Mentored at Mama

Alumnae of The Mama Parsi Girls’ Secondary School value the training they received at this prestigious institution that completed 100 years
Parinaz Gandhi

Learning needlework at the age of seven years. Perfecting one’s handwriting skills. Conforming to the expected standards of grooming and discipline. Picking up time management and organizational skills. Students across different generations have not forgotten the life lessons they imbibed during their years of study at The Mama Parsi Girls’ Secondary School (MPGSS) in Karachi. Currently in its centenary year, the School continues its endeavors to see a Mamaian leave the portals of her alma mater as "a well-balanced, good human being… a future mother or a career woman who will hopefully do her bit for the progress of her nation.”......

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