Executive Director’s Message

Our vision is to make Ala-ud-Din Academy, an academic institution that can make a positive difference at the communal and national level. We strive to achieve this vision through educating students who can be a catalyst of constructive change at national, regional and global level.

We believe that educating girls can bring about innovative changes, not only in their families but also in communities that in turn can help in building a society with solid moral, social and cultural values.

We are making every effort to develop critical thinkers, problems solvers and literate individuals; who can integrate learning and apply it to different situations. We also want our students to be able to access, analyze and evaluate information using diverse resources. We try hard for our students to become effective communicators, who can express through themselves effectively with spoken and written words; become good listeners with understanding and empathy.

The school is striving to develop students into self directed and productive learners; who believe in personal excellence through continuous growth and life long learning. We do our best to instill the values of a responsible citizen in our students, by having a clear sense of right and wrong, practice honesty and integrity, show respect and tolerance for the views / values of others; contribute their time, energy and talent to improve the quality of life in our families, schools, communities, nation and world.

Ala-ud-Din Academy is committed to its vision, mission and core values. We ask for your cooperation, support and commitment, so that together we can achieve high standards. Our students can be the future role models and leaders of the society and we can be the proud members of this Institution and Community who helped students to become such valuable individuals.

Zareen Niazi
Executive Director
Ala-ud-Din Academy

“I am Assistant Director (Technical) in the Planning and Development Dept. of Government of Punjab. I graduated with BSc. Civil Engineering and am currently doing MS Engineering in Hydraulics and Irrigation. I will be enrolled in the PhD program next year. I have a passion for writing and recently published my first book, ‘Phir Hua Younh’. I also dedicate my time to social causes involving animals and birds. ZSSP has not only been a source of great pride for me but also a tremendous motivation. In addition to the financial aid, it also made me realize my true potential. It helped me comprehend that a girl too can be a productive member of our society and a pillar of support for her family. Thank you ALDA and thank you ZSSP!”
_Asifa Khatoon, ALDA Scholar 2009
One of the best moments of my life was when I qualified for ZSSP. I have always been passionate about my education and dreamt big dreams. The day I received ZSSP, I wept tears of joy for I could see my dreams turning into reality! ZSSP helped me become a pharmacist. After graduation, I worked at Abbott Industries for a few years and now I own and manage my pharmacy. I will soon be joining University of Skoomyang, South Korea for MS pharmacy. As an ardent believer in the power of quality education, I plan on building schools in remote areas of Pakistan. I have purchased a piece of land in my village to build the first school. On my return from South Korea, I will focus all my energies to bring this project to life.
_Shahana Saleem, ALDA Scholar 2008
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