Army Public Schools And Colleges System (Education)

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Army Public Schools & Colleges System is an educational institution with branches located in the four provinces of Pakistan. There are a total of 36 branches in the whole country. There are warm and south regions in Pakistan.[1]APS  Introduction
  • Details
  • Motto:

    "I shall rise and shine"

  • In Urdu:

    آرمی پبلک سکول اور کالج‎

  • Type:

    Army School; Semi-private, preparatory

  • Established:

    1975

  • School board:

    FBISE, CIE and Edexcel.

  • Number of Schools:

    141

  • School Board:

    Army Public Schools & Colleges System (APSACS)

  • Chancellor:

    Dr. Abdul Basit

  • APS Peshawar Principal:

    Tahira Qazi

  • APS Jehlum Principal:

    Saeed Rashid

  • Vice Chancellor:

    Professor Noshad A Shaikh

  • Academic staff:

    9,899

  • Education system:

    SSC, HSSC and GCE

  • Students:

    10,000+.....

  • Language:

    English medium

  • Classes offered:

    O and AS/A level, Matriculation

  • Average class size:

    45

  • Pupils:

    APSACIANS

  • Gender:

    Mixed with separate sections for males and females in most schools.

  • Years offered:

    3-4 to 18-19

  • Grades:

    5 to 12

  • Accreditation:

    SSC, HSSC and GCE

  • Location:

    Army Public College Faisal, Block-B, SMCHS, Karachi. Landmarks : Army Public School, Faisal Block-B, FTC City : Karachi

  • Nickname:

    APS

  • Houses:

    Unity , Faith , Discipline,Tolerance

  • Colors :

    Black, White , Blue

  • Affiliation:

    Central Board of Secondary Education

  • Website:

    http://www.apsacssectt.edu.pk/

APS House System

APS Location On Map
APS Location On Map
In the APSACS, House System is being created largely for the purpose of competition. The traditional school sports day will be an inter-house competition. Debating competitions and charity drives or community services will be organized along inter-house lines. Merit points for behavior and academic achievement will also be totaled up for comparison between houses. Pupils may be assigned to Houses based on their performance, ability and talent with the aim of forming equilibrium between the Houses in order to increase competition. Traditionally, however, once a pupil has been assigned to a House, any younger siblings he or she has will automatically become members of that House when they arrive at the school. (This tradition sometimes extends to the children of former pupils.) One notable feature of the APSACS House system is the nomination and election, or appointment, of House captains for the junior, middle and senior school, whose job it is to rally fellow House-members and to pick individuals for team events with the assistance of House Coordinators (in case of a school with a limited strength one House Captain from the senior section for each House will be elected).[2] APS House System

About Us

Army Public School
Army Public School

Vision

"Investing in success for all students ".

Mission

"Provide exemplary educational programs of international standards that inspire and prepare all students for success in global environment at affordable costs".

Background

Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs. APSACS Secretariat, acts as a central resource which provides guidance in all technical aspects of education to all schools throughout the year. It serves as a nerve centre of the system by regulating communication and coordination amongst schools. A total number of 147 + 5 (denotified) Schools (the number is increasing with registration of new schools all the time) operate under the jurisdiction of the APSACS Secretariat through a setup of 11 Regional Offices. The Secretariat prepare all academic programmes related to educational planning, Based on Curriculum, selection of textbooks to meet the learning outcomes, Weekly Syllabus Breakups and Examination Paper are sent to each school through these regional offices). Academic, Training and Evaluation calendars, all record keeping registers, student dairies and notebooks etc are designed and dispatched from the Secretariat. Weekly syllabus Breakups with guidelines for lesson planning, assessment, policies. projects, time and classroom management are provided to all schools. APSACS Secretariat has an elaborate training program, which schedules training workshops for teachers, middle and senior school leaders, school management and Regional Coordinators. Extensive training is being provided each year to train teachers about state-of-the-art teaching methodologies, and Assessment policies and other Curriculum Based and Book Based training. APSACS Secretariat has a strong team of highly skilled educationists, with experience in teaching and school staff management, The three main work domains where the Secretariat is assisting the schools are Curriculum Planning & Development, Assessment & Examinations and Teachers Training. To meet the ever-increasing demand of constant research in educational planning, Computer Research and Resource Department has been set up in the Secretariat. To ensure quality and standardization, a Review and Quality Assurance Department has also been set up which reviews all publications and material being sent. The Secretariat has an Information Technology Department which has developed an indigenous software, APSACS Management Software, which is weaving the APSACS schools into a network of standardized procedures, information sharing & providing a data base. APSACS website provides a resource for teaching and learning as well as a forum for parents to become a part of the learning triangle. APSACS Values Education Programme focuses on global citizenship emotional well being and developing better human beings who can contribute in creating a conflict free world based on peace & harmony.[3] APS Vision

Programmes

  1. Bibliophiles READ Programme
  2. Handshake Programme
  3. Values Education Programme - Year of Peace & Harmony 2013-14
  4. CLIC - Computer Literacy Introductory Course
  5. Double CLIC - Advanced Computer Literacy Introductory Course[4] APs About Programmes

Visitors Facilitation

Greatest Contribution of APSACS Secretariat is uniformity in Subject and pace of teaching facilitates transfer cases of Students. No emotional or Financial Trauma is felt. Report cards and Assessments are carried forward to the next school. Since examination papers are centralized and schedules are uniform across the system, students moving before/during an exam can continue the examination at another station. Result based on overall aggregates is given to students who miss assessments/examinations due to unforeseen circumstances. Short Term Migration is available to students who move for a limited time.[5] APS Faciliation to student

APSACS System has been divided into 11 Regions

MANGLA 1 CORPS No. of Schools 6

  1. Regional Director (RD) : Prof Dr Syed Waqar Ali
  2. Office Tel # : +92 5444- 288165 , 8031-33308
  3. Email: rcmangla@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:List of Schools:
1Garrsion Academy KharianThe school was established as Toddlers' Nursery under the patronage of HQ 6 Armoured Div in 1970. It was raised to Class VIII level in 1986, and renamed as Kehkashan Academy . In 1990, the school was raised to Secondary Level and came to be known as APS. The School was further elevated to Higher Secondary level in August 1996. It was renamed as Garrison Academy Kharian, in May 2000.Tel # : 8211-36325 , +92 53 9240263
2APS&C KharianAPS&C Kharian Cantt was established in December 1981 as Naunihal Nursery on self -help basis. The main aim was to provide free basic education to the wards of JCOs / soldiers of 17 Division and other formations as a welfare measure. Initially, the school was upto Class II and later Class III was added in 1989. In 1991, the school was raised to Class V and was registered as ‘Army Junior Public School' in 1992. It was further upgraded to Secondary School level and was renamed in 1998 as Jinnah Army Public School. However, in 2004, the school was finally named as Army Public School. In 2006, this school was further upgraded to the College level as ‘Army Public School & College'. The institute has a well designed infrastructure with separate blocks for Pre, Junior, Middle and Senior Classes.Tel # : +92 53 7612000 , 8211-36327
3APS&C GujranwalaAPS&C Gujranwala Cantt was established in 1978 under the name of Little Angel's Nursery School. In 1980, it was renamed Kehkashan Nursery School and was housed in a D type Bungalow. It was raised to Primary level in 1987, Secondary School Certificate Level in 1991, and then subsequently to Intermediate Science College in 1994. The College was renamed Army Public School & College in October, 2001after its registration with the APSACS. APS & C Gujranwala Cantt is affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad .Tel # : 8200-33140,055-3863075
4APS&C ManglaAPS&C Mangla was established in 1979 as Kehkeshan Nursery and school. It was upgraded to Matric level in 1988 as APS and subsequently to college level in 2003.Tel # : 8031-36320 , 0544-288169
5APS Salik Shaheed Camp Bong ManglaAPS Salik Shaheed Camp was established on 14 th Feb 2009 on self –help basis. The main aim was to provide free basic education to the wards of JCOs / Sldrs of 101 AD Bde. It started up to Grade III and later on it was upgraded to class V.Tel # : 8031-32281
6APS Jarikas AKPG-XTel # :

