The greater investment of any nation is the Human Resource Development, Which enable the young generation to face the challenges of future. To achieve this objective, there is a need to provide a system of carefully designed and supervised education, enabling them to confidently face the challenges during the new millennium.
Cadet Colleges are special institutions which aim to produce student capable of leading the country and also act as skilled Army Offices. These institutions were primarily constructed by the then Pakistan government officials is accordance with the Public School of England. At the very beginning these were built in East Pakistan. The first fully fledged residential cadet college was built in Hasanabad, Punjab in 1954. Cadet colleges run on the direct supervision of the Armed Forces.
Punjab Cadet Colleges:
Cadet College Hasanabdal:
In the first Cadet College in Pakistan established in 1954 by the Government of the Punjab at the initiative of then the Commander in Chief, Pakistan Army, originally to serve as a feeder institution to the service academies.
Cadet College Jhelum:
Cadet College Jhelum is an established military prep school located in jhelum, Pakistan. The school is about 4 km from the prosperous city of Dina. The cadet college offers its students a choice of streams, offering Pakistani stream higher education as well as GCE O and A level Qualifications.
Cadet College Lahore:
Cadet College Lahore is an upcoming missionary institution launched with the prime objective to build the nation builders of tomorrow. In a era where discipline is wanting in every sphere of life and more so in education, the need for such institutions ever be on the increase.
Cadet College Kallar Kahar:
Cadet College Kallar kahar was set up in 1997 in a rural environment. The aim was to provide quality education to the boys and prepare them of the secondary and intermediate levelexam.The College enjoys the permanent affiliation with the board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Rawalpindi.
Cadet College Murree:
Pakistan Cadet School and College an established military prep school located in Murre, a hill station town in the vicinity of the north Punjab, Pakistan. The main objective of the College is to prepare Cadets for Secondary and Intermediate Examination conducted by Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islambad.
Sindh Cadet Colleges:
Cadet College Petaro:
Cadet College Petaro was the second Cadet College in the country after Hasan Abdal, to be established initially at Mirpurkhas in 1959. Cadet College Pataro is residential institution; It is located some two kilometers off the right bank of the river Indus, 30 kilometer away from Hyderabad on Indus Highway (Jamshoro Dadu Road).
Cadet College Sanghar:
Cadet College Sanghar was founded in 1990. It was intended to be located in Sanghar city, but it was built in Jam Nawaz Ali. Cadet College Sanghar is the fourth Cadet College in the province of Sindh. Originally the school was under civilian administration, but since 2000 it has been under the command and control of Pakistan Navy.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Cadet Colleges:
Cadet College Kohat:
Cadet College Kohat is a military high school for boys grades eight through twelve. The high school is located in the outskirrts of kohao, Pakistan. In Pakistan Cadet Colleges were introduced by late Field Marshal, Muhammad Ayub Khan and these were established at Hasanabdal, Kohat and Petaro.
Karnal Sher Khan Cadet College Swabi:
The Cadet College is dedicated to Captain Karnal Sher Khan Shaheed. Education system has an important role in achieving the goal of a progressive, moderate and democratic Pakistan. In pursuance of the goal the inauguration of Captain Karnal Sher Khan (Shaheed) Nishan-e-Haider Cadet College Swabi symbolizes in itself the resolve and commitment of both the government and Pakistan army.
Balochistan Cadet Colleges:
Cadet College Mastung:
Cadet College Mastung in 1976, the Federal Government extended help for establishing a Cadet College in Balochistan to Bring this Province at par with other provinces, thus providing equal opportunities to the talented and brighter students from Balochistan as well.
Military College Sui:
Military College Sui is a military school located in the town of sui in Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is owned and operated by the Pakistan Army and feeds the Pakistan military Academy, kakul.Military College Sui was inaugurated on 3 January 2011 by the Pakistan Army’s Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Pervez Kayani at Sui Cantonment after the Sui Cantonment was cantonment was converted into an education city of which military College Sui is a part