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CURRICULUM

CURRICULUM AND SYSTEM OF EDUCATION

The college follows the syllabus laid down by the Board of intermediate and Secondary Education Mardan. The medium of instruction is English. The subjects taught in the college at Middle level are Urdu, English, Islamiyat, Pakistan Studies, Mathematics, General Science and Computer Science. At a later stage, the college shall offer pre-medical and pre-engineering courses for intermediate level. The Science Laboratory is equipped with latest apparatus. Monthly tests and terminal examination are planned and conducted at regular intervals. Cadets' progress is assessed and a complete record of their academic performance and overall conduct is sent to their parents at the end of each term. A cadet failing twice in the same class is no longer retained in the college.


SPIRITUAL AND RELIGIOUS EDUCATION

Regular prayers, adherence to the Islamic code of life, honesty and truthfulness form the corner stone of religious motivation / grooming. Religious lessons are taught in the class rooms, morning assembly and through frequent pep talks and formal visits by recommended motivational speakers' from all walks of life. Prayer rooms have been established to facilitate cadets for individual as well as congregational prayers and Dars of Quran and Hadith.


TRAINING OUTCOMES
The Cadets are expected to exhibit the following character traits:-
  • Emotional Balance
  • Spiritual Depth and Insight
  • Social Sensitivity
  • Moral Courage
  • Intellectual height
  • Physical Agility

  • KEY FEATURES OF CURRICULUM
  • Focus over "21st Century Learning Skills"
  • Information technology integration in all subjects under study
  • Research and project based learning
  • Learner Centered’ teaching
  • Consideration and acknowledgement of multiple intelligence
  • Teaching for different learning styles ; 'Differentiated Instruction'
  • Rigorous assessment and feed back policy
  • Close and personalized monitoring of behavior and soft skills coaching
  • Integrated character education across the curriculum