FG Intermediate College, Jhelum

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F.G. Intermediate College Jhelum Cantt
Established 2001
Academic affiliation
Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
and the Pakistan Army
Principal Muhammad Akbar Anjum (2004-present)
Students 500
Location Jhelum, Punjab, Pakistan
32°55′16″N 73°43′28″E / 32.92111°N 73.72444°E / 32.92111; 73.72444Coordinates: 32°55′16″N 73°43′28″E / 32.92111°N 73.72444°E / 32.92111; 73.72444
Campus Urban

The F.G. Intermediate College Jhelum Cantt is an educational institution in the city of Jhelum, Punjab province, Pakistan. It is located near St. John's Church in Gul Afshan Colony in the Jhelum Cantonment. The college was founded in August 2001 in the building of the FG Public School for Boys through the efforts of Major General Masood Aslam,[citation needed] who was the commander of the 23rd Infantry Division of the Pakistan Army at the time. The college offers intermediate-level courses[1] in pre-engineering, pre-medical and computer science.[citation needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Affiliated Institutions at HSSC Level". Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education. Archived from the original (DOC) on 2010-10-27. Retrieved 2010-10-12.