Bahria College, Islamabad
|Bahria College Islamabad|
|Principal||Commodore Azhar Majeed Khan|
Bahria College Islamabad, or BCI, is a college located in Islamabad, Pakistan. The foundation stone was laid by the Chief of Naval Staff Admiral Iftikhar Ahmed Sirohey on 6 December 1986 under the supervision of the Pakistan Navy.
The campus of the college is located in the heart of the capital city facing the panoramic Margalla Hills, located in Sector E-8, Naval Complex, Islamabad, Pakistan.
It provides education to students from kindergarten up to the HSSC/A level, having three sections, primary section, secondary section for boys and secondary section for girls. Each section is headed by a vice principal.
The discipline and events are held by the College council which consists of College Captain, Deputy College Captain, 4 House Captains and 10 Prefects. Among other notable posts are President Literary Society, President Debating Society, Sports Captain and Deputy Sports Captain.
It has well equipped labs and libraries, play grounds, a large stadium, a large hall and operates its own bus fleet.
- "Bahria College Islamabad - Google Maps". Maps.google.ae. 1970-01-01. Retrieved 2013-05-30.