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Posted on July 5, 2014 at 5:07 PM Comments comments (6)

STUDENTS from the Pakistan Urdu School have achieved a 99 per cent pass rate.

 

 

A total of 165 students took the SSC II annual examination by the Pakistan Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.

 

 

School principal Dr Farouk Chaudhry, vice principal Raja Mohammad Irfan and administrator Najamul Arefeen congratulated the students and their parents on the achievement.

 

 

In the science group top achievers among girls were Tahreem Niaz, Mashaal Amjad, Mubeena Aslam and Zainab Abdul Sattar, while Mohammad Belal, Ebrahim Sohrab and Shiraz Hayat topped among boys.

 

 

Top girls achievers in arts were Iqra Safdar, Eiman Shaikh and Abeera Sohail, while Mohammad Hamza, Mohammad Arsalan and Mohammad Hussain Zahid topped among boys.

 

 

 

Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=380589

Resounding success

Posted on July 2, 2014 at 3:02 AM Comments comments (0)

Pakistan Urdu School students came out with flying colours in the SSC II Annual Examination 2013-2014 held by the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education, Islamabad, Pakistan. The school achieved a pass percentage of 99% with a total of 165 pupils appeared from Pakistan Urdu School in Science and Arts Group. Principal Dr. Farouk Chaudhry, Vice Principal Raja Mohammad Irfan and the administrator Najamul Arefeen congratulated the students.


Source: www.dt.bh/resounding-success/

Pakistan Urdu School Gets The Better Of Asian School

Posted on June 6, 2014 at 4:52 PM Comments comments (0)

PAKISTAN Urdu School scored a consolation victory over Asian School in Group 'A' of the Second Shaikh Khalid bin Ali bin Khalifa bin Salman Al Khalifa Cup Under-16 Inter-School Cricket Tournament.

 

The tournament is being organised by Cricket Bahrain Association under the patronage of Shaikh Khalid bin Ali Al Khalifa.

 

A total of eight teams are participating in this event being held on a league-cum knock-out basis at the Awali ground, under flood lights with coloured kit and orange cricket balls.

 

The event is supported by Bapco, Al Komed and RB Hilton.

 

Batting first, the Asian School scored 152 runs for six wickets in their allotted 20 overs.

 

Nikhil top scored with 58 runs (34 balls, 4x8) while Shreyas contributed a 18-ball 25 and Harshil a 29-ball 19.

 

Talha Shah and Talha Anwar bagged two wickets each for Pakistan Urdu School.

 

Target

 

In reply, Pakistan Urdu School reached the target in 14 overs and with four wickets to spare.

 

Zain Tariq (60, 30 balls, 4x10) was the top scorer while Abdullah contributed 25 (15 ball, 4x3).

 

Shreyas was the most successful bowler for Asian School claiming four wickets for 34 runs.

 

In another match, Indian School beat Bahrain Youth Team by four wickets.

 

Batting first, Bahrain Youth made 144 runs for seven wickets in 20 overs.

 

Captain Ahid (44*, 50 balls, 2x4) top scored while Haris (28, 14 balls, 3x4, 1x6) and Salman (22, 25 balls, 3x4) were the other main contributors.

 

For Indian School, Akshay and Rakshit claimed two wickets each.

 

In reply, Indian School reached the target in 15.2 overs for the loss of six wickets.

 

Akshay shone with the bat as well making 48 runs (34 balls 4x5) while Pavan contributed 26 (31 balls, 4x1). Raza claimed two wickets for 23 runs for Bahrain Youth team.


Mohammed Zain Tariq representing Pakistan Urdu School was later awarded Tournament's Best Wicket Keeper award (10th June).

(Pakistan Urdu School).


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/NewsDetails.aspx?storyid=378667

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Inter House Debate

Posted on February 7, 2014 at 3:42 PM Comments comments (0)

Pakistan Urdu School held an inter-house Urdu debate competition. Chief guest was Mujtaba Afroz Barlas. Ten students in two groups – one for and one against – took part.


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/source/xxxvi/324/pdf/page16.pdf

Major clean-up drive to be held in Manama

Posted on December 27, 2013 at 3:07 PM Comments comments (0)

PEOPLE are being urged to sign up for a major clean-up drive tomorrow at three locations in Manama.

 

Organisers are hoping to rally hundreds of volunteers with an initiative called "You for Bahrain". The plan is to clean the beach near the Marina Club, Salmaniya Park and the Salmaniya Water Garden between 10am and 1pm.


It is being organised under the patronage of Manama Municipality director-general Shaikh Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Khalifa in collaboration with Malabar Gold and Diamonds, Gulf City Cleaning Company and Brand Box.


Schools that have signed up to take part include the New Millennium School, Asian School, Pakistan Urdu School and Al Noor International School.


