Christian educational institutions have made a valuable contribution to the development of this state. Education was imparted in these institutions irrespective of color, race, religion, and students used to study in these Christian educational institutions in droves and contribute to the building and development of the newborn state. Keep contributing The services of Christians and Christian educational institutions in the field of education are unforgettable and later examples. The list of current rulers or characters of Pakistani history studying at Christian institutions is very long. Sir Syed Ahmad Khan, the founder of Aligarh University, was also educated at a Christian educational institution. He studied at Allama Iqbal Murray College, Sialkot. Similarly, Quaid-e-Azam also started his educational journey from the Mission School in Karachi. The list of Christian educational institutions is long and spread across the country. Even today, they are playing their role in meeting the most important need of the country and the nation, the lack of education.
Catherine Nicol, who moved from Scotland to 1961, and went on to serve there for 40 years, has been honored for her work with the education and nurture of girls and young women. She is running an educational institute in Sialkot.
She has been awarded a medal from the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The Tamgha-e-Quaid-e-Azam, or Medal of the Great Leader, is a civil award conferred by the Government of Pakistan on those who have attained academic distinction in the fields of science, art, literature, or distinction in the fields of sports and nursing; or for rendering dedicated services with selfless devotion in human rights and public service. Catherine was also awarded an MBE in 2001, case “for services to the local community, Sialkot, Pakistan”.