Our Campus

Our new purpose built campus for the O’ and A’ Level programme, spread over nearly 3.5 acres, is designed to provide a comfortable and conducive learning environment to our students. The campus provides the following facilities:

  • Air conditioned class rooms
  • Audio-visual equipment to aid teaching and learning
  • State of the art labs for Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Computing
  • Dedicated art room
  • Well-stocked library
  • Dedicated Room for Sultan Khan Chess Club
  • Filtered all season swimming pool
  • Playing fields for cricket, football, hockey etc.
  • A well-fitted gym and billiard rooms
  • Multi-purpose hall with stage for student hosted events and large gatherings
  • A huge canteen with plasma screen installed
  • Dedicated Music Room
  • A Standardized Professional Basketball Court
  • A Dedicated Room for Snooker Club

You can also download our school profile HERE .

Private Schools: The Untold Story

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Private Schools: The Untold Story

Private Schools: The Untold Story

 

We would like to address the independent Pakistani media, which has the capacity of setting agendas and mobilising public opinion and, through them, the government, parents, and the general public.

We need to respectfully point out that the public education system is almost destroyed in the country and, if the current debate regarding private education is not channelised in a healthy direction, the private education system, which caters to nearly half the Pakistani population, particularly the middle and lower-middle classes, will suffer a similar fate. It needs to be stressed that Article 25-A of the Constitution declares that it is the STATE’S RESPONSIBILITY to provide “free and compulsory education to all children from the ages of 5-16 years”. It is not fair, therefore, that this justifiable public wrath is being deflected towards private schools.

Good education is not inexpensive anywhere in the world. The only difference is that funding comes from government or other sources. This explains why some of the best NON-PROFIT institutions in the world like Harvard, Princeton, Yale, Oxford and Cambridge, along with some of the leading Pakistani educational institutions (listed below), are also amongst the most expensive.

The time has now come to tell the untold story of private schools. Everything stated below is factually correct and we challenge anyone to enter into an intelligent public discourse on these matters for the benefit of the people of Pakistan:

 

CRIPPLING INPUT COSTS FOR PRIVATE SCHOOLS

 

• It has been alleged by some that private schools have raised their fees by percentages ranging from 30% to even 1 00% in August 201 5!

• This is Factually Incorrect. The average fee increase for the vast majority of private schools has varied between 10-13%, which has been the trend for many years.

• In many cases, the impact felt by parents in Aug/Sept may be higher than the actual percentage increase by the school, since children are promoted to higher classes every year that fall into a higher fee bracket. Every private school in the world, including the elite schools managed by the government have different” fee brackets”, since faculty & facility costs increase substantially as students progress to more advanced studies, particularly if they choose to pursue O/A Levels (vs Matriculation/Intermediate).

• Most private schools in Pakistan operate out of rented premises. Rents increase by 1 0% per annum. Typically every 3 to 5 years, lease agreements are RENEWED, at which point landlords aggressively renegotiate lease terms. Landlords are aware that schools have limited options because their cost of relocation is very high.

• The compounded impact of annual rent increase (10%) and end-of-term lease renegotiation (any percentage) is an average of1 8-20% or even more per year.

• Staff & teacher salaries account for approximately 50% of the fee income of private schools.

• Teachers’ salaries are revised upwards, on average, from 1 0% to 20% per year (based on performance appraisal; in some cases, the increases are far higher).

• Electricity bills across Pakistan are ever increasing. Private schools are not an exception to this either.

• In addition, many private schools operate generators for back-up power. Maintaining generators is prohibitively expensive.

• After December 201 4, private schools have exponentially increased their expenditure on the provision of security- a fundamental responsibility of the state.

• The government talks of the “CPI” (Consumer Price Index), which is not a reliable measure even for households. For private schools, it is completely irrelevant.

• In short, the cost of operating schools increases by an average of 1 5-20% per annum. We are prepared for an intelligent debate with anybody on this statement.

• Private schools do not exist in an economic vacuum: when the input costs of every sector of the economy are going up, how can private schools remain magically immune? They do not possess Aladdin’s lamp to reduce costs.

