Posted on September 3, 2006
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10 responses to “A High School with Just One Student”

  1. madni gadola says:

    when we will be able to compete others

  2. fatima aqeel says:

    i have been searching for way to express my self. there are many problems of college going students like the four year degree program for graguation is giving rise to over crowded institutes. one of the well known and reputed institude of the big city lahore is lahore college for women university, lahore that is neither providing exparienced professors to their management sciences students nor a good professional enviroment, not even a proper place to sit. bba ( hons) studens are sitting in backyard of it department along with an electricity generator,classes are going on in masjid no namaz facility is there,classes are even going on at play ground between all rhe noise sand disturbance.the student’s potential and efficiency is declining day by day. even a broad descending difference can be seen in their results. some immediate measure is required to be taken.

  3. Zia Nadeen jhulan says:

    miain yeh kehna chahoom ga keh tarip bashir aik chore hai iska muqsud sirf mulk ko khana hai .
    is school ke teacher nikamme hain

  4. […] Back in September Raza Rumi wrote here at ATP about a High School with only one student. Now reader Akif Nizam sends me this news item about, what he calls, the “Pakistani college with the best student to teacher ratio.” According to Dawn: The Senate Standing Committee on Education and Science and Technology on Wednesday expressed concern over the teachers-students ratio at the Government College of Education for Women, Hussainabad. During their visit to the college, the committee members under the leadership of Senator Razina Alam Khan were told that the number of students had declined at the college due to long standing ban on appointment of teachers. According to a handout, the committee took serious note when it was told that the number of students was 52 and the college has a 25-member faculty. […]

  5. Hashim Mandokhel says:

    I am glad there is at least a school. How do get students in that school now?