MULTAN 2 CORPS No. of Schools 6

Regional Director (RD) : Lt Col (R) Javed Akhtar GillaniOffice Tel # : 8300-32213Email: rcmultan@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APS&C Boys MultanKahkeshan Army Public School was initially established as an early Primary school in 1976 with the aim of providing quality education to the children of army personnel. Gradually it progressed to Middle level and then in 1997 it was upgraded to SSC level. In 2005, the school was divided into three wings i.e. Junior Wing, Girls Wing and Boys Wing. In 2008, a new name was given to the institution i.e. Army Public School & College Multan, and it was split into three full fledged independent schools named as APS Juniors Multan, APS&C Girls Multan and APS&C Boys Multan, and to date is progressing as such.Tel # : +92 61 9201095
2APS&C Girls MultanKehkeshan Army Public School , Playgroup level, was established in 1976 with the aim of providing quality education to the children of Army personnel. Gradually, it progressed to Middle Level and was upgraded to SSC level in 1997. In 2005, it was split into three Wings i.e. Junior Wing, Girls Wing and Boys Wing. In 2008, it was split into three full fledged independent schools now known as AJPS Multan, APS&C Girls Multan and APS&C Boys, Multan . The new name given to this institution was Army Public School and College Multan, and till date is progressing as such.Tel # : +92 61 9201555 , 8300- 32215
3APS Junior MultanArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : +92 61 4783161
4APS Choti DG KhanIn DG Khan, the Army Cantonment was established in 2006. Since, Cantonment is at a distance from the main city, APS Choti was established inside the Cantonment area to facilitate the wards of Army personnel. Initially, the school was housed in a temporary building and was up till Primary level with eleven faculty members and sixty students. The school got its affiliation with APSACS in January 2007 and in the same year Classes VI – VII commenced. In 2009 and 2010 the school was upgraded to Matric level. The school was shifted to its present custom-built campus in 2010.Tel # : 8300-32531 , 8300-32530 , +92 64 2505019
5GA MultanTel # : 061-4581288
6APS Abdul HakimArmy Public School Abdul Hakim is located in the cantonment area, at Faisalabad Road near the Sidhnai Gate of Abdul Hakim Cantonment. APS Abdul Hakim was established in 1990 as Station Nursery. It was registered with Army Education Directorate, General Headquarters Rawalpindi as Army Public School Primary Level. In 2000, the school was upgraded to Middle Level. A new building was constructed by 176 Brigade Battalion Engineers and completed in March 2003. The school was shifted to the new building in April 2003 and raised to Secondary Level in the same year. The school is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad SSC since Session 2003-04Tel # :  +92 65 2442470 , 8300-38179

LAHORE 4 CORPS No. of Schools 13

  1. Regional Director (RD) : Ms. Shahla Rasheed
  2. Office Tel # : +92 42 99221124 , +92 42 99220237
  3. Email: rclahore@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1Garrison Academy for Boys LahoreGarrison Academy Boys was built on Government land granted to the O' Dwyer Trust. The foundation stone was laid by Lt Gen Sardar FS Lodhi in June 1983. Classes began in April 1984 and were upgraded to GCE ‘O' Level in April 1992. In March 2003 it was bifurcated into Garrison Academy Boys (VI onwards) & Garrison Junior Academy (Playgroup to Class V). GCE ‘A' Level Classes commenced in Sept 2005. In October 2005, it came into the fold of the APSACS Secretariat.Tel # : +92 42 36680434 , +92 42 99220749
2Garrison Academy for Girls LahoreLieutenant General Humayun Khan Bangash, Commander 4 Crops being committed to the cause of female education, fully realized the necessity of a model English medium school for girls in Lahore Cantonment. During his tenure, as Patron Lahore Garrison Educational System, he handed over some available land from the Ordnance Estate to LGES in Oct 1993 and expressed his desire that a Girls Academy be constructed and made functional at the earliest. Thus, within a short span of six months LGES after pooling all its resources was able to commence classes in Garrison Academy for Girls from Prep to Class III with an intake of 57 students on 19 th March 1994. The Girls Academy had the honour of being officially inaugurated by its founder, Lieutenant General Humayun Khan Bangash on 04 January 1995. Presently, the Academy has Class II to Class X / O Level and A Level. The Girls Academy was declared the Best Institution by Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad in 2007.Tel # : +92 42 99220752 , +92 42 99220730
3APS Garrison Junior Academy LahoreAPS Garrison Junior was established in March 1954. The name was changed to Cantonment Public High School for Girls in 1962. The school acquired its present name ‘Army Public School Garrison Junior' in 1983. It is a feeder school for Azam Garrison and Garrison Boys High School. The school is housed in an old building with beautiful lawns and a separate block for administrative offices.Tel # : +92 42 99220753
4APS&C for Girls Azam Garrsion LahoreThe foundation stone of Army Public School & College for Girls (Azam Garrison) was laid by Lt. General (R) Azam Khan, GOC 10 Div in 1950 with the objective of providing educational facilities to the children of Army personnel as well as civilian residing in the Cantonment. Initially it was a Primary school, later it was raised to High School. In 1983, it was upgraded to the status of an Intermediate College for Girls. In 1990, the college was further upgraded to Degree Level. In the same year, the high school was separated from college classes and is administratively managed as a separate institution since then.Tel # : +92 42 99220772, +92 42 99220770
5Garrison Boys Secondary School & Inter College LahoreGarrison Boys High School and Intermediate College is a premiere institution of Lahore Garrison Education System. The foundation of Army Public School ( Azam Garrison ) was laid down by Maj. Gen Azam Khan in 1950. GBHS was established in 1963 when Azam Garrison was bifurcated so as to have separate School for Boys and Girls. The institution started with 161boys while staff members were only 7. Now there are 78 teachers for 1380 students. Recently the Boys School has been upgraded to the Intermediate Level and it has been named as Garrison Boys High School & Intermediate College .Tel # : +92 42 99220759
6APS&C Mahfooz Shaheed Garrsion LahoreThe school was established in 1980 as a primary school. It was upgraded to SSC Level in 1995 and Cambridge level in 2005. From 1998 to 2004 it remained under the control of 10 Div and till to-date, it is being managed by LGES Sectt.Tel # : +92 42 36639678
7APS&C Chunian CanttAPSACS Chunian was established as a Primary School ( Iqra Garrison School ) by an Infantry Battalion and upgraded in 1986 as a Middle School. In 1989 it was named as Army Public School and got registration with Education Department in 1990. In 1994 the school established its Pre School , Junior Section and Senior Section. In 2000 the school started working as an intermediate school and re-named as Army Public School and College. A separate Girls Middle Section was added in September 2011. In 2011 the College got its affiliation with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.Tel # : +92 49 4310001 , 8222-32222
8APS Garrison Junior Academy LahoreIn 1983, Garrison Academy for Boys was established at Sir Micheal O' Dwyer's Trust Land by Lt. General Sardar F. S. Lodhi, the then Corps Commander. The need to separate the Junior Section and place it under an independent Principal was felt because of the growing size of the Academy. Garrison Junior Academy took off as an independent school on 10 th March 2003. It is now a full fledged elementary school. This institution is now a feeder for the Girls and Boys Academies . Boys are admitted to Play Group and remain up to Class V.Tel # : +92 42 99220753
9Garrison Academy Jnr (Sarwar Shaheed) (Evening)On 12 th June 1983, Lt .Gen F.S Lodhi, Commander 4 Corps, laid the foundation stone of Garrison Academy , Lahore Cantt, later to be renamed as Garrison Academy for Boys. In March 2003, it was felt that the Academy should be bifurcated into two wings, the Primary Section to be called Garrison Junior Academy , and Senior wings as Garrison Academy for Boys. Later, due to the ever-increasing number of students, it was felt that the academy should start a second shift. As per the direction of the Patron, Commander 4 Corps Lt. Gen Shifat Ullah Shah, to facilitate the defence personnel and to meet the admission demand of the civilians, evening session was started in the premises of Garrison Junior Academy on 20 th November 2006. Garrison Academy Junior, Sarwar Shaheed Campus, took off as an independent school on 18 th August 2008. A year later, the need to separate the Junior Section and the Senior Section was felt because of the growing size of the Academy. Now Garrison Academy Junior Sarwar Shaheed Campus comprises of Pre and Junior School with 1693 students.Tel # : +92 42 36685614
10Garrison Academy (Cambridge Study)Tel # : +92 42 36684007-8
11Garrison Academy Senior (Tufail Shaheed) CampusGarrison Academy Tufail Shaheed Campus is a newly established institution under the umbrella of APSACS System patronized by 4 Corps. Situated in the heart of Lahore Cantonment, it is easily approachable from all areas of the city. Spread over an area of 17.35 acres, its lush green lawns and playfields adequately cater for the physical infrastructural and academic needs of the students. The students mostly belong to army background and families of the soldiers and JCOs with about one third of students' strength coming from civil background of the middle strata of the society.Tel # : +92 42 99220436
12Gar Academy Junior (Tufail Shaheed) CampusPG-VTel # : +92 42 37164941
13Gar Academy (Jnr) Chitral Lines LahorePG-VTel # : +92 42 37016879

