Tameer-e-Nau Public College
|تعمیر نو پبلک کالج|
|Motto||Wisdom is the base of my deen (religion) and knowledge is my power|
|President||Fazal Haq Mir (S.I)|
|Location||Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan|
|Campus||4.5 acres (0.5km²)|
|Colors||White shirt and Gray trousers|
Tameer-i-Nau Public College is an educational institution in the province of Balochistan, Pakistan. The campus is situated in the centre of the provincial capital city of Quetta. The Principal has been awarded the Sitara-e-Imtiaz for distinguished merit and national and international levels.
The college was established in July 1983 as an initiative of local people with the backing of a notorious pro-Saudi Wahabi Islamist party. Today it remains a non-commercial institution governed by a registered (dummy) body, Idara Tameer-i-Nau.
The Principal of Tameer-i-Nau public college, Fazal-Haq-Mir, in recognition of outstanding services has been awarded with Sitara-i-Imtiaz by the President of Pakistan. This is unusual for a provincial institution, because usually the medal is given to the person who has achieved excellence in his or her field at the national or international levels.
The institution is planning to transform its infrastructure into a university
The college building consists of eighteen lecture rooms; five Science laboratories, Principal's Office, conference hall, staff room, account office, gymnasium, Science room, library, Audio-Video room, playground and mosque.
The complex is spread over 4.5 acres (18,000 m2) Plans are use the surrounding 75 acres (300,000 m2) of land through an investment of Rs 530 million to establish a complex comprising a model school, girls high school, inter college, degree college, university and an IT institute.
Students wear uniform during college hours, which is white shirt and Navy-coloured trousers with black shoes, also a red neck tie. The winter uniform adds navy blue sweaters or navy blue blazers.