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Rangers Public School Management Visits Baithak School’s Usman Ghani Campus

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BAITHAK SCHOOL NETWORK

Society for Educational Welfare (SEW) is a non-profit organization set up in 1996 by a group of women who felt the pain and hardship of the children who live on the streets and sensed a deep desire to educate them and serve the under privileged sector of our society.

It is registered under the ‘Societies Act of 1860’ and is Tax Exempted by FBR. SEW is certified by

  • Pakistan Center for Philanthropy (PCP)
  • Al Hamd Shariah for Shariah Compliance
  • Registered at Economic Affair Division (EAD)
  • Audit by Grand Thornton
REACH OF OUR IMPACT!

OUR EXPERIENCE

Academic research through assessment at ground level formulates our unified syllabus, centralized assessment teachers capacity building program and other supportive publications

50,000+
ALumni

20,000+
Students

1,000+
Teachers

140
Campuses

OUR WORK

Our Foundation is providing quality education through financial assistance from kind-hearted individuals, philanthropic organizations and socially responsible businesses.

Sponsor a School

Spreading the light of education is the best kind of charity. Support us in establishing a school for the underprivileged in our beloved country.

Sponsor a Computer Lab

In today's fast moving world, technology is a vital need. Help youngsters gain access by sponsoring a Computer Lab.

REACH OF OUR IMPACT!

OUR EXPERIENCE

Academic research through assessment at ground level formulates our unified syllabus, centralized assessment teacher’s capacity building program and other supportive publications

50,000+
ALumni

20,000+
Students

1,000+
Teachers

140
Campuses

We are alumni strong with 2 MILLION Students with educational background from Baithak.

OUR MISSION

To promote education and to induct Islamic values for the betterment of individuals and to flourish a healthy society.

OUR VISION

Educational Awareness in the less privileged urban, rural, politically instable and disaster struck areas through formal structured age-wise educational setups and informally in camps and tents for internally displaced persons.

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