Friday, October 19, 2007



Tuesday, October 16, 2007

.::Alevels Chat Room Launch::.

We are proud to declare the launch of Our new Chat room!..A place where we can finally connect with each other having an Independent voice for one's own self. Talk about anything and everything that is morally and ethically suitable for you to speak in a School Chat Room. So Join in Our Chat Room and speak out for your self.. vote for things u cant decide on.. support your frends! and screw your enemies! Click on your left to enter chat room. Just enter ure user name and ENJOY!!!


Sunday, October 14, 2007

Join SIUT Volunteer Work [111-000-313]

Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplant

SIUT is without any doubt the best charitable organization of Pakistan .Treating thousands of patients all over Pakistan without any charges what so ever and provide top facilities for their patients and they do it all because of our donations.

This post is to let you know that the time to register as volunteers in this very beautiful cause is ending soon.It is my humble request to every student in PAF to join this cause, the experience in SIUT is sometimes life changing.
Join in through the Out reach society but they have a limited seat through which you get in, our suggestion to you would be to call them personally, and get yourself registered [111-000-313]

The trend of volunteer work has not been yet established in City Schools as much as it is in other schools, i realized this when i was doing it this summer. Lets change the trend and mak
e PAF have the highest number of Volunteers working for the poor who are the real people in need of our help.

..:::::..SIUT created medical history in Pakistan when its team carried out the first cadaver kidney transplant in January 1995. The organ was retrieved from a 14 year old Dutch girl who died of cerebral haemorrhage. It was successfully transplanted into a 24 year old female patient with end-stage renal failure.

..::::..The first successful liver transplant in Pakistan was performed at SIUT on 25 November 2003. This was undertaken after three years of developing an intensive Liver Transplant programme. A six-month old baby was transplanted in collaboration with King’s College Hospital London. His maternal uncle donated a portion of his liver for the operation.