956
955
954
953
952
951
950
949
948
947
945
944
942
939
938
937
933

Ayesha Ali bagged 1st Position Securing 1043 out of 1100 Marks in FBISE Examination (Humanities Group). (Read more)

Masabeeh Minhas bagged the 3rd Position Securing 1095 out of 1100 Marks in FBISE Examination (Pre-Medical Group). (Read more)

Message from Director DHA Education System

I am pleased to have taken over as Director DHA Education System.

The direction and drift of my undertaking will be defined by the fundamentals of good public schooling, the established traditions and tenets of which provide the indispensable unity of purpose.

photoIn the vital realm of academics, which scaffolds the major educational purpose of employability, we aim to provide sound instruction through best classroom practices. Our teaching routine must cater to individual differences and multiple intelligence. We ought to foster originality, critical thinking and creativity, which lies at the heart of all future education. This we will achieve by sanctifying the habit of questioning in students and deifying the difference of opinion in our classrooms. The faculty must grow in heart to have the students grow in mind. Also, we need to foster their progressive development by inspiring them to become independent life-long learners with an informed and broader worldview fortified by objectivity and equanimity.

Good public schooling is left sorely wanting without shaping all-round growth of alumni by promoting their personal development, cultural enrichment, physical well-being and a sense of positive amusement in life. To achieve this, we will orient both our organizational framework and our personal disposition to bolster this vital component in our institutions. We will also, as routine and resources permit, make utmost effort to prepare our students for entry into professional outfits. In a nutshell, all necessary human and material resources will be invested to consummate true public schooling as being practiced at the best institutions around the world

The staff and campus development go hand in hand in good schooling to meet the students' educational, personal, social and economic needs. Together the staff and students will build a synergistic culture of mutual respect and egalitarianism. It need not be added that transparency and fair play form the bedrock of any principled educational administration.

All this, I admit, is a tall order but let us make a sincere attempt to acquit ourselves of the onerous responsibility of steadfastly cultivating the next generation. Let us resolve to give our alumni the capacity, confidence and character to build for themselves a world where the pursuit of real happiness is a possibility. This, I am certain, is well-nigh improbable without a measure of true learning, sound character and meaningful aspiration.

Brig Dr Aamir Hafeez (Retd)