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PAF College Risalpur

by passfadmin on March 26, 2024 No comments

PAF College Risalpur: Shaping Future Aviators – Admission Process and Fee Structure 2024

Nestled amidst the serene landscape of Risalpur, Pakistan Air Force (PAF) College Risalpur stands as a beacon of excellence in aviation education. Established to cultivate the next generation of aviators for the Pakistan Air Force, this esteemed institution continues to uphold its legacy of producing skilled and disciplined individuals ready to soar the skies. Let’s delve into the offerings of PAF College Risalpur, its admission process, and the fee structure for the year 2024.

About PAF College Risalpur:

PAF College Risalpur is renowned for its comprehensive approach to grooming young minds for the challenges of aerial warfare. Situated in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, the college provides a holistic education that combines rigorous academic curriculum with military training. Since its inception, PAF College has remained a cornerstone of the Pakistan Air Force’s commitment to excellence.

Admission Process 2024:

For aspiring cadets looking to join the esteemed ranks of PAF College Risalpur, the admission process is designed to select the best and brightest candidates. Here is a breakdown of the admission procedure for 2024:

1. Eligibility Criteria:
– Candidates must be male Pakistani citizens.
– Age should be between 15 ½ to 17 ½ years on April 1, 2024.
– Must have passed 8th class or equivalent by March 2024.

2. Entrance Test:
– The College conducts an Entrance Test comprising English, Mathematics, and Intelligence subjects.
– The test is followed by an Interview and Medical Examination.

3. Submission of Forms:
– Application forms are available online on the official PAF website or can be obtained from designated branches of Allied Bank Limited.
– Completed forms, along with required documents, must be submitted by the specified deadline.

4. Selection Criteria:
– Merit is determined based on the candidate’s performance in the Entrance Test, Interview, and Medical Examination.

5. Final Merit List:
– A final merit list is published, and selected candidates are offered admission.

Fee Structure 2024:

The fee structure for College is as follows:

– Admission Fee: PKR 30,000 (one-time payment)
– Caution Money: PKR 10,000 (refundable)
– Tuition Fee (per month): PKR 4,000
– Messing Charges (per month): PKR 3,000
– Incidental Charges (per month): PKR 500


College continues to nurture the aspirations of young aviation enthusiasts, providing a conducive environment for academic excellence and character development. Aspiring cadets who walk through its hallowed halls emerge not only as skilled aviators but also as disciplined leaders ready to serve their country with pride. For those with a passion for the skies and a commitment to the nation, PAF College Risalpur stands as a gateway to a fulfilling career in the Pakistan Air Force.

Note: The information provided is based on available data for the year 2024. For the latest updates and specific details, applicants are advised to refer to the official PAF College Risalpur website or contact the college directly.

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Army Physical Training

by Pasban on October 29, 2020 No comments

Army School of Physical Training


1. Physical Training School was raised at Ambala and shifted same year to Chaklala.

2. Relocated to Toba Camp in 1948.

3. Shifted to present location with the name of Army School of Mountain Warfare and Physical Training.

4. In 1988, Snow Warfare Course was assign to Army High Altitude School, Mountain and Liaison Officer remained with Army School Mountain Warfare and Physical Training.

5. In 2000, Mountain and Liaison Officer Courses also shifted to Army High Altitude School and School was renamed as Army School of Physical Training.

6. Adventure and Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Courses were introduced in 2001.


The Army School of Physical Training is located at Kakul about 9 kms away from Abbottabad (Pakistan). The nearest Railway Station is Havelian, which is 24 kms from the School. There is a regular Taxi service from Havelian to Abbottabad to Upper Kakul. Troop Bus for the Army personnel is also available on this route for all trains.

Being a Hill Station, Abbottabad is very cold in winter and sometimes the minimum temperature drops to zero. Snowfall is a common feature from December to February. During summer it rains heavily and the temperature seldom rises above 30° C. Abbottabad enjoys a very healthy climate throughout the year.

Educational Philosophy

Major effort goes in to train officers and men in Basic and Advance Physical Training. We produce instructors for the units and training institutions of the Pakistan Army. The best facilities of the country are available for Physical Training. We run adventure sports oriented courses i.e. Hang Gliding, Para Gliding, Water Sports (Water Skiing, Wind Surfing), Fencing and Archery for volunteer officers and men of the Armed Forces. We are the flag bearer of the above adventure sports.

The Faculty

During the courses run in the school, Officers/ Junior Commissioned Officers and Non Commissioned Officers undergo training evaluation process; best out of them selected, depending on their performance, are recommended as instructors in school.

