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Cadet College Fateh Jang
CCFJ
کیڈیٹ کالج فتح جنگ
إِنْ أُرِيدُ إِلَّا الْإِصْلَاحَ مَا اسْتَطَعْتُ
I Desire Naught Save Reform [Hud – 11:88 (Sura : 11, Verse 88) Al-Quran]
Address
Civil Hospital Road
Fateh Jang
Attock
Punjab

43350
Pakistan
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Information
Type Boarding School
Established August 19, 2001 (2001-08-19)
Founder Hafiz Mushtaq Ahmed Sipra (LATE)
School district Attock
Principal Commander ® Ameerudin Zafar(Pakistan Navy)
Employees 55
Grades 6 to 12
Gender boys
Age 12 to 18
Enrollment 300 Cadets
Medium of language [English]
Campus size 27.5 acres (11.1 ha)
Houses 6
Color(s)      Blue
Yearbook Dastak
Affiliation Rawalpindi Board
Alumni CCFJ Alumni
Urdu Name [کیڈیٹ کالج فتح جنگ]
time PST
Chairman Sahibzada Anwar Ahmed, Ex Dir, PAEC
Demonym Fatehian
Website

Cadet College Fateh Jang is a Military Prep School established in 2001 located in Fateh Jang, near New International Islamabad Airport, District Attock, Pakistan. It is on Civil Hospital Road near a Power plant.

The cadet college offers its students a choice of streams, offering both a Pakistani stream to higher education as well as GCE O level and A level qualifications along with ISSB training for recruitment in the Armed forces of Pakistan. Spread over area of more than 220 kanals, there are six houses in the college served by numerous facilities, including one mess hall, one auditorium, three hostel blocks, two academic blocks, one mosque, one swimming pool, various sports facilities, one cafeteria, and one medical unit. With a capacity of accommodation numbering 350 cadets, students from all across Pakistan reside at the school.

HousesEdit

To efficiently manage the system, Cadet College is divided in following six administrative wings/houses to provide independent hostels and playgrounds facilities to the Cadets.

Colours House Named after
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Navy Blue Roomi Jalāl ad-Dīn Muhammad Rūmī
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Purple Nishtar Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar
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Grey Sir Syed Syed Ahmad Khan

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ReferencesEdit

Specific
  1. http://www.ccf.edu.pk/administration/houses/

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