Volunteers will meet at Marina beach at 10am, where they will be divided into three groups and taken to different locations.


"You for Bahrain is an initiative towards a cleaner Bahrain," said organisers.


"As part of our responsibility in giving back to society, we strive to make Manama a better place to live in.


"We believe the environment in which we live mirrors our character and attitudes - and that's exactly what we reflect with this cleanliness drive."


Volunteers are being asked to gather near the Marina beach at 9.45am, from where they will be directed to one of the three chosen locations with a free cap and T-shirt.


"After the cleaning activities, all the teams will come back to Marina beach where they will be awarded certificates and snacks after a photo session," added organisers.


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/ArchiveNewsDetails.aspx?date=12/27/2013&storyid=367615

Major clean-up drive to be held in Manama

Posted on December 27, 2013 at 8:17 AM Comments comments (0)

PEOPLE are being urged to sign up for a major clean-up drive tomorrow at three locations in Manama.

Organisers are hoping to rally hundreds of volunteers with an initiative called "You for Bahrain". The plan is to clean the beach near the Marina Club, Salmaniya Park and the Salmaniya Water Garden between 10am and 1pm.

It is being organised under the patronage of Manama Municipality director-general Shaikh Mohammed bin Ahmed Al Khalifa in collaboration with Malabar Gold and Diamonds, Gulf City Cleaning Company and Brand Box.

Schools that have signed up to take part include the New Millennium School, Asian School, Pakistan Urdu School and Al Noor International School.

Volunteers will meet at Marina beach at 10am, where they will be divided into three groups and taken to different locations.

 "You for Bahrain is an initiative towards a cleaner Bahrain," said organisers.

"As part of our responsibility in giving back to society, we strive to make Manama a better place to live in.

"We believe the environment in which we live mirrors our character and attitudes - and that's exactly what we reflect with this cleanliness drive."

Volunteers are being asked to gather near the Marina beach at 9.45am, from where they will be directed to one of the three chosen locations with a free cap and T-shirt.

 "After the cleaning activities, all the teams will come back to Marina beach where they will be awarded certificates and snacks after a photo session," added organisers.


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/ArchiveNewsDetails.aspx?date=12/27/2013&storyid=367615

Fun Fair

Posted on December 16, 2013 at 3:02 PM Comments comments (0)

Pakistan Urdu School held a fun fair yesterday to show their love for the kingdom. Chief guests were the principals of the three schools on the campus. They performed songs and dance. A speech was dedicated to His Majesty King Hamad. There were stalls of games, food and face painting.


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/source/XXXVI/271/pdf/page21.pdf

Oath Taking Ceremony

Posted on December 14, 2013 at 2:52 PM Comments comments (0)

An oath-taking ceremony was held at the Pakistan Urdu School for the head and deputy head boys and girls. The school also named the teacher of the month in tribute to the teaching staff’s dedication. School officials, teachers, students and parents attended the ceremony.


Source: www.gulf-daily-news.com/source/XXXVI/269/pdf/page14.pdf

Awards Ceremony

Posted on October 19, 2013 at 2:22 PM Comments comments (0)

Pakistan Urdu School students were rewarded for their hard work during an awards ceremony for boys from the school’s middle section. Students who excelled in academic, literary and sporting activities during the past year were honoured, with Abudalla Mahmood receiving the Genius of the Year award and Mohammed Faisal Abdulrauf winning Student of the Year. Pakistan Embassy community welfare counsellor Maqsood Qadir Shah was chief guest and distributed the awards, while school academic committee member Dr Farooq Chaudhry was guest of honour.


Sources: www.gulf-daily-news.com/source/XXXVI/213/pdf/page14.pdf

Top of the class!

Posted on July 2, 2013 at 10:27 AM Comments comments (1)

STUDENTS of Pakistan Urdu School achieved 100 per cent pass rate in their secondary school exams.


The exams were conducted by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in Pakistan.


A total of 137 sat the exams, and girls achieved 100pc pass rate in science and 83pc in art, while boys got 94pc in science and 77pc in art. Ain-ul-Yaqeen Munir Malik scored highest marks for the year.


Other high-achieving students were Aysha Amran Samad, Zainab Noureen Mujahid, Ebrahim Mohammad Shabbir, Jawad Inayat Mohammed, Zohaib Afzal Mohammad Afzal, Maryam Siddiqa, Rabia Iftikhar, Rimsha Javed, Fatima Abbas, Hassan Asif, Kashif Mehmood and Mohammed Tayyab.


School principal Shaista Akhtar was pleased with the results and vice-principal Syed Khalid Bukhari congratulated students, staff members and parents for their efforts.


Source: Gulf Daily News

 


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