Success Stories



    Ms. Afsheen, Women Empowerment Center, Swat

    Afsheen’s father was not able to continue her education due to lack of resources. She was interested in fashion design related works of vocational school. She got enrolled in WEC in July 2017 and completed her course work in December 2017 by awarding a skill development certificate. Now, she is well versed in tailoring, knitting and embroidery and takes orders from local women regarding dress making. She has been living an independent life by earning her livelihood and supporting her family. She is interested in having further education from college in Fashion Designing.

    Mr. Mubarak PSH, Skardu

    Mr. Mubarak S/o Ghulam Nabi belongs to Sarri Valley of district Skardu. The sari valley is the backward area of Baltistan. In this area education system is very low and lots of students can’t complet their studies due to lack of resources and many orphan children also remain uneducated because of poverty. Keeping in view the circumstances, Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal launched the project of Pakistan Sweet Home (PSH) in district Skardu for providing education, rehabilitation, food, accommodation and other basic necessities of life to orphan children. Mr. Mubarak is among those lucky ones who got enrolled in the centre. His father expired when he was 5 years old, a youngest among one brother and three sisters. After joining PSH in 2014, he got admission in K.G class. He is a promising student and has showed marvelous result in the examination attaining first position every year. For his excellent result, he has been shifted to PSH, Islamabad where he’s studying outstandingly. The guardian of Mr. Mubarak as well as teachers and PSH Management are very hopeful for his bright furutre.

    Memona Khatoon (Widow), Gilgit

    She is a widow with three children. Her husband died in Giyari sector Siachin while serving Pak Army. She was getting Rs. 6000/- of her husband pension and compelled to lead a vulnerable life. There is not any agricultural land owned by her except an old building made of stone and mud available at her native village. She was hardly meeting the both ends with neighborhood and local notable assistance. She got admission in PBM WEC gilgit. After completing the training, she shifted to Gilgit Khomer area and got a house on rent where she opened her own shop at Women market named as “Nissa Market” at Khomer Chowk Gilgit. She has been working there as a tailor for last three years and earning an amount of more than Rs. 20000/- per month. Her children are studying in Fauji Foundation School and she is quite determined to live an honorable and independent life.

    Shakeel Ahmad SCRCL Chakwal

    Shakeel Ahmad S/o Mohammad Miskeen belongs to very poor family. His father was a low income laborer at bricks and kiln. Low income of his father and poverty were a great obstacle in continuing his education. Shakeel Ahmad got admission in Pakistan Bait ul Mal School for Rehabilitation of Child Labour and after having financial support from PBM completed his school level education that enabled him to join Pak Army. He is also a best player of boxing and winner of gold medal in boxing competition.

    Mohammad Umair SRCL, Attock

    Mr. Mohammad Umair S/o Habib-ur-Rehman,the most deserving student of PBM-SRCL Attock who was victimized by the earthquake 2005 in Kashmir. He migrated to Attock and got admission in Pakistan Bait ul Mal School for Rehabilitation of Child Labour in 2006 and was position holder student. Now he is final year student of Auto Mechanical Technology in technical college.

    Story of Qudratullah and Subhanullah (2 brothers), Pakistan Sweet Home Lahore

    My name is Shahnaz Bibi (Mother of Qudratullah and Subhanullah). After the death of my husband, I was worried about my children’s future specially for their education. When, I have come to know about sweet home through my friend, I reached there with my children. The staff of sweet home met with us with good behavior and immediately admitted in sweet home and take all responsibilities of my children. Then I came back to my home with satisfaction. When my children came home during the Eid Holidays, they informed me that they are getting quality education and also getting tuition and Quranic education regularly. Now my elder son has been shifted in Karachi Sweet Home. I am happy and satisfied that institution is providing quality education along with other necessities of life with good manners. Due to admission in Sweet Home, my children look like role model among the relatives.

    Aqib Ali, Pakistan Sweet Home Gujrat

    My name is Aqib Ali. We are two brothers and belong to a very poor family. My father dies 7 years ago. I was studying in Government School of my area but after my father’s death, we left school due to poverty. My cousin informed us about Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal Sweet Home (PSH) in Attock, where education, food and boarding is being provided free of charge. So my mother took us there and got enrolled in PSH Attock without any reference. After becoming member of Pakistan Sweet Home family very next day we also got admission in the school and we started our education once again. We worked hard and I got first position in the examination. I became most preforming student of my class. My mother is very happy and satisfied on my performance. This is only because of Pakistan Sweet Home. In Sha Allah, I will become a successful man after completing my education.