The Courses

        • Master Fitness Instructor Course (MFIC)
          • Duration – 11 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 25 x Officers and 250 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course (UCBC)
          • Duration – 8 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 130 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Advance Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course (Adv UCBC)
          • Duration – 6 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 85 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Para Gliding Course (PGC)
          • Duration – 2 Weeks
          • Intake Strength
            • For Army Para Gliding Course – 40 x Officers, Junior Commission Officers and Soldiers
            • For Pakistan Military Academy – 75 x Pakistan Military Academy Para Gliding Course Cadets
            • For Unarmed Combat & Bayonet – 25 x Best students of Advance Fighting Course, Para Gliding Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Course Fighting Course
            • For Civilian Para Gliding Course – As per demand
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Hang Gliding Course (HGC)
          • Duration – 3 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 40 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Power Gliding Course
          • Duration – 2 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 40 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 2 Courses Per Year
        • Sports Coaching Courses
          • Duration – 3 Weeks
          • Intake Strength – 34 x Non Commission Officer / Soldiers
          • Frequency – 6 Courses Per Year
          • Courses – Hockey, Volleyball, Football, Handball, Kabadi, Swimming, Karate, Athletics, Wrestling, Basketball, Baseball, Taekwondo, Judo, Boxing and Karate
      • Water Sports Course (WSC)
        • Duration – 1 Weeks
        • Intake Strength – 30 x Officers / Junior Commission Officer / Soldiers
        • Courses – 2 x Courses for Students ex Advance Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course and 1 x Army Water Sports course per year
        • Facilities Available – Water skiing, Knee Boarding, Wind Surfing, Para Sailing, Jet Ski, Speed Boat, Banana Boat

Selection Criteria

    • Master Fitness Instructor Course (MFIC)
      • Age below 30 years for Non Commission Officers and 26 years for Soldiers
      • 3.2 Kilo Meter in 14 Minutes
      • 40 Push Ups in 2 Minutes
      • 45 Sit Ups in 2 Minutes
      • 8 Chin Ups
      • Medical Fit and Category A


    • Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course (UCBC)
      • Maximum age 30 Years
      • Preferably Physical Training Course qualified
      • Volunteer


    • Advance Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course (Adv UCBC)
      • Students are selected on their performance in Basic Unarmed Combat & Bayonet Fighting Course
  • Sports Coaching Courses
    • Must have represented Division team in the Zonal Championship
    • Ex Army / National / International players be preferred

Extra-Curricular Activities

Recreational facilities of indoor and outdoor games like, squash, gymnastics, weight training, badminton, tennis, football, hockey, handball, basketball, volleyball and hiking are available next to the living accommodation of officers and men.

Extra-Curricular Activities

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    • Training Ground
    • Gymnasium Hall
    • Class Rooms
    • Foreign Officers Quarters
    • Officer Students Living Accommodation
    • Junior Commissioned Officers/ Soldiers living accommodation
    • Cinema Hall


It is indeed an opportunity to train oneself and at the same time explore and unveil the beautiful valleys and mountains of Pakistan. Students from allied countries like USA, France, Italy, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Maldives, Sudan, Sweden and Germany have already joined our courses and expeditions. We believe in imparting best possible training, providing maximum facilities and comfort.

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Military Colleges in Pakistan

by Pasban on October 27, 2020 No comments

Military Colleges in Pakistan

Three Military Colleges in Pakistan

Military College Jhelum

Military College Jhelum (MCJ) is a feeder military high school, located at Sarai Alamgir (Jhelum District) but now in (Gujrat District), Pakistan. Though it is physically located in Gujrat District, due to its very close proximity it is still associated with the City of Jhelum, and is considered to be in the cantonment limit of Jhelum. The institution feeds the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul. Military College Jhelum is one of three military colleges in Pakistan; the others being Military College Murree and Military College Sui.


The college’s foundation stone was laid on 3 March 1922 by the Prince of Wales. as the King George Royal Indian Military School (KGRIMS) at the Jhelum and Jallandhar cantonments in Punjab Province (Jallandhar is now in the Indian state of Punjab but the school was relocated and renamed as the Chail Military School). Regular classes at the college began on 15 September 1925.


Military College Jhelum is located in the district of Gujrat in the town of Sarai Alamgir. Due to its proximity to city of Jhelum and because original Jhelum was on Sarai Alamgir side plus the inclusion of Sarai Alamgir in district Jhelum before 1998, it is widely known as Military College Jhelum (MCJ).

Military College Murree

Military College Murree or MCM, is a military high school, located at Upper Topa, Murree Tehsil, Pakistan. Military College Murree is very close to Rawalpindi thus allowing easy access to it. The institution leeds the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul. Military College Murree is one of the 3 Military Colleges in Pakistan.


The colleges foundation stone was laid on 1 September 2008 by the General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani.

Student Life

The students are called cadets. Cadets take part in sports such as field hockey, football, basketball, volleyball, squash, tennis and horse riding. Fitness activities include judo, karate, gymnastics, jogging and running. Physical training (PT) is conducted in the morning and sports in the evening. Students are taught drill and shooting.

Military College SUI

Military College Sui is a military school located in the town of Sui in the Balochistan province of Pakistan. It is owned and operated by the Pakistan Army and feeds the Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul.

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