KARACHI 5 CORPS No. of Schools 18

  1. Regional Director (RD) : Maj (R) Ghazanfar Abbas Qaisar Farooqui
  2. Office Tel # : 8500-32139 , +92 21 35680724
  3. Email: rckarachi@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APC Saddar karachiIn December 1994, a master plan was approved to develop APS Saddar as one of the leading educational institutions in Karachi and to compete with the traditionally reputed schools. Lieutenant General Lehrasab Khan HI (M), SJ, SBT took command of 5 Corps on 23 rd May, 1995. Despite his heavy commitments regarding internal security and operational matters, he afforded to extend kind attention towards the school's general well-being. Construction of a modern building and other supporting facilities commenced in February 1995 and was completed in a record time of 7 months, i.e. in September 1995. For the academic session 1995-1996, the school was upgraded to 8 th grade and then to O' level in June 1997. The first batch of 29 students passed O' level examinations in 1999. From then on there has been no looking back. Currently, the school houses a total of 2475 students and teaching staff of around 140. It accommodates classes from Preschool to Matric and O' level. The school comprises of a vast infrastructure, with two impressive buildings, one housing Preschool, Junior and classes IV-V of the Middle Section; the other accommodates students of the Middle and Senior Sections, O' level and Administration Block.Tel # : +92 21 32785757 , 8500-35620APC SaddarAPS Saddar (Evening) was established on 14 May 2009 in APS Saddar building with approval of Lt Gen (R) Shahid Iqbal, H.I (M) Comd 5 Corps. In the year 2009, classes were commenced from Prep to VII. The classes were re-organized from PG to VIII in the year 2010Tel # : 021-32780728, 021-32784481
2APS FaisalArmy Public School , Faisal, has completed its 17 th year of inception. On termination of lease contract of Army land, USAID building was taken over by HQ Signals 5 Corps in February 1995. APS Faisal was established on 23 rd April, 1995 with 250 students and 12x faculty members up to class VII in the vacant office block of USAID building. Existing sheds were renovated to make new classrooms as the school progressed between July 1995 and May 1999. Today, the school has 50x classes. There are spacious Science labs, separately for Physics, Chemistry & Biology and two Computer labs to cater for all classes from Prep to Class X. Presently, there are 1469x students, 4x Section Heads, 87x teachers, 29x non- teaching staff and 33x admin staff members. The school is affiliated with Federal Board of Secondary Education Islamabad. The APS is not only providing quality education to the wards of armed forces personnel but is also subsidizing their education through enrollment of civilian students.Tel # : +92 21 34548923 , +92 21 34528301
3APS (COD)The history of APS COD dates back to 1951, when it was being run by the missionary and was known as ‘St. Agnes and Ordnance Secondary School '. COD took charge of the school's administration in 1970 and named it as ‘ COD Public School '. In 2005, it got registered with the Army Public Schools and Colleges System (APSACS) and since then is called Army Public School – COD. The school also received its ISO 9001:2008 certification on April 09, 2010 as per the set assessment criteria and rules and conditions. Currently, it accommodates classes from Play Group to Matriculation and is spread over 5 acres of land, with all the adequate facilities of a modern school.Tel # : +92 21 35405752-3, 8500-36702-5 , +92 21 34581483
4APS&C Malir CanttAPS&C Malir was established in 1979 as Pre-school comprising of Nursery and Prep classes. In 1986, it was up-graded to the Middle level and was named as an Army Public School , facilitating co-education. The school was raised to the secondary level and was affiliated with FBISE in 1990. In August, 1998, the school was further upgraded to intermediate level, and the Cambridge Section (O' level) was initiated in 2009, which was granted affiliation with the CIE Board in 2012. The Senior Section and the College Section are affiliated with both FBISE (Federal Board) and BIEK (Board of Intermediate Education Karachi). Currently, the school accommodates classes from Play Group to XII and O' level.Tel # : +92 21 99247486 , 8511-32178
5APS SonmianiTel # : 8500-34135 , +92 21 99205826
6APS&C HyderabadIn April 1986 it was established as a Primary School, named as Garrison Cambridge School . In November 1986, it was renamed Roshan Garrison Cambridge School but later in 1987 the name of the school was changed to Army Mehran Garrison Academy . For the purpose of standardization and better Co-ordination, a chain of Army Public Schools was established in 1988 and this School was named as APS Hyderabad Cantt. In the year 2000 the level of the school was raised to Intermediate. O-Level was introduced in August 2003 and A- Level started in August 2004 and now the school is named as APS&C, Hyderabad Cantt.Tel # : +92 22 2782615-6 , 8512-33133
7APS&C BadinArmy Public School and College Badin Cantt was established as PAF Model School in September 1970 under the supervision of Pakistan Air Force. The School was taken over by the Army and renamed as Army Public School Badin. It was upgraded in 2002 to intermediate level and renamed as Army Public School & College. APS & C Badin was registered with APSACS in 2005. It is affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad as well as with Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE) Hyderabad , Sindh.Tel # : +92 29 7861211 , 8514-36603
8APS ChhorAPS Chhor was established in April 1993 with the aim to impart quality education to the wards & children of Army personnels as well as civilians. It is a co-education institution with English as the medium of instruction from PG to Matric. It also offers boarding facility for boys from class 4 th to matric. The school made a modest start under the adm of ADWS in temporary accommodation before shifting to its present campus in 1995. HQ 51 Bde is responsible for management of the school. The administrative responsibilities at present lie with 40 Punjab Regt. APS, Chhor has been affiliated with FBISE and BISE Mirpurkhas, for SSC Exams.Tel # : +92 23 8577097 , 8513-36303
9APS PetaroAPS Petaro was initially established in 1994 for Nursery to Class IV. It is located about 1.5 km south-east of Cadet College Petaro, in Pak Camp. In 2001, the school was upgraded to the secondary level. The school caters for the educational needs of the children of defence personnels as well as of civilians (depending on vacancies). It is a non-residential school. It has been affiliated with BISE Hyderabad , Sindh, since 2001, but now this affiliation is relinquished. The school is now affiliated with FBISE.Tel # : 8083-35822, +92 22  731409
10APS Junior Pano AqilArmy Public School , Pano Aqil Cantt, was established under the auspices of the General Officer Commanding 16 Div and was inaugurated as Junior School , on 1 st May, 1998 in a temporary accommodation. It was later on moved to its present location.Tel # : +92 71 5805545
11APS&C Pano AqilAPS&C Pano Aqil Cantt is a higher secondary institution, having classes from VI-XII. Established in 1991 as Intermediate College, it was initially known as APSIC (Army Public School and Intermediate College) and renamed as APC (Army Public College) in 1999. The college got affiliated with FBISE in 1991 and with BISE Sukkur in 2010. In 2009, classes VI and VII were shifted to APC which were re-shifted to APS Junior in April 2011. Since then, the institution was renamed as APS&C Pano Aqil, owing to the advent of special classes for Chamalang and OMV students. Moreover, classes VI and VII (started for OMV and Chamalang students) follow FG syllabus, while class VIII (A, B and D) functions under APSAC system. Owing to the peculiar scenario, having four different streams running in the institute i.e. H.S.S.C, S.S.C, APSACS and F.G (along with different educational boards), a shift in focus of administration is imminent, owing to which it is recommended that class VIII to be relocated to APS Junior Pano Aqil for effective administrative functioning.Tel # : +92 71 5680167 , 8400-36325
12APS&C Sukkur CanttLt. Gen. Leherasab Khan, the then Commander 5 Corps, substantiated the idea of an Army Public School in Sukkur on 3 rd April, 1997. The old fort of Sukkur with its historical richness and wide spread area was considered a suitable location for establishing the school. Its opening ceremony was formally performed by Lieutenant General (R) Moin-ud-din Haider, the then Governor of Sindh. In 2007-2008, APS Sukkur rose to college level, and was affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE); since then it is known as APS&C Sukkur.Tel # : +92 71  5628511
13APS&C Rahimyar KhanAPS&C Rahim Yar Khan was established as a pimary school on 24 th April 1977, upgraded to Matric level in 1979. HSSC classes commenced in 1991. It was initially affiliated with Bahawalpur Board and later in 1999 it was affiliated with the Federal Board.Tel # : +92 68 9230056 , 8411-32806
14APS Rahimyar Khan CanttTel # : 0685001679 , 8411-32401
15APS (SRC) HyderabadAPS SRC was established in February 1998 and its foundation stone was laid by the Prime Minister Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto on 25 September 1994. It was initially up to grade 5 class and gradually its level raised to Grade10. It is affiliated with Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Hyderabad since 2003. It is also registered with the Private School Directorate as per the requirement of Government of Sindh. The school is affiliated with APSAC system, in cat ‘A' after due process vide registration No. RGN/GHQ/11/2012 dated 25 April 2012. To facilitate all ranks of serving army personnel affiliation with Federal Board has also been obtained in Jan 2013. Classes VIII & IX of Federal Board will commence with effect from 22 April 2013 which will be expanded to X class (Matric) in April 2014. APS SRC provides academic as well as personal grooming to the students and ensures that the students become useful and motivated citizens. In a short span of one year APS SRC has progressed in all aspects and has obtained a prominent place in the APSACS family.Tel # : +92 22 3400808 , 8512-32144
16APS Gulmohar MalirTel # : +92 21 34409549
17APS South Campus MalirTel # : +92 21 99247486 , 021-34900185
18APS North Campus MalirTel # : +92 21 99247363

