Showing posts with label British Council. Show all posts
Showing posts with label British Council. Show all posts

Thursday 11 January 2018


Saima Satti is currently serving as Head of Business Improvement at British Council in United Kingdom. She has over 15 years of experience working with the British Council, taking up different roles in her tenure. Her parents hailed from union council Bunn, New Murree.

Saima Satti is a focused professional and natural leader. Her ability to sift out extraneous information quickly and anticipate potential problems has helped the British Council to deliver globally.

  • Head Of Business Improvement at British Council, London.
  • Deputy Head Of IELTS at British Council, London.
  • Global IELTS Operations Manager at British Council, London.
  • Regional IELTS Manager - UK, Ireland & Americas, London.
  • Director ELT Pakistan at British Council, Lahore.

  • Charted Institute Of Marketing       PD in Marketing (2007-2008)
  • Regents College London         RSA Cambridge ESOl CELTA (1999)
  • The University Of Reading              BSC (HONS)  1990-1994

Sunday 12 November 2017

5 Girls Schools of Kotli Sattian won International Schools award

Recently, five schools of Kotli Sattian Subdivision won the international schools award in several educational activities, held by British Council.
Here are the best performing Schools 

1. Girls high school, Mirzapur 
2. Girls high school, Bhan Seri
3. Girls high school, Lehtrar
4. Girls primary school, Chevra
5. Girls primary school, Kotli Sattian town

Teachers and headteachers are invited on 14th November 2017 at Marriot Hotel Islamabad to receive awards from Secretary Education Dr. Allah Bakhsh for their brilliant performance.

In this project of British council 50 schools have been selected from the Punjab province, and 20 of them are from District Rawalpindi.

                                             Click here for more details


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