In today’s digital age, the field of information technology holds immense potential for youth seeking a prosperous future. As the demand for skilled professionals in this domain continues to rise, we have established a cutting-edge computer lab at our institution. This lab, equipped with 26 computers, ensures that every student receives individualized learning. With a forward-looking curriculum, we prepare students to navigate the challenges of the digital world. Our lab’s dedicated file server enhances record management, while high-speed fiber internet access empowers seamless learning experiences. This investment underscores our commitment to equipping students for a tech-driven future.
Our dynamic computer curriculum comprises three core elements:
Starting from grade 1, students master touch typing and essential computer operations. By grades 4 and 5, they explore animation, web design, and software packages like Microsoft Office. Our curriculum integrates STEM applications, blending concepts like electric circuits and basic model construction for practical learning.
As students progress to grade 6 and beyond, they engage with advanced robot construction using Lego EV3 kits. They also delve into complex animations, web and game design, and gain proficiency in software such as Photoshop. In August 2021, Adobe Premiere Pro was introduced to the curriculum. Through this evolving curriculum, we empower students with cutting-edge skills to thrive in the digital realm.
In Pakistan, C++ computer coding typically begins at the intermediate level (grade 11 and above). However, we’ve discovered our students excel in this area starting from grade 8. Our specialized curriculum for grades 8 to 10 covers what is known as Intermediate Computer Science in Pakistan.
We’re also exploring advanced 3D animation, slated to launch in grade 9. Remarkably, Rukhsana Foundation Welfare Finishing School is the only institution in Pakistan offering these comprehensive teachings from grades 4 to 8. As we started expanding in 2021, our commitment to elevating students’ education remained steadfast.