RAWALPINDI 1 10 CORPS No. of Schools 28

  1. Regional Director (RD) : Brig (R) Ahmed Faraz Khan
  2. Office Tel # : 8001-36017, +92 51 5415866
  3. Email: - rcrwp @apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APS&C (Boys) Westridge RwpArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : +92 51 5490059 , +92 51 9242482
2APS&C (Girls) Westridge RwpArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8000-32956 , +92 51 9237090 , +92 51 5490194
3APS Chaklala Garrison (Girls), RwpArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8001-32536 , +92 51 5415707
4APS Chaklala Garrison (Boys) , RwpArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : +92 51 5415707, 8001-32535
5APS&C Senior Wing JhelumArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : +92 54 49270210 , 8041-36320
6APS Junior Wing JhelumArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8041-36323 , 0544-9270425
7APS Montessori JhelumTel # : 0544-720182 , 8041-34020
8APS&C Jalal Pur JattanArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8042-35303 , +92 53 3598588
9APS&C MuzaffarabadArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8023-35031,8023-33322 , 05822-960404
10APS Gari DopattaArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05822-422799
11APS&C Bhimber (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8213-32015 , 05828-920107
12APS Kotli (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8044-33318 , 05826-920111
13APS Hajira (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05824-463657
  
14APS&C Bagh (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8026-36611 , 05823-920114
15APS&C Jutial (Gilgit)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05811-920447 , 8027-32487 , 05881-451927
16APS Astore (Gilgit)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05817-961182 , 8029-35328
17APS Bunji (Gilgit)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8027-33729 , 05811-964210
18APS Hayat Shaheed (Gilgit)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8027-33728 , 05811-450326
19APS&C Chinar MurreeArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8021-36321 , +92 51 3412505
20APS (Clifdden Camp) MurreeArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8021-119, 252 , +92 51 3412382
21APS Kailer (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8025-33334-3 , 05823-922506
22APS&C SkarduArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05815-960248-9 , 8028-36855
23APS Nikial (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8044-38614
24APS Khuiratta Valley (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 8044-33323/221 , 05826-414942
25APS&C Rawalakot (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05824-960043 , 8025-33342
26APS Barnala (AK)Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 05828-962007 , 8055-36612
27APS&C Sarai AlamgirArmy Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat serves as a central unifying body which ensures uniformity and standardization amongst branches of Army Public Schools and Colleges spread across Pakistan. The Secretariat provides strategic support to the System in Academic planning, Staff Development and training. Its goal is to develop Army Public Schools & Colleges into a leading education system which is completely standardized and capable of imparting child friendly futuristic learning and quality education at affordable costs.Tel # : 0544-650752
28APS KalriPG-VTel # :

