[VIDEO] Inside Pakistan’s first-ever Women Cadet College Mardan
The first-ever public sector cadet college for girls attracted cadets from all over Pakistan.
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf’s (PTI) recent tweet has shed light on Pakistan’s first-ever Women Cadet College. The college was established in Mardan and was inaugurated on the 20th of August 2017. The college is to provide initial training to women countrywide to join the Pakistan Army and Civil Services of Pakistan.
In the tweet, PTI said:
The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government has established the cadet college.
Pakistan’s first ever Female Cadet College is operational in Mardan, established by #PTI Government. Girls from all across Pakistan are provided with initial training to join Pakistan Army and Civil Services of Pakistan🇵🇰 pic.twitter.com/sdsZgd51Jy
— PTI (@PTIofficial) October 23, 2020
The first-ever public sector cadet college for girls attracted cadets from all over Pakistan. Now 123 cadets are enrolled in the college and are excelling in their future. The college aims to provide quality education, emphasize academic excellence, personality building, physical development, religion, and the national spirit.
The objective of the women cadet college is:
To prepare the brightest minds of the youth of the nation for the military force or civil services.
This institute is an excellent initiative for the armed forces of Pakistan. Before the establishment of this institute, most cadet colleges were available only for male students. However, now there is a separate facility for girls to acquire initial training and join the Pak Army or civil services.
The women cadet college in Mardan is providing excellence in its field. The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government’s initiative is absolutely a game-changer for Pakistan, as the college empowers girls to become future leaders.
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