POSTED: September 12, 2019 BY: Nadia Javed | Staff Correspondent TBT | Beaconhouse Johar Town A Level Campus
Lahore: Beaconhouse Johar Town A Level Campus (BJTALC) hosted an orientation session for the batch of 2021 on August 31, 2019. School Head Ms. Aisha Khalid provided an overview of BJTALC’s achievements and milestones. Senior Master Mr. Abdul Rehman Bukhari and Academic Coordinator Ms. Muneeba discussed the rules and regulations and academic practices. ACE Coordinator Ms. Nadia Javaid shared the variety of extra and co-curricular opportunities at BJTALC .Finally, the career advisors imparted their roles in helping Beaconites attain top university placements both nationally and internationally. The Music Club prepared a melodious display to entertain the audience. The ceremony ended with meet and greet with faculty over refreshments. Overall, the ceremony proved to be a huge success. The parents were really appreciative of the schools efforts in providing a holistic education to the youth.
Lahore: Beaconhouse Johar Town A Level Campus (BJTALC) hosted an orientation...
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