PESHAWAR 11 CORPS No. of Schools 25

  1. Regional Director (RD) : Ms Juvairia Shahid
  2. Office Tel # : +92 51 5200367 , 8700-32933
  3. Email: rc_peshawar@apsacssectt.edu.pk , jshahid@bu.edu
List of Schools:
1APS&C (Boys) PeshawarThe foundation of APS&C was laid in 1994 with the objective of imparting quality education to children of Army personnel posted to Peshawar; the facility was extended to retired officers' children and civilians living in the vicinity. The College was affiliated with FBISE at SSC level in 1995 and HSSC level in 1996. The college has also been affiliated with the Peshawar board at HSSC level in 2007. The college has been affiliated with the Peshawar University for the B.A/ B.Sc classes. The school and college building is purpose built and well maintained. It has well equipped labs, auditorium and play grounds.Tel # : +92 91 9213216
2APS&C (Girls) PeshawarThe School was established in 1983 as a pre-school, which gradually rose to a middle level and secondary level school in 1991. The school attained the status of a college in 1998. GCE and O'Levels was introduced in 1999. The School & College sections are affiliated with FBISE and O'Levels is affiliated with the Cambridge International Exam System. Financial & Admin affairs are looked after by HQ Arty 11 Corps.Tel # : +92 91 9211148 , +92 91 5252249
3APS (Junior) PeshawarAPS Junior Peshawar was set up in the year 1991 and initially ran Prep & Nursery classes only. The school has come a long way since its establishment and now runs Pre, Junior and Middle School. The administration aims at providing quality education to students and strives for the holistic development of students by providing them a number of opportunities for co/extra-curricular pursuits.Tel # : 091-9213094 , 091-9212474
4APS (Toddlers Academy) PeshawarThe school was established in May 2001.Initially the school was till grade one, while in 2003 it was upgraded till class 5. The school came under the umbrella of APSACS in 2005. The school had started with a total staff of 30, which has now increased to 67. Current students' strength is 830. The admin aims at providing quality education to students and strives for holistic development of students by providing them number of opportunities for co/extra curricular pursuits.Tel # : +92 91 9213195
5Garrison APS PeshawarThe paucity of good educational institutions in Peshawar Cantonment led the 7 Div Headquarters to establish a school that could meet the requirement of accommodating the increasing strength of students and to provide quality education to the children of armed forces personnel, as well as civilians. Garrison Public School , Peshawar , a co-education institution, was established on 3 rd March 1997. Initially, the school started with 3 classes, namely Play Group, KG and Prep with the strength of 52 students. Within a short period of two years it attained the status of a primary level school. In April 2000, it was upgraded to middle level with the strength of 332 students. Later in the year 2003 it was upgraded to secondary level and renamed as Garrison Army Public School . The first batch of Matriculation level students appeared for annual examination into 2005. The school was brought in the fold of APEIs (Army Public Education Institutions of Peshawar) 11 Corps in July 2010. Currently, the school accommodates classes from Play Group to Matriculation (IX – X) with the total strength of almost 1100 students.Tel # : +92 91 9213759
6APS&C (Zamzama) NowsheraAPS&C Zamzama was established in 1986 as a Primary school and was upgraded to Middle in 1995 and to Matric level in 1998. It became an intermediate Science College during 2004 and is ever since affiliated with the Federal Board. During 2010 the school building remained submerged in flood water for almost twenty days. Therefore, its Pre and Junior Sections were shifted to the newly raised Army Public School Junior Campus. The institution is now functioning as Army Public School & College Zamzama (Senior campus) having level of instruction form Class IV to Intermediate. The rebuilt campus of APS&C Zamzama is purpose-built and amiable to pursuing all school related activities.Tel # : 0923-9220197 , 8711-36296
7APS (Jnr) Zamzama NowsheraAPS&C Zamzama was established in 1986 as ARTY Little Scholars School. In 1995, it was renamed as Zamzama Academy . In 1999, it was affiliated with Federal Board Islamabad and was upgraded to college level and was renamed APS Zamzama Senior, Nowshera Cantt. The school was completely submerged in the flood waters in 2010. Resultantly, the school was split into two separate sections, i.e, Junior & Middle/Senior Section. The Preschool and Junior Sections were shifted to new premises and started functioning in April 2011.Tel # : 0923-9220003
8APS&C (Iqbal) NowsheraIqbal Academy was founded at Nowshera Cantt on 1 st January, 1990. It was upgraded to Middle School on 1 st January, 1992 and was raised to Secondary level in the year 1995. The College classes commenced in August, 2003. The school spreads over a vast area and aims at providing quality education to the children of all ranks of the ASC Corps. The school building is refurbished and new blocks are being built to cater to the basic infrastructural requirements of the increasing student populace.Tel # : 0923-9220151
9APS (Armour) NowsheraAPS (Armour) Nowshera, was established by School of Armour and Mechanised Warfare in 1982 to provide basic / primary education to the wards of Army personnel, especially those posted to School of Armour and Mechanised Warfare and Armoured Corps Centre, Nowshera. Initially the school was limited up to class V. In 1991, the institution was upgraded to Matric level. In the beginning, the school was established in a make shift accommodation i.e., old residential bungalows / troops barracks etc. available in the area. Further accommodation was later added or constructed on self- help basis, as the requirement rose with the increase in classes / school strength. There was no planned construction and the school kept on expanding in a haphazard manner. In 1988, the school was upgraded to secondary level and it was registered with FBISE. The devastating flood in July 2010 left the school in shambles. Its entire ground floor was submerged. The school library, science & computer labs, offices, records & furniture, everything, was washed away. Thereafter, the school needed tremendous amount of restructuring. The management of the school was then handed over to Armoured Corps Centre. The Formation has since done a lot to re-equip the school and overcome its deficiencies.Tel # : 0923-923008 , 8711-33517
10APS (Engr) Akora KhattakArmy Public School ( Engrs),Akora Khattak was established in March 2000 at Akora Bridge Camp under 479 Bridge Battalion Engineers. It was registered with Army Education Directorate on 12 th March 2001. The school was raised to SSC Level in April 2004 and affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education in December 2004.Tel # : 8711-35179 , 0923-561617
11Aziz Bhatti Shaheed APS&C MardanAPS&C Mardan was established in March, 1987. The school was raised to the college level in 1994. In 2001, two separate wings, both for girls and boys, were established due to the consistent demand of parents. The school edifice is purpose-built and conducive to teaching and learning. Besides, the school provides numerous opportunities to students for the conduct of co/extra-curricular activities due to its large expanse and availability of sports ground/playing area.Tel # : 8714-33715-9 , 0937-9230199
12APS Iqra RisalpurThe school was established in 1984 for wards of officers posted in Risalpur Cantt. Initially it consisted of classes Nursery till III , the level was raised up to class VIII in 1993 and subsequently affiliated with the FBISE for SSC classes in 1994.Tel # : 0923-631110
13APS&C CheratArmy Public School and College, Cherat was established in the year 2002 under the administrative control of Headquarters Special Services Group. The classes from Nursery to Class VII commenced in April 2002, followed by the establishment of College wing. Since December 2008, the school is working under the command of Headquarters 22 Special Services Brigade. Presently, a separate building/campus for Senior School (Girls) is under construction. The school is situated at Chapri at the base of Khattak Range , 7km short of Cherat within the cantonment limits.Tel # : 0923-651155 , 8712-33009
14APS Zafar Shaheed DargaiTel # : 0932-331436
15APS&C KohatAPS&C Kohat was originally established as Iqra Garrison School at KG level, in February 1980. The school was later shifted to a new building, under the name of APS Kohat. It was further upgraded to HSSC level in 1999. The Institute provides education to day scholars only.Tel # : +92 92 29260052 , 0922-511900
16APS&C ThalNishtar Public school was established on 16 March 1984 in a temporary accommodation inside Thall Cantt. The school was renamed as Army Public School and upgraded to secondary level in August 1999. Army Public School has co-eductaion up to grade 6 th . Separate classes for boys in the new campus (VTI) and for girls in old campus are organized up to intermediate level.Tel # : +92 92 5510914 , 8722-33315-21
17APS&C BannuAPS&C was founded on 29 th April, 1984 as Iqra Academy . It functioned as a primary school for the children of army personnel and civilian of the area. In 1989, it was renamed as Army Public School . In 1989, the school was upgraded to college level. The school took further strides both in scope and services and today, it is serving as Army Public School & College duly affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate Secondary Education, Islamabad .Tel # : +92 92 89270097 , 8723-32592
