Saturday, 31 January 2015

SpongeBob Atlantis SquareOff

SpongeBob Atlantis SquareOff brings the fun of a turn-based card game to the lush, undersea world of of SpongeBob SquarePants! Our absorbent hero journeys across the ocean floor facing down enemies and collecting cards to build the ultimate deck! Help SpongeBob stop Plankton`s army and free the underwater metropolis from the grip of the maniacal fast-food magnate before he conquers the world!

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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

Funny English Messages (SMSs) !!


I saw your face as you walked by
but then I saw a better guy

When you get this SMS, send it to 1 person u love, 1 u hate, 1 u always think of and 1 u wish to kill. Now, keep guessing why I sent it to u.

When i am not messaging u it does not mean that i have forgotten u, i am just giving u time to MISS ME!!

Sweet candies are nice to eat .. Sweet words are easy to say .. but, sweet ppl are hard to find .. OH MY GOD! how did u find me

Our friendship means a lot 2 me.. U cry i cry.U lauf i lauf .. U jump out of the window ..I look down & then... i lauf again

Today, tommorow and yesterday there will be .. one heart that would always beat for you .. You know Whose??? .. your Own Stupid!!!

The rain makes all things beautiful.. The grass & flowers 2.. If rain makes all things beautiful why doesn't it rain on you?

.....the Heart Beat of my Phone ur Message Tone

Roses are red, violets are blue
Monkeys like you, are kept in Zoo

Kind, intelligent, loving and hot
This describes everything you're not

VERY... Cute, Gorgeous, Genious, Goodlooking, Intellegent, One in Trillions...I think its enuff abt ME,wht abt U....

u r a donkey
d 4 decent .. o 4 outclass .. n 4 nice .. k 4 kind .. e 4 excelent .. y 4 young

Hey friend remember that without stupidity there can be no wisdom .. & without ugliness there can be no beauty .. so the world needs YOU after all!

Life without u is impossible, u r in my breath and blood. i cant stay for a second without u, if u r not there i am dead oye hello i am talking about OXYGEN

If ever in your life U R very sad & lonely & feel that U have lost every thing, I will come, Hold your hand, take U 4 Walk on a Bridge & Show U where 2 jump From !!!...

u r stupid
s 4 super .. t 4 talented .. u 4 unique .. p 4 pesron .. i 4 in .. d 4 demand

I see your face when I am dreaming
That's why I always wake up screaming

Wednesday, 14 January 2015

[Tutorial] How To Prevent Themes From Modifying Icons And Cursors In Windows 7?

Windows 7 allows the users to choose from a variety of themes by using the Themes feature. As we change a theme, the icons and mouse cursors modify accordingly. Some of us don’t like the icons and mouse cursors to modify as we change the theme. We want the icons and cursors of our choice to remain the same even in the new theme. It is possible to prevent themes from modifying icons and cursors in Windows 7. There is an easy way to prevent themes from modifying icons and cursors in Windows 7. Follow these simple steps in order to prevent themes from modifying icons and cursors in Windows 7.

  • Right-click anywhere on the desktop.
  • Select Personalize.
  • Click on “Change desktop icons” on the left-hand side of the window screen. 

  • The Desktop Icon Settings dialog box will appear. Uncheck the box for “Allow themes to change desktop icons”.

  • Click on Apply.
  • Click on the Ok button to close this dialog box.  
  • Many people don’t mind if the new theme changes the icons but they prefer the mouse cursors to remain the same. You can follow the same procedure with a few changes to prevent themes from changing the mouse pointers.
Follow steps 1 and 2.

  • Simply click on the “Change mouse pointers” link from the Personalize window.

  • The Mouse Pointers dialog box will appear. Uncheck “Allow themes to change mouse pointers”. 


  • Click on the Apply button.

Click on the OK button to close this dialog box.

[Tutorial] How To Disable Delete Confirmation Dialog Box In Windows 7

The feature of Windows asking you if you really want to put the files in the Recycle Bin whenever you attempt to delete a file is to stop you from deleting a file by mistake or accident. The delete confirmation dialog box appears every time you give the command of deleting a file. However, there are times you are deleting many unnecessary files in order to clean up your hard drive. This delete confirmation dialog box will really bother you at such times and you would want to get rid of it as it takes up a lot of your time while you are deleting numerous files. 