• Private schools are treated as fully commercial entities by the government, and pay 33% income tax, 16-17% GST, 3% SuperTax, 6% EOBI, 6% Social Security, heavy property commercialisation fees, commercial property taxes, and a host of other taxes and levies.

 

ESCALATING COST OF CONTRUCTION AND CAPITAL ITEMS

 

• Construction cost (steel, cement, paint, wood, etc.) has increased every year by at least1 5% per annum. An additional 16% GST has further affected this cost.

• Over the past 3 years, on average, computer equipment has increased by 1 5% per annum, laboratory equipment by14% per annum, school furniture and fixtures by 18-20% per annum, vehicles by 12%, etc., with an additional 16% GST!

• Many private schools use diesel generators. The capital cost ofgenerators has increased by an average of 18% per annum.

• The above investments are depreciated in the annual expense of private schools, since capital is not free-it has a cost.

 

HOW WILL ZERO TO 5% FEE INCREASE IMPACT TEACHERS?

 

• The 173,110 private schools in Pakistan are collectively the largest employers of professional women in the private sector in Pakistan.

• Approximately 20 lac teachers and staff work at these schools. Private schools will not be able to adequately reward these teachers or continue to offer free or subsidised education to their children (approx. 40 lac children)

• Private schools will not be able to continue spending on the professional development of teachers.

• Private schools will gradually lose qualified professionals to other sectors.

• Private schools will not be able to maintain current levels of service. The number of children per class will increase, co-curricular, extra-curricular and value-added services may be cut down, and quality and overall standards will therefore suffer.

• Private schools remain committed to providing the best possible security arrangements for students. With 0% or 5% fee increase, we now require that the government post POLICE & RANGERS outside every school. This is the government’s responsibility, more so under the current security conditions.

• Scholarships and financial aid for millions of students across Pakistan, which private schools offer despite financial constraints, may be affected.

 

GOOD EDUCATION IS NOT CHEAP ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD

 

• Some of the leading NON-PROFIT schools and universities in Pakistan are also amongst the most expensive: IBA Karachi, LUMS, LSE, BNU, AKU, KGS, LAS, KAS, ISol and dozens of others.

• This is because they source the best faculty and resources from across Pakistan.

• Aitchison College, Lawrence College and Sadiq Public School, whose Boards are controlled by the government, are far more expensive than most private schools, even though their lands and buildings are free and they are recipients of government grants. Does this not mean that the government is “profiteering”? If not, why is the private sector accused of profiteering? Why?

CONTRIBUTION OF PRIVATE SCHOOLS

• Private schools conservatively educate 40% of children in Pakistan, and nearly 60% in Punjab.

• Under Article 25-A of the Constitution, it is the responsibility of the State to provide education. Though it is not their role, private schools are helping the government with the fulfillment of its moral and constitutional responsibility.

• Private school graduates have risen to the highest positions in Pakistan and internationally. Private schools enhance opportunities for admission into leading national and international universities, and open up unparalleled job opportunities for young, lower-middle class and middle-class Pakistanis.

• The students, staff, and owners of virtually all private schools have contributed generously during times of national crises. Private schools are fully aware of their social responsibility.

• Most critically, in more recent times, Private Schools have been contributing to the creation of a progressive and internationally-minded youth who are playing their part in the development of a modern Pakistani state.

 

RECOMMENDATIONS:

 

• Govt, employees and bureaucrats (of all levels) should be required or at least encouraged to send their children to government schools. This is the most effective way of uplifting government schools.

• Were the media to focus on the uplift of government schools, the government would not be able to escape its responsibility and shift the blame and public wrath to private schools.

• Based on capacity, leading private schools should be encouraged to enter into public-private partnerships. We, too, are ready to play a constructive role to uplift the standards of government schools.

• Until the government schools are improved, government should issue fee vouchers to ease the burden on lower-middle class and middle-class families who send their children to private schools. This is common in many developing & developed countries and will help the government escape rising public wrath against its inability to meet its constitutional and moral obligations.

• Unless points highlighted above are given serious consideration by the government, we fear that private schools will suffer the same fate as public sector schools- with grave consequences for the future of the nation. Consider!

