01 School Unit
Pishin was a part of Quetta Pishin district. In 1975 it was separated from Quetta for administrative reasons. It derives its name from the locality Pishin. Pishin is a modernised form of ‘Pushang’, which is old Persian for the Arabic Fushang. The population of Pishin District was estimated to be over 700,000 in 2005, with over 90% of the population being Pashtun. Pishin has a very good soil for production of good quality apple, cherry, almond, grapes, and plums. Pishin is only 45 kilometers away from Quetta.
About TFGS Pishin
Taaleem Foundation established a branch in the District of Pishin in the year 1994. The school was established immediately after the control of the building was transferred to the foundation. The school has the capacity to accommodate 700 students.
The school is being led by Ms. Farkhanda Jabeen. She holds a master’s degree in English from the University of Punjab, Lahore. She began her career as an English subject specialist at District Public School in 1997. She also worked with Allied School for over ten years in different positions and finally elevated to the position of principal. In 2018, she joined TFGS Pishin and serving as principal since then.
The school is equipped with the best educational facilities such as computer laboratory, library, science labs, etc. The school is providing quality education to the residents of Pishin.
The building has 14 classrooms, a staff room and a multi purpose hall. Moreover, it has two spacious houses, four apartments and a 16 room hostel for unmarried staff. The school is located in a serene environment at the entry point of Pishin town.