  • There is an easy way to disable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 7. As you disable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 7, you will be able to save a lot of your time. However, it is recommended that you do not disable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 7 unless really necessary. You should turn it back on after you are done with your cleaning up of the computer.

Follow these easy steps to disable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 7.

  • Right-click on the Recycle Bin icon on the desktop.
  • Select Properties from the resulting menu.

  • The Recycle Bin Properties dialog box will appear. Uncheck the Display delete confirmation dialog box at the bottom.


  • Click on the Apply and then the Ok button. 
  • You have been successful to disable delete confirmation dialog box in Windows 7. The method to turn it on again is very simple too. Just follow the above steps and check the Display delete confirmation dialog box.

[Tutorial] How To Create A Shortcut For Locking The Computer Screen In Windows 7

There are many ways in which you can lock the computer screen. The most popular as well as the fastest way to lock it is to use a keyboard shortcut. The keyboard shortcut used to lock the computer screen is Win+L. A few of us choose to utilize the mouse to lock it. And of course many people like to use both the options. 

There is another method in which we can lock the computer screen. It is to create a shortcut for locking the computer screen in Windows 7. You can create a shortcut for locking the computer screen in Windows 7, XP and Vista too. Follow these steps in order to create a shortcut for locking the computer screen in Windows 7 as well as other editions:

  • Right-click on the desktop where you would like to create the shortcut. 
  • Point to New.
  • Click on Shortcut from the menu.

  • Type in this text in the shortcut textbox. (This text will work for Windows XP as well even though the screen will be different) 
  • rundll32.exe user32.dll, LockWorkStation

  • Click on the Next button.
  • Type in a name for your shortcut.
  • Click on the Finish button.  

You have successfully created a shortcut to lock your workstation. Just click on the shortcut whenever you want to lock the computer screen.  

[Tutorial] How To Allow Users To Run Only Specified Programs In Windows 7

You can allow users to run only specified programs in Windows 7 operating systems. It is up to you if you want your shared computer to allow users to run only specified programs in Windows 7. A shared computer in an office, for example, can be set in the same way if the company does not want the employees to run all types of programs. You can allow the users to run only specified programs in Windows 7 by using the Local Group Policy. However, you cannot do this in the Home editions of Windows 7 as it does not provide the Local Group Policy Editor.

  • Click on the Start button.
  • Type “gpedit.msc” in the search box of the Start menu and press the Enter button on the keyboard.

  • Local Group Policy Editor will open. Scroll down to “User Configuration”, “Administrative Templates” and then “System” on the left hand side of the window pane.
  • On the right hand side of the window, under “Setting”, navigate and double-click on “Run only specified Windows applications”.

  • Select Enabled from the window.
  • Click on “Show” under Options.

  • The Show Contents window pane will appear. Here you can type the applications you want to let the users run.
  • After you are done, click on the OK button.
  • Close the Local Group Policy Editor.

  • After this, if someone attempts to run an app which was not specified by you, he will get this error message.

This feature to allow users to run only specified programs in Windows 7 is the best at preventing the users from accessing applications you don’t want them to use on a particular computer.        

[Tutorial] How To Access Hidden Themes In Windows 7

Windows 7 offers a good assortment of themes to customize the feel as well as the look of your computer. Windows 7 features particular themes which are based on the location and the language you select while you install the Windows 7. You can look for the location-specific theme in the Personalize menu. You just have to right-click at any place upon your computer desktop. You will be able to get the couple of themes according to your location.

  • Other than the location specific themes which you get by default, you can access hidden themes in Windows 7 which are offered to other regions. So the default themes which you get according to your region are not the only themes you can use. It is possible to access hidden themes in Windows 7 very easily in your system. This is what you have to do:
  • Click Start
  • In the search box of the Start menu, type C:\Windows\Globalization\MCT.
  • Click any shown items as search otherwise Hit Enter

    • Your Windows Explorer will show you a window with additional themes. These will be from Great Britain, South Africa, Australia and Canada.

  • You have the option to select the wallpaper only or you can install the whole theme if you want. 

  • You will be able to install the entire brand-new theme by double clicking on the required file.

  • The new theme you add will show under “My Themes” within the “Personalization” pane.

  • You can also download many themes for Windows 7 from different website including the Microsoft official website. But you should first try to customize and access hidden themes in Windows 7 as you might not feel the need to download additional themes from elsewhere after that.