Outstanding Result May/June 2015

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Outstanding Result May/June 2015

OUTSTANDING RESULT

 

 

O LEVEL

SESSION MAY/JUNE 2015

 

17A’s

1 MUHAMMAD ALI SAJID

 

15A’s

1 HARIS AHMAD

2 SALMAN AHMAD

 

14A’s

1 BAHAWAR SHARIF DHILLON

2 SHAHERYAR AHMAD CH

3 WALEED IFTIKHAR

 

13A’s

1 MOIZ ALI JEHANGIR

2 MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM NOOR

3 USAMA AHMED

 

12A’s

1 HAMZA AHSAN

2 SAAD HUSSAIN

 

11A’s

1 ABDULLAH SAEED

2 ABUBAKAR ZAHID

3 DANISH SAJJAD

4 DANIYAL NAJEEB MOHAR

5 MOHAMMAD AASHIR NADEEM

6 MOHAMMAD HARIS KHAWAJA

7 MUHAMMAD JUNAID

8 MUJTABA AHMED KHAWAJA

 

10A’s

1 ALI AHMAD KHAN

2 ALI BAQIR

3 AMMAR SHAHID

4 HUZAIFA TARIQ

5 MUAZ ABRAR

6 MUHAMMAD HASAN QARSHI

7 MUHAMMAD USMAN NADEEM

8 SALMAN UMER

9 SHEHZORE ALI

10 SYED MUHAMMAD ANSAR ABBAS

11 TAIMUR MIRZA

12 SAIF IMTIAZ CHEEMA

 

9A’s

1 AHMAD ATIF SALMAN

2 AHMAD KAMRAN

3 ALI SHAHID

4 ARSALAN AHMAD BUTT

5 HAMZA IFTIKHAR

6 HAMZA MURAD

7 MAHAD FAROOQ

8 MOMIN KASHIF

9 MUHAMMAD FAHAD KHALID

10 MUHAMMAD USAMA NASR

11 MUJTABA JAMIL MALIK

12 NAUMAN YAWAR BUTT

13 SHIRZA QAISER KHAN

14 SYED ABDULLAH HUSSAIN

15 SYED MUHAMMAD MURTAZA

16 DANIYAAL ABDULLAH

 

8A’s

1 ABDULLAH HAMID

2 ABDULLAH YOUSAF KHAN

3 ABDULLAH ZAHEED

4 AGHA HAIDER RAZA

5 BILAL MUNAWAR

6 FAHAD SHAFIQ

7 JOSHUA DANISH ATTAULLAH

8 MIR SOHAIB SAJID

9 MOHAMMED USMAN BASHIR

10 MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH AFTAB

11 MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH NIAZI

12 MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH SOHAIL

13 MUHAMMAD ATTA MOHIO DIN N

14 MUHAMMAD FAHAD MALIK

15 MUHAMMAD HASSAAN ARSHAD

16 MUHAMMAD JAWAD HASSAN SHA

17 MUHAMMAD MOBEEN SHUAIB FA

18 MUHAMMAD SALMAN RAZA

19 MUSTAFA ARSHAD MIRZA

20 OMER IQBAL

21 SHAHZAIN AHMED

22 SHAYAN AHMAD

23 SYED ARHAM HUSSAIN

24 SYED MURTAZA ABBAS

25 UMER FAROOQ

26 ZORAIZ AHMAD JAN

27 MUHAMMAD HARIS HANIF

 

7A’s

1 ABDULLAH ASHRAF

2 ADIL ASAD

3 AHAZ RIZWAN

4 ASFAR KHALID MAHMOOD

5 ASIM SHAHID

6 HADI HASAN FAROOQ

7 MOHAMMAD ZAHAB SHAUKAT

8 MUHAMMAD ABEER MUSTAFA RA

9 MUHAMMAD ASFANDYAR ZAFAR

10 MUHAMMAD ASIM

11 MUHAMMAD HAMZA ASIF

12 MUHAMMAD SAIF IMTIAZ

13 MUHAMMAD TAHA

14 RAFAY ABDUL MIAN

15 TAIMOOR AMJAD

 