18APS D.I. Khan PasbanArmy personnel posted to D.I.Khan felt the absence of a good educational institution for their children. This need led the DSG Corps authorities to establish Pasban APS, DI Khan in 1993. With the passage of time, the number of students increased and the school was later upgraded to class 10; the required facilities like Science, Computer Labs and Library were made available.Tel # : +92 96 6717243
19APS&C (Iqbal Fort) D.I.KhanAPS&C D.I Khan was established in 1989 under the auspices of 5- Arty Bde. In the beginning the school and college had separate administrative structures, but later both the institutions were merged for effective management. The school is situated in the premises of Fort Iqbal Cantonment, west of Dera Ismail khan City. The building is well-designed, spacious, and is spread over a vast area of five acres.Tel # : +92 96 6717068 , 8724-33627
20APS (Siddique Shaheed) MalakandTel # : 8717-34345 , +92 932 413068
21APS WarsakAPS Warsak Garrison was established in 1992 as a Nursery block. This modest set up grew into Primary Section and subsequently to the Middle and Senior. Formally, the school got registered with Army Education Directorate GHQ in 1994 and was up graded to class VI level in 1996. The school administration and other stakeholders aim at providing quality education to learners and strive for their complete development. The school ensures the timely provision of opportunities to the students for academic and extra-curricular pursuits. The institution got affiliation with “FBISE” as high school and with BISE, Peshawar in 2005 and 2012 respectively.Tel # : 8715-36320 , +92 91 2385127
22APS (Tahir Iqbal Shaheed) Landi KotalTel # : +92 92 4213096 , 8731-35331
23APS Montessori CheratPG-PrepTel # :
24APS ChagmalaiTel # :
25APS SwatTel # :
   Quetta (Southern Command): No. of Schools: 10
  1. Regional Director (RD) : Ms Naveen Shehryar
  2. Office Tel # : 8600-32166 , 8600-33525
  3. Email: rcquetta@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APC&C Seven Streams Quetta (CR)Army Public School , Seven Stream was established in the year 1988 up to class III under the auspices of School of Infantry and Tactics. In 1994, the level was raised to Class VIII and subsequently it was upgraded to Class X in 1996. In 2003, it was upgraded to Intermediate Level. The school primarily caters for the education of the wards of Army personnel and other employees of School of Infantry and Tactics along with all ranks of Garrison besides a good number of civilians. Ever since its establishment, the aim has been to provide healthy and conducive environment to the children studying in the school. From a modest beginning in the hutted accommodation in 1988, the school has come up to the level of a Modern High School and College of Quetta Garrison . The School premises present a clean, tidy and inviting environment. In March 2006, APS&C Seven Streams became a part of the Army Public Schools and Colleges System.Tel # : +92 81 2882154 , 8602-33534
2Garrison Academy Quetta (CR)The foundation stone of the school was laid in 1984 as Kehkashan Army Public School , Nursery level by Commander 12 Corps, Lt. General Khushdil Khan Afridi. The academy was initially housed in old army huts. It was upgraded to Middle level in 1988 and to Secondary level in 1990 to meet the growing demand for quality education. It was renamed as Garrison Academy Quetta in 1997. The GAQ is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad . The first batch of matriculates qualified in 1993. The school was upgraded to Intermediate level in 2000. The first batch of GAQ College passed out in 2005.Tel # : +92 81 2842655 , 8600-36740
3APS&C Iqra Quetta (CR)APS& C Iqra Quetta Cantt was established by the Command and Staff College , Quetta , initially as a little school in 1977. In the following years it was upgraded to Primary School Level. It was further upgraded to Middle School in 1981and to Class X and Cambridge ‘O' Level in 1994. The first batch that cleared both levels was then offered College Intermediate classes in Science (Pre-Engineering and Medical). In 2003, the College was further upgraded to Degree Level, and was affiliated with the University of Punjab . The School basically caters for the academic needs of the children of officers/soldiers/civilian employees of Command and Staff College . Children of other garrison officers/soldiers/ civilians of Quetta are also entertained. Wards of retired armed forces personnel are also admitted. In 2005, Iqra came under the APSACS umbrella after the establishment of APSACS Secretariat and is following the policies of APSACS Sectt. The uniform and syllabi have been standardized as per the policies of APSACS Sectt. Besides the permanent teaching and administrative staff, the functioning of Iqra APS & C is closely supervised by an Executive Council of the Command and Staff College to maintain healthy and congenial environment for education and development of students. At present, the school has a total of 127 staff members and student population of 1720.Tel # : +92 81 2308015 , 8601-33638
4APS&C Khuzdar (CR)Tel # : 8612-36320 , 8612-36273
5APS&C Zhob (CR)Tel # : 8631-33302
6APS LoralaiTel # : 8600-33624 , +92 82 4660818
7APS Al-Hadid QuettaAl-Hadid Army Public School was established by Baloch Regimental Centre in 1948 as a Children's Academy in order to impart Primary Education. In 1965, the school was shifted to EME Centre, and was raised to Middle Level in 1985. The school was renamed Al-Hadid Army Public School , and registered as such by GHQ. In 2001,it was further raised to SSC Level, and affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad. In June 2009, it became part of APSACS and was known as Al-Hadid APSACS.Tel # : +92 81-2882166
8APS&C SibbiTel # : 8611-35834
9Garrison Public School KashmoreTel # : 8614-36320
10APS Jinnah GarrisonTel # :
   GUJRANWALA (30 CORPS): No. of Schools: 14
Regional Director (RD) : Lt Col ( R ) Muhammad Ayub KhanOffice Tel # : 8200-32737, +92 55 3830250Email: rcgwa@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APS&C (Boys) SialkotArmy Public School & College at Sialkot Station was established in 1981and initially was housed in an Officers Mess at Sabir Kanwal Road . It started as an Infant Nursery School and was inaugurated by the (then) COAS' wife Begum Zia-ul-Haq. In 2003, it was upgraded to the Intermediate level. Keeping in view the growing number of students in the school, Admin Formation (HQ 15 Div) decided to split the school into two entities in 2008, i.e. APS Girls & APC Boys. APS Girls comprises of Play Group, Junior Section (Class I - III both for boys & girls) and Middle Section (Class IV - X). APC Boys has two sections i.e. Junior Section for boys from Year IV - X and Senior Section from Year XI - XII for boys & girls, respectively, and O' Level for boys/girls both. Two separate building blocks have been constructed for each (boys' and girls') college section.Tel # : +92 52 4266268
2APS (Girls) SialkotArmy Public School , Sialkot , was established in 1981 in an Officers' Mess at Sabir Kamal Road . Being part of the model education system of APSACS; the school has been serving the community for over 30 years successfully. It initially opened as Garrison Primary School and was inaugurated by the (then) COAS's, wife Begum Zia Ul Haq; it was subsequently upgraded as Middle School level in 1983. In 1989, the institution was declared an Army Public School and was elevated to the level of Intermediate College in 1992. In 2000-2001 it was affiliated with the University of Cambridge (UK) for GCE ‘O Level and A' Level Examinations respectively. The school was bifurcated in 2008, into APS Girls Branch, and APS&C Boys, Sialkot , respectively. APS Girls Branch comprises of Pre-school, Junior, Middle and Senior Girls' Sections. The school has a well-built campus with properly equipped labs, play-grounds and adequately furnished activity rooms. Apart from a respectable basic infrastructure, the school is proudly producing 100% results in the Board Exams.Tel # : +92 52 4293549
3Garrison Academy (Senior Campus) GujranwalaThe foundation stone of Garrison Academy (Senior Section) Gujranwala Cantt was laid in November 1998. It was commissioned on 3 rd April 2000, as a junior school, with 43 students and 11 teachers on its roll. Over the period of time, it has gone through numerous transformations, chiefly from junior to secondary and secondary to higher secondary level, respectively. Presently, the Academy has classes from Montessori (Play Group) to Intermediate. The Academy is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad , following a syllabus in accordance with the curriculum of the Federal Board. The curriculum for Pre-School, Junior and Middle Classes (PG-VIII) has been designed by APSACS ( Army Public Schools and Colleges System Secretariat). The school is a purpose built campus ,beautifully maintained, suitable to fulfil institution's mission and goals.Tel # : +92 55 3861369
4Garrison Academy (Junior Campus) GujranwalaTel # : +92 55 3862699
5APS&C SargodhaAPS&C Sargodha was established in January 1991. Initially, the school had classes up to grade III. It was later upgraded to Primary level in March 1992. Subsequently, it was upgraded to Intermediate level and affiliated with FBISE. The school has a beautiful campus, comprising six wings that spread over about twelve acres of land. There are spacious playgrounds for different sections of the school.Tel # : 8051-36322 , +92 48 3721185
