Cadet College Kallar Kahar admits sharp and brilliant students after conducting an entery test followed by an interview in Class VIII and Class XI. College Admissions for Class VIII are mostly open in 1st Week of January and admissions for Class XI are mostly open in 1st week of May or June. The exact dates of admissions are announced through newspapers and college website.
Last Date to Submit Application for Class VIII = To be announced
Entrance Test Date = To be announced
Last Date to Submit Application for Class XI (Pre-Engineering & Pre-Medical)= 30th Apr 2014
Entrance Test Date & Time = Sunday, 4th May 2014 at 10 AM
Only those candidates who are appearing in board matric exam this year, are eligible to apply.
Admission Form can be downloaded
Note: Please mail on college address application form available on the website along with Original Bank draft for Rs 1,200/- (non refundable) in the name of Principal Cadet College Kallar Kahar, drawan on MCB Bank Ltd Kallar Kahar (Branch Code 0626) or NBP Chakora Branch Kallar Kahar (Branch Code 1885) on account of registration fee. Applications sent after the last date of application submission will not be entertained.
The College was initially set up only to meet the needs of the local boys. However, due to pressing demand from interested parents, it was converted into a residential institution, with some seats reserved for the deserving local boys. The main entry point is class 8th. However, subject to availability of vacancies, a few boys are taken in XI class as well. There are five classes in all (8th to 12th), with three sections each except class 8th, which has four sections.
The admission is carried out through an entrance test, an interview followed by a medical checkup. It is purely on merit. Orphans and other deserving boys are given generous scholarship; some even get totally free education.
The admission is open to all Pakistanis, besides two seats are reserved for W&R Dte for wards of officers/JCOs/OR and three to four from FATA under President’s Scheme. However, due consideration is given to the boys from the backward areas. A large majority of our students are from the Punjab, a good number from the Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and some from Azad Kashmir. The dominant number is from Faisalabad, Sialkot and Rawalpindi division.
The College will adopt all possible measures for the safety of the cadets during their stay in the College. However, the College shall not be held responsible for any kind of accident/mishap causing any kind of physical harm or injury.
Policy is as appended below :-
a. Leave other than the holidays authorised by the College will not be granted except in extreme compassionate cases.
b. For every term, there will be a fixed number of week-ends that cadets may avail themselves of.
c. Leave/closed holidays and vacations will be indicated in the Calendar of Events, to be issued to each cadet on admission.