Islamia School Quetta Baluchistan
Baluchistan The Land Of Gold & United
There are multiple schools and colleges of
government as well as of private sector from where youth
of Baluchistan is availing education.
Quetta is the capital of Baluchistan. It
has different good and standard educational institutes. These institutes
include schools, colleges and universities. They all have their own
importance and giving their services in the different areas of the
Quetta city. It includes army schools too. Islamia Girls College and
Islamia School for Girls and boys are one of these institutes.
Islamia High School Quetta was established
on 15th May, 1910 A.D and due to efforts of Anjuman-e-Islamia
the number of students increased vigorously in April 1933.This was the
prove of their dedicated and self less services for education in
Baluchistan. In the 1935 earth quake as all Quetta was destroyed this
institute also suffered and the whole school was completely collapsed.
This collapse of Islamia School Quetta’s building could be the full stop
in educational activities but good cause always owns the courage for its
doers too so the school was rebuilt from the same old bricks and hence
continued their noble aim of educating people. The best thing about
Islamia Schools and Islamia Girls College is that they not only educated
the youth but they also considerate on the character building of
individual. Promotion of Islamic Teachings in lives of youth is one of
the main objectives of this chain of institutions. No doubt Islamia
Schools and Islamia Girls College is the unique blend of modern
technological studies with Islamic teachings.
Different well known personalities have
visited this institute so far which reflects its importance in
educational scenario of Pakistan in general and Baluchistan in
particular. In 1942 Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (R.A) visited
Islamia High school Quetta and during his visit his honourable Mr.
Jinnah (R.A) said “I am very happy to visit this junior Ali Garh.”
Quaid-e-Azam’s these historical lines marked the history for Islamia