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Academics is the priority that we know best. It circumscribes all programs and takes lead over all activities. Our academic strength spreads through different disciplines within the A level program and beyond.

With a team of highly experienced and dedicated teachers, admin and staff we aim to achieve an overall excellence in teaching and learning. Additionally, one thing that makes Alpha different from all colleges is the peer tutoring and teacher associate program, which are designed to generate the most productive reinforcement system.

Academics is the priority that we know best. It circumscribes all programs and takes lead over all activities. Our academic strength spreads through different disciplines within the A level program and beyond.

With a team of highly experienced and dedicated teachers, admin and staff we aim to achieve an overall excellence in teaching and learning. Additionally, one thing that makes Alpha different from all colleges is the peer tutoring and teacher associate program, which are designed to generate the most productive reinforcement system.

Cambridge A level Mathematics provides in-depth and advanced mathematical knowledge to students along with independent thinking and problem-solving skills. Students opting for Mathematics learn to analyze problems logically and present various situations mathematically. Successful candidates acquire a range of logical and coherent mathematical skills, particularly those which will enable them to use applications of mathematics in the context of everyday situations and of other subjects they may be studying. The curriculum ranges over different areas of mathematics includes geometry, trigonometry, vectors in great detail. Alongside these, a detailed analysis of functions, quadratics and circular measure provide logical understanding to situations. Calculus, logarithms and series allow students to see mathematics as a real science with its application spreading over a range of different real-life situations.

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Kashan Iqbal , Shehroz Iqbal , Waseem Taj , Ali Xeeshan , Farough Siddiqui , Asif Intezar , Raja Shafqat , Usman Naviwala

Chemistry is sometimes known as the ‘central science’ because it helps to connect physical sciences, like math and physics, with applied sciences like biology, medicine, and engineering. New breakthroughs in fields such as genetics, biochemistry, medicine, materials science, forensics, nanotechnology, drug discovery, the environment and next-generation computer hardware are all driven by chemistry. Chemistry helps in developing research, problem-solving and analytical skills. It helps students to challenge ideas and shows them how to work things out through logic and step-by-step reasoning. Chemistry is a great choice of subject for people who want a career in health and clinical professions, such as medicine, nursing, biochemistry, dentistry or forensic science. It will also equip you for a career in the industry, for example in the petrochemical or pharmaceutical industry. Chemistry opens doors for many careers because chemists are essential for many positions in the industry, they are highly desirable for science teaching and suit careers in public service and management. Both the public and the private sectors increasingly draw their higher management strata from chemistry graduates. Students who pick chemistry often also study from a wide range of subjects, including psychology, sociology, biology, science in society, physics, applied science, health & social care, critical thinking and environmental studies.

The A Level course in chemistry helps students develop a number of skills including:

  • Assemble data and assess it
  • Investigate facts and use deduction
  • Put over their point of view fluently
  • Teamwork to achieve results

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Kashif Ismail , Sohail Aziz , Afraz

Physics is the fundamental pure science and plays an important role in all the natural sciences. Physics can be defined as the science of matter, motion, and energy. The ultimate aim of the learner in physics is to find a string of laws that are reliable, self- sufficient and connect to each other at some level. Physics reveals the mathematical beauty in the universe at scales ranging from subatomic to cosmological level. Studying physics strengthens quantitative reasoning and problem-solving skills that are important in areas beyond physics. Students who study physics are prepared to work on forefront ideas in science and technology, academia, the government or the private sector. Careers might focus on basic research in astrophysics, cosmology, particle physics, atomic physics and photonics etc. Physics and related studies are great preparation for almost any career because they teach students how to analyze complex problems and provide them a strong mathematical background that can be applied to any technical field. We offer a faculty for teaching physics at such levels that are oriented to a range of goals that students have in studying physics-electing courses to widen one’s scientific knowledge, meeting the eligibility criteria for major in sciences or engineering, or working towards a degree in physics or one of its more specified branches.