Tuesday, 13 January 2015

[Tutorial] How To Disable Search History Display in Windows 7

  • Windows 7 automatically saves all the recent searches done by the users. Some people are annoyed by this feature as the last three searches become visible under the search box as you start typing in it. If the computer is shared by others, you might not want others to see your past searches. There is a way in which you can disable search history display in Windows 7. However, you cannot disable search history display in Windows 7 Home editions. This is due to the fact that you need to utilize the Group Policy Editor for achieving this goal and it is not available in the Home versions. Follow these steps to disable search history display in Windows 7.

    • Enter gpedit.msc in the search box of the Start menu. Press Enter. This will open the Local Group Policy Editor.

  •  Scroll down to User Configuration \ Administrative Templates \ Windows Components \ Windows Explorer. 
  • Double-click on Turn off display of recent search entries in the Windows Explorer search box on the right hand side of the dialog box.

  • Select Enabled and click on the Apply button.
  • Click on the OK button.
  • Close out of the Group Policy Editor.

  •  From now on, you won't be bothered by the display of recent search history as you start typing into the search box.

Sunday, 11 January 2015

Table Tennis Pro

Table Tennis Pro offers a realistic Ping-Pong simulation. The game follows exactly the rules of table tennis. The responsive bat control gives human and computer players an equal chance to win. Clicking the right mouse button tosses the ball into the air, and a left click bats it toward your opponent. You can play the game in Single-Player, Two-Player, Multiplayer, or Tournament mode. In Single-Player mode, you choose the difficulty level and an opponent from a list of several famous players. The computer opponents are not all aces, so after some time in Practice mode you can beat them. Beginners might find the game challenging, but even casual table-tennis players will like the game.

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Thursday, 8 January 2015

MotoGP 14

More than 100 available riders, all the official manufacturers, all racing classes and 18 tracks in the brand new chapter based on the Official MotoGP™ World Championship. The MotoGP™ season 2014 is about to start and with it, the development of the MotoGP™ Videogame as well. Much news is on its way including lots of technical and social improvements that the new console generation has brought into Milestone. A completely redesigned engine will see its maximum appearance not only on PlayStation®4 but also on the past gen platforms; a new audio engine, new real time lighting effects, graphic details that have never seen before on a two wheeled game and, finally, with a richer and evolved Multiplayer experience.


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PES 2015: Pro Evolution Soccer 2015

By looking at key facets of modern football, the PES Productions Team has completely reworked how the game performs key sections. The shooting and goal-keeping mechanics benefit from a new system that allows precise aim and control over a shot’s power and also unlimited shot styles. Similarly, the ‘ keepers intuitively close angles and are capable of an amazing number of ways to react to any situation. Passing and the final ball to the front line has also been expanded, allowing for little knock-ons and powerful daisy-cutter passes that use new physics routines to ensure the ball realistically behaves as it would. Close control also steps up a gear, with the player governing both the positioning of a player, but with greater options of how to dribble into space or beat your marker.


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Wednesday, 7 January 2015

PhotoFiltre Studio X v10.9.1

Most computer users find Adobe's Photoshop quite difficult to use and although it can help them achieve impressive results, many of them simply avoid using it. A good replacement could be PhotoFiltre Studio X, a software dedicated to the same goals, namely improving the quality of your photos and providing a powerful solution for picture retouching. The interface of the application is a complex one, with tools and buttons everywhere you look, so you might need some time to get used to it. The standard editing features you would expect are included, as well as an impressive collection of effects, masks and adjustments. Of course, PhotoFiltre Studio X can help you a lot not only if you intend to do simple things such as resizing, cropping or adding transparency. The utility is also quite handy if you dream about more complex tasks such as color adjusting, applying effects or working with layers. During out test we noticed that PhotoFiltre Studio X actually works very smoothly and the amount of hardware resources it needs is not as high as one would expect, even when working with multiple photos at the same time. All in all, if you looking for a powerful image editing software that comes with loads of extra functions and extras, PhotoFiltre Studio X deserves a closer look because it just might be the right tool.

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Review Of Saint Bonaventure High School Qasimabad [Sindh Board And Agha Khan Board]

Disclaimer: This review describes experience faced by me, the teachers described here might be changed but till date (7-Jan-2015) they are in School. Students would be definitely changed but still few are included in review. All pictures posted here are taken by me and are copied from internet. These pictures are whether public or shared many times on social media hence could be considered as public, no privacy exposure is done here. It might be updated if any change is informed to me. Any info from ex or current students is welcomed too.

