Fazaia Inter College, Lahore

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Fazaia Intermediate College, Lahore Cantt
Former name
PAF College
MottoServing for Excellence
TypeFazaia College Lahore Cantt
AffiliationFederal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education
PrincipalLt Col. (R) Tahir Sohail
1 - Munir Road, Lahore Cantt
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Fazaia Inter College Lahore is governed by Pakistan Air Force AHQ Education Directorate. Previously since 1949 it was known as PAF Inter College Lahore. Its name was changed to Fazaia (PAF) College Lahore in 2002. It is located next to the Pakistan Air Force Base Muneer Road Lahore. It is part of the Pakistan Air Force schools and colleges System spread across Pakistan.


Fazaia (PAF) College Lahore was established in 1949 as PAF Primary School Lahore and was raised to the status of PAF Middle School Lahore in 1964 by First Lady of Pakistan Air Force Mrs. Air Marshal Nur Khan. Later it was converted to PAF High School in 1979 and upgraded to a PAF Inter College Lahore in 1983. It is affiliated with the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (FBISE) and now it will have dual affiliation. Its affiliation with Lahore Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (LBISE) is in Process.


Fazaia (PAF) College Lahore is a co-educational institution. But classes for boys and girls are entirely separate.


The classes include the pre-engineering, pre-medical and ICS academic programs for HSSC and Computer and Biology in SSC. Upon graduation from 12th grade the students are given the Higher Secondary School Certificate by Federal Board of Intermediate & Secondary Education Islamabad. The HSSC is equivalent to an American high school degree or GED.


Nowadays according to the ranking by FBISE, FIC Lahore is ranked first in Lahore region and 7th in overall Pakistan.

Every year students of Fazaia Inter College Lahore got top positions in the FBISE in every subject. A student of Fazaia Inter College Lahore achieved 1045/1100 in Pre Medical with 4th position in 2016 in HSSC, the only student in the history of FBISE to do so to date.[when?]

In 2002 a student[1] secured first position in the matriculation examination of the Federal Board of Intermediate Secondary Education throughout Pakistan and broke several records by securing 787/850 marks.


Class subjects include:

Co-curricular Activities[edit]

Co-curricular activities are arranged among Fazaia Schools and Colleges Central Zone every year in different schools. The college participate in every competition in the zone. These activities include:


To encourage the students, the college has made 10 houses in which students are rolled to participate in-house activities and inter house competitions. The houses are

  • Khadija House (girls only)
  • Ayesha House (girls only)
  • Amina House (girls only)
  • Jinnah House (boys only)
  • Iqbal House (boys only)
  • Munir House (boys only)
  • Alaouddin House (boys only)
  • Hajra house (girls only)


Fazaia College students participate in cricket, football, field hockey, athletics, and basketball. Its teams compete all over Pakistan with Pakistan Air Force Colleges in addition to other colleges and universities



For medical care, the college has a clinic headed by a doctor with the necessary staff to assist.


It is mandatory for students to be in the prescribed dress during college hours. Boys wear a light blue dress shirt with dark grey formal pants, and the girls wear a light blue shirt with white shalwar and duppatta.

Recreational activities[edit]

Picnics are arranged regularly. The students are taken to recreational spots around Lahore. A camping trip is annually made to hydropower dams and parks like Changa Managa.

Drama society and music[edit]

Fazaia College administration encourages students to enjoy acting and music. Drama teams from Fazaia College compete with other colleges throughout Pakistan.


  1. ^ "31,860 pass SSC exam: FBISE declares results By Nasir Iqbal". www.pakstudy.com. Archived from the original on 3 October 2011.

Atif Aslam: singer

Abdullah Munir: singer (2020–21)

Haris Bin Akram: Footballer (2020–21)

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