Brigadier (Retd.) Muhammad Ijaz Akbar (Late)
Founder Pakistan International Public School, PIPS
The Late Brigadier (Retd.) Muhammad Ijaz Akbar, after a successful career in the Pakistan Army Education Corps, first established PIPS (Pakistan International Public School) Abbottabad in 1983. His last assignment in service was as the Principal of the renowned Army Burn Hall College in Abbottabad. He possessed a select degree of Educational Management from London (UK), which led him to inculcate new visions in academic curricula and human resource development, starting from the very grass-root level. PIPS has always been symbol of Academic Excellence; is consistently achieving high grades in all BISEs.
PIPS with their self-owned Branches could only expand to a few cities. A franchise model, PIPS School System, was therefore introduced by Mr. Muhammad Anjum Umar (Founder’s Grandson) following in his grandfather’s footsteps to spread quality education across Pakistan and overseas.