    Saba Mumtaz, IFA Education Stipend

    My name is Saba Mumtaz and I belong to backward area of Poonch Rawalakot (AJK). My father is ill. Due to very poor condition of my family, I discontinued my education and started tuitions after my graduation to meet my family expenses. I have been a brilliant student and very keen to complete education. I took admission in M.Sc program in PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi and it was very difficult for me to bear my education expenses. In the mean while, my friends told me about Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal Education Stipend Program, which became light of hope for me. I applied and qualified for this stipend. Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal paid my all education dues during M.Sc which helped me to continue my studies. By the support of PBM I not only scored 4.0/4.0 CGPA but also qualified for Gold Medal in the University. It was impossible for me achieve this mile stone without PBM support. Thank you very much Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal.

    Ejaz Ahmed, IFA Education Stipend

    My name is Ejaz Ahmed and I belong to a very poor family of Chillas, District Diamer (G.B). My father died in my early childhood. We are 3 brothers and 6 sisters. My family depends upon agriculture and financial support of relatives. In spite of poor financial condition I took admission in F.Sc and got 1st position. I met my education expenses through tuition after college hours. I took admission in PMAS Arid Agriculture University, Rawalpindi in BS program. It was much difficult for me to pay university dues, but Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal’s Education Stipend Program helped me a lot. My Education expenses were paid by PBM which helped me to get 4.0/4.0 CGPA. I am thankful to Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal for its support.




    Rafi Ullah NCRCLO, Orakzai Agency

    Mr. Rafi Ullah s/o Sulaiman, Roll No. 65-275, a brilliant student of NCRCLO Orakzai Agency  who outshined all the students in class 5th examination conducted by Agency Education Department, Orakzai Agency and stood 1st  amongst all the schools of the Agency in the centralized examination system 2016. The Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has been pleased to award a cheque of Rs. 15000/- along with a letter of appreciation.

    Shah Faisal s/o Farman Ali

    Mr. Shah Faisal s/o Farman Ali R/o P.O Chakdara  Mandi, Tehsil Adanzai, Dir (Lower), Who belongs to an extremely poor family toped Malakand Board in the F.Sc . He also got 57th position out of 14000 candidates who appeared for entry test. The Managing Director, Pakistan Bait ul Mal, decided to sanction Rs. 50,000/- as token of appreciation and encouragement. Being a poor brilliant student, the Managing Director has assured further financial assistance in future for completion of his education.

    Mr. Rehmat Ullah, NCRCLO, Bajaur Agency

    Mr. Rehmat Ullah s/o Bahram Jan Ex-Student (Reg No. 158) of Pakistan Bait ul Mal, NCRCLO Bajaur Agency, qualified engineering entry test and got admission in Balochistan University of Science & Technology, Quetta for professional Engineering.


    Ms. Nabila Bibi, NCRCLO, Bajaur Agency

    Ms. Nabila Bibi D/o Mr. Muhammad Khan, Ex-student (Reg. No. 131) Pakistan Bait ul Mal, NCRCLO Bajaur Agency obtained 839/1050 marks (A-Grade) in S.S.C annual examination 2015 from BISE, Malakand and selected for “STORI DA PAKHTOONKHWA” (STARS OF PAKHTOONKHWA) scholarship program Rs. 10,000/- per month scholarship for further education.


