Setting Out

“Whenever I encountered children around me of varied ages and temperaments, I was touched by the fact, that they all share the same instincts, the same feelings and the same capacities that needed to be utilized. It is very distressing and difficult for me to come to terms with the fact that so many children are deprived of the basic right to a good education and a future worth looking forward to..

 

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Setting Out

“Whenever I encountered children around me of varied ages and temperaments, I was touched by the fact, that they all share the same instincts, the same feelings and the same capacities that needed to be utilized. It is very distressing and difficult for me to come to terms with the fact that so many children are deprived of the basic right to a good education and a future worth looking forward to.

Being born in a remote, under-developed region or to a poor family should not be an excuse for leaving their talents unexplored. These children have an equal right to quality education. Education as good as received by any other child from an affluent family. So they too can value life, have something to hold on to and contribute to the nation’s development. I held on firmly to my dream of actualizing an alma mater that would serve as a stable foundation for hundreds of children, helping them pursue their aspirations. This is how Mianwali Education Trust College was envisioned.”

Mianwali City

Mianwali is a city located on the bank of the River Indus, separating the NWFP from the Punjab. In addition to the mighty Indus, there are four lakes, two Canals and a hydroelectric power plant in Mianwali. The area is extremely rich in mineral wealth: It has Iron ore, salt, coal, gypsum, silica sand, china clay and fine clay.These minerals are transported to industrialized cities. However, the local population has remained poor over the centuries due to..

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Mianwali City

History

Before the British rule, the area formed an integral portion of the Graeco–Bactrian Empire of Kabul and the Punjab. During British rule, the Indian empire was subdivided into provinces, divisions and districts; afterward, the independence of Pakistan divisions remained the third tier of government until 2000. The British had made the town of Mianwali as tehsil headquarters of Bannu District then part of Dera Ismail Khan Division of Punjab province. The population of Mianwali, according to the 1901 census of India, was 3,591.

Mianwali is a city located on the bank of the River Indus, separating the NWFP from the Punjab. In addition to the mighty Indus, there are four lakes, two Canals and a hydroelectric power plant in Mianwali. The area is extremely rich in mineral wealth: It has Iron ore, salt, coal, gypsum, silica sand, china clay and fine clay. These minerals are transported to industrialized cities. However, the local population has remained poor over the centuries due to lack of education and vocational skills.

Geography

Mianwali district covers an area of 5,840 square kilometres. The area in north is a continuation of the Pothohar Plateau and the Kohistan-e-Namak. The district consists of various towns, including Kalabagh, Isa Khel, Kundian, Paikhel, Piplan, Kamar Mushani, Mochh, Sawans, Rokhri, Harnoli, Musa Khel, ((alluwali)), Wan Bhachran, Daud Khel, Uttra Kalan and the district capital, Mianwali city.

  • Mianwali city is the capital of Mianwali district. It is the district's largest city, with a population of about 85,000 people. It is also the economic and commercial hub of the district.
  • Kundian is the second largest town, at a distance of 15 km from the city of Mianwali. Important sites such as Chashma Nuclear Power Plant (Chashnupp), Chashma Barrage, Kundian-Jehlum or Chashma-Jehlum Link Canal are located here.
  • Piplan is another important town and tehsil headquarters located in the southern part of the district.
  • Kalabagh is famous for the Kalabagh Dam, the Nawab of Kalabagh, the red hills of the salt range, and scenic views of the Indus River. Isa Khel is another important town and tehsil headquarters located in the west of Mianwali. It is a historical town named after Isa Khan, a famous Niazi chief. It is also a home town of famous folk singer Attaullah Khan Essa Khailwi
  • Kamar Mushani is famous for its trade and minerals.
  • Tabbi Sar is another important town and the headquarters of Bangi Khel Tribe located in the southern part of the district. The people of Tabbi sar are king maker in District. Missar wala is the main village of Tabbi sar. Missar Wala is located from Tabbi sar south side. This village is very historical when they supported Shadi Khel than they are succeeded. When they supported Nawab of Kalabagh and Babli Khan when they are succeeded in this area.

Scholarship Scheme

MET College is operating with the objective of making quality education as accessible for the middle class section of our society as it is for the elite. The Talented Scholarship scheme is a step in the direction that aims at allowing meritorious students who are unable to afford even the subsidized fee...

