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The Girls’ Cadet College Mardan. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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This hall is multi-purpose used for assembly in morning & in night for Quran class. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Young cadets in a classroom, or what they call a hall of study. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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A motivational quote inside the college building. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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These caps are the part of cadet uniform. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Students have decorated this board with their artwork. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Cadets studying in the library. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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These mugs, decorated with photos of cadets, are presented to parents as a souvenir. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Cadets take notes in a hall of study. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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The girls’ names are written on their uniforms. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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The Girls’ Cadet College Mardan. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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A living area for cadets on the campus. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Cadets working during study time. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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A computer lab on the campus. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
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Some of the happy cadets. (AN photo by Saba Rehman)
Updated 13 May 2018

Inside Pakistan’s first cadet college for girls

Inside Pakistan’s first cadet college for girls

MARDAN: The first cadet college for girls was established on August 20, 2017, in the city of Mardan, in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP).

The Girls’ Cadet College Mardan is a revolutionary and unique initiative from the Education Ministry of the government of KP to promote female empowerment for the benefit of national development.

The college, which has 123 cadets, aims to provide quality education with an emphasis on academics excellence, personality building, physical development, religion and the national spirit.