Creating our Children’s future
NCEC Officially represents the Catholic Church before the Pakistani Government in the field of education. Being recognized nationally and internationally as a reliable referent for the Catholic Church’s educational efforts countrywide. We Support & Coordinate with Dioceses all over Pakistan to improve the quality of Catholic educational institutions.
"At NCEC and CBEs/DBE, we live out our values. These values define how we and our schools operate every single day i.e. Trust of the parents and students, Care for our students, Innovative teaching methods and Pride in being Missionary institutions with a clear vision of decorating the nation’s youth with education."
CEO - Asher Javaid
Young people from different backgrounds greatly impact us and all our activities. They highlight those parts of society that are broken, so we can help them in all possible ways to regain hope and flourish in life.
Formulate Guideline & Procedures
Liaison With Donors
Provide Educational, Operational & Financial Support
Liaison With Government
Monitor & Evaluate CBEs/DBE Performance
A JOURNEY TO EXCELLENCE
We have numbers that push us to give in our best and make sure that we break our own records. We are happy to be growing and helping more day by day.
In Pakistan, there are two Archdioceses, four Dioceses, and one Prefecture, all of which are overseen by an Archbishop or Bishop. The Archbishops or Bishops of the Dioceses collectively form the “Pakistan Catholic Bishops’ Conference (PCBC),” which serves as the highest governing body. The PCBC holds legal authority over all educational and non-educational institutions operating under its umbrella and has established the National Catholic Education Commission (NCEC) as a national legal entity to promote education.
The primary objective of the NCEC is to address the needs and interests of Catholic Educational Institutions in Pakistan, including the welfare of their staff and students. To oversee the management of schools affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church, each Diocese has its own Catholic or Diocesan Board of Education (CBE/DBE).
The NCEC is responsible for the educational institutions across the seven dioceses of Pakistan, which encompass approximately 350 schools, 11,000 teachers, and around 150,000 students. It plans and advances its educational initiatives through collaboration with the Catholic or Diocesan Boards of Education.
Focus on education for life, the development of the whole person, integrating
faith and culture in the changing world, accepting social responsibility, encouraging critical thinking, and nurturing the intellectual capacity to commit oneself to carrying out responsible and meaningful tasks. when
We interact with all Catholic Boards in Pakistan for excellence in Managerial, Academic and Financial Operations
We Support and coordinate the efforts and improve the quality of Catholic educational institutions countrywide.