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Overview of Society for Educational Welfare


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A brief over view of society for educational welfare, its working, services provided in Pakistan. Education is the primary area of concern along with that we also work on skill development, vocational …

A brief over view of society for educational welfare, its working, services provided in Pakistan. Education is the primary area of concern along with that we also work on skill development, vocational training, community awareness, social service programs and much more. For more details visit

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  • 1. LETS KINDLE THE LIGHT OF KNOWLEDGE “Carving a Nation’s Future Through Education”
  • 2. Importance of Education in the Eyes of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah “Without education it is complete darkness and with education it is light. Education is a matter of life and death to our nation. The world is moving so fast that if you do not educate yourselves you will be not only completely left behind, but will be finished up.”
  • 3. In Pakistan, the state of education is a sad story
  • 4.  Only a quarter of a million get education Out of 173 million Pakistanis, 58% of adults (15 and above) are illiterate. 3 out of every 10 children aged 5-9 years in Pakistan do not go to school.
  • 5. Literacy Rate in Pakistan (Ministry of Education) Total: 58% Male 69% Female 45% Net Primary School Attendance in Pakistan Male Female 68% 72% Net Secondary School Attendance in Pakistan Male Female 23% 18%
  • 6. Public Expenditure on Education (as %) of GDP 3 2.50 2.472.5 2.24 2.10 2.05 21.5 Percentage 10.5 0 2005-06 2006-07 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 Source: Ministry of EducationApproximately, every year 36mn children never see inside of the School in Pakistan
  • 7. From those who do get education, this is what our current system makes them.
  • 8. The Question is....
  • 9. Are They Born To Work?Do they have no right of their Rights?
  • 10. Their Best Chance of Happiness is Education
  • 11. A Beacon….. In1996 a non-sectarian, non-profitable organizationworking under the supervision of an autonomous body of dedicated and educated women emerged. Feeling theresponsibility to answer these questions, a organization was formed by the name of “SOCEITY FOR EDUCATIONAL WELFARE” SEW is an educational welfare organization, registered under societies act of 1860.
  • 12. Our Mission“To Promote Education and to Induct Islamic Values for theBetterment of Individuals and to Flourish Healthy Society”
  • 13. Aims & Objectives The academicQuality education Nurture standards within limited of the unprivileged children of nation resources irrespective of religion, cast, creed and race. The mental, physical, spiritual and practical Provide capabilities Raise
  • 14. Education System: Effectiveness with Efficiency• In order to reduce drop outs, Baithak School system concludes 7 years education in 5 years, with no compromise on standard. – Year 1: KG I – Year 2: KG II – Year 3: Class I & II – Year 4: Class III & IV – Year 5: Class V
  • 15. Centralized Education SystemThe entire system of Baithak schools is directed bystrict centralized planning and control of theeducational system, to ensure: 1. Maintenance of Standard of Education 2. Monitoring and Controlling 3. Uniformed curriculum 4. Facilitation of teachers 5. Cost effectiveness
  • 16. SEW at a Glance!Country wide No. of Baithak Schools: 134Countrywide No. of enrolled Students: 13,618Total No. of Teachers: 718Average No. of Students per School: 100Minimum Age of Students for KG 1: 4-15 yrsMale to Female Student Ratio: 1:4Teacher to Students Ratio: 1:25No. of Industrial Home: 15No. of Adult Education Centers: 09
  • 17. SEW Baithak Schools160 134 128140 120 110120 103100 8580 57604020 0 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009* Schools
  • 18. Our Students; a Proud Breed16000 13124 1361814000 1223612000 990010000 88158000 595560004000 28632000 0 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009
