Over the previous decade it has steadily become obvious that we are living during a time that is described by globalization. There is no single acknowledged meaning of this cycle, in spite of the fact that the word has been in our jargon for a very long time. Our underlying endeavors to sort out it have naturally centered so far around financial and political outcomes. These are the most prominent, yet the drawn out centrality is more profound and more extensive. Globalization has been working for a very long while, and may have been unavoidable. It is now substantial in moderately traditionalist areas of our carries on with, for example, the scholastic educational plan, and our detailing of exploration issues. It influences the year-to-year arranging of organizations like AIPS, in view of changes in the needs of subsidizing offices, just as individual scholastic professions. In contrast to different sorts of social and social change over the past age, globalization (as the term itself infers) is basically worldwide, and is along these lines as obvious in the public culture of nations like Pakistan as much as any in OECD. Pakistan Studies is a type of social and scholarly exchange between the West and Pakistan. This exchange when it started was respective. In the time of globalization it has been subsumed into the bigger worldwide exchange. What are the ramifications of this change?