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Karachi Region
Introduction

 

APSACS System has been divided into 11 Regions

 

4. KARACHI (5 CORPS): No. of Schools: 18

Regional Director (RD) : Lt Col (R) Muzammil Ahmed Khan

Office Tel # : 8500-32139 , 021-35680724 , 0322-7139282

Email: rckarachi@apsacssectt.edu.pk , rc5karachi@gmail.com

List of Schools:

1

APC Saddar karachi

In 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 # : 021-32785757 , 8500-35620

APC Saddar

APS 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 2010

Tel # : 021-32780728, 021-32784481

2

APS Faisal

Army 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 # : 021-34548923 , 021-34528301

3

APS (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 # : 021-35405752-3, 8500-36702-5 , 021-34581483

4

APS&C Malir Cantt

APS&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 # : 021-99247486 , 8511-32178

5

APS Sonmiani

Tel # : 8500-34135 , 021-99205826

6

APS&C Hyderabad

In 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 # : 022-2782615-6 , 8512-33133

7

APS&C Badin

Army 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 # : 0297-861211 , 8514-36603

8

APS Chhor

APS 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 # : 0238-577097 , 8513-36303

9

APS Petaro

APS 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, 022- 731409

10

APS Junior Pano Aqil

Army 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 # : 071-5805545

11

APS&C Pano Aqil

APS&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 # : 071-5680167 , 8400-36325

12

APS&C Sukkur Cantt

Lt. 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 # : 071- 5628511

13

APS&C Rahimyar Khan

APS&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 # : 068-9230056 , 8411-32806

14

APS Rahimyar Khan Cantt

Tel # : 0685001679 , 8411-32401

15

APS (SRC) Hyderabad

APS 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 # : 022-3400808 , 8512-32144

16

APS Gulmohar Malir

Tel # : 021-34409549

17

APS South Campus Malir

Tel # : 021-99247486 , 021-34900185

18

APS North Campus Malir

Tel # : 021-99247363

 

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