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Azm-e-Nau School & College

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Azm-e-Nau School & College is a school and college for boys and girls in the City of Ellah Abad (Kasur) in Punjab Province of Pakistan.


Azm-e-Nau School & College is a private institution, affiliated with the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Lahore. Considered to be an Urdu Medium School, the bulk of the curriculum is taught in Urdu and English. However, as the national language of Pakistan is Urdu and the country's laws are based on Islamic beliefs, Urdu literature and grammar, Islamic Studies and Arabic are also part of the teaching.


The Azm-e-Nau School & College was set up in 2008 in a two room building. Soon because of exceptional educational results and meritorious scholarships won by the school students, Government of Pakistan and the Federal Ministry of Education honored the school by giving it an "Award for Performance". There are 2000 students enrolled on a campus consisting of 65 rooms and a play ground. The school was upgraded to college level in 2011. [1] The project is managed by Azm-e-Nau School & College.


The curriculum does not change from 5th Grade (5th Class) onward until the SSC (Secondary School Examination)and HSSC (Higher Secondary School Examination) exams are taken and the student has graduated. The curriculum includes Arabic, Art, Biology Theory and Lab, Chemistry Theory and Lab, Computer Science, English Grammar, English Literature, Islamic Studies, Mathematics, Pakistan Studies, Physical Education, Physics Theory and Lab, Social Studies, Urdu Grammar and Urdu Literature.


External links[edit]

^ Khalid Shah. "Azm-e-Nau School & College Ellah Abad". Azm-e-Nau School & College Ellah Abad.azmenau.weebly.com

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