Rabea Girls’ Public School
It was Hakeem Abdul Hameed saheb’s dream to bring the Muslim girls into the mainstream of education. It was his deep desire to give to the society an institute that would follow an education system, futuristic in form and content, and that which would preserve the cultural heritage and integrate traditional wisdom with the emerging global trends. In 1973, Janab Hakeem Abdul Hameed founded Rabea Girls’ Public school in memory of his great visionary mother, Mohatarma Rabea Begum.
A small seed that Hakeem Sahab sowed in 1973 has now grown into a big fruiting tree. The school is today a proud senior secondary institute with a strength of over 2200 students and faculty of 96 qualified and committed members.The school is now housed in three well planned buildings.