Recent News

  • Mianwali Education Trust College has gotten affiliation with Sargodha board for HSSC classes along with Agha Khan Board.
  • Raza Malja a scholarship student of MET got 3rd position in HSSC Agha Khan Board. Got distinctions in entry tests of medical college, were among the top 200 students and has gotten admission in King Edward Medical College.
  • Iffat Niazi another bright student of MET has gotten admission in Alama Iqbal Medical College
  • Name changed from Tameer-i-Millat school to Mianwali Education Trust College. MET is an independent institution with no more links with Tameer-i-Millat
  • Madam Khola Niazi is in the United States sponsored by the Full Bright Scholarship Program for 6 weeks. She is the head of academics in Mianwali Education Trust College
  • We have taken 22 students on full scholarship and 19 on merit scholarship in 2012-2013
  • MET has tax exception under section (2001) and for withholding tax.
  • MET is certified by PCP(Pakistan center for Philanthropy).
  • MET has Tax exemption Certificate under section 2(36) of the Income Tax ordinance 2001
  • MET has Tax exemption certificate U/S 151 of the Income tax Ordinance 2001.

Success Stories

Shahwali Khan Niazi
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Shahwali Khan Niazi

I have never debated before in my life. I have never even gone to the stage for a presentation as a child. so it was a surprise when our worthy Principal Prof. Sarwar Khan asked me to participate in the Punjab English Declaration Contest of 2010.

As I already have mentioned above that I had no experience regarding debating so the concept of public speaking was quite confusing for me. My teachers at MET were very helpful and guided me how to speak, how to prepare and how to walk and talk in front of an audience. I guess I had the talent of this sort as soon I was performing and speaking like a professional. This was possible only due to my respectable teachers.

The day came when competition started. I secured first position at Distt. Level and also at Division level. I cannot express my feelings when result at Province level was announced. It was beyond my imagination, when it was announced that Shah Wali Khan Niazi got second position in Chief Minister Debate Competition. It was one of the most memorable moments of my life that still brings smile to my face.

All the credit goes to my teachers who believed in me, nurtured me and made me to stand among the top debaters.

   
Shahrukh Khan Niazi
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Shahrukh Khan Niazi

My success story:
My name is Shahrukh Khan Niazi. I am studying in M.E.T from the 2nd grade till my matriculation.

From the start I used to be very involved in the co-curricular activities in the school. My teacher knew that I was an extra ordinary student thus they provided me with different medium to express my creativity. Such a medium, such opportunity came in the form of the chief minister Shehbaz Sharif debate competition in 2008. My teacher immediately encouraged me to take part but the problem was that I had never debated in my life. Though I was quite comfortable speaking to people but at such a large scale and in front large no. of audience that I had never experienced before. I am so thankful to my very respectable and worthy Principal Prof. Sarwar Khan Niazi, and rest of the teacher who really worked hard with me to secure a very prominent position in this Punjab English Debate Competition both in year 2008 and 2009. I did my matriculation but the confidence, communication skills and public speaking which all are now part pf my personality is only due to my dear MET College. I love You MET College.

   
Muneeb Tayyab
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Muneeb Tayyab

I am Muneeb Tayyab of class 8th. I have been studying in Mianwali Education Trust College right from class prep jr. I feel no hesitation to say that I was not able to even speak Urdu properly. I learnt a lot here. Now I am trying to work hard to get good results in my board exams as my teachers always convince me. I am more interested in sports than studies. I still wait for Tuesday as our class has game period in schedule and I also go to MET cricket academy ,our coach is Sir Hussian ,he trained me to do hard work ,and because of sir Hussain today I am a good player today.. I wish that this game period and academy should be good for us. I love to play cricket. Our college provides game equipments and sports material to students. Our game instructors guide us about the rules regulations and game disciplines.

This is due to both of them that today I am selected as a batsman in national cricket team under sixteen. What impresses me about my college is it always appreciates talent both in curricular and extra curricular activities. I am given free education here under scholarship scheme,and it is due to the encouragement of my teachers that I am getting ahead in sport field.