6APS QadirabadArmy Public School Qadirabad Garrison was inaugurated on 15 th May 1994 by the Corps Commander Gujranwala Cantt. It was soon registered with GHQ up to Middle Level in 1995 and upgraded to Secondary Level in 1997. The school was affiliated with Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education Islamabad (FBISE) on 5 th May 2011. In 2006, its academic control was taken up by the APSACS Sectt. The APS, Qadirabad has now grown into a full-fledged Secondary School, contributing its services to uplift the National literacy rate.Tel # : +92 54 7550137
7APS Head MaralaArmy Public School , Head Marala, was established in March 1989 under the management of HQ 101 Brigade. It was upgraded from Montessori Wing to Junior Wing in 1994 and further upgraded to Senior Wing up to class 10 in 2001. It was affiliated with FBISE in 2008. Commendable efforts are being made by the school administration to improve the physical environment of the school. Immaculately painted building and addition of more rooms have contributed positively in uplifting of an otherwise dark and ill-planned building, quite ill-suited for a school.Tel # : +92 52 3502018
8APS Azadi SargodhaAzadi Army Public School was established on 14 th August 2008 as a Junior School . A few years this alma meter elevated to the middle campus. One wing embodies Junior and Middle Sections, however, its second wing is under construction and soon Middle Section will be shifted to the newly constructed Wing. Since 2009, it enjoys the patronage of APSACS Secretariat.Tel # : +92 48 3763218
9APS Istaqlal Kallar KaharPG-XTel # : 8051-33141-2 , +92 48 3726033
10APS Hilal Kirana SargodhaPG-VIIITel # : 8051-34090
11APS MonaPG-IITel # : 8051-35603 – 130 , +92 546 550023
12APS (Jnr Campus) SialkotTel # : +92 52 4262774 , +92 52 4262773
13APS ZafarwalKG-IXTel # :
14APS BalkasarPG-VIITel # : +92 54 3569250 , 8081-33130
  BAHAWALPUR (31 CORPS): No. of Schools: 7
Regional Director (RD) : Lt Col Javed Riaz BajwaOffice Tel # : 8321-32208Email: rcbwp @apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APS&C BahawalpurThe school is situated in Bahawalpur Cantonment. Its foundation was laid by General Mirza Aslam Baig on 27 th January, 1991. The school was inaugurated by Maj Gen Saleem Haider, General Officer Commanding 35 Div, on 12 th June, 1993. Initially, the school was up to Middle level i.e. VIII only; however, with the constantly increasing student strength, the school underwent up-gradation to SSC and HSSC level in 1996. The O' level stream was initiated in the school in 2001. The school joined the APSACS Secretariat in 2005 and since then is known as APS&C Bahawalpur. To maintain quality of academic standards and results, the school was divided into 4 wings i.e. Primary, Middle, Senior Section Girls and Senior Section Boys, with separate Wing Heads. APS&C Bahawalpur is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad for SSC and HSSC levels. Currently, the school accommodates classes from II to XII and O' level, with the total strength of 2312 students.Tel # : +92 62 2885838, 8321-36035-0
2APS&C OkaraArmy Public School and College Okara was established as “The Little School” in November 1979. It was renamed as “ Army Public School ” in 1992 and was raised to Secondary Level by the year 1994. It was upgraded to College Level in 2003. It was brought under APSACS umbrella in 2006. Its Boys Wing was established in 2010 in a separate building.Tel # : 8311-36320 , 0442-880719
3APS&C MailsiArmy Public School and College Mailsi is located inside the Garrison. The School was established as Nursery Garrison in 1990 and renamed as APS & C Mailsi in 1992. It got up-graded to the Middle Level in 1998. In 2001, the school was up-graded to Class-X and was affiliated with FBISE. On achieving good results in 2005, the School was further raised to HSSC Level.Tel # : 8322-35741-42 , +92 67 3602545
4APS&C Dera Nawab SahibBefore the establishment of APS & C DNS, there was a dire need to have an education institution to accommodate the children of army personnel in that area. Children of officers, JCOs and soldiers were studying in different schools of Ahmed Pur city and were facing conveyance difficulties. To address this need, a primary school under the name of Al-Rabbat Nursery School DNS was started in a JCO family quarter in October, 1987 with ten faculty members and eight classes, from PG to class V, with 80 students. In session 1988-89 the school was upgraded from 8th to class 10 th . The name was also changed from Al-Rabbat Nursery School to Al-Rabbat Army Public School DNS. In session 1997-98, the school was upgraded from 8th to class 10th and was affiliated with FBISE Islamabad with the name of Army Public School Dera Nawab Sahib. In session 2005-06 the school was given the status of a college, and was affiliated with FBISE, Islamabad as Army Public School & College Dera Nawab Sahib. The institution now has well-equipped computer labs, separate science labs, Audio/Video Lab, library, playgrounds, cafeteria, generator, and first aid facility in case of emergency.Tel # : 8323-36320
5APS Junior BahawalpurAJPS Bahawalpur is a separate entity with an excellent infrastructure. It comprises of total 23 sections, seven of PG and eight each of KG and Prep. Class one is also located in this section. Approximate strength of the school is 863 children.Tel # : 8321-36285
6APS BahawalnagarArmy Public School Bahawalnagar Garrison was established in April 2005 initially from Nursery to Class 5.During the last quarter of 2005, Play Group was introduced and from August 2007, Class 6 was started. Classes 7 and 8 started in the year 2008. APS Bahawalnagar was affiliated with the Federal Board in March 2010 and in March 2011 APS introduced class 10.Tel # : +92 63 2274314 , 8312-33331/832
7APS AsraniPG-V.Tel # :
   RAWALPINDI 2 (AAD Comd): No. of Schools: 20
  1. Regional Director (RD) : Lt Col (R) Mushtaq Ahmed Shahid
  2. Office Tel # : 051-5178977 , 8016-32012
  3. Email: rcaad @apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1APS&C (Boys) Ordnance Road, RwpIn 1980 Army Education Corps School , Ordnance Road , Rawalpindi , was established for boys and girls till class VI with a strength of less than 200 under the administrative control of Dte. The first batch of Grade X students appeared in SSC Board Exams in 1986. The school was renamed as Army Edn Corps Public School , but was given the name Army Public School in the year 1988. The institution was upgraded to Intermediate Level and renamed as Army Public School and College in 1994. In 1995, the Boys' Wing was established with classes from Class VI-XII. The Primary Wing was also established in 1997.Tel # : +92 51 05518760-1 , 8000-33569
2APS&C (Girls) Humayun Road, RwpThe school was established in April 1981 as ‘ Army Education Corps High School '. In 1986 the first batch of SSC students appeared in SSC Board exams. The school was then named ‘ Army Public School '. In 1994 it was upgraded to Intermediate Level and renamed ‘Army Public School & College'.Tel # : +92 51 5565451 , 8000-35840
3APS&C EME College, RwpAfter recognizing the need for quality education for the children of EME College staff, initially an English medium school named “ Happy Home Nursery School (Play Group to Class III) was established when the college shifted from Quetta to Rawalpindi in 1984. In August 2001 it was registered and upgraded as Army Public School till class V and subsequently, upgraded up to class VIII in June 2005, and SSC Level in April 2010. After the establishment of Army Public Schools and Colleges System (APSACS) in 2005 it became part of the system. Presently, it is functioning from KG to SSC level with 27 Sections, over 1100 students, 46 highly qualified and professionally well trained faculty members. Since its inception and up gradation, the institution is imparting quality education to the wards of defense personnel as well as civilians under clean and healthy environment conducive to teaching/ learning process.Tel # : +92 51 2227525
4APS FWO, RwpArmy Public School & College, FWO, Chaklala, was established in May 1997 as a co-education school to provide quality education to the children of FWO employees in particular and children of Army personnel / civilians of the area in general. The school started with 150 students initially, and now the strength is 1547. In 1999 the School got registered with FBISE. From the current academic Session, the institution has started College classes for girls offering 3 × disciplines (Pre- Med, Pre- Engr & Computer Science).Tel # : +92 51 9280774
5APS&C Attock CanttAPS&C Attock was established as ‘Toddler's Nursery' in 1974. In 1989 it was named as Army Public School and raised to Primary Level. In 1990 the school headed for Middle Level. In 1993 it was upgraded to Secondary Level & affiliated with FBISE Islamabad. Higher Secondary Classes started in 1997. In 2002 the new Pre-school building was constructed. From 1994 to 2006 maximum construction took place. In May 2008 O'Level Classes started. The school campus sprawls over a wide area and is situated in Attock Cantt. The school administration aims at providing safe and congenial environment to students to pursue all school related activities.Tel # : +92 57 9316177
 APS Attock Cantt (Evening)Tel # :
6APS&C Manser CampArmy Public School and College, Manser Camp was established as Chinar Nursery School up to class III in a hut on 25 th August, 1987 to provide quality education facilities to the children of Army personnel on the station. It was renamed as Army Public School in November 1987 and registered as Primary School with AEDte GHQ in 1988. It was upgraded to Middle level with the addition of class VI in 1992 and class VIII in 1994. After 5years it was upgraded to Secondary Level with the addition of Class IX in April 1999. Now, it has been upgraded to Intermediate Level. FSC- Part-I (XI Class) started on 1 st August, 2002, whereas FSC Part-II started on 4 th August 2003.Tel # : +92 57 2660659 , 8012-3745-7
