Benchmark school: Veil lifted from the administration

 Benchmark school: Veil lifted from the administration

Benchmark school System

Bahria Town, 18June: Benchmark school System GT Road hauled a large number of students in the name of free coaching academy in the evening.

The school was unable to even complete syllabus of upcoming exams of CIEs (Cambridge International Examinations) O- levels. Despite of consecutive requests to school administration nothing was happened, but the exams have been postponed.

As per details given by a mother that after a long time, educational institutes have resumed across the country but again administration of Benchmark school have sent a message that due to an event in school for one day again online classes will be held. Sadly, the event in school was owner’s son’s marriage.

Here is a notification issued by Benchmark :


Parents are helpless and where do they go to complain about this institute. They keep asking questions to themselves that who is there to control these businessmen entered into education system?

She further added that I am getting my son out of this school and waiting for October CIEs as no option left at this nick of the time.

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