    Abdul Razzaque, PSH-Sukkur

    Abdul Razzaque belongs to a very poor family where there was hard to earn bread and butter to meet both ends. His father passed away on 05-12-2006 when he was only 10 months old. His mother used to live in a single room and continued to feed him with five (05) children including Abdul Razzaque in her meager resources. In 2011 when PSH Sukkur was established some orphans from neighborhoods enrolled in PSH Sukkur. Razzaque's mother also decided to send her son to PSH Sukkur for his bright future. Abdul Razzaque happened to be an eager child for education. When he enrolled in PSH Sukkur, his school performance had been remarkable and he was a position holder in his class. Public school Sukkur (managed by Sukkur IBA) is providing ECE (Early Child Education) where ranking system is in vogue. In that system Abdul Razzaque always exceeds or meets the expectation’ stands to 1st position. He also got an Exceeds Expectations Award by Public School Sukkur. His abilities are flourishing day by day and he received applause due to his excellent results. He is now in Junior Section Class-III. Important is to note that an orphan like him is not only an intelligent student but also an innovative and creative child. He has got with extremely good reasoning skills with deep thinking ability attitude. His imaginary skills are also remarkable. He is a good athlete, a drama performer and also a very good dancer. His future wish to become a Flying Officer (PAF) also distinguishes him from other children. He has got very good mental abilities as he is in only class III and he translate Quran Paak Taleem only in the age of 9 years. (Subhan Allah) This child is an asset not only for PSH but also for society. As he idealizes Pak Forces. So he wish to join Pakistan Air Force . If he will be getting support in such a manner as Pakistan Bait ul Mal is providing, his future is very much evident.

    Shafqat Ali Memon, NCRCLO, Larkana

    Shafqat Ali Memon is one of the outstanding students of PBM NCRCLO Sindh. Pakistan Bait ul Mal is proud of having such a brilliant student like him. His father had passed away when he was so young and his mother was unable to afford his educational expenses. Shafqat submitted his desire to her mother for getting admission in school. Her mother was already worried about his education. One day his mother heard about Pakistan Bait ul Mal School named NCRCLO, providing free text books, copies, stationary, school uniform, school bags and shoes for primary level along with Students Stipend and parents subsistence allowance in addition, he heard that Pakistan Bait ul Mal also help passed out students upto middle. Shafqat got admission in NCRCLO on 1996 and passed out from NCRCLO in 1998. Shafqat was very intelligent student. He completed his matric, intermediate and graduation with distinction. He did not stop there rather completed his Masters in English, Arabic and Persian. While winning all these titles he finally got entry at Government Degree College Larkhana in visiting faculty of English classes. He progressed by leaps and bounds and established his own educational institution i.e Shafaqat Ali Memon institute in Lohori mohallah Larkana in the evening.

    Akhtar Zaman, NCRCLO Jamrud, Khyber Agency

    Mr. Akhtar Zaman passed out student of NCRCLO, Jamrud, Khyber Agency has secured 7th position in the Middle Standard Examination for the academic year 2013-14 of Khyber Agency and 1st position in his class. The student has been awarded with 'Distinction Certificate' and cash prize amounting to Rs. 5000/- by the Political Agent, Khyber Agency and Agency Education Officer, Khyber Agency.

    Naeem Khan, NCRCL

    Naeem Khan is 12 years old boy belonging to a poor family. His father Zahid khan is a sanitary worker (Plumber) having very meager monthly income upto Rs. 5000/- only. He was engaged in child lobour (plumbing) with his father. He used to work upto 8 Hrs daily. He was very uneasy. However, he was very fond of education but due to low income, he could not go to school.

  • One day, a man told him that Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal has established National Centre for Rehabilitation of Child Labor (NCRCL) in his town. He was very happy. In Feb 2006, he came to NCRCL with his father and got admission in class-1. On his achievement, he is very happy. He expressed his view in such a manner that I was having keen desire to get education, to go school with friends, to set in class room and compete with them. But it was not possible due to my poverty. Thanks God that Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal established NCRCL&O in our area and I was admitted therein. That was obviously a marvelous day in my life. I learned a lot in NCRCL and proved my abilities that I can get education. PBM give me the desired/dream what I want to accomplish.

    His ambition is to get higher Education and reach to an officer rank. His father Zahid Khan viewed on the success of his son that my son Naeem has not only very good in education but also very responsible boy in day to day home affairs. Akbar Khan one of his friends said that I found him very co-operative and honest friend

  • Muhammad Akbar, NCRCL Quetta

    He had been an excellent student of NCRCLO II Quetta. He explains his story of his carrier through PBM support is as under: I have completed and studied up to Primary class from NCRCL II Quetta PBM School from 2005 to 2007. I have been supported and financed by P BM though out my carrier. I have been good performance given in speeches, tableaus and Naats etc. I have done Matriculation from Minhaj ul Quran high School sariab Road Quetta and FSc from Govt Science College Quetta with good marks. I have also done diploma of medical technician and working in private medial centre. I am satisfied with my carrier being supported by Pakistan Bait ul Mal.

