Sahiwal is one of the prominent cities of Southern Punjab, at a distance of about 180 kilometers from Lahore. It is the biggest city between Lahore and Multan. The soil of this area is very fertile. The principal crops of the area are sugarcane, wheat, cotton, corn, legumes and oil seeds. Sahiwal is twinned with the town of Rochdale in the Greater Manchester, north of England.
Sahiwal is a thickly populated city and there were growing demands of the hardworking students and their motivated parents for the establishment of an institution to impart quality education in science and commerce. Consequently, the management of Punjab Colleges established a new institution at Pakpattan Road, Sahiwal. The college campus is fairly spacious, purpose-built and air- conditioned providing a peaceful learning atmosphere not previously available in this locality. There is unprecedented state-of-the-art computer laboratory and nicely furnished Biology, Chemistry and Physics laboratories equipped with the latest equipment. Content-based animations in the subject of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics are employed for concept-oriented learning. The faculty members are highly qualified, experienced and quality conscious. The College is affiliated with the Board of Intermediate and Secondary ducation, Multan.
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