Fazaia Degree College, Faisal

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Fazaia Degree College, Faisal
Location
Karachi, Sindh
Pakistan
Information
Motto Aim High
Established 1953
Principal Air Commodre (retd.) Bin Yameen Saleem
Grades Prep-12
Athletics Basketball, Cricket, Hockey, Soccer
Students to teacher ratio 1:40

Fazaia Degree College, Faisal (formerly PAF Shaheen School and PAF Degree College) is operated by Pakistan Air Force located in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. The college is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) under which it conducts the Board Examination of Matriculation (SSC) and Intermediate (HSSC or FSC).

The directorate of education Pakistan Air Force Air Headquarters controls the chain of Fazaia colleges. Fazaia colleges are spread all over Pakistan.

Administration and staff[edit]

  • Principal: Air Commodre (retd) Bin Yameen Saleem
  • Vice Principal: Prof. Qazi Naeem Alam
  • Coordinator (College Section): Prof. Laila Sarfaraz
  • Headmistress (Secondary Section): Nusrat Sultana

Student life[edit]

The college promotes sports and social activities. The dramatics club, the art society, the Naat Qirat competition, Zonal, etc. are among the social activities of the college.

The college has latest equipment in the computers, biology, physics and chemistry laboratories. The sports facilities consist of a basketball court and a football field. There are sports grounds and separate cafeterias for girls and boys.

Facilities[edit]

Medical[edit]

For medical care, the college has a sick bay headed by a doctor with the necessary staff to assist.

Uniform[edit]

It is mandatory for students to be in the prescribed dress during college hours. Boys wear a light blue dress shirt with dark grey formal pants, and the girls wear a light blue shirt with white shalwar and duppatta.

Recreational activities[edit]

Picnics are arranged regularly. The students are taken to recreational spots around Karachi. A camping trip is annually made to PAF Museum, Aladin and Manora.

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