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Nawaid Ali , Qamar Hussain , Kashan Rashid , Muhammad Zohaib

Most, if not all, of the world's most important social complications, have an economic aspect. Microeconomics provides the tools to evaluate the trade-offs that individuals, firms, and governments experience because of limited resources. It considers the choices that are made, the social context in which they take place and the implications for human welfare. Economists apply these tools to study a wide range of controversial public policy questions including the structure of the legal system, government restrictions on domestic and international markets, environmental regulations and design of tax policies. Macroeconomics explores the sources of economic growth and the causes of recessions and inflation. The macroeconomic analysis assesses monetary policy, explains the performance of financial markets and considers international trade and financial links. The study of economics is an excellent way to acquire problem-solving skills and develop a logical, ordered way of looking at problems. It leads naturally to careers in business, law, economic research and consulting. Economics is a standard pre-business major because it provides insight into the operation of individual markets for goods and services, financial markets, and the global economic system and because it provides quantitative and analytical skills that enable students to succeed in a wide variety of business activities. Many law schools view economics as one of the best undergraduate majors because of its disciplined approach to the analysis of social issues.

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Salman Mustafa , Zarak Mushtaq , Owais Mirchawala

An accountant’s primary role is to produce data that help companies make important decisions. Without accountants, it would be impossible for businesses to accurately measure performance, and the decision-making process would be about as accurate as a stab in the dark. Where there is business, there is the accounting. You can’t have one without the other, and it’s no surprise that with business on the rise, accounting as a career field has been increasing with it. Increased government regulation has also meant a growth in the number of accounting staff in each company to ensure they are complying with the new regulations. There are loads of different fields available to students who pursue an accounting degree such as internal auditing, cost accounting, forensic accounting, management accounting – the list goes on. With a degree in accounting, the available pathways are far and wide.

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Nadeem Salam , Shehroz Iqbal , Kashan Iqbal , Adam Viceroy , Hunain Saleem , Owais Razzak , Uzair Yaqoob , Ahmed Bux

Business and related subjects (such as the ‘FAME’ group – finance, accounting, management, and economics) are among the most popular fields of study at universities worldwide, particularly at graduate level. Business graduates are in high demand worldwide, business touches on pretty much every aspect of modern human society, careers with a business degree are diverse and often highly paid. Business graduates go on to work in myriad different sectors, and not all of them are those who would typically associate with business in general. More obvious careers with a business degree include roles in accounting and finance departments, which take in large numbers of business degree graduates. Other sectors with high demand for business graduates include marketing and advertising, as well as retail, sales, human resources and business consultancy. The diversity and plenitude of careers with a business degree underlies the subject’s appeal for many students. Students can also use their background in business to pursue roles within SMEs (small- to medium-sized enterprises), innovative new start-ups, charities, non-profit organizations, and NGOs, and when a bright idea teams up with the knowledge to back it up, one may even consider launching their own business.

The skilled faculty at ALPHA will make sure their students;

  • Develop a critical understanding of organizations, the markets they serve and the process of adding value
  • Be aware that business behavior can be studied from the perspectives of a range of stakeholders
  • Acquire a range of skills including decision-making and problem-solving
  • Be aware of the current structure of business and business practices.

Faculty

Omer Altaf , Danish Tabassum , Kinza Saleem , Qubair Bhoot , Meer Jatoi

Biology is one of the most popular A Level subjects in the country, attracting students studying a wide range of other subjects. Biology is a great choice of subject for people who want a career in health and clinical professions, such as medicine, dentistry, veterinary science, physiotherapy, pharmacy, optometry, nursing, zoology, marine biology or forensic science. It is a key subject for a lot of STEM careers and jobs involving plants, animals, and micro-organisms. Biology is the scientific study of life: as such it encompasses the investigation of living organisms and life processes from the molecules to cells, individual organisms to populations and whole communities of animals and plants. At ALPHA we boast of a faculty that will take the students through their biology course with such passion and aplomb, that they will find this subject not only interesting but may also consider it for their future endeavors.

