No one can lay claim to an education worth the name unless it leaves him with a sound habit of reading for pleasure. Library and Documentation Centre is central to the School life, and it is a place for conducting research-work, collecting information and updating
one’s existing knowledge. It feeds the hearts as well as the minds of our young students. In addition to the growing number of books, it has internet facility to support latest instant research.
We give our students an awareness of the fact that mastery of a library facility is an essential skill in life.
Every student is scheduled to go on a field trip at least twice a year. These field trips are important not only for their academics and intellectual value, but also because they provides the students with a means of recreation.
SST Public School hosted its first ever IT Webinar on October 24, 2020, in which Agha Khan Karachi Higher Secondary School (morning shift), Agha Khan Higher Secondary School (evening shift), Nawab Shah Bakhtawar Cadet College, Main Campus Hayat Girls College, Mirpurkhas Bahria Foundation Hyderabad and International Islamic University School participated. It was the first online event held at our school in which, due to Covid-19, other institutions were invited to engage in online collaboration. Every year, SST Public School organizes an IT exhibition to provide a digital forum for schools, colleges and universities in the region to showcase their presentations and models based on IT.
The various activities called Digital Art Competition, Online Presentations, and Online Quiz were performed, and school was grateful to all participants particularly the two International Guest Speakers, Tracey Rowley, IT Carrier USA, and Chrys Santhe Sotirious, who spared their time for this event. The participating schools gave presentations that were judged by online voting by the mentor of each school.
Agha Khan Higher Secondary School was ranked 1st, Bakhtawar Cadet College secured 2nd position and Hayat Girls College grabbed 3rd in online presentations. Bakhtawar Cadet College Nawabshah won 1st place in the digital art competition whereas Hayat Fatima Campus and Bahria College Mirpurkhas were the runners up. Agha Khan Higher Secondary took 1st place in the Quiz Competition, Bakhtawar Cadet College took 2nd position, and Hayat Fatima Campus won 3rd position. The event was a delightful balance of cooperation and rivalry between the schools and colleges of the region. Though school organized an online event like this for the very first time in which students enthusiastically participated and their efforts were commendable, it demonstrated Pakistan’s bright future. SST Public School provided them with a forum to explain, communicate, and compete in a healthy way in order to coordinate with other schools and guest speakers who shared their experiences.
SST Public School Rashidabad facilitated Pakistan Navy Recruitment group on 24th of September, 2020 for a career counseling sessionfor XII and XIII graders. Lieutenant Commander Kamran Ali from Pakistan Navy Recruitment and Selection Center Hyderabad conveyed a stimulating introduction for the understudies covering all themes going from the base necessities to qualification standards and sets of responsibilities.
The introduction covered Pakistan Navy’s nuts and bolts with an emphasis on its significance in exchange for ocean assistance, common force assistance, search and rescue operations, and fringe assurance. During the meeting, the vital significance of Pakistan’s coastline was also discussed with specific regard to China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC).
Finally, the qualification basis for cadets and mariners was discussed, including the subject specifications for the various sections of the Pakistan Navy. Similarly, the enlistment and authorization strategy was also talked about with an emphasis on various occupations and instructive open doors within the Navy. With the intention that they could design and implement in the same way, the entire selection procedure was also elaborated to the attendees. It was a fruitful session where many of students’ questions were satisfactorily answered.