  • 19. Our Teachers; The Builders of Future Generation700 718600 560500 470400 366300 273200 178 97100 0 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009
  • 20. Managing Committee President Vice- President General Secretary Director Director DirectorDirector Director Fund Raising Publicity & Admin & R&D School Committee Promotion Coordination Regional Directors Regional EducationSMB Coordination Officer
  • 21. City No Of SchoolsKarachi 65Hyderabad 04 Our National PresencesNawabshah 01Moro 01Sakhar 03Lahore 15Faisalabad 04Jarawala 02Gujrawala 05Multan 04Islamabad 04Rawalpindi 06Sawat 08Nowshera 04Peshawar 03Manshera 01Khuzdar 02Kala Bagh 01D.G.Khan 01 Total 134
  • 22. Pie Chart of Total Expenses Administration Expenses, 7% School Operational Expenses, 93%
  • 23. OUR STRENGTHManaging Committee: 13 members Director of Departments: 5 Employees: Male Staff: 13 Female Staff: 6 Regional In-Charges: 20 Volunteers: 80
  • 24. OUR SERVICES1. Formal and Informal Education System2. Health and Hygiene Program3. Vocational Training Program4. Training and Capacity Building Program5. Community Awareness Program6. Collaborated Community Development Program7. Academic Development Program
  • 25. Academic Development Program Baithak School Network works on syllabus development oncontinuous basis so that the curriculum is updated with essential requirements. All the teaching is backed by comprehensive and suitable syllabus
  • 26. Vocational Training ProgramWe realize the importance of imparting skill to these studentssince most of them have to earn livelihood for their family at some stage. Thus, we teach them different skills like sewing, making arts and crafts, computer training etc so that they can stand on their own feet.
  • 27. Community Awareness ProgramOur aim is to educate adults, provide them the knowledge necessary for the healthy upbringing of their family. We give them an opportunity to learn at this stage, an opportunity which they didn’t have in their childhood.
  • 28. Health & Hygiene ProgramIn order to make students aware of the importance ofhygiene, special measures have been taken. A “Health and Hygiene Series” has been published and proper medical check ups of students are also conducted.
  • 29. Collaborated Community Development Program (CCDP) CCDP works two fold. It makes students belonging to upper class realize how blessed they are and also gives a chance to our school’s students to interact with this community. Thus it serves as a bridge between the two segments.
  • 30. Training and Capacity BuildingIn order to promote quality education, we need tohave well trained teachers who are equipped with all the latest teaching techniques. Thus our aim is toequip the teachers professionally and to groom their personalities
  • 31. Friends with Books Program Our aim is to setup proper libraries in our school in order to promote healthy reading habits. This wouldencourage our children to read more books in order to improve their reading skills and knowledge.
  • 39. Our Outstanding Students Sobia Muneer Student of Baithak School Golra, Islamabad took 1st position in Punjab Board.
  • 40. Our Outstanding StudentsStudents of BaithakSchool, Islamabad won 1st Prize in Inter-school Quiz Competition, organized by the Punjab Board.
  • 41. Pictorial View of Baithak School
  • 42. Baithak School Badi Rismat, Islamabad.
  • 43. Baithak School Karachi.
  • 44. Baithak School Rana Town, Lahore.
  • 45. Baithak School Peshawar.
  • 46. Baithak School Khuzdar, Balochistan.
  • 47. Baithak School Mansehra
  • 48. Baithak School for IDP’s
  • 49. Educate a Child Monthly: Rs.450 Annual: Rs.5400Train a Teacher Monthly: Rs.625 Annual: Rs.7500
  • 50. Extend Your Cooperation By Helping us in our urgent needs....• Head office building Rs. 20,000,000 (Approx.)• Four vehicles Rs. 30,000,000 (Approx.) (Two High roofs and Two 15 seat coasters)• Syllabus books Rs. 1,600,000 (annual)• Construction of a school building Rs. 1,000,000 (Approx.) (Mehran town, Bin Qasim region)• Equipments for the head office Rs. 150,000 (Approx.) (laptops, video camera, sound system, colored printer etc)
  • 51. EDUCATE PAKISTANSTEP FORWARDTAKE CHARGE B-13, Commissioner Society, Abul Hassan, Isphani Road, Gulshan-e-Iqbal Karachi C: (0092-312)-7397251-2 Face book: sewpak W: E: