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CSR:


Community Work:Free Education:

As a responsible company we are focused on contributing to the society by providing free education to about 500 students at the 2 schools by the name of CETC: Community Education & Training Center which are funded and managed by SHAZIL.
The Company aims to set up more schools and training centers throughout Pakistan to help improve the literacy rate of the country and to improve the life of millions of under privileged.

Location of Schools:

CETC Neelum Colony:

1st Floor, Plot # 136, Street # 7,
Neelum Colony, Clifton Karachi-Pakistan.


Gadap Town:

Hamal Goth, Gadap Road,
District Malir, Karachi-Pakistan


Scope of Education:

The Company intends to enhance the scope of education in the country and the schools managed by our company will focus on a special feature of educating the students on subjects of environment protection and recycling technologies, to make Pakistan an environmental friendly country through educated individuals by making the best use of 3Rs from the knowledge given to them at CETC.

SUPPORT FUND:

We are imparting high level English medium education to 500 students in our schools. Both of our schools are located in areas having a sizeable population of communities other than Muslims and we enjoy the communal harmony in our schools. Almost all the students belong to families living at below poverty levels and are not willing to spend any money or effort on their siblings. We are supporting these schools through our own resources and through our family charity funds, which at many a times does not allow many essential school activities to be organized.

Presently the students of grade 5 and onwards leave the school as their age and physical ability to work at this level is too tempting for their parents to help them in generating extra money. This is the most serious threat we are facing and are looking for different options and offers for these boys and girls to retain them in our schools.

We welcome funds and suggestions including volunteers to continue our regular activities as well as to retain students of class 5 and onwards through stipends, which can compensate their earnings while they join work with family.

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