CCG to be best Asia’s institution


Karachi—Sindh Chief Minister, Syed Qaim Ali Shah, has said that he wants to see Cadet College Gadap (CCG) as one of the best educational institutions not only in Pakistan but also in Asia. “This is the reason that I have made Corps Commander Karachi as Chairman of its board of Governors, “ he stated while presiding over the Board of Governors meeting of Cadet College Gadap held at the CM House on Friday.
Those who attended the meeting include Senior Minister for Education Nisar Khuhro, Corps Commander Ka-rachi Naveed Mukhtar Chairman, Chief Secretary Siddique Memon, GOC Major General Shahzad Naeem Vice Chairman, Secretary Education Fazal Pechuho, Secretary Finance Sohail Rajput, Commander Log Brigadier Maz-har Iqbal Kyani, and others.
The CM said that Cadet College Gadap project has been launched in rural area of Karachi with Rs 1.5 billion. The objective of the project is to groom talented students of rural areas so that they could join Pakistan Army. “This is why, the project has been handed over to Corps Commander Karachi Lt. General Naveed Mukhtar,” he said and added “ he is the man of commitment and can make the college one of the best institutions in Asia.”
Giving presentation, GOC Major General Shahzad Naeem said that the project stretches over 100 acres. It is located at a distance of 30 kilometers from Jinnah Terminal. It has residential complex and campus within the boundary wall. The administration block, two academic blocks, hostels, store rooms, cadet messes, science labs, four computer lab, library, auditorium, gymnasium, badminton hall, tennis court, swimming pool, staff residence, bachelors flats, staff club, hospital/dispensary, commercial area, canteen, mosque, parade ground, shooting range, cricket and hockey, football grounds and riding club are nearing completion.—APP

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