6A’s

1 ABDUL SAMI

2 AHMED SALEEM KHAN

3 ANEEQ ASGHAR

4 EHTISHAM SOHAIL KHAN

5 FEROZ KHAN

6 HATEM ASIF

7 IBRAHIM MANSOOR KHALID

8 KUMAIL ALI KHAN

9 MALIK HAIDER IQBAL MEHDI

10 MUHAMMAD ALI SHAHZAD

11 MUHAMMAD FAIZAN AHMED

12 MUHAMMAD KAMRAN SALEEM

13 MUHAMMAD MUSA AHMED

14 MUHAMMAD SABEEH REHMAN

15 MUHAMMAD SIKANDAR ALI CHAU

16 MUHAMMAD SOMAAN JAVED

17 MUSTAFA AMAR

18 SAJJAD UR RAHMAN TAREEN

19 SYED IKRAM RAZA

20 WALEED BIN AHSAN

—————————————————————

 A LEVEL

SESSION MAY/JUNE 2015

 

6 As

1              USMAN AKRAM

 

5 As

1              ABDUR REHMAN

2              ARSAL RAUF

3              HAMMAS BIN TANVEER

4              HASAN SAQIB

5              IRTAZA AHMAD KHAN

6              JUNAID RAFIQUE

7              MUHAMMAD ADIL AHSAN

8              MUHAMMAD MUNEEB AFZAL

9              TAEMOOR SHOAIB

4 As

1              ABDULLAH HUMAYUN

2              ABDULLAH NAUMAN KHAN

3              ABDULLAH USMAN KHAN

4              ADEEL MAHMOOD

5              ALI ABID

6              ALI IMRAN SHEIKH

7              ANAS SHAHZAD

8              BURHAN SHAHID

9              GHULAM MURTAZA

10           HAROON AMMAR ALVI

11           HASSAN ABID

12           MALIK MUHAMMAD SIKANDAR HANIF

13           MOHSIN ALI TANVIR

14           MUHAMMAD ADEEL YOUNUS

15           MUHAMMAD AHMAD MUSTANSIR

16           MUHAMMAD AHMED KHAN

17           MUHAMMAD ALI MOAZZAM

18           MUHAMMAD BILAL ANSAR

19           MUHAMMAD BILAL ZAHOOR

20           MUHAMMAD BULAND IQBAL

21           MUHAMMAD HAIDER SALEEM

22           MUHAMMAD HAMZA KHALID

23           MUHAMMAD HUSSAIN

24           MUHAMMAD MUQADAS HUSSAIN

25           MUHAMMAD SARMAD NADEEM

26           MUHAMMAD TAHA QURESHI

27           MUHAMMAD ZEESHAN AFZAL

28           MURTAZA ALI QAZI

29           RAFAY HAYAT ALI

30           SAAD ABDUL HAFEEZ

31           SAIM AMER AKHTER

32           SHAROON AUSTIN

33           SHEIKH FATIR NAEEM

34           SHOAIB NAVEED

35           SOJHAL ISMAIL KHAN

36           SYED MOHAMMED MADAH

37           TABISH SAEED

38           TAIMUR HASSAN

39           UMAIR AJMAL

40           WALLIALAH KHALID

 

3 As

1              ABDUL BASIT SHAHID

2              AHMED MUSTAFA

3              ANAS NOUMAN SAMDANI

4              AMAAN ALAUDDIN

5              BILAL AZIZ MALIK

6              DANIYAL AHMED KHAWAJA

7              DANYAL HAMID

8              FARAZ ALI KHAN

9              HAMZA FARRUKH

10           HAMZA JAMIL

11           HASNAT GHOURI

12           HURR ABBAS

13           IBRAHIM KAMAL

14           MIAN HAMZA NAEEM KAKAKHEL

15           MOIZ SADIQ AWAN

16           MUHAMMAD HAMZA KHAN

17           MUHAMMAD HAROON ABDULLAH

18           MUHAMMAD IBRAHIM GHOUS

19           MUHAMMAD OBAID ULLAH CHOUDRY

20           MUHAMMAD SHAHRAIZ KHAN NIAZI

21           MUHAMMAD TWAHA AHSAN

22           MUHAMMAD WISAL ABDULLAH

23           MUHAMMAD ZEESHAN

24           NEHAL IQTIDAR

25           ROHAAN NADEEM

26           ROOSHAN ALI KHAN

27           SAAD HASSAN

28           SHAARIF SAJID

29           SHAHZAIB AHMED WARRAICH

30           SIBTAIN ALI

31           UZAIR NAVID IFTIKHAR

32           ZAIN ASIF

33           ZARYAB ALI ZAHID

Admissions A Levels 2015

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Admissions A Levels 2015

Please contact the school office for any information regarding admission in the A Level Programme Aug ’15. You can also email us for an appointment at lgsjte1@gmail.com.