 
Teacher Shahida
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Teacher Shahida

When I joined the school on 1st January 2001. The school principal Sir Hafeez-ur-Rehman (Allah bless him) asked me if I will go to Rawalakot for post graduate diploma in Education. Then I could continue this job other wise after three months, I will finish this job.

That time I was so confused because I was not confident. I was not good at English, writing, reading and spelling. I could not imagine to speak English. At last I decided reluctantly that I have to go to Rawalakot. During the training my school fellow Kalsoom and Bushra helped me very much.

During the training Dr.Zafar M.Z.K.Niazi (Allah bless him) was helpful to us. When course was discontinued due to september 9/11 Dr.Zafar Niazi worried about our training. I can not forget him. I feel him but cannot explain.

After successful completion of training, I rejoined the school on 1st January 2003. Now I am a confident and a focused teacher. My English has improved tremendously By the grace of Allah I am counted among very good teachers of college. Taught 1st batch of students now they are in Class 10.

This college has provided me respect in the society and has improved our living style and standards. This college is not our college only, this is the place where we learn every day life.

May Allah help us being more dedicated and committed to this noble profession.

   
Teacher Sajida Mansoor
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Teacher Sajida Mansoor

When I joined the school although I was capable but not much experienced and expressive. My head was full of ideas but I was not confident enough to utilize them. My head was full of ideas but I was not confident enough to utilize them. Even my spoken and written expression in English was not very good. I remember when I was giving the Test and interview for the job in 1997( that was first selection for the school). Prof. Niaz Irfan and committee told me my weaknesses and said we overcome on your weaknesses and will be good teachers in future.

Luckily at the advice of Dr.Zafar Niazi (Allah bless him) our school principal Major.Haffeez-ur-Rehman (Allah bless him) discussed with me and they give me the choice ( because of my family and children problems) will I want to got to Rwalakot or Ali Institute Lahore for post graduate diploma in Education. Then I decided I must improve my self and overcome my weaknesses and be good teacher.

At last I decided reluctantly that I have to go to A.I.E Lahore. During the training Dr.Zafar (Allah bless him) was helpful. I cannot forget him.

After successful completion of training, I rejoined the school on January 2003. Now I am more confident and I can use my ideas innovatively.

May Allah help us being more dedicated and committed to this noble profession.

   
Teacher Bushra Ellahi
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Teacher Bushra Ellahi

I joined MET College in April 2001. After a written test, demonstration lessons and interviews, three teachers were selcted for post-graduate Diploma Course at Rawalakot Azad Kashmir. I was quite reluctant to attend this training course. Maj.Hafeez-ur-Rehman ( principal at that time) and Madam Khola both persuaded me and told me the advantages of the course. The course was totally sponsored by MET. We left for Kashmir on july 27, 2001 where the course started and it ended on Dec 2002. Highly qualified and professional trainers including (VSO) teachers were working over there. This training course was so good and effective that groomed us not only academically but also professionally. I was attracted and impressed by the activities planned for science, Math and English classes by then trainers. We learnt new techniques, teaching methodologies and strategies for classroom management and lesson planning. I feel proud while writing these lines here that i was awarded a trophy by the president of Kashmir for being 'Student-of-the-year'. After the succcessful completion of the training we rejoined MET College on jan.2003. There was a visible difference in our teaching. We were asked by the principlal to share our experiences and learning with the rest of the staff. For this a series of workshop was arranged.

The story does not end here. The thirst for knowledge kept increasing day by day. I was so thankful to MET once again for providing me another opportunity for a further training programmed at university of Montana USA. This program was named as PTEPDP (Pakistan Teacher Educational and Professional Development Programme ) and was sponsored by USAID in consultation with AED. We got ample opportunities observing different schools of States. Luckily I was nominated to attend NAFSA Conference at Seattle Washington. We were awarded certificates after successful completion of course.

This is distinctive feature of MET to arrange and sponsor trainings, Workshops and other courses for professional growth and development of its teaching staff. I am again thankful to MET for supporting me to complete higher education course like M.Phil ( Educational Planning and Management).

My story is a story of a dedicated soul that takes teaching not as a job but as a mission, devotion. I pray to God to give me preservance, O God keep me on the right track and give me strength to improve myself constantly.

   
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