Schools In Karachi BiographySource (google.com.pk)
Top-Schools-in-Karachi-PakistanKarachi is the biggest city of Pakistan. It is considered the back bone of the country. Numerous well –known private and public educational institutes are working in Karachi for the well being of students. Education is very obligatory for building nation and it is the fundamental right of every person.
Educational sector is the area where our Government has to do a lot of work to develop strong roots, making sure that each and every person should get quality education.
There are a no of institutes in Karachi which are doing really very well. Here is a list of best ranked schools in Karachi:
Education Bay (EBAY):
Education Bay is located in Defence Housing Authority. It is a Montessori School from O level to A level.
British Over Seas (B.O.S):
It is located in khayaban-e-Hilal, DHA Pahse VII. Since, 1958 it is providing quality education. It offers classess from Pre-Nursery till A levels.
Karachi Grammar School (K.G.S):
Karachi Grammar School was founded in 1847. It is an english medium school which promises to provide eminence educational experience to its students.
Bay View Academy (B.V.A):
Bay View Academy is offering classess from nursery to O levels.it is located in khayaban-e-Shaheen, DHA Phase VIII, Karachi, Pakistan.
The Indus Academy:
It was established in 1989 providing primary and middle school education. It is a private school.
Center For Advanced Studies (C.A.S):
Founded in 1981 C.A.S provides classses from O level to advance A level. Its main campus is located in phase VIII, Defence.
Froebel Education Center:
Established by a German educationalist in 1990 . it is located in Phase VIII , DHA , Karachi, Pakistan.
Beacon House School System:
It is providing quality education since 1975. More than 145 branches of Beacon House School System are working all over Pakistan. It has a no of branches in various areas of Karachi including defence, clifton, steel town.
Bay view High School:
It is a co-educational institute founded in 1994 in karachi. Inspired by british educational system it offers classess from O level to A level.
The international School:
It is a private school lacated in Cliffton , Karachi. It provides pre-high to high school classess.
Other Schools Well Rated in Karachi:
Other well rated schools in Karachi are: Defense American School , DHA Public School ,ST. John’s High School ,ST. Mary’s School , The City School ,The Lyceum School ,St Patrick’s high school ,St. Patrick’s Girls’ High School,Convent of Jesus and Mary ,Bay View High School Karachi, Karachi Public school.
“She used to tell people with pride that she had been fighting the disease for the last 17 years,” said her daughter, Faiza Kassim. “My mother used to ask Allah to help her fight cancer and not let it become the cause of her demise,” she added. “Her prayers were accepted – she passed away because of neuropathy, not cancer.”
Mrs Kassim was born on April 8, 1946 in Delhi, India and was the only child of Major Aftab Hashmi Suhrawardy and Begum Zeba Hashmi. Despite dedicating an entire lifetime to her school, which she nurtured painstakingly and lovingly, she introduced the concept of ‘Olympiad’ to educational institutions in Pakistan. This provided a platform for schools across the world to interact for peace and harmony.
In acknowledgement of her services, Mrs Kassim had recently won the global educators award at the 7th annual United Nations conference on ‘Teaching peace and human rights in a multi-cultural world’. Earlier this year, she also had the honour of receiving an award ‘Beyond Borders’ in Kolkata, India in the presence of Mrs Sonia Gandhi. The award was an acknowledgement of her efforts in strengthening the ties between the two countries. She was also nominated this year for the ‘Woman of Substance’ award by St Joseph’s Convent, where she had received her early education.
“She exuded a warmth that could melt the iciest of hearts with an endearing smile and a charm that few could resist,” said her colleague, Aaliya Bondrey. “Passionate to a fault, undeterred by obstacles with boundless energy and determination fueling her every gesture, educationalist Parveen Kassim was born to lead.”
Published in The Express Tribune, June 9th, 2012.