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About LSE School System

A Lady With A Mission

The founder of LSE School System, Mrs. Maryam Faruqi is a well-known name in the educational circles of Pakistan. Her success can be attributed to her passion for education and the restless desire to utilize her potential for the service of humanity. She was born in India to Sir Ebrahim and Lady Hawabai Ebrahim Haroon Jaffer. Her father tried to create an educational awakening amongst the Muslims and laid the foundation of the Bombay Provincial Muslim Educational Conference which was affiliated to the All India Mohammedan Educational Conference of Aligarh. He also set up a school in Pune which is to date offering excellent education to Muslim girls.

LSE School System Management

Ms. Ghazala Nizami

Mrs. Ghazala Nizami began her career from teaching at HHS Cosy Corner School where she discovered her love for teaching. After professional training in 1972 Mrs. Nizami worked at the St. Joseph’s Convent School. Encouraged to join the HHS, Mrs. Maryam Faruqi, groomed her to take up responsibility. She joined the Happy Home School System, first as a teacher and gradually rose in status, as have some other staff members. Mrs. Nizami is a staunch supporter and enforcer of the holistic education model at HHS which emphasizes that while it is important to acquire theoretical knowledge, it is equally important to be equipped with problem-solving skills and hands-on experiences. She has also developed a very successful reading programme, CLOVER, which aims to instill the love of reading. This is a mandatory 20 minute reading period at the start of the day and as per the parents has, “improved vocabulary, provided fluency in speaking and writing and created the desire to read.” Believing strongly it is only education that can change the status of a family, Mrs. Nizami, supported by the senior management, founded the HHS Fast Track School that operates on a highly subsidised tuition fee, this being an answer to the problem of illiteracy in Pakistan.

Ms. Ghazala Nizami

Ms. Tehmina Khalid, a revered figure in the realm of education, currently holds the esteemed position of Chief Operating Officer at the HHS School System. Drawing from her extensive tenure as the former Director of Academics within the same institution, Ms. Khalid brings forth a wealth of knowledge and experience garnered over 22 years of steadfast dedication to educational progress. Notably, her expertise spans 14 years of specialized focus on Quality Enhancement initiatives, showcasing her unwavering commitment to fostering excellence in learning environments. In her capacity as Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Khalid leads collaborative efforts across all spheres of school operations, including oversight of the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) team at HHS. Central to her role is the facilitation of continuous professional development opportunities for educators, administrators, students, and educational institutions at large. Additionally, she plays a pivotal role in guiding curriculum development and syllabi design to ensure alignment with evolving educational standards. Actively engaged in policy formulation and decision-making processes, Ms. Khalid is steadfast in her mission to position HHS as a pioneering institution in advancing educational quality throughout Pakistan. Amidst the dynamic landscape of global education, Ms. Khalid remains proactive in her endeavors. Notably, she has spearheaded collaborations with AKUIED to establish the MFRC, underscoring her dedication to cultivating relevant and impactful curriculum models. Through her visionary leadership, Ms. Khalid aims to inspire similar advancements in schools across Pakistan, thus contributing significantly to the ongoing enhancement of educational practices nationwide.

Ms. Ghazala Nizami

Mrs. Ghazala Nizami began her career from teaching at HHS Cosy Corner School where she discovered her love for teaching. After professional training in 1972 Mrs. Nizami worked at the St. Joseph’s Convent School. Encouraged to join the HHS, Mrs. Maryam Faruqi, groomed her to take up responsibility. She joined the Happy Home School System, first as a teacher and gradually rose in status, as have some other staff members. Mrs. Nizami is a staunch supporter and enforcer of the holistic education model at HHS which emphasizes that while it is important to acquire theoretical knowledge, it is equally important to be equipped with problem-solving skills and hands-on experiences. She has also developed a very successful reading programme, CLOVER, which aims to instill the love of reading. This is a mandatory 20 minute reading period at the start of the day and as per the parents has, “improved vocabulary, provided fluency in speaking and writing and created the desire to read.” Believing strongly it is only education that can change the status of a family, Mrs. Nizami, supported by the senior management, founded the HHS Fast Track School that operates on a highly subsidised tuition fee, this being an answer to the problem of illiteracy in Pakistan.

Ms. Ghazala Nizami

Ms. Tehmina Khalid, a revered figure in the realm of education, currently holds the esteemed position of Chief Operating Officer at the HHS School System. Drawing from her extensive tenure as the former Director of Academics within the same institution, Ms. Khalid brings forth a wealth of knowledge and experience garnered over 22 years of steadfast dedication to educational progress. Notably, her expertise spans 14 years of specialized focus on Quality Enhancement initiatives, showcasing her unwavering commitment to fostering excellence in learning environments. In her capacity as Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Khalid leads collaborative efforts across all spheres of school operations, including oversight of the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) team at HHS. Central to her role is the facilitation of continuous professional development opportunities for educators, administrators, students, and educational institutions at large. Additionally, she plays a pivotal role in guiding curriculum development and syllabi design to ensure alignment with evolving educational standards. Actively engaged in policy formulation and decision-making processes, Ms. Khalid is steadfast in her mission to position HHS as a pioneering institution in advancing educational quality throughout Pakistan. Amidst the dynamic landscape of global education, Ms. Khalid remains proactive in her endeavors. Notably, she has spearheaded collaborations with AKUIED to establish the MFRC, underscoring her dedication to cultivating relevant and impactful curriculum models. Through her visionary leadership, Ms. Khalid aims to inspire similar advancements in schools across Pakistan, thus contributing significantly to the ongoing enhancement of educational practices nationwide.

Ms. Ghazala Nizami

  1. Gold Medal from the University of Bombay for acquiring First Merit Position- 1945 
  2. Award of Fulbright Hayes Scholarship for Educational Administration and Supervision in the USA in 1960-61 
  3. President’s Award for Literacy- 1987 
  4. Award by Hamdard Naunehal Assembly- 1988 
  5. Pakistan National Unity Award for her success in education by Pakistan National Unity Council 
  6. Award for outstanding services for youth cause by Galaxy of Youth Pakistan- 1997 
  7. Star Woman Award 1998 by Star Girls & Women Foundation 
  8. Prime Minister’s Madar-e-Millat Award- 2003 
  9. Lifetime Achievement Award by KFC- 2007 
  10. Fatimat-uz-Zohra Award ‘For the Struggle She Initiated and her Commitment’ by Working Women Organization (Trust) Pakistan– 2007 
  11. Third Senior Citizen Award by Mera Ghar Welfare Association- 2008 
  12. Life time Achievement Award by the Directorate of Private School Education- 2009 13. Woman Educator of the Year Award by Pakistan Excellence Awards Foundation, Islamabad- 2009 
  13. Life time Achievement Award by the Hamdard Foundation- 2009 
  14. Lifetime Achievement Award by the Board of Intermediate Education Karachi- 2010