This School have two educational boards, namely "Sindh Textbook Board" and "Agha Khan University Educational Board". I have spent 1 year in Sindh Textbook Board and 2 years on Agha Khan Board, it isn't much but is enough for me to write a review.

It was an High School but Agha Khan University extended an offer for affiliation in 2007 for curricular material to be introduced to enable the school to attain the status of a college. In simple words, you can study till 10th class in Sindh board and in Agha khan you can go till 12th class. Have a look at this image to understand outer structure of building:

1. Entrance of school, according to image, sides are wall and on right side there is a notice board and a window from you can get diary (of crap quality). It is students (From Sindh Board only) work to write on diary that in what subjects what they have done for today and dairy is supposed to be checked by parents. I was able to write anything random and it was checked by English teacher Javed without reading it. You can get Fee challan from there too.

2. Here a canteen that sales very few stuff, here's list:

 - Chips of cheap quality of rupees 2
 - Vegetable Patees & Chicken Patees
 - Roll and a Roti Roll
 - Rs. 15 juice of two flavors (mixed and mango), random flavor on random day. These are of Pakistani companies like Shezan. You won't get branded Nestle here.
 - Samosa
 - French Fries potato chips (without even skin removed)
Sorry if I forgot something but thats all. Occasionally I found thread like stuff in that chips. Once a guy found house fly on samosa. Just wanted to tell you that you will get this crappy junk food of low quality. Initially it gets so much crowded and you will get a lot of jerks, pupil will walk over your feet and blah blah.. In end, many times, canteen ran out of some fried stuff.

Girls canteen is approximately point 7, its also so much  crowded with same stuff being sold. Another canteen is found just left side near where point 10 line passes over. Same stuff being sold.

3. There is a toilet that is always full of shit and terrible smell. I never found it clean in 3 years. When it rains, many drops come inside on you.  This toilet have lock from outside as well as inside. Many times idiot students will lock you in which is very stupid act in my opinion. Inside doesn't locks very well, you can still see out side from around 1 cm gap between door and wall. It have 2 toilet rooms however I still see guys peeing outside. Outside there are 3 partitioned areas with just small holes covering sewer. There are chances of making your self dirty so I never did that. Toilet offers NO soap just water only. Also note that many students come out during break and two toilet rooms aren't enought for boys.

I don't know about girls toilet but it shouldn't be different.

4. Another extremely small canteen with size of a ceiling fan with one guy selling, previous one described have 2 guys.

5. Boys area for break time

6. Girls area for break time, middle area is watched by prefects so no boys enter there. Male kids pass  break time there. Anyone from Agha khan board (including males) can go to girls section with no problems, in fact its their daily way to go inside their classes.

7. Sindh board office for admissions and other works.

8. Down there is a stage, used for occasions and for rehearsal.

9. Up there is Library of Sindh board, more higher there is Agha khan board library and office.

10. Nothing special, its just a parking area.

Lets describe Sindh Board and Agha Khan Board teachers here:

Sindh Board Teachers:

I will review them with alphabetical order of subjects they teach:

Computer: Named as Aslam. He was tharki (flirty) one. If you look at his Facebook profile he will comment/like picture of girls only even she is his student (i.e. small aged compared to him). He do fake likes and comments on his profiles using sites for like exchange or fake likes. Now here's proof:
Look at likes, they are more than 700. Do you think its possible according to picture he posted?

When you check who have liked that image, all gets cleared that these are fake likes by some users that probably he don't know. And some have names that I can't even read:

One day he was teaching how to make a program in Visual Basic to Zoom in/out a picture. After successfully creating, the program wasn't able to zoom in/out. It only reduced width and height. On Zoom it made image smaller. Zoom out only worked when you zoom in first and rather zooming out, it restored reduced height and width. All dumb students said nothing however I said him that it is neither zoom in nor zoom out and he didn't replied me. One another try he didn't replied so I didn't said anything because all noob classmates didn't mind what he taught. There are more incidents that will prove him bad teacher but I don't want to make it too long. He later moved as a teacher to Agha Khan board section, review for that in next section. 

This video (credits to me) shows that everyone is shouting, making fun and Aslam is playing songs in Resource Lab, what a great use of that speakers and screen. My hands are shaking in video as hell as I am surrounded by many students and teacher. Pardon me for that.

