New tech­ni­cal col­lege estab­lished in Rawalpindi

Pakistan Observer - - TWIN CITIES -

IS­LAM­ABAD—Pun­jab govern­ment has estab­lished a new col­lege in Rawalpindi to im­part tech­ni­cal ed­u­ca­tion to the lo­cal stu­dents.

“Govern­ment Col­lege of Tech­nol­ogy” has been estab­lished on Fa­rooq-e-Azam road at Shamsabad near Di­vi­sional Pub­lic School. At present, there is no tech­ni­cal col­lege in the area in govern­ment sec­tor.

Talk­ing to Ra­dio Pak­istan, the prin­ci­ple of the col­lege, Changez Hus­sain said that three-year diploma classes in the col­lege will start af­ter an­nounce­ment of met­ric re­sults.

He said the col­lege of­fers four tech­nolo­gies at the mo­ment in three year cat­e­gory, in­clud­ing Elec­tri­cal, Auto and Diesel, Civil and Air Con­di­tion­ing.

More­over, nine cour­ses of nine year du­ra­tion, seven of six months and three of three months du­ra­tions will also be started, he added. The prin­ci­pal said the classes in the col­lege are ex­pected to start from first of Septem­ber this year.—APP

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