BAHRIA Foundation Colleges

Board Of Governors

This body is responsible for laying down policies with regards to education, finances, administration and appointments/ release of the college staff. The board comprises the Managing Director, Director General BAHRIA Education & Training Services, Deputy Managing Director (North), RD(Center), Director Finance, ALA and Executive Director Education & Training (North/ South) as members and Deputy Director S & E (South) as Secretary.

Classes Offered

These are English Medium Colleges run, by and large, on have Public School lines. These:

a. Montessori Nursery Section.

b. Junior Section (Classes I- VII).

c. Senior Section (Classes VIII, IX, X).

d. Cambridge Section: 'O' Levels.

e. College Section: G-Science Groups and Commerce Group in some colleges including B.Com in BFC Gulshan- e-Iqbal Campus.


The college students are divided into four Houses namely Jinnah, Iqbal, Tippu Sultan and Zafar House with flags of green, red, maroon and yellow colours respectively. Each House comprises almost equal number of students from all the classes. This ensures four teams for various annual competitions in academics, sports and other co- curricular activities. Students wear their respective house badges on their uniform, feel proud of this association and thus endeavor to keep their flag high.


Some BAHRIA foundation Colleges follow a curriculum leading to University of Cambridge local Examination Syndicate qualifications ('O' Levels). However, at most campuses, facility is available for students to appear in a Matriculation and FSc of the Local/ federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education. The bifurcation of GCE (Cambridge) and Matric students is made in class VIII where students opting for the Matric stream . BAHRlA FOUNDATION COLLEGES Shift to the Matric curriculum of the relevant Board. Detailed information on the option available at any campus can be obtained from the concerned college office.

Academic Session

The academic session of the college commences in April and ends in March each year. However, it may vary depending on local climatic conditions and Government instructions. The academic session of Class XI & Xll starts from August each year.

College Timings

College working hours would depend on the local climatic conditions and will be promulgated by the college Principal. Montessori classes will, however, finish one period early. Changes in college working hours, if any, will be notified to all concerned.