English: His name was "Javed". Most racist/discriminator teacher I have EVER seen. He slapped me first time in school and this was my only slap on my face in that School. Now you can judge if no other teacher slapped me on my face in 3 years then whose fault is it?
I don't know myself what he taught me in English, I had very bad skills in writing/talking English but it was latter improved by next teacher I got (will describe later in AKU board section). Javed only favored girls mostly. He doesn't encouraged weak students rather demolishes them by giving no attention. His most favored girls was his class monitors that he made.

Islamiyat: Her name was Yasmeen. She was so strict in religious matter. When she enters class, everyone was supposed to put your hands up like you are wishing something and she recited some religious stuff. She forced girls to put scarf during her period and if you don't have, she will either punish you or a warning for initial times. As a boy if you do something to girl during her period, you can self predict what will happen next lol.

Maths: Two teachers in one year. One whose name was Mushtaq was changed to other section and we got another teacher named Irfan. First one was an asshole seriously. He was more like an animal. One day, he was checking registers, I had all work done. Class monitor named as Fatima Shaikh was standing in front. I went first time to get my register checked and she said its not your turn, second try and same reply by her and again same on third try. After that Mushtaq started to see everyone's register, when he came to see mine and he saw that it isn't checked. He then grabbed me from collar of my shirt and pulled me. From sitting, now I was standing. He thrown away my register causing it to damage its binding and dusty. He is tard and will remain a tard for me + that monitor. Monitor in front of whole class said to English teacher, who appointed him as monitor that she hates boys.
Second one was Irfan, he was a good teacher, religious and polite person. He didn't favored anyone and won't kill you if you don't have completed work like the other one liked to do.

Pakistan Studies: His name was Sultan. He taught his Pakistan Studies more in a Islamic way. He gave us class tests and then told us to check ourselves and then came to see himself. Many students corrected wrong answers and voila! got a "excellent" mark on your paper rofl. I did it once as well :D. He was an ok teacher, not so good and not so bad but was horror character when he punishes/gets angry.

Science: His name was Farzad. He was a good teacher and very lenient. I never saw him hitting someone.  According to me he was good teacher.

His picture (Source: Facebook):

Urdu: Her name was Farah. She taught Urdu good with sometimes rude and polite way. One thing I didn't liked that she favored those students who were every rich. I remember whenever I talked with someone she called my name loudly to make me quit. When I was sitting with a rich student, he was talking with me and I said him to quit or she will freak out, anyway he kept talking with me so I was too and she didn't even bat an eye. It clearly gives evidence of her favoritism.

Agha Khan Board Teachers:


Biology: Her name was Sabina. She taught us biology very good and she flooded us with tests and presentation. For me standing in front was already a headache and that was too much :S Anyway I consider it is a good way to teach but previously she gave one topic too all students, again and again hearing same stuff sucks. But latter she gave differently. She wasn't so strict and good teacher.
Rating: 9/10 

Her picture (Captured by Myself)


Chemistry: We were taught Chemistry by Walters in 9th and by Shazia in 10th. Walters was a good teacher, very lenient and encourager.

Rating: 8/10
Now comes 10th class teacher Shazia. She was an just fine teacher. Sometimes she didn't understand what is written in book and said to search by ourselves or she said tomorrow she will tell us. She just says why are you wearing this stuff, why wearing colored hair band etc. No one stole it from Shazia and any simple worn stuff doesn't disturbs anyone but seems like she likes to tease in this way. She gets mad in very short time & turns into monster and shouts so hell loudly that if she does that for some minutes, she will crack glasses.
Rating: 7/10

Picture Of Shazia (Soruce: Facebook)


Picture Of Walter (Source: Facebook)


Computer: First there was a teacher for very little time so I don't even remember his name. Later Aslam came to AKU board section. All day sitting in air conditioned room and using internet on his computer. I selected biology subject so he didn't taught me but still I can do a review. He was same as he was in Sindh Board - no change. Students said he doesn't teaches us well and we are on our own. According to a guy, on sports day he used abusive language against him (Not 100% sure, I wasn't there). He also favored some students.
Rating: 3/10

Picture Given above.

English: We were taught English by Sir Ameen. His English skills were excellent! His pronunciation, reading, writing, listening, checking, etc was really brilliant. Not only he taught us very well but also encouraged weak students. Whenever any English drama/debate was held between other school, he aimed for confidence build up of students and not to win it. This is why a teacher is in school ^.^. Still I remember that for English debate he selected a good student and a weak student, not only he selected weak one but also helped her writing debate. He also helped good one to write his debate. He gave free printed papers for our own practice (every other teacher will cost you for that).