High Achievers Cambridge International O and A Levels Examination Jun 2014

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High Achievers Cambridge International O and A Levels Examination Jun 2014

High Achievers Cambridge International O and A Levels Examination Jun 2014

 

 O Levels

 

Baleegh Ahmad

  • Best Across 9 Cambridge O-Level Subjects; 1st Place in Lahore and Pakistan
  • Top in Lahore in Add. Maths
  • Top in World in Statistics

 

Saad Munir

  • Top in Pakistan in ICT
  • Best Across 8 Cambridge O Levels Subjects; 1st Place in Lahore
  • Top in Lahore in Physics
  • Top in World in Business Studies

 

Shaheer Malik

  • Top in World in History

 

A Level

 

Syed Muhammad Madah

  • Top in Pakistan in Environmental Management

 

Muhammad Faran Haider

  • Top in Pakistan in Applied ICT

 

Waseeh Ahmad

  • Best Across Three Cambridge International A Levels

 

Salman Sarwar

  • Top in Lahore in General Paper

Admissions O Levels 2015

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Admissions O Levels 2015

Dear Parents:

Registration for new O Levels batch (Class 9/10) will commence from 9th of March 2015, MONDAY.

Timings for getting the prospectus and submitting the admission form are:

Mon-Fri 3 to 5 pm
Sat 9 to 11 am.

First entry test will be on 18th of April, 2015.

Second entry test: 6th June 2015.

Third entry test: 8th Aug., 2015.

The test course will comprise of middle school curriculum, details are as follows:

Class IX Subjects:

  1. English
  2. Urdu
  3. Mathematics

Class X Subjects for Science Group:

  1. English
  2. Urdu
  3. Mathematics
  4. Physics
  5. Chemistry
  6. Biology or ICT

Class X Subjects for Business Group:

  1. English
  2. Urdu
  3. Mathematics
  4. Economics
  5. Accounting

 

Required Documents for Registration

 

  • 2 recent photographs, passport sized, blue background.
  • B. Form
  • NADRA Family Certificate
  • Previous class results (MID Year and Final)
  • Co-Curricular activities certificates
  • Mother’s and Father’s ID Card Copies
  • Paid copy of registration slip
  • School leaving certificate

For details, please contact the school office (+9242 35165647-50).

Outstanding Result SESSION MAY/JUNE 2014

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Outstanding Result SESSION MAY/JUNE 2014

By Grace of Allah, our students have made us proud, yet again, with an excellent result this year as well.

 

O Levels Result

SESSION MAY/JUNE 2014

Wednesday13 August, 2014
19.00A’s
Name
1 HAMMAD MUNIR
2 SAAD MUNIR


15.00A’s
Name
1 NABEEL AHMAD


13.00A’s
Name
1 BILAL HUSSAIN
2 SHAHEER MALIK


12.00A’s
Name
1 AMEER ABDULLAH
2 ANIQUE AHMAD
3 BALEEGH AHMAD
4 NABEEL MAHMOOD KHAN


11.00A’s
Name
1 DAAIM ABDULLAH IMTIAZ
2 HASSAN AFTAB SHEIKH
3 MIR IBRAHIM SAJID
4 ZAHAB AHMED QURESHI


10.00A’s
Name
1 ABDUL HAYEE ADIL
2 MUHAMMAD ARMAGHAN KHAN
3 MUHAMMAD ZUBAIR RAZA
4 OZAIR MALIK
5 RAFFEY NASSER
6 RAYAN MALIK
7 ZAIN HAIDER


