Providing quality education requires major cooperation and resources. Allied Schools collaborate with a number of leading organizations to create education strategies and programs to deliver education results.
Allied Schools always strive to formulate strategies to enhance and polish the professional capabilities of its teachers. Training of the teachers for their professional development is designed keeping in view the professional requirements of our teachers. We have taken an initiative to arrange training in collaboration with Oxford University Press, Pakistan. Modules of the training have been planned on the content covering four subjects i.e. English, Mathematics, Science and Social Studies as taught syllabus at Primary Level.
Prof Sohail Afzal - Executive Director Punjab Group of Colleges signed MOU with Mustufa Kamal Khan - Chairman Sabaq Foundation on Teaching-Learning Support for Allied Schools. Mian Amer Mehmood - Chairman Punjab Group of Colleges also graced the event with his presence at the occasion.
It is a revolutionary step in enhancing the basic skills of students and to provide them with ease of concept learning. The students can easily have access concept-based videos at the Allied School Interactive Learning Centre (ILC) based on syllabus of Math, Physics, Chemistry and Biology for 9th & 10th Classes.
This step forward will surely add livelihood to the routine lectures which usually fail to catch the student’s attention.
It is a fact that goal of global primary education cannot be achieved without catering to the academic and training needs of children with special needs.
Prof. Sohail Afzal, Executive Director Punjab Group of Colleges & Allied Schools signed MOU with Dr. Abdul Tawwab Khan (Sitara-i-Imtiaz), President of Rising Sun Education & Welfare Society for Training of Trainers in Special Needs and Inclusive Educatio.
Allied Schools have also signed a MOU with the Rising Sun. Six teachers from remote areas will be trained by the Rising Sun and later on work as trainers. A conducive resource room will be built in the schools of these six teachers to enable them to support the students with all kinds of learning disabilities.
Among many leading educational institutions in Pakistan, Intel is working with Allied Schools (Project of Punjab Group of Colleges). The purpose of understanding between Allied schools and Intel Pakistan Corporation is pertinent for the benefit of teachers and students to bring effectiveness in Teaching-Learning process.
The collaborative framework will provide an opportunity to all stakeholders of Allied Schools to learn about the latest technology-based education solutions, which are transforming knowledge acquisition in Allied Schools across Pakistan.