Dawood Public School’s results improve by 23pc

August 17, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Dawood Public School, a well-renowned and leading girls’ school in Karachi, established over 30 years ago, has started off the new academic year with the good news of achieving 23% improvement in the overall O-levels results in 2014 as compared to the preceding year.

The school has a track record of 100% pass rate in O-Levels which is again achieved this year. Moreover, the school, which imparts knowledge to over 2000 students, has increased its capacity starting from August 2014 due to the increasing demand for admission.

Dawood Public School’s vision is to empower women and develop their capability to be productive citizens of this country. The school has a well-established reputation of producing excellent academic results; and now to further support its students to choose subjects of their interest, the School introduced additional subjects to be offered in ‘O’ and ‘A’ levels, supplementing these with fully equipped labs and an art studio certified by the Cambridge International Examinations (CIE). Quranic classes and civic sense classes have also been improved to nurture the students’ religious and moral needs. Furthermore, to encourage a zero-tuition culture, extra classes have been incorporated as part of the daily routine where students will receive appropriate attention to meet their academic needs.

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