9.00A’s
Name
1 BILAL MASOOD
2 DANIYAAL AHMAD
3 FAYZAAN SOHAIL KHAN
4 HAMZA NAWAZ
5 HASSAAN OMMAT RASUL
6 MOHSIN ALI
7 MUHAMMAD AHMED
8 MUHAMMAD BIN MUNIM
9 MUHAMMAD FARID HAROON
10 MUHAMMAD HAMMAD
11 MUHAMMAD HAMZA ASAD
12 MUHAMMAD HAMZA JAMIL
13 MUHAMMAD SAAD ATIQUE
14 MUHAMMAD SULEMAN SALEEM
15 MUHAMMAD UMAR SALMAN
16 MUHAMMAD USMAN AFZAL
17 ROSHAAN AKRAM SHERWANI
18 SAIF ALI SUKHERA
19 SHAHEER MUSTAFA MALIK
20 ZAIN SALMAN DAR


8.00A’s
Name
1 ABBAS ALI KHAN SIAL
2 ABDULLAH ZAHID MIRZA
3 AFAF MUZZAMIL SIDDIQ
4 ALI TAHIR BOKHARI
5 AZEEM KAMAL MIR
6 FAHAD BIN HAMID
7 FARHAN SHAFI
8 HAMZA SHAHZAD
9 HARIS MAHMOOD
10 HARRIS IMRAN
11 HASNAT AMIR
12 MOHAMMAD AHAD OMER
13 MOHAMMAD ANOOSH AKHTAR
14 MOHAMMAD HAMZA AZHAR
15 MOHAMMAD MAHAD QURESHI
16 MOHAMMAD OSAMAH ATIF
17 MUHAMMAD ALI HAIDER
18 MUHAMMAD DAIEM
19 MUHAMMAD SAIF ABBAS
20 MUHAMMAD SAJJAD SALMAN
21 MUHAMMAD SALMAN AHMAD
22 MUHAMMAD SIKANDAR AZAM
23 MUZAMMIL JAVED
24 SHEIKH MUBASHIR SHAKEEL
25 TALHA AHMAD WANI
26 TALHA SABIR


7.00A’s
Name
1 ABDUL HADI KHALIL
2 ABDUL REHMAN
3 ALI HAIDER YASEEN
4 AQSAM SAJID
5 FATEH MOHAMMAD KHAN
6 HAIDER MUMTAZ JAFRI
7 HAMZA EHSAN
8 HASSAN SALEEM
9 MOAZ MAHMOOD
10 MUHAMMAD ABBAS KHAN TIKKA
11 MUHAMMAD ARSLAN BHATTI
12 MUHAMMAD BIN KHALED
13 MUHAMMAD ISRAR UL HAQ
14 MUHAMMAD SAROOSH HUMAYUN
15 MUHAMMAD USAMA MEHBOOB SHAH
16 MUJTABA HUSSAIN
17 MUSADDIQ JAVED
18 RAIQ KASHIF
19 SHAHROZ AMJAD
20 SHAYAN QAYYUM
21 SHEHREYAR REHMAN
22 SYED UMAIR RAZA
23 TAIMUR IFTIKHAR
24 UMAIR SARFRAZ
25 ZAIN MAHMOOD CHAUDHRY
Outstanding Result A Levels MAY/JUNE 2014


