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7 Most Beautiful Colleges in Pakistan

John Keats very right said, “A Thing of Beauty is Joy Forever ” One just can’t ignore the importance of beauty, each single of us want to look beautiful and want to be surrounded by beautiful things. Then why we ignore the importance of this factor while selecting an educationals institute for us?  How many times have both parent and children given the due consideration to the beauty of the college along with the educational standards while selecting a one? The college memories least forever, so why not select a college on the basis of its beauty as well so that the beautiful memories may live in your minds forever. Here are we compile a list of some of the colleges in Pakistan which not only offers the highest level of education and they are also very beautiful.

1. Chinar Army Public School & College, Murree

Chinar Army Public School & College Murree after the Snowfall

Situated in the heart of “Queen of Hills” Murree, Chinar Army Public School and College is definitely amongst the most beautiful colleges in Pakistan. Opened in 1990 and operated under the Army education core,  it offers a lot of beautiful landscapes. Lush Green during the summers and covered with snow during the winters, this college definitely deserves a place in your list of  college while selecting a one for your future.

2. Burn Hall College, Abbottabad

Army Burn Hall College, Abbottabad (Source: Flicker)

Burnhall College is yet another college in Pakistan which is surrounded by beautiful mountains and trees. Situated right in the center of the famous hill station of Abbottabad, this college was established in 1948. Shadow of chinar trees in summer and a good amount of snowfall during winters makes the scenery of this college even more eye-catching and appealing.

3. Aitchison College, Lahore

Aitchison College, Lahore (Source: Pinterest)

Considered as one of the most prestigious and oldest college in Pakistan, Aitchison College, Lahore is amongst the most beautiful college of Pakistan. It’s not an easy thing to get admission here in this college because of its high merit and strict rules. Established in a way back 1886, the combination of old and modern architecture along with grassy fields gives such a wonderful and majestic look to this college which is really breathtaking. This college is situated at Mall Road Lahore which itself considered as one of the most traditional, historical and beautiful roads in the entire sub-continent.

4. Lawrence College, Gora Gali

Lawrence College, Murree (Source: Flicker)

Located in the bottom of fabulous mountainous ranges of Hamliya and Pir Panjal, Lawrance College, Gora Gali (Murree) is not only an elite college of Pakistan but it also amongst the most beautiful colleges of Pakistan. This college is surrounded by beautiful landscapes and natural beauty, both fana and flora. Established in 1860 and being one of the oldest colleges in Pakistan, Lawrence College, Gora Gali covers a total area of 150 acres.

5. Divisional Public School & College, Faisalabad

Playing Area of DPS (Source: Facebook)

Unlike any other college in Pakistan, this college is not surrounded by natural beauty nor the climate is very pleasant. This college is situated in the central city of Faisalabad, known as for its industries. But perhaps Divisional Public School And College, Faisalabad is Pakistan’s most well-maintained college. Covered a total area of 31 acres, every single available space has been covered by grass, trees and flowers. There are multiple playing grounds in the college. The main cricket ground of the college has officially being declared as the First Class Cricket Ground by Pakistan Cricket Board.(A ground where First Class Cricket Matches can be played)

6. Sadiq Public School & College, Bahawalpur

Sadiq Public School, Bahawalpur (Source: Flicker)

Situated in the historical city of Bahawalpur, which was once the wealthiest the state of India, Sadiq Public School is yet another college in Pakistan which is not only famous for its educationals standards but also for its beauty. Inaugurated by then Nawab of Bahawalpur, Nawab Sadiq Muhammad Khan in 1954, this college covers a total land of 1851 acres or roughly 7.49km making it the largest college not only in Pakistan but also in entire Asia.

7. Above All,  Here is The Ultimate Beauty

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Class in progress… Gulaghmuli Village, Phandar Valley Gilgit (Source: Twitter)

If someone finds a more beautiful classroom than this, please do let us know…..


Post Author: chaskaparty

21 thoughts on “7 Most Beautiful Colleges in Pakistan


    (October 10, 2016 - 6:46 PM)



      (October 10, 2016 - 8:22 PM)

      Wow that’s such a beautiful school. We will defiantly consider it in our upcoming article about beautiful schools in Pakistan. Thanks for writing


      (January 7, 2017 - 12:47 PM)

      Reading posts like this make surfing such a plusreae

    Asmar Hussain

    (October 11, 2016 - 2:45 AM)

    Last image is not under the shadow of nanga parbat.. Its Gulaghmuli Village, Phandar valley Gilgit Pakistan.. Please correct… I was there while capturing this picture.


      (October 11, 2016 - 6:22 PM)

      Thanks for highlighting the error, Asmar. Highly appreciated.

    Own Abbas

    (October 11, 2016 - 2:13 PM)

    Proud To Be A Hallian


      (October 11, 2016 - 6:10 PM)

      Yes. I have personally visited Burn Hall. Absolute beauty


        (January 7, 2017 - 12:54 PM)

        Thanks for coirbitutnng. It’s helped me understand the issues.


    (October 11, 2016 - 2:21 PM)

    No GCU Lahore?should check
    that too…


      (January 7, 2017 - 12:31 PM)

      My prboelm was a wall until I read this, then I smashed it.


    (October 11, 2016 - 6:18 PM)

    Being a Ravian myself, how can I miss GCU? But it’s a university now, and I’ve included only “Colleges” in this list. BTW have you checked this article about GCU? Please do let us know about this article as well

    muhammad zubair

    (October 13, 2016 - 2:15 PM)

    Proud to be a Publician
    Divisional public school faisalabad


      (October 14, 2016 - 7:50 PM)

      Cheers, Zubair


    (October 14, 2016 - 12:50 PM)

    proud to part of chinar aps murree


      (January 7, 2017 - 12:36 PM)

      Thanks for conbirtuting. It’s helped me understand the issues.


    (October 14, 2016 - 12:51 PM)

    proud to be part of chinar aps murree


      (October 14, 2016 - 7:49 PM)

      Chinarian, isn’t it ?


        (January 7, 2017 - 12:56 PM)

        Wow! Great to find a post with such a clear meesags!


    (October 18, 2016 - 8:36 AM)

    This article is really cool. I have bookmarked it. Do you allow guest post
    on your site ? I can provide hi quality articles for you. Let me know.


      (October 18, 2016 - 6:10 PM)

      yes we do


      (January 7, 2017 - 12:59 PM)

      Good job mainkg it appear easy.

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