  • Saima Aslam, DVDS Quetta

    This woman has completed her beautician course from DVDS. Her husband died short after three years and she returned to her parent’s home. Then she was looked after by her brother in bearing her expenses,. She also had a daughter from her marriage. She had a daughter to look after and give her education. She took admission in beautician course and took first position and completed her course. Afterword she started her own business at home at Kasi Road Sattar Colony at her father home. All her neighbors and people living around visit her beauty Parlor and this centre helps her earn her livelihood and has become best source of income for her. Her daughter is studying in English medium school. .

  • Muhammad Zaheer Sarwar, NCRCL, Faisalabad

    My name is Muhammad Zaheer Sarwar .My father name is Muhammad Sarwar. I was born on 21th February 1992 at Faisalabad. I have two brothers and two sisters. I belong to poor family. My father is a labour (Factory Worker) by Profession. He is a patient of Hyptatius C. Due to poverty I have to support my family that’s way I have to start work at local paper factory (gatha factory). My father was not able to give me education due to low income and bad health but I am fond of education and want to serve my country. One day an educated man saw my passion about study and he knew about NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad which was set up by Pakistan Bait ul Mal. He guided my father about that school which provides financial assistance as well as quality education for working boys. By the grace of Allah Almighty I got admission at NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad where I spent my precious time of life which totally changed my education life where I learnt a lot. NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad institute also gave me a chance to participate in extra-curricular activities where I got confidence by participating in speech competition. In short NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad institute gave me new hope and financial assistance for middle education and principal of NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad gave me guide line in every step of my education. After passing my primary education from prestigious institute NCRCL (Peoples Colony) Dhudi wala Faisalabad and I got admission at Govt. Technical High School where I continue my hardworking and by the grace of Allah and teachers effort I got merit Scholarship in middle Examination from Faisalabad board by securing 701/800.After passing my matriculation with 84% marks, I got admission on merit in Govt. Science College Samnabad, Faisalabad and with the money of my merit scholarship I completed my intermediate. By passing Fsc (Pre-Eng.) with 82% marks and entry test of University of Engineering &Technology, Lahore. I got admission in UET, Lahore (Rachna campus) in Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering Department. I got Dean's Honour Roll in 2nd Semester by getting GPA 3.795 out of 4.Now I am in 8th Semester of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering and after completion of my education I want to serve my country and contribute my share in its progression.

  • Mahjabeen Alam, DVD Quetta

    I was living at Sariab Road Quetta.My family, Parents were very backward and poor. My Father was jobless and therefore I could not study or get any technical education /training. In those days my family friends told me but the DVDs of Pakistan Bait-ul Mal about free technical training to the poor and money less people. So I visited the DVDs centre and took admission. I started to work hard and learn the work of stitching and Embraidry, Sewing etc. I have been working and learning in DVDs centre of PBM for three years in order to gain perfection in the work. My father and mother remained ill and sick I had to look after my parents as well. Then later on when my Mother passed away and my father advised me to open and run my own centre in the neighborhood .I had no money to launch the centre. I managed to purchase sewing machines after collection fee from students who took admission in the centre. Thus the center was running well and became a source of income for me and my family. After my father’s death I was not allowed to operate the centre by my brothers due to backward thinking and I had to stop working and run centre. I requested my maternal uncle to request my brothers to allow me for work and running of centre. My brothers had to allow me and I restarted my centre after one year. Then I got my centre registered from the directorate of Industries and Commerce of Baluchistan Govt the Centre’s registration No.(15980)and under the name by M/S Society of Sun Rise Dastkari, Karahi and beautician centre and the address of my centre is “Kachi Baig Sariab Road Quetta”. I have three branches of the center .One at Bibi Ziarat Road second at huda and the main branch at kachi baig .the total numbers of students are 80(Eighty) and I have three teachers . I m really thankful to PBM DVDs schools through which I have learnt the Dastkari .I think I would not have been here today if there had been not been PBM schools. Thanks PBM for my future.

