Nixor College

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Nixor college
Karachi, Sindh
Karachi, Sindh
Pakistan Pakistan
Type Coeducational, independent, selective
Established 2008
Dean Nadeem Ghani
Director Nasir Ghani
Age 16 to 19
Enrollment 1000+
Average class size circa 50
Campus C-59 Khayaban-e-Shaheen, Phase VI, DHA, Karachi, Pakistan
Houses Tiger Sharks
Leopard Sharks

White and Red

Mascot Shark
Affiliation British Council
The College Board
Alumni Sharks

Nixor College is an independent English-medium school for GCE A Levels in D.H.A, Karachi, Pakistan. It was founded in 2008 by Nasir Ghani and a group of teachers.


The admission process of Nixor requires students who wish to apply early to fill out an online form with a personal essay on a topic after which follows an interview. From then students are either selected or given conditional offers. Students can also apply after finishing O'levels within a certain time limit based on availability.There are certain requirements which a student needs to fulfill.


Nixor offers a wide range of subjects: Accounts, Art, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, Further Mathematics, Gender Studies, General Studies, Geography, Law, Literature, Mathematics, Media Studies, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, Urdu, and World History. It also provides accelerated A level courses in which a course of a two-year syllabus is completed in one.

Financial aid[edit]

Nixor College offers both need-based and merit-based scholarships. The criteria for merit scholarships includes leadership, academics, and sports.

Extra-curricular activities[edit]

Nixor College offers many for extra-curricular activities ranging from debating to sports. Nixor also has a Teaching Assistance Program. Extra curricular activity includes initiatives such as Nixor Student Government and the Nixor Corporate segment. In Nixor Student Government, one of the aspects students are responsible for is managing the school cafeteria, and hire, manage, train, and fire their own staff and vendors. Students also select their own menus and items to carry and run the school's cafeteria. Income from these efforts enable the student government to run social welfare programs.


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