Bahria College Karachi

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Bahria College Karachi
بحریہ کالج کراچی
BCK NORE 1 LOGO.jpg
Type Private
Established 1986
Principal Captain Zaheer Ahmad
Location Karachi, Pakistan
Nickname BCK
Affiliations CIE, FBISE, Karachi Board

Bahria College Karachi(Urdu: بحریہ کالج کراچی ‎), commonly abbreviated as BCK, is a college in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Bahria College was founded by the Pakistan Navy. The college offers education till College Level. College is being affiliated with Karachi Board, CIE and Federal Board. Karachi Board is only being followed till Fsc Level.

A view of Bahria College Karachi

History[edit]

The foundation of this college was laid on 30 August 1986 by Admiral I.A. Sirohey NI (M), S.Bt. the then Chief of Naval Staff. In 1995, the Cambridge Section of the college was formed and only Ordinary Levels of Cambridge University were offered. Later, Advanced Level courses of the Cambridge University were introduced.

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It provides education to students from kindergarten up to the HSSC/A level, having Six sections; junior section, primary section, Cambridge Section, Navy Height Section, secondary section for boys and secondary section for girls. Each section is headed by a vice principal.

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Coordinates: 24°53′03″N 67°05′56″E / 24.8843°N 67.0989°E / 24.8843; 67.0989