  • Mahammad Raheem, Quetta - IFA Rehabilitation

    The applicant, Abdul Raheem says that he is an orphan and had no source of income to run the home business. He says that his father had died just when he was just a matric student. His father left the family with a whole responsibility on Muhammad Raheem’s shoulders as there was elder to earn for the family. He had to give up his studies as he had responsibility to look after the whole family,i.e; his mother and younger brothers. At this stage of his life he was too alone and income less meanwhile informed by someone he visited the PBM Provincial Office Quetta Balochistan and requested for Financial Assistance to rehabilitate himself financially. The applicants request was obliged and granted by the Pakistan-Bait-ul-Mal and applicant was granted Rs. 28,000/- (Rupees Twenty Eight Thousand Only). As a result applicant set up a small scale business at tehsil Chaghi district chaghi Balochistan. The applicant worked hard day and night to make his small Mobile shop and earned enough money to afford family expenses. Thus it is Pakistan Bait ul Mal who helped me and changed my life to settle in society with respect and good status. Thanks PBM for my future.

  • Hassan Jehangir, NCRCL Quetta

    Once there was helpless and poor widow who was helping her family by washing cloths and dishes at neighbor hood to full fill the expenses of her children .She wanted her children to be educated and to see them a good citizens of the country but giving education to her children was impossible and she could not afford. Her elder son Hassan Jahangir could not see her mother and younger’s in this hard condition so he started work at pakora’s Shop where he was getting a small amount. Someone told his mother that “Why don’t you give education to your children at Pakistan Bait-ul Mal’s school which is called NCRCL &O” she told I can’t afford books, uniform, shoes and stationary etc so that woman told that “they will provide you all course stationary, uniform, school bag, shoes and as well as the scholarships as long as student wants to study there. They also provide all kind of treatment which is required by the students. So after listening these all facilities given by Pakistan Bait-ul Mal without wasting of time she has taken his elder son who was working in the shop went to the NCRCL’o 1 Pakistan Bait-ul Mal where she got him admitted. Pakistan Bait ul Mal has assisted him financially even after passing primary from NCRCL. All his fees have been paid by PBM IFA Education in his complete education career and in 2009 on the basis of F.A degree he got job in police department as a constable. After passing B.A he has been promoted as computer operator in Sadar division at Police department . Now his all sisters and brothers are studying .His family is living happily and pray for Pakistan Bait-ul-Mal. Thanks PBM for my future.

  • IFA Education Stipend

    Mahmuna Iffat, Jehlum has completed M.Phil Economics from International Islamic University, Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 21100 and now Qualified for P.hD scholarship for Turkey.

    Muntazir Hussain, Kurram Agency has completed BSEE from Federal Urdu University Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 110000 and now Working as Asstt Engineer in Oil & Gas Development Company Limited

    Asif Shahzad, Jhang has completed MBA from Federal Urdu University Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 70000 and now Teaching in Punjab College of Commerce and Science Shorkot

    Muhammad Imran, Layyah has completed MBA from National University of Modern Languages Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 48700 and now Working as Second Officer in United Bank Limited, Chowk Azam Branch Layyah

    Dr. Samr Jamil Ahmed, Rawalpindi has completed MBBS from Rawalpinidi Medical College Rawalpindi with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 76558 and now Doing house job in Benazir Hospital Rawalpindi

    Dr. Saeed Abbas Khan, Jhang has completed MBBS from Rawalpinidi Medical College Rawalpindi with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 43387 and now Doing house job in Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi

    Dr. Memoona latif, Gujranwala has completed MBBS from Rawalpinidi Medical College Rawalpindi with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 37021 and now Doing house job in Benazir Hospital Rawalpindi

    Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim, Ghanchy has completed MBBS from Nishter Medical College Multan with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 72681 and now Doing house job in Nishter Hospital Multan

    Urooj Fatima, Chakwal has completed MSC Sociology from PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 29700 and now Gold Medalist from PMAS Arid Agriculture University Rawalpindi

    Muhammad Rizwan Maqsood, Bahawalpur has completed M.Phil Chemistry from Quaid-i-Azam University Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 31905 and now Qualified for P.hD scholarship for Germany.

    Mansoor Abbas, Layyah has completed P.hD Economics from National University of Modern Languages Islamabad with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 72000 and now Woking on Thesis, Lecturer in G.C University Faisalabad, Layyah Campus

    Bilal Hassan, Jhang has completed MPA from with PBM IFA Education stipend of Rs. 21800 and now Lecturer in G.C University Faisalabad