Cadet College Pishin

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Cadet College Pishin
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Location
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Coordinates23°39′50.51″N 69°10′41.52″E / 23.6640306°N 69.1782000°E / 23.6640306; 69.1782000Coordinates: 23°39′50.51″N 69°10′41.52″E / 23.6640306°N 69.1782000°E / 23.6640306; 69.1782000
Information
TypeCadet College
MottoThe Builders Of National Integration
Established31 March 2008; 12 years ago (2008-03-31)
Oversightste
Faculty18
Grades7th - 12th
Number of students~248
Houses2
Color(s)Sky Blue
Website

Cadet College Pishin is a Cadet College located in the city of Pishin in Balochistan, Pakistan. It is operated by the Pakistan Army Retired Colonel and feeds the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul. The college is one of newly born Cadet Colleges in Balochistan.

History[edit]

Cadet College Pishin was inaugurated on 31 March 2008 by the Colonel Syed Iftikhar Ahmed (TI Military) at Cadet College Mastung. Officially the Charge of Cadet College Pishin was handed over to its 1st Principal Prof. Nasim Ahmad on 6 March 2009 who inducted the 2nd intake of 30 students and the new staff. Staff and Stuff of both the Colleges Cadet College Killasaifullah Nasae and Pishin were shifted to Cadet College Killasaifullah Nasae campus for commencement of new session on 17 April 2010 for one year.

Cadet College, Pishin has already commenced training activities in the home district of Pishin. The government had handed over the building of Afghan Education Complex for Afghan Refugees in Pishin district to the Cadet College for this purpose in the beginning of 2010. Cadet College Pishin is located on the Pishin Road which leads to Quetta in the south and Pishin in the north. It is 58 km from Quetta and 8 km from Pishin. It is spread over an area of about 168 acres. Initially the classes were started in Cadet College Mastung. Later both Cadet College Pishin and Cadet College Killasaifullah were managed at Killa Saifullah. However, in March 2010 Cadet College Pishin was finally shifted to the present building. Presently “Alhamd o Lillah” the Cadet College Pishin is now progressing to a bright future.

Academics[edit]

Up to Secondary Level, the College provides uniform science education, the medium of instruction being English. At Higher Secondary Level the students are offered the following combinations, in addition to compulsory subjects:

  • Pre-Engineering: Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics
  • Pre-Medical: Physics, Chemistry and Biology

Achievements[edit]

When the pioneer batch appeared in SSC-I exam held under BISE QTA, the college got the second position among all institutions of Balochistan. Since then, it has maintained its position and even improving it.

Cadet life[edit]

The students are called cadets. Cadets take part in sports such as cricket, football, volleyball. Personal fitness activities include Practical Training and running. Physical training (PT) is conducted in the morning and sports in the evening. Cadets are taught drill in 7th class.

Admissions[edit]

Admission in this College is done only once in a year in Class VII. Application are invited till 2nd Last Week of December every year.

Class 7th Admissions:

An open competitive examination through NTS comprising One paper (Mathematics, English, G. Science and Urdu-Islamiyat etc.) get held in the month of January every year. The Course for the paper is of 6th Class.

Fee Structure:

Fee per Annum is Rs. 50,000/- (This is to be paid into Two Installments in March and August every year @Rs. 25,000/- each installment). Cadets attending appearing in Sam-in-man will pay January - July.

Hostels (Wings)[edit]

The College is subdivided into 2 wings.

Wings Named after
Omar Caliph Hazrat Omar
Haider Caliph Hzarat Ali (whose epithet was 'Haider')

Principals[edit]

  • Prof: CH.Nasim Ahmed (6 March 2009 - 30 June 2010)
  • Mubashar A. Zafar (1 July 2010 - 30 April 2013)
  • Col Abdul Hannan SI(M)-(1 May 2013 - 5 August 2014)
  • Prof: Muhammad Hashim Khan Tareen (6 August 2014 - 4 November 2015)
  • Lt COL(R) Touseef Kamal Dhoodhi (5 November 2015 - To date)

See also[edit]