Bahria College Islamabad

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Bahria College Islamabad
Established 1986
Founder Pakistan Navy
Location Islamabad, Pakistan
33°43′15″N 73°02′00″E / 33.72083°N 73.03333°E / 33.72083; 73.03333Coordinates: 33°43′15″N 73°02′00″E / 33.72083°N 73.03333°E / 33.72083; 73.03333
Nickname BCI
Affiliations CIE, FBISE

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.[citation needed]

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.[1]

It provides education to students from kindergarten up to the HSSC/A level,And having three sections,Montessori section, primary section and secondary section. Each section is headed by a vice principal.[citation needed]

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.[citation needed]

It has well equipped labs and libraries, play grounds, a large stadium, a large hall and operates its own bus fleet.[citation needed]

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  1. ^ "Bahria College Islamabad - Google Maps". 1970-01-01. Retrieved 2013-05-30.