Rating: 10/10

  His Picture (Source: Facebook)

Islamiyat: Name = Muzafar. He was a good teacher but he sometimes hit you for little things (not so hard). He had control over his subject but he used to write answers on board by copying from notes. In our class boys only rubbed the black board, we wanted girls to do that too but he rejected it, however other teachers agreed. Noob decision.
Rating: 7/10

Maths: We were taught Maths by Jai Ram. He was good teacher, no complaints.
Ratings: 9/10

His Picture (Source: Facebook):

Pakistan Studies: His name was Noor Muhammad. He didn't taught well, his skills wasn't good. He used to make fun of others. Like "I saw you selling potatoes".. "Your are mosquito" .. "You are over population" .. etc. His one worst habit was that he used to write question on board and says "I write, you write". If you don't, he will make you stand for no valid reason. He favored students too
Rating: 6/10
Picture (Source: Facebook)

Urdu: We were taught Urdu by Farah in 9th and by Ayesha in 10th. Farah was a good teacher but strict one.
Ayesha was old type, old thinking, old aged.Wasn't a good teacher, she didn't always checked all home works and used to taunt students. I was her victim too so I would say she is a stupid teacher.
Rating: 5/10

Picture (Source: Facebook)

Administration Of Sindh Board:

 It is administrated by Roman Catholic Diocese of Hyderabad. In simple, many christian people as head. One woman in administration named "Naushad", a corrupt one. She charged 5000 PKR saying that my admission is late. But at my first day, before going to class, I was waiting in a room with few others. A parent of another guy said did that took any extra money from me? Yes, I replied. They are very "harami", he said. Asking this question clearly tell us that others were charged too. Before admission, she said that I am joining this school because of girls. Judging other person doesn't describes them, it describes the one who judges. Another issue for me that I had to face some asshole prefects.

Students were divided into four houses or say groups named as follows:
Though, I never understood whats the meaning of doing this. Perhaps to increase competition between students.

Administration Of Agha Khan Board:


Many Noobs. BIGGEST one is Sameul who is vice principal of school, I included him here because he is bitching most of his time in AKU section. Maybe because another stupid female admin (Joanne) is there who is christian as him and comes in Western cloths? Sameul was very f***ing tard. He put a rubber band in my hair in front of other mates because of my long hairs without first giving me any warning. He was all rubbish mudafaka who talks in actions rather than speaking from mouth. Other admins named Joanne, Jahanzaib (brother of Naushad The Corrupt), Rehana. And one more a teacher than administrator, Ayesha Urdu teacher - old.
One issue for me is that they gave around 15 days less holidays as compared to Sindh Board. Classes start earlier and ends more late as compared to Sindh Board daily timing.
They didn't made any prefects as they have less students and their corridor wasn't long. But lower classes (not from metric) had prefects that were from Sindh Board.

Picture of Jahanzaib (Source Facebook)

Picture Of Sameul, (Source: Facebook)

 Class Rooms Of Sindh Board And Aga Khan Board


Class Rooms of Sindh board was simple with Black Board (black wall in reality), cupboard cement and wooden doors. Some windows, and some charts on walls. Charis were designed for two students, so you have to sit with someone else. Don't get happy, boys sit on separate one side of class and girls on other, so what you are thinking isn't possible. In fact it is disturbing to sit like that. Chairs had front panel for putting books that was appended to chair. Class rooms had 4 ceiling fans, the one who sites on extreme left, right sides or corners, don't get proper air and it feels hot.

Class Rooms of AKU had black board that is actually a wall that is painted black. Had same windows, four ceiling fans and charts on wall. Chairs were different, designed for single person. Front desks had chamber in it to store books in it and secure it with a lock.

Boys And Girls:


All classes of AKU was coeducation but some sections of Sindh board wasn't. Interaction between both boys and girls was too damn high. Students go dating, try to talk alone in wash rooms and make relationships, breakups too lol. I also fell in love with a class mate and I am keep thinking of her day and night even today and she had came 7-8 times in sleep dreams! Unfortunately, I failed on making her friend but memories aren't going. There is just too much that time can not erase. May god bless her. It affects studies so much during class too, you will keep concentrate on them and try to look at them. It might not affect you the same way, this depends upon you. You can talk, make friendship and hand shake with girls, this is what I saw in AKU board and little bit less in Sindh Board. However, you should proceed with caution in Islamiyat period :D.
I do believe that coeducation provides better environment and creates more competition.

