The college has an extensive library system, open to students and faculty. It is spacious, well organized and provides a good look at the latest books and periodicals. At present, our library holds more than 18000 books. Books are issued to all student members possessing library membership cards. The library is being continuously updated with the latest editions of relevant books. Students, therefore, must observe library rules as specified below:



Books shall be issued for a period of 10 -days
only and must be returned/renewed on or before the due date. A book shall be renewed/re -issued only if it is not required/reserved by another borrower.

  1. A fine of 10/- per day per book shall be charged.
  2. Not more than two books shall be issued at a time.
  3. If a book is lost, its price will be deemed.
  4. The borrower shall satisfy himself/herself, before the issuance of a book that it is in good condition and that no pages and pictures are torn or missing.
  5. The library staff shall inspect all books at the time they are being returned and shall satisfy him/herself regarding the general condition of a book.
  6. No borrower shall write upon, damage or give any remarks upon books or any other material belonging to the library.
  7. Reference books, Textbooks, Thesis, Newspapers and Magazines shall not be issued to any borrower.


Science labs

With full amenities there are four science labs i.e. Physics Lab, Botany Lab, Zoology lab, Chemistry lab.


Computer labs

The college has three fully equipped computer Labs to meet the needs of students. This facility provides students and faculty with access to internet and other computer related data.


English Language Lab

FCE is furnished with modern computarized English language lab established under CIDA project.


Teacher Training Resource Centre

FCE has well equipped TTRC (under CIDA project


Early Childhood Education Centre

FCE has well-furnished ECE centre that helps train the ECE teachers



The college tries its best to provide bus facility as far as possible but it is responsible for failure to do so under circumstances beyond its control, nor the bus will pick and drop the students from the points other than those fixed by the college. In-charge transport will determine bus routes. He will check bus passes, decide time schedules allow use of buses. He will also be responsible to issue bus cards on payment; cards will be issued on payment on monthly basis. However, the charges are subject to revision by college administration from time to time. In-charge transport is also responsible to introduce a traveling system on card/ticket basis.


The transport facility can be denied to any student who: –

  1.  Misbehaves with his/her fellows and bus staff.
  2.  Has not paid transport charges.
  3.  Does not keep student card and bus pass.
  4.  Damages the bus.

Moreover, the student will pay for the damage done to the bus and will be liable to a major penalty for her/his misbehavior in the bus. A fine of Rs.100/ -is charged for the issuance of a duplicate card.


A Dispensary/First Aid Room has been established in the college which is maintained adequately to provide medical treatment in case of minor injuries and ailments. A qualified dispenser looks after this facility.


The college magazine “PARAS” containing write ups on various subjects by the students is published by the college. It provides an academic exercise to the promising writers among students and also helps to project the news and views about the college affairs. The PARAS is published annually under the supervision of an Editorial Board consisting of senior members and student editors.


There are hostels for male and female students. Residence in the hostel is a privilege and not a right. The enrolment of students in the college, therefore, does not offer any right for hostel accommodation. For all purposes, hostel activities and functions are separate and independent of college activities and functions.


Director FCE is the controlling authority of hostels. Hostel affairs are supervised two wardens (one for male and one for female Hostels). Hostel wardens are responsible for the smooth conduct of hostel affairs. He/she executes the instructions of the Director FCE concerning boarders. Maintenance of discipline, in the hostel, is the responsibility of the wardens. The warden is assisted by a Hostel Superintendents to run day to day affairs of the hostels.

  1. Only college students are eligible for admission in the hostel subject to the availability of seats.
  2. Admission is granted on the basis of academic merit.
  3. Applications for admission should be made on prescribed form, obtainable from the Hostel Superintendent.
  4. Admission to the hostel is granted by Director FCE on the recommendation of the Hostel Admission Committee.
  5. Students, who are finally allotted accommodation, are required to occupy the same within 3-days of the issue of allotment, failing which their seats may be cancelled.
  6. Payment of hostel dues must precede actual possession of a seat in the hostel.
  7. Students belonging to Islamabad/Rawalpindi city are not allowed to avail hostel Facility.
  8. Willing cooperation and readiness to act upon the rules, regulations and instructions issued by the hostel authorities is a prerequisite for continuous occupancy of hostel. Any complaint/enquiry against the conduct etc. Will automatically be considered as disqualification for admission to the hostel.

