OPF Girls College Admissions to Intermediate 2010-11

Overseas Pakistanis Foundation (OPF) Girls College, Islamabad has invited applications for admission to class XI (FA and F.Sc) for the session 2010-11.

First-year class is being offered with Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering, General Science, and Humanities groups.

Minimum Eligibility

  1. F.Sc.: Matriculation with 75% marks
  2. FA: Matriculation with 65% marks

Admission Schedule

Last date for registrationJuly 20, 2010
InterviewJuly 22, 2010
List of students displayedJuly 26, 2010
Payment of dues up toJuly 30, 2010
Regular ClassesAugust 16, 2010

Result awaited students can also apply.

Fee Concession

  1. 100% fee concession for top 3 students with A+ Grade in Matriculation
  2. 75% fee concession for next 3 students with A+ Grade in Matriculation
  3. 50% fee concession for next 3 students with A+ Grade in Matriculation

Contact Details

For registration and further information, you may please contact:

Principal, OPF Girls College
Sector F-8/2, Islamabad, Pakistan.
Telephone: (+92 51) 9261430, 2250987

Comments

  1. i want 2 know what is the standard of education for fsc?
    plx tell?

  2. Mahboob Khan says:

    I have a long relationship with the OPF Girls College,F-8, Islamabad. Back in the 80s I used to help them with coaching clinics inside their tennis court (I tried my best to get this court turn into a decent synthetic court but this could not be done thanks to Government’s bureaucratic hurdles). I always imagined my daughter going to this school/college (my own education occurred in a village “tat school”), that’s why I was quite fascinated about this college. But the problem was I did not have a school going daughter at that time! I re-married and Sarah Mahboob was born. Her earlier basic education occurred at Gulzare Qauid school, airport link road, and then in 1998 I took up a tennis coaching job in Kuwait. It was there that Sarah started going to an international school and also started playing tennis at Khaitan Sports Club Kuwait (because of heat I taught her the tennis basics inside our luxurious flat provided to us by the Government of Kuwait). We returned to Pakistan in 2002, and through courtesy of Mrs. Rabia Noor, Sarah was admitted to class 5th, and she started practicing her tennis at Islamabad club courts. In 2005, Sarah turned out to be the youngest ever national tennis champion both in the Junior as well as women categories, and did her O and A level from the OPF Girls College, Islamabad. In the ensuing years, Sarah received the Prime Minister’s National Youth Award, PM’s High Achievers Award, Roots School System High Achievers Award, and turned out to be the lone Pakistani tennis girl who participated in the 2008 Beijing Olympics as a Participant Trainee!

    Time passes by, new students/teachers arrive, old leave, and the teachers get busy with current students, but I thought I should stop to reflect on this relationship.

    I just wish I had one more daughter so that our connection with this College continues!

    Today I remember, Madam Rabia Noor, Mrs. Shaheena Khan, Mrs. Shams, Ms. Yasmin Gul (PE), Muneeba Cool (PE), and other teachers who were so cooperative to Sarah in her quest for education and tennis.

    Just yesterday, I told this story to Mr. Qaiser Khan/Admin OPF.

    Mahboob Khan
    MKTA (Mahboob Khan Tennis Academy)
    Islamabad Club

  3. Laila Rehman says:

    You guys give admission in FSc for those student if their Matriculation is less than 75% marks.

  4. Qazi Khatib says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Will appreciate if someone confirm, Is there any reserve seats for Overseas parents Children if their Matriculation is less than 75% marks.

    Thanks and Best Regards
    Qazi Khatib from Muscat Oman

  5. maheen qureshi says:

    do u give ny scholorships 4 the students having above 85% mrkx in SSC part 1 and 2…
    and plz tell me about the fee structure for intermediate fsc part 1..

  6. what is the last date of admission in play group

  7. good for fsc a levels not that great

  8. MASROOR ABBASI says:

    VERY GOOD SYSTEM

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