List of Pakistani schools in Kingdom of Bahrain for Job seekers

Pakistani schools in Kingdom of Bahrain is sharing great part in development.

Bahrain (Gulf News Emirates Urdu) Here is the list and complete details of the best Pakistani schools in the Kingdom of Bahrain and its cities for students, teachers and job seekers.

1. Pakistan Urdu School Isa Town, Bahrain

Pakistan Urdu School Isa Town was established in 1956 and is managed by its Board of Trustees. The medium of instruction for all classes is English.

In March 1956, the first Urdu school for students of Indo-Pak origin was established in the Gulf. This school owes its existence to Mr. Ashraf S. Mohammadi, Mrs. Saleha Rahim, Mr. Haji Asghar Ali, Mr. Abdul Rasool Malik, Mr. Syed Akbar Ali, Dr. Mehitap Wala and those from the business and commercial community in Bahrain who have And provided the fund to the school.

The current strength of the school is more than 2000 students and 200 staff members. This institution emphasizes not only academic excellence but also co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The school has a team of dedicated teachers under the supervision of the school management and the able guidance of the Board of Trustees. The school emphasizes academic training and moral upbringing of students.

The school has separate classes for boys and girls. The school caters to the educational needs of all nationalities. We have 64.10% Pakistani nationals, 30.22% Bahraini and 5.68% students from other nationalities (Malaysian, Jordanian, Egyptian, Sri Lankan etc.) All these attributes make Pakistan Urdu School an ideal institution, an institution that offers great education. Committed to the goal. Quality education on a not-for-profit basis and any surplus funds are reinvested in various improvements to the school’s facilities.

Address: P.O.Box 32647, Isa Town, Kingdom of Bahrain.

Phone: 0097317687480

Email: [email protected]


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2. Pakistan School Manama, Bahrain

Pakistan School was founded in July 1968 by a group of enthusiastic Pakistani citizens who felt the need for a separate school to provide education to their children. At the time of its inception, the school was housed in a rented building in Manama and had a student population of 100 with a limited number of teachers who were mainly housewives.

With the gradual increase in the number of students, the need to construct a school building was felt. Focused on providing all modern educational facilities like fully equipped laboratory, a well stocked library, a large playground, spacious classrooms.

At the request of the school committee for an auditorium, the government of Bahrain leased a piece of land in Isa Town for the construction of the school.

H. Dr. Ali M. Fakhro, the then education minister, laid the foundation stone of the school on 10 January 1983. On March 23, 1985, Salman bin Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa inaugurated the building.

The expansion continued and on 25 September 1993, a new block was inaugurated and named “Jinnah Block”. Dr. Ali M. Fakhro On 5th June 1995, Dr. Abdul Qadir Khan inaugurated another block named “Sir Syed Block” to provide opportunities to meet the growing needs of the community.

Address: 6HG8+WPJ, Rd No 1415, Manama, Bahrain

Phone: 0097317275731

Email: [email protected]


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