7APS&C Jarrar Camp RwpAPS&C Jarar Camp is located 25 Km away from Rawalpindi on Adiala Road, it was established on 10 th September, 2007 in the Children Welfare Centre building. The school was initially designed to accommodate thirty to forty students each in Nursery, Prep and Classes I to III. It was raised to Middle Level and was formally registered with APSACS Secretariat on 8 th April, 2008. It was upgraded to Matric Level with IGT&E's approval on 22 nd November, 2008. The school shifted to the newly constructed building in December 2010 where it stands now.Tel # : 8081- 36743 , +92 51 5949118
8APS DHA ( Phase II ) Sec BArmy Public School DHA Phase-II was established in February, 2011 with a view to providing quality education within economical fee structure. In the first phase, Junior School was established which catered for classes from Play Group to Class VI. In 2012, the Junior School was upgraded to Middle Section. From April 2012, the school was divided into 2 campuses; one is Junior School Campus constructed in Sector G and the Senior Wing Campus in Sector F.Tel # : +92 51 5162200 , +92 51 231181-4
 APS DHA ( Phase I ) Sec GPG-ITel # : +92 51 5122870-1
9APS DHA ( Phase I ) Sec FVI-XIITel # :
10APS&C TarbellaIqra Army Public School & College was founded by 2 Cdo Bn (SSG) as Rahbar Nursery School in 1984. It was renamed as Iqra Nursery School in 1996. In May 2000 it was raised to primary Level and registered with the Dept of Education NWFP. In 2001, it was registered with AE Dte GHQ as a Middle School. The school was upgraded to Matric Level in September 2002 and was affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) Islamabad . In 2009 another sister school of APS & C Tarbela was inaugurated in TM Shaheed Colony headed by the same principal and one Section Head. The school has been upgraded to college in 2011. Presently it is functioning as an English medium co-education secondary school and college.Tel # : 0995- 350228 , 8013-32051
11APS (SCO) Misrial, Road RwpAfter recognizing the need for quality education for the children of 62 Signals Battalion and SCO staff, initially an English medium school was established in 2001. The aim was to provide quality education to the wards of the army personnel residing at 62 Signals Battalion. There was no boundary wall to separate the school campus and ORs family accommodation. After seeking the required infrastructural changes, the school got affiliated with APSAC System Secretariat in April, 2012, and since then is known as APS Misrial. Currently, it accommodates classes from Play Group to VI.Tel # : +92 51 5169807
12APS Fort Road , RwpIn 2009, 32 acre land near COD was allocated by the Army for the construction of APS&C Fort Road, Rawalpindi . The school started functioning on 5 th Sept 2 011 . APS&C Fort Road subsumed the Evening School of APS&C Humayun Road Ralwapindi that included 1145 x students and 61 x teachers. The school spreads over a vast area, however, the huge campus is still under construction and new wings are being built to cater for the increasing student populace. College classes commenced prior than the scheduled date with full fledged construction work in progress. At present, the school runs Preschool, Junior School , Middle School, SSC (IX), and HSSC (IX) classes.Tel # : +92 51 5586161 , 8000-31667
13APS ASL Kuldana MurreeArmy Public School Kuldana is located inside the premises of Army School of Logistics. It was established in March 2004 on self-help basis and is functioning as a welfare project. Only 33% students are paying a nominal fee. Initially, the school was accommodated in a small building. In 2007, a new block comprising four classroom was added; these classrooms are spacious and well-lit compared to old classrooms, which are congested and lack space to carry out group work/ activities.Tel # : +92 51 4366018
14APS Upper Topa MurreeAPS Upper Topa was established in May 2001. The school spreads over a small area & is located in Upper Topa close to the eastern gate of Military College , Murree at Bhurban Road . The school is being supervised by Military College , Murree and presently runs classes from Play Group to Class VI.Tel # : 8021-33527-28 , +92 51 3413520
15APS&C PMA KakulAPSAC, PMA Kakul is an English medium co-education institution lying within the premises of PMA. It was established in 1965 as a kindergarten facility in a small hut, for early education of children of army personnel serving in PMA. In order to meet the increasing demand for quality education, it was upgraded as primary school, shifted to two E-type houses. On 14 th March 1984 the school was inaugurated by Begum Gen. Muhammad Zia ul Haq. In 1989, a block of eight and in 1991 a block of ten new classrooms was added to meet the ever growing needs of the school; later in 1996, it was upgraded to SSC level. In 2001, ten more classrooms were needed to increase the number of sections. The journey of progress continued and in 2004, ten more classes were constructed to extend the Junior Wing. A landmark was achieved by the school in 2006, when it was recognized by the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Islamabad as Intermediate College .Tel # : 0992-400738 , 0992-400 , 8024-33604
16APS&C JLA ShinkiariAPSACS JLA, Shinkiari was established in a temporary building on 27 th July 1988. The school was upgraded to SSC level in 1993, and then to College level in 1997. The school was affiliated with FBISE in 1993.Tel # : 0997-530796 , 8017-14
17APS Askari XIVAPS & C Askari-XIV was established on 13 th April. Initially students were enrolled up to class 9 only, but in August, 2011 the school was upgraded to level of the intermediate for both Boys and Girls. The school is affiliated with FBISE for SSC and HSSC Examination. The admin aims at providing quality education and strives for holistic development of students, by providing them a number of opportunities for academic and co/extra-curricular pursuits.Tel # : +92 51 5156542
18APS FF Center AbbottabadPG-VIIITel # : 0992-340430 , 8022-33470
19APS&C Rawat ComplexPG-XIITel # :
20APS Barian MurreePG-VTel # :
   RAWALPINDI 3-Hamza Camp: No. of Schools: 3
  1. Regional Director (RD) : Brig (R) Abdul Khalique
  2. Office Tel # : 8005-32311, +92 51 9095549
  3. Email: rcislamabad@apsacssectt.edu.pk
List of Schools:
1Hamza APS RawalpindiHamza APS&C was established in 1994 as a primary school and subsequently raised to Matric level in 1998. It was affiliated with the Federal Board in 1999 and its first batch of students appeared in matriculation examination in the year 2000. An additional block was added in 2004 and the institution was upgraded to Intermediate level and its first batch of students appeared in F.Sc in 2006. The institution entered the folds of APSACS, on its establishment in 2005. Bismah APS was established at Hamza Camp in 1991 as a welfare Institution, with FG syllabi for the children of low paid employees. It was upgraded to matriculation level in 1998 and its first batch appeared for Matric examination in 2000. To bring it at par with APS Hamza; its sister institution, the syllabi was replaced with APSACS in a phased programme from 2005 to 2009. In September 2012 Bismah APS with a student population of 2775 has been merged into Hamza APS&C (with a student strength of 1884) and at present the dominant population is that of the wards of low paid employees. 46 sections (around 2000 students) are merged into Hamza APS (KG– VII) and 15 sections (around 700 students) are shifted to Hamza APC (VIII - X).Tel # : +92 51 4855357 , +92 51 9095584, 8005-32707Hamza APC RawalpindiTel # : +92 51 4912237 , 8005-32768
2APS Sher Khan Complex, IslPG-XTel # :
3APSACS Pothwar Complex, IslPG-XTel # :
  Contact  APSACS Secretariat   Postal Address: Secretariat Block, Army Central Library, Tameez-ud-Din Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
  1. Phone:   +92 51 5147615
  2. Fax:     +92 51 5147615
E-Mail:
  1. APSACS Secretariat:     apsacssectt@gmail.com
  2. Director APSACS Secretariat: director@apsacssectt.edu.pk   
  3. GSO-1 Coord: chiefcoord@apsacssectt.edu.pk , irtezashaheen@gmail.com
  4. Curriculum Planning & Development: curriculum@apsacssectt.edu.pk , curriculum.apsacs@gmail.com
  5. Assessment & Examination: examination@apsacssectt.edu.pk , eca.apsacs@gmail.com
  6. Training & Evaluation:   training@apsacssectt.edu.pk , training.apsacs@gmail.com
  7. Computer Research Resource: computer@apsacssectt.edu.pk
  8. Review & Quality Assurance:     review@apsacssectt.edu.pk       
  9. Information Technology (IT): it@apsacssectt.edu.pk , apsacsit@gmail.com
  10. Research & Development Cell apsacsrd@gmail.com

Contact

APSACS Secretariat

  1. Postal Address: Secretariat Block, Army Central Library, Tameez-ud-Din Road, Rawalpindi, Pakistan.
  2. Phone:   +92 51 5147615
  3. Fax:     +92 51 5147615

E-Mail

  1. APSACS Secretariat:     apsacssectt@gmail.com
  2. Director APSACS Secretariat: director@apsacssectt.edu.pk   
  3. GSO-1 Coord: chiefcoord@apsacssectt.edu.pk , irtezashaheen@gmail.com
  4. Curriculum Planning & Development: curriculum@apsacssectt.edu.pk , curriculum.apsacs@gmail.com
  5. Assessment & Examination: examination@apsacssectt.edu.pk , eca.apsacs@gmail.com
  6. Training & Evaluation:   training@apsacssectt.edu.pk , training.apsacs@gmail.com
  7. Computer Research Resource: computer@apsacssectt.edu.pk
  8. Review & Quality Assurance:     review@apsacssectt.edu.pk       
  9. Information Technology (IT): it@apsacssectt.edu.pk , apsacsit@gmail.com
  10. Research & Development Cell apsacsrd@gmail.com


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