2500 students studying in Attock Govt college

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More than 2500 students (girls and boys) are studying in different classes from Ist year to master level in Govt Post Graduate College Attock where highly qualified faculty is available for these students. Principal Professor Majid Bhatti said this while talking to journalists at his office.

He said that at present more than 2500 students are studying in Pre Engg, Pre Medical, ICS, BS (English, Economics, Maths, Physics and Chemistry), and MSc (Chemistry, Physics, Maths ) and MA (English ) and these students are being given provided free of cost quality education by PhD and M Phil professors.

Professor Majid said, the college has Bio, Chemistry, Computer Science and Physics labs fulfilling our needs upto some extent while the college also has a library having large number of books on different topics.

Talking about the teaching staff he said that at present the college has 63 professors against the sanctioned posts of 109 however efforts are being made to impart quality education despite of shortage of teaching staff. He said, the college is also facing acute shortage of classrooms and at least 20 additional class rooms are needed to meet requirement. While talking about the ratio of girls and boys students in the college he said that at master level and BS level 80% are girls. Professor Majid said, special attention is being given to character building of the students and specially attention is being given to punctuality and turn out of the students while cell phones are completely banned.

While talking about pick and drop facility he said that at present college has only one bus facilitating more than 70 students coming from Hazro and said that at least one more bus is needed. Co Curricular/sports activities are also being given due importance and Table Tennis, Cricket, Football, Basketball, dramatic club and literary society. While talking about security arrangements he said that govt has provided no security guards and security duties are being performed by other non teaching staff.

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