The city Chakwal is located in the north of Punjab. Before the independence, Chakwal was a tehsil of the district Jhelum but it was upgraded to the district level in 1985. It borders the district of Rawalpindi and Attock in the north, Jhelum in the east, Khushab in the south and Mianwali in the west. The total area of the district is 6609 squares kilometers. The southern portion of Chakwal runs into the salt range. River Sohan flows at its northern boundary. The area lying at the beginning of Pothohar Plateau and salt range is barrani and the terrain mainly contains scrub forest in the south west. Whereas, north and north east of the district is occupied by the plains interspaced with dry rocky patches. The important historical site in Chakwal is Katas Raj; a 3000 year old town sacred to Hindus and is located about 5 km west of Choa-Saidan Shah. Chakwal is the largest peanut growing district. It also houses an Agriculture Research Farm, where improved verities of Peanut crops are being produced.
Chakwal is a thickly populated city and there were growing demands of the hardworking students and their motivated parents for the establishment of an institution to impart quality education in science and commerce. Consequently, the management of Punjab Colleges established a new institution at Bhoun Road. The college campus is fairly spacious, purpose built and air conditioned providing a peaceful learning atmosphere not previously available in this locality. There is unprecedented state of the art computer laboratory and nicely furnished Biology, Chemistry and Physics laboratories equipped with the latest equipment. Content-based animations in the subject of Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry and Physics are employed for concept oriented learning. The faculty members are highly qualified, experienced and quality conscious. The college is affiliated with the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Rawalpindi.