 AKU (Physics + Biology + Chemistry Lab)


All labs were fine. Physics lab didn't had any burners for experiments. Rest labs were just fine. Large enough.However  labs didn't had enough instruments so that individual student (around 30) could perform same experiments. Hence always groups were made. Teachers helped to cheat you in Annual practicals. It was astonishing to see because who used to scare you, are now helping you by themselves. I heard that if student gets good marks in their respective subjects, teacher was rewarded. Not sure though.

Picture of Biology lab captured by me, blacked out one girl because I promised that I won't share her pic with anyone. On sides and back there are tables.

 Extra Curricular Activities

Following are the extra-curricular activities that are organized annually:
  • Drama
  • Sport Day
  • Award Day
  • Independence Day celebration
  • Eid Milad-un-Nabi
Following are the competitions that are organized annually:
  • Debate (English, Urdu, sindhi)
  • Elocution (English, Urdu, sindhi)
  • Science Exhibition
  • Singing Competition
  • Ramazan Quiz
  • Computer Quiz and exhibition
What you will get if you win? Nothing much but a certificate. Printed on paper, not even hard paper :@. Sometimes trophy that sounds better.

Exams And Tests


There were Bi-Monthly tests in AKU. After each  monthly test, parents teacher meeting was held. During PTM some teachers turn into monsters. After ending the syllabus, a mock exam was taken. In any test no cheating was possible or at least very hard. Occasionally, tests and presentations were taken too. Annual Exams were also taken in same school and again no possibilities of cheating.

Sindh Board:

There were examinations after completion of some course. No parents teacher meetings. Final term instead of mock. I never attempted board examinations in this board but what I heard that there is a lot of cheating. Less home work loads as contrary to AKU.


For Sindh Board I think I shouldn't give an explanation, all books of Sindh Text Book Board  for Metric level. For lower classes only Science and English books are from Oxford.
In AKU Board. All books except English And Urdu are from Punjab Board. English is from Oxford but it is often less used in study, only for reading purpose. Urdu book is from their own AKU board. Much difficult words are used, book contains only topics without any exercise, read topic and now you are on your own beside some class practice.
AKU Board syllabus might be hard for some fellows, but it is better in my opinion.

Miscellaneous Pictures

During maths period in Agha Khan section, 10th class. Notice blackboard and tables, same as described above. (Captured by me)

Taken by me from Chemistry Lab window

Some pics from Chemistry Lab destruction by me in Science Exhibition lol.

 A little girl almost cried when I ruined her chart hehehe. I also colored some areas of notebook of teacher and few drops on a guy's shirt! Muhahaha that monstrous feel when no one can do anything. (All captured by me)

 Here is my previous class room (9th - AKU). Source of light=SUN!!, board=WALL!!

 (Source: me)

Here is library of AKU (Source: me)

A image from outside of my 9th class. taken by me:

(morning during exams of Sindh Board)

Another in early morning(winter):

(Source: Me)

Another in early morning. showing parking area mostly of staff (Source: Me)

Corridor, outside from my 9th class, looks good with flowers and plants.(Source: me)

First time captured by me! The assembly. That shade is only there for a occasion.

Going on trip to Pizza Hut on foot and in uniform! What a great combination and a trip where you pay yourself for what you eat! P.S: I wasn't there. (Source: Facebook)

There might be more pictures but for a review these are enough. Also I had lost some too. I think these might be enough to tell you how school looks like or at least give you an idea.

AKU vs Sindh Board - Final Comparison:



Green tick just shows what is better and it doesn't tells absence and presence. According to me, AKU Board is better than Sindh Board. And yeah, I forgot one point. Sindh Boards fees is far less than AKU Board. Monthly fees of Sindh Board is One Thousand and some rupees, on the other hand for AKU it is Three Thousand and some rupees. For higher classes 11 and 12 it touches the mark of Five Thousand. examination and admission is separate. Examination is approx. 17000, admission is also around the same mark. I couldn't remember for Sindh Board, but for sure it is very less.

My Final Thoughts And Suggestion

In my all above words and thoughts, I conclude that AKU Board is better than Sindh Board but more difficult. However I can understand that for some people, it might be expensive. If you insist taking admission in this school, AKU Board is better but I highly recommend that you should NOT take admission in it. Find another school nearby, this is neither a good school nor college.

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