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Javed Khan Afridi , Umer Memon

The Cambridge International Examinations A-Level Psychology is highly appreciated by top-tier universities. The course comprises of three papers: Paper 1 and Paper 2 make up the AS Level syllabus and Paper 1 Paper 2 and Paper 3 lead towards the completion of the A-Level Course. The course relates Psychology to education, health, organization, the environment, and abnormality. Further, the syllabus does a detailed study of five core areas within Psychology i.e.(1) Cognitive (2) Social (3) Physiological (4) Developmental and (5) and the psychology of individual differences. The course offers students the opportunity to research on Studies conducted in Psychology and further analyze ways in which psychology as a discipline is applied.

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Em Jay , Rehan Rehman , Yumna Ahmed

Sociology is the study of group life and those parts of our individual lives that are affected by social interaction. Its beginning point is the assumption that we are social animals by birth, that is, that we are powerfully influenced by other people's expectations. Sociologists would argue that you can't make sense of your own behavior, much less the patterns of behavior in families, corporations, or nations, without developing a quality of mind which is sometimes termed as "the sociological imagination." Sociology can provide foundation knowledge about social interactions, organizations, and society helpful in the pursuit of careers and a good life for ourselves and our families. Sociology also can help us prepare for specific careers, by studying particular sectors of society (discussed below), and by sharpening our skills needed to be effective in business and public life, such as analytic thinking and problem solving, information gathering and interpretation, and report writing. Sociology is unique in its recognition not only that societies shape us, but also that we shape our societies. This latter process is present in all societies and all human groups, but it is especially central to democracy in which citizens are explicitly expected to participate in shaping their society. Indeed, without an informed and active citizenry, democracy withers and dies. Whether it’s the prospects for your marriage, the safety of your neighborhood, the likelihood of success in your chosen occupation, or the future of your planet, these outcomes depend as much on world-historical changes taking place in society as on issues of ability and character at the individual level. The faculty at ALPHA will endeavor to provide the students with the tools of the sociological imagination and introduce them to the process by which sociological theories are developed and how those theories may usefully be applied to major social problems.

Faculty

Abdullah Shahmeer , Yumna Ahmed , Em Jay

The Cambridge International Examinations A-Level Computing is highly appreciated by top-tier universities. During the Course Students learn about the main principles of systems analysis and design, looking at different methods of problem formulation, and the planning of solutions. The syllabus develops an understanding of how computers are used to solve a wide range of problems. Students analyze a variety of computers and understand ways that computers are organized in terms of software, data, hardware, communications, and people. The course provides students with a general understanding of the use of computer technology, which will support student participation in an increasingly technologically dependent society.

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Minhas Rupsi , Zafar Ali Khan

Urdu is the national language of Pakistan, an official language of India, and is one of the most critical languages for understanding the Afghanistan-Pakistan region, as well as South Asia as a whole. It is an Indo-European language with influences from Arabic, Persian, Sanskrit, and Turkish. While only about 10% of Pakistan’s population speaks Urdu as a native language, it is used as one of the official languages in education is spoken as a trade language throughout the country. Urdu is written in Arabic Nastaliq script which is the second most used alphabet in the world. Once you have mastered reading and writing in Urdu, you will have an advantage should you choose to study global languages such as Arabic and Persian/Farsi, as well as several regional languages such as Kurdish, Balochi, Pashto, Sindhi, and Punjabi. Urdu alone is spoken by about sixty million people in Pakistan and India, but because informal spoken Urdu is mutually intelligible with Hindi and together they are considered the fourth most-spoken language on earth, knowledge of the Urdu language will allow you to converse comfortably with almost five hundred million people in South Asia.

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Abid Ali Umang , Iftikhar Shah

The Cambridge International Examinations A-Level Media Studies is highly appreciated by top tier universities. The course comprises 4 components (1) Foundation Portfolio (2) Key Media Concepts (3) Advanced Portfolio and (4) Critical Perspectives. Component 1 and 2 comprise of the AS Level and along this for A2 Level students are required to complete Component 3 and 4 as well. The Course requires a high level of technology for it to be taught, the Alpha College Media Lab is fully equipped to provide students for all a comprehensive study place. The course develops students to develop lifelong skills including the ability to apply creativity to practical skills; research and evaluation skills; project management skills with critical and analytical techniques alike.

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