Five Year Celebration of the J.S Academy for the Deaf
4 March 2009

J.S. Academy for the Deaf, a project of the “Noor-e-Ali Trust” celebrated its 5 year’s achievements with a spring festival and acknowledged its students and teachers who have achieved academic excellence over these years.

The Academy is unique in nature as it has an open-door policy to accept deaf children who have either been deprived of schooling or have been rejected by other schools due to age criteria. For the past 5 years, J.S. Academy has achieved excellent results in the Matric and Inter-board examinations and has been acknowledged as an outstanding Special Education institution in the country.

During the official ceremony, the J.S. Academy awarded its outstanding students and teachers for achieving excellence in academics. The awards were given by the guests of honor Mr. Jahangir Siddiqui and Mr. Munawar Alam Siddiqui – Chairman, M&JS Foundation.

The focus at the J.S. Academy has always been to impart quality education to deaf children, as well as ensuring total development and grooming of its students by a highly-qualified team of teachers who impart education via Sign language.

J.S. Academy for the Deaf is a project of the Noor-e-Ali Trust, and its aim is to teach the deaf and hearing impaired children to read, write & communicate in their own language which is the Sign Language. The school has been operational since 2004 and has achieved a very high ranking in providing Quality Education to both deaf boys and girls.

The J.S. Academy for the Deaf is supported by the Mahvash & Jahangir Siddiqui Foundation through annual donations. M&JS Foundation is the charitable wing of the JS Group, and the foundation supports many organizations and initiatives. The primary focus areas of the foundation are healthcare, education and sustainable development through social enterprises.