In 1996, the AJBT established the Aziz Jehan Begum Institute (AJBI) to formally educate visually impaired children with academic and life skills. The AJBI started with 16 students and today has a 30-year history of excellent education, life skills training, innovation, and advocacy.
The AJBI High School is a Class 1 – Matric school teaching the curriculum of the Punjab Board of Secondary education. This is the only institution that emphasizes a holistic approach to learning and independence. We teach orientation, mobility, and life-skills training in addition to excellent education. This means that the High School must be open year-round as the life skills training is a full additional curriculum that must be accommodated.
The AJBI Kids Campus, a first of its kind facility, added in 2016 was created to meet the needs of mothers who have new-born infants and pre-school children with visual impairment.