S.No Name A’s
1 AHSAN AZIM 6
2 JAZIL WARIS 6
3 SERGIO LUKE DAVOOD SARDAR 6
4 TAAHA BIN MOHSIN 6
5 ZAIN IMRAN 6
6 ABDUL AHAD ANEES 5
7 ABDUL HADI KHAN 5
8 ALTAMASH RAFIQ 5
9 FAHAD ALI KHAN 5
10 FARZAN AHMAD KHAN 5
11 HASSAN ALI 5
12 KAMRAN AFZAL CHEEMA 5
13 MUHAMMAD AHMAD AMIN 5
14 MUHAMMAD ASAD MASUD CHEEMA 5
15 MUHAMMAD FARAN HAIDER 5
16 MUHAMMAD MOIZ IMAM DEV 5
17 MUHAMMAD MUBASHER IQBAL 5
18 OSAMA HAROON RANA 5
19 SHAH SHAMEER AHMED 5
20 WASEH AHMAD 5
21 ABDUL BASIT MIRZA 4
22 ABDUL HASEEB RIAZ 4
23 ABDULLAH AZHAR 4
24 ABUZAR AHMAD QURESHI 4
25 AHMED HASSAN QURESHI 4
26 ALI RABAB QURESHI 4
27 AMMAD ALI KHAN 4
28 ARSAL ISLAM 4
29 BASIL MAJEED 4
30 FASEEH IRFAN AHMAD 4
31 GHUFRAN AHMED 4
32 HAMZA KAMRAN 4
33 HAMZA TARIQ 4
34 HASHIM SAEED 4
35 MOHAMMAD ABDULLAH BUKHARI 4
36 MOHAMMAD ARSLAN ARSHAD 4
37 MOHAMMAD OMER AWAIS 4
38 MUHAMMAD ARQAB 4
39 MUHAMMAD ARSAM NADEEM 4
40 MUHAMMAD ASFANDYAR YOOSUFANI 4
41 MUHAMMAD HAMZA ARIF 4
42 MUHAMMAD MOAZAM IJAZ 4
43 MUHAMMAD UMAR TARIQ 4
44 MUHAMMAD USAMA KHALID 4
45 MUNEEB BAJWA 4
46 SALMAN KHALID 4
47 SAYED SAAD AFZAL 4
48 SHAYAN ALI 4
49 SHOAIB ASIF QAZI 4
50 SYED AZHAR ALI 4
51 TAHA AHMAD 4
52 TALHA MAQSOOD 4
53 UMAIR ASLAM 4
54 WAJIH AHMED 4
55 ZUHAIR SALEEM 4
56 ABDUL HADI AHSAN 3
57 ADEEL TARIQ 3
58 ADNAN AHMAD 3
59 AFFAN SHEIKH 3
60 ANIQUE AHMED 3
61 ASAD HASAN 3
62 AWAIS MUHAMMAD CHISHTI 3
63 FAIZAN ZAFAR 3
64 GHULAM FARID 3
65 GHULAM MUSTAFA 3
66 HAMZA TAHIR 3
67 HAMZA WAKIL 3
68 HARIS IRFAN 3
69 HASSAAN SAQIB 3
70 KHALID QAMAR YAZDANI 3
71 MOHAMMAD AHMAD BAIG 3
72 MOHAMMAD NABEEL ISHAQ 3
73 MUHAMMAD ABDULLAH MALIK 3
74 MUHAMMAD ALI BUTT 3
75 MUHAMMAD ALI KHIZER 3
76 MUHAMMAD AMMAR ASLAM 3
77 MUHAMMAD ARZANISH RIAZ 3
78 MUHAMMAD AUN RAZA 3
79 MUHAMMAD BAZIF BURHAN 3
80 MUHAMMAD FUAAD ZAMEER 3
81 MUHAMMAD HAMZA IQBAL 3
82 MUHAMMAD KAMRAN SOHAIL 3
83 MUHAMMAD SULEMAN DAWOOD 3
84 MUHAMMAD ZEESHAN AZEEM 3
85 REHAN AAMIR TOOR 3
86 SAADI AHMAD ALI 3
87 SHAMEER ZAHID 3
88 SUFYAN ALI KHALID 3
89 UMAIR SARWAR 3
90 USMAN AMJAD 3
91 USMAN BIN HAMEED 3
92 ZOHAIB TAHIR 3

JT Sports Fest’13

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JT Sports Fest’13

Gold medals aren’t really made of gold. They’re made of sweat, determination, and a hard-to-find alloy called guts.” – Dan Gable

Sports are as integral a part of school life as academics and other extra-curricular activities. Keeping this in mind, the sports society of LGS JT launched what became perhaps the most successful event of the academic year: JT Sports Fest ’13.

With boys and girls from schools like LGS, Beaconhouse, City, LACAS, SICAS and GCU vying for trophies in a bevy of sports ranging from tennis, badminton and snooker to swimming, throw ball and cricket, JT came alive like never before. With each ball that was delivered, with each goal that was scored, the level of adrenaline shot higher and higher into uncharted territory. It was not uncommon to find a student coming to school unaware of the event and then suddenly finding the environment abuzz.

