About Us

We are “An institute with a mission to provide quality education to the underprivileged children”

Amir Public school was established in 1980 in a rural area of Pakistani city Gujranwala. There are 334 students studying in the School at present.

In Nov-2008, An Organization was formed under the name of Naya Ujalla(new light). We launched an enhanced program, through which we decided to give more relief to the low income families of the area by providing them Uniforms, Syllabus and stationary items FREE OF COST. Under this program an English Medium syllabus was introduced. A well-qualified staff hiring is also completed.

APS was upgraded from 4 class rooms primary school to 12 class rooms middle school with a goal to extend to the high school in near future.

At APS we are targeting the following prime issues within this area.

Child labor: It has never been an easy task to tackle one of the cruel issue like Child Labour. In APS We want to ensure that we take off all burdens from the parents in regard to their children’s education expenses by providing them quality education and facilities free.

Gender Inequality: In Pakistan girls do not often have the privilege to attend school as they don’t have equal opportunities. Due to the striking gender disparity in schooling in Pakistan, The figure is worse in rural areas, where just 33% women has ever attended school.

We had a strong emphasis on Women education throughout and today We are delighted to announce that our 2015/16 Enrolments reflect more than 50% girls enrolment.


APS Goals

Short term goals:-All of the following Short Term Goals Met

  1. Free Books and Stationary and Uniforms.
  2. Computer LAB setup.
  3. Playing area.
  4. Regular Educational Trips.
  5. Staff Hiring completion.
  6. School building enhancements.
  7. Medical checkups.
  8. Middle school extension.

Long Term Objectives:-

  1. High School establishment.
  2. School Library and new office setup.
  3. Regular Teacher’s training.
  4. Classes upgrade from secondary to high School.