literary information and the creation of new prose arts, such as drama, short story, etc., and their disadvantages are summarized in congenital disintegration, religious alienation, And in the face of this new trend of innovation in prose, we can say that the Arabic language in general, and prose in particular, have a more powerful position than others in the face of globalization because the Arabic language has proved throughout the century 20, its ability to invent terminology in the sciences, arts and literature all, and the success in teaching and instilling skills and writing, including the authorship in the art of Arabic Language and Arabic literary prose.
In this paper the researchers present the thematic analysis on how Quality Assurance Mechanism affects performance in public and private sector universities of Karachi. The objective of this study is to articulate Quality Assurance Program of Higher Education Commission in administrative bodies, appropriate academic and professional communities in tertiary education institutions. In this large scale study, researchers interviewed a diverse range of experts, the sample was collected from different public and private sector universities by listening and documenting the views of experts including faculty members and administrative members. Twelve themes emerged from the collected data that include: the concept of quality, quality assurance mechanism in institutions of higher education, ranking lacking face value, inadequate funding, inappropriate infrastructure, the impact of globalization on higher education, lack of quality student intake, and inadequate research facilities. This paper concludes with a brief discussion on the impact of Quality Assurance Mechanism in the higher education institutions in Karachi.