Academic Structure

Ala-ud-Din Academy Girls High School (ALDA) has four (04) academic sections. In Early Years & Junior Section; A Academic Advisor and Coordinators supervise and manage each Class. In Middle & High Section; A Academic Advisor and a Section Head and a Deputy Section Head supervise and manage each section. These are:

  • Early Years – Nursery, Prep, 1st (3 Classes)
  • Junior Section – 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Classes (4 Classes)
  • Middle Section – 6th, 7th Classes (2 Classes)
  • High Section – 8th, 9th & 10th Classes (3 Classes)
“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