The year 2004 marks the "Golden Jubilee Celebrations" of
The college is spread over an area of about 98 acres. The buildings comprise a beautiful double-storeyed Education Block (Ayub Block), College Hall (Known as Naeem Hall, in memory of ex-cadet Capt. naeem Akhtar (Shaheed), six hostels called "Wings", two cadets' messes (known as Khatiani Hall and Hussain Shah Hall in memory respectively of ex-cadet Lt. Ahmed Farooq Khatiani Shaheed) and ex-cadet Lt. Hussain Shah (Shaheed), an Open Air Theatre (known as Abid Majid Theatre in memory of ex-cadet), a swimming pool, a sixteen bed Hospital, the Administrative Block, Library (N.D. Hasan Block), Computer Lab having 35 pentium based workstations operating in the Windows NT environment, a workshop, Cafeteria, Post Office, Intercom Exchange, a Hobbies Block, two beautiful squash courts (donated by Founder Principal Mr. Hugh Catchpole, a number of football, hockey, cricket, basketball grounds and a riding school. The college also has residential accommodation for the teaching and administrative staff.
For almost half a century a name has dominated and harboured a legacy of excellence that goes on. and on.
Cadet College Hasan Abdal is located about 50 kilometres from lslamabad. It is the first
Life of a Cadet at the College is very hectic. It is closely monitored and administered by the Faculty and the Military Staff. The daily routine has been specifically devised to drive the cadets to their full potential and develop punctuality, self discipline and the qualities of true leadership. All these aspects of training and education from curricular to extra curricular activities, are properly organised and defined in terms of time. The physical training is oriented towards preparing the boys for the armed forces. However they are free to pursue any field of study and take up any career after they leave the College.
The College has set high standards and glorious traditions during the past about years. Cadets excel in each examination of the local Board and have even achieved distinctions in
AIMS AND OBJECTIVES:
The aim of the College is to produce young men imbued with the ideals of lslarn, sound in body and mind and infused with the spirit of service to the nation. The aim is achieved through a program of all-round development of the student's personality; physically, intellectually and morally. The training is oriented to install self- discipline through elementary military training to serve various spheres of national life.
The total strength of Cadets is about 500. Every year 1 00 candidates including Pakistani candidates from abroad are selected through competitive examination. A badge of 100 students passes out every year. The college has well-qualified and experienced teaching staff.
The Old Abdalians have made their mark in various fields of life, as they are a source of pride for the