Quiz programmes are an integral part of the academic session of
the college. They aim at providing entertainment and education
to the students at the same time because the questions asked in
these programmes are set from the syllabus. These programmes
assist students so much in preparation of exams that most of the
board toppers are former quiz winners. Many eminent
educationists and scholars are invited in these programmes as
guests of honour in order to share their experience with the
The Literary Society of the College organizes debate
competitions every year on burning issues in order to polish the
communication skills and confidence of the students. Judges are
the celebrities from different walks of life.
The life of our beloved prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) has
always been a beacon of light for the humanity. In order to pay
homage to the Holy Prophet (PBUH), the college organizes a
Mehfil- e- Milad every year during the last decade of Ramadan.
Students of the college glorify the greatness of the life and
the teachings of the Prophet (PBUH) in their passionate voices.
This sacred gathering is so well arranged that it is telecast on
several private TV channels afterwards.
Annual Mushaira is yet another co-curricular event aimed at
enhancing and applauding the creative literary spirit of the
youth. Students feel elevated when they get an opportunity to
recite their poetic effort before the prominent literary figures
of the country. Distinguished poets like Ahmad Faraz, Anwer
Masood, Amjad Islam Amjad, Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi, Atta ul Haq Qasmi,
Saad Ullah Shah, Farhat Abbas Shah and other literary figures of
the country often adorn the mushaira evenings with their
Musical concerts are like whiffs of fresh breeze that break the
tiresome and hectic routine of studies at the college. Both
students and teachers enjoy such musical evenings a lot. Many
heartthrob singers and bands of the nation like Atif Aslam,
Ibrar ul Haq, Junoon, Najam Sheraz and Faakhir amuse the
audience off and on with their memorable performance.
To revive our cultural norms in the era of prevailing foreign
influence, the college plays its part by organizing cultural
festivals every year. The trademark features of these festivals
include different sports events, stalls, regional dresses'
competitions and various other cultural and entertaining
The students of Punjab College excel in co-curricular and extra
curricular activities alike in the Annual Sports Day of the
College. Students compete for badminton, cricket, cycling, shot
put, athletics, tug of war, etc. The day starts with a colourful
and disciplined march past of the participating houses and ends
with a ceremonious prize distribution. Such activities inculcate
discipline and sportsmanship in the students so much so that
they ultimately win the general trophies of the board and the
university every year.
Al-Razi, the College Magazine,
The College Magazine, Al-Razi covers all the academic and co-
curricular activities on one hand and it gives opportunity to
the students of the college to explore and polish their hidden
capabilities on the other hand. The students in the editorial
board also learn how to work in a group with their teachers. The
Magazine is a complete book having literary, humorous, and
scientific works of the students as well as teachers.
Recreational trips to Murree, Kallar Kahaar, Swat and Kaghan are
the most awaited entertaining events in the college life of the
students at Punjab College. During these trips the college
arranges for the students sumptuous dinners, exciting bonfires
and opportunities to refresh themselves for further studies.
Monthly Tests / Send up
To assess the learning ability of the students on monthly basis,
Punjab Colleges have a very disciplined and regular system of
monthly tests. The results of these tests are promptly
dispatched to the parents.
Similarly, Send up exams are the most momentous academic
activity of the session. Through these exams the students get an
idea of the board exams and thus prepare themselves for it.