Some stunners and screamers and all that cheering and support provided exquisite scenes. The tears of loss and the screams of victory made the event emotional for not only the competitors, but the spectators as well. Like every competition, there can only be one winner. While LGS JT won the competition, Beaconhouse Defence Campus (BDC) was presented the Best Delegation Trophy, while the Runners-Up award found itself in the hands of Lahore Grammar School Defence.

The event was made possible only through the combined efforts of the management body, headed by Shahrukh Khan Mayo and Omer Khan. The famous – or perhaps – infamous DJ Butt provided the beats that pierced the air, adding to the electric frenzy of the action. With people still talking about it months after it was held, Sports Fest was truly a monumental success.

Grammar Filmfest’13

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Grammar Filmfest’13

LGS Johar Town’s Media Society is always ready to take on board new and original concepts. Over the years, it has evolved, all the while seeking to preserve its core values: a passion for cinema and art, the discovery of new talent, and the bringing together of rising entrepreneurs and creative artists from around the country with the aim of competing in one of the most premium events of the year: Grammar Filmfest ’13.

The president and vice-president of the Media Society, Ahmed Hassan and Ayden Aamir, along with a team of capable students (recognizable by their photos against black backgrounds, which became immensely popular during the days leading up to this event), organized the successor to one of JT’s most well-known events, Filmfest ’12, on the 8th of October, 2013. And boy, did they pull it off.

With Mr. Bilal Lashari, the famous director, playing the role of chief guest, Filmfest brought together films of all categories – photography, shorts, advertisements, music videos and documentaries – in a night which saw the auditorium filled to capacity. With topics ranging from ‘Pappu, yaar, tang na kar’ to Patriotism, the possibilities were endless. This was reflected in the wide variety of movies that were shown. And once again, DJ Butt made his presence known. Parbat Foundation’s charity box also found its place on the basketball court with people donating for a noble cause.

As was expected, the management and participants came through to produce a successful event, living up to the name that is Grammar Filmfest.

Mosum’14

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Mosum’14

Mosum is the flagship event of the Punjnad Environmental society. It offers a variety of competitions from science to the environment to arts. Its aim is to get students to acknowledge the widespread devastation of the environment around us and to propose ways in which we could stop further deterioration of the environment and bring about a change for the better.

Mosum 14 consisted of several events. The compulsory events, which all teams had to participate in, were the environmental moot and environmental summit. Other events included the green quiz, junk art, documentary, advertisement making, graffiti and still life. Teams had to choose any two from this list. Social events included the Envi-Rally (a scavenger hunt), the much enjoyed gig night and the formal dinner.

The event, as always, was managed by JT’s own students, under the leadership of Punjnad’s heads, Ali Rabab and Ahmed Amin. Their efforts made it possible to organize a competition of such magnitude efficiently. Like every event, Mosum may have had its faults, but it was nonetheless a success.

Grammar Aid II

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Grammar Aid II

On the 26th of October, 2013, LGS JT and FS Events & PR came together to organize one of the biggest concerts in the history of the school – Grammar Aid II. This wasn’t just a concert, though – It was a joint venture of various societies of the school aimed at community service.

The event brought together people from all over the city and even further beyond under one (figurative) roof. The event was headlined by one of the country’s most well-known musicians – Ali Azmat. Aside from him, artists such as Alina Najam Butt, Three Musketeers and Moen Jo Daro set fire to the night with surreal performances. Dance performances, stand-up comedy and food stalls combined to make the concert into a mega-event. At this time, JT was the place to be at.

As is obvious from the name, the event was organized to aid the victims of the Sindh earthquake. The utilization of the funds was handled by the NGO Naya Sawera, who had been working for the cause for a long time. Seeing people come together to help their brothers and sisters in need was truly delighting.

Hats off to the whole team, especially Basit Khatana (Event Organiser), Shayan Ali Khokhar and Raza Ahmed (Event Managers). Such a huge concert can only be pulled off through sheer determination and teamwork – attributes which we are not short of at JT.

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