Tuesday, August 13, 2013
Wednesday, October 10, 2012
Sunday, March 29, 2009
Saturday, January 3, 2009
M. Shahjahan Bhatti
Inside Imam Gate,
Ph. # 03219604217.
Education isn’t how much you have committed to memory, or even how much you know. It’s being able to differentiate between what you know and what you don’t----------Anatoly
1- Studied Biology and Chemistry up to B.Sc. level at Degree College Dera Ismail Khan.(1968-1971)
2- Studied English and Philosophy at
3- Studied Linguistics, Phonetics and English Literature at
1- Remained senior staff member of Saint Helen’s School for five years, teaching English, Biology, Chemistry and General Knowledge (1980 - 1985).
2- Worked as a teacher of Science subjects at
3- Served Sacred Hall
■ Excellent communication skills in English and Urdu.
■ Acquiring language proficiency in Persian and Arabic.
Areas of Expertise
● English Language and Literature
● Computer Literacy
● Biology and Chemistry
● Social Studies and General Knowledge
● Classroom psychology
That mature and constructive teaching approach and effective working relationship between staff, students and parents are crucial to responsive student attitudes. Successful learning environment, addressing the needs of students and following the rules and regulations of school leads to quality education which is a thought-provoking desire of our community.
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
On October 11 2008 Higher Education Commission and Agricultural Faculty of Gomal University arranged one day workshop on integrated soil and water resource management. SDAWP participated in it. and emphasized on the use of technology to achieve the aim. 50% silt, 50% sand and 20% clay is ideal composition of soil. Heavy machinery can create this composition. Modification of existing design of CRBC along NWFP can help improve yield per acre.
One Day Workshop on Integrated Siol and Water in Gomal University on
One Day Workshop on Integrated Soil and Water Resource Management in CRBC Command Area at Gomal University was held on October 11 2008. Speaking on the issue Chairman SDAWP emphasized on the significance of scientific means to achieve positive results. Heavy earth moving machinery to change the composition of soil to 50% sand, 50% silt and 29%clay and modifying CRBC structure along NWFP will increase yield per acre.