“Sabaq Foundation Trust” more commonly known as Sabaq Foundation was founded in 2012 as a registered self-funded non-profit trust with the Government of Pakistan. The trust is being chaired by Iqbal Mustafa Khan and its head offices are situated in sector G-10/4, Islamabad.
Our main objective is to create world class tutoring videos for all Pakistani students studying in both English medium and Urdu medium schools. And, Sabaq Foundation distributes these video lectures online, absolutely free of cost.
Sabaq Foundation has prepared and uploaded more than 11,000 video lectures on the website sabaq.pk for all educational boards of Pakistan (Sindh, Punjab, KPK, Baluchistan and Federal) till date. The subjects include Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, Biology, English, and General Science. Additionally, lectures for Kindergarten level are also being prepared. Helping material for Cambridge text books, MCAT and ECAT exams is also available in the form of video lectures at sabaq.pk.
Highly qualified teaching staff of Sabaq Foundation uses advanced computer technology to prepare the video lectures. To implement the concept of Blended Learning, the teachers make use of Computer animations and multimedia in the lectures.
It is a distinction for Sabaq Foundation that every year, more than 1.5 million (15 lakh) users become a part of sabaq.pk.
Sabaq Foundation has a Practice Test feature available on its website. Students can take these practice tests after every exercise or chapter for an effective preparation of their exams.
To further expand the scope of Sabaq Foundation, an offline solution of sabaq.pk, called as Sabaq Lite Server (SLS) is being provided to schools. More details regarding Sabaq Lite Server can be seen here.
Founder Sabaq Foundation, Iqbal Mustafa Khan belongs to Golra Sharif (now known as sector E-11). Iqbal went to United States for higher studies in 1984 and obtained his BS and MS degree in Computer Science from Indiana University, Bloomington in 1988 and 1990 respectively. Afterwards, he continued living in the US and worked for various companies before starting his own company named Alachisoft in United States of America.
In 2011, Iqbal moved back to Pakistan and started an offshore office of Alachisoft in Islamabad. Iqbal's family has a strong history in education. His mother and paternal aunt ran a Government primary school for girls in Golra, situated inside his grandfather’s home. This has inspired Iqbal to do something for education in Pakistan and hence he started Sabaq Foundation.