Hostel dues are deposited in the accounts branch of the college. Failure to pay the dues within the due date shall render the boarder ineligible for availing hostel accommodation.

Mess is run by a committee selected by the superintendent in consultation with the Warden. The expenditure is audited by a staff member appointed by Director FCE. The expenditure incurred towards mess in a month is divided proportionately amongst the boarders according to the mess attendance of each student and the boarders are expected to defray the charges accordingly.

a) Meals shall not be served in the rooms.
b) Meals shall be served during the timings fixed by the hostel authorities.
c) Mess dues must be paid by the 10th of each month.
d) Notice for not taking meals must be given at least 24-hours in advance.
e) Special diet would be given only on the recommendation of the Medical Officer and on payment of extra-charges.
f) Extra meals for guests would be given with the written permission of the warden and would be paid for by the individual concerned.
g) All complaints of the students in respect of food or any other inconvenience shall be reported to the hostel warden.

Compulsory study is a necessary condition for the grant of accommodation in the hostel. Students must study for at least 2-hours daily during night after dinner at timings to be fixed by the Hostel Warden.

  1. For providing an atmosphere worthy of a good educational institution, the boarders are required to observe the following rules of conduct. Stern action may be taken against the violators.
  2.  Boarders are required to observe complete harmony and peace within the premises of the hostel and shall not engage in any activity subversive to rules and regulations or to the instructions issued by the warden.
  3.  Creation or causing of any noise or disturbance at the premises is not allowed.
  4.  No boarder shall indulge in any amusement which disturbs other boarders.
  5.  The boarders are absolutely prohibited to keep a licensed or unlicensed arm or any other weapon of destruction with them in the hostel.
  6.  The furniture and fixture of the hostel shall neither be removed nor damaged in any manner. Any damage to the hostel property shall be recovered from the boarder concerned.
  7.  Drinking/Smoking/Use of drugs or any similar activities are strictly prohibited.
  8.  Playing of cards in the rooms is prohibited. However, for recreational activities, the boarders may use the common room, the timing of which may be notified by the hostel authorities.
  9.  Acts leading to insanitary conditions in or around the hostel are contrary to hostel living.
  10.  Each boarder is expected to make his bed and arrange his wardrobe properly before he leaves his/her room.
  11.  The rooms of boarders are liable to inspection by the Director or Committee appointed by the Director.
  12.  Guests are not allowed to stay over-nights in the hostel except with prior permission of the Warden.
  13.  Entry of persons considered to be against the interest and discipline of the hostel shall stand prohibited.
  14.  Radio-sets, Tape-recorders or Record-players are not allowed in the living rooms.
  15.  While living in the hostel, it is supposed that a boarder shall neither be a borrower nor a lender. Accordingly complaints in this regard shall not be entertained by the Hostel Warden.
  16.  Pets are not allowed. Likewise private servants are disallowed.
  17.  It is obligatory on the occupants to keep their room locked in case of absence.
  18.  Cooking inside the rooms is prohibited.
  19. Day-scholars are not allowed to enter in hostel premises
  20.  No boarder is allowed to leave the hostel without prior permission of the Warden.
  21.  Boarders will not remain in the hostel except when indisposed, while college is functioning or when their classes are in progress.
  22.  A medical fitness certificate has to be provided at the time of Admission.
  23.   Boarders are advised not to keep valuables in their rooms.
  24.   Electrical appliances shall not be used without prior approval and after defraying the necessary charges thereof.
  25.  Lights at night must be switched off after study hours. Those found keeping lights on without any purpose shall be fined.
  26.  A boarder seeking to stay away for one or more nights from the hostel, will inform the warden. If any student is found absent from the hostel, with authorised leave, he/she shall be liable to fine. Any boarder who develops habits of late coming during nights shall be expelled from the hostel. He/she may as well be removed from the rolls of college on the recommendation of the warden in this respect.