Nusrat Jehan Academy

Nusrat Jehan Academy boys campus is situated right next to the Aqsa Mosque complex; beside a small sized hill in Rabwah. This complex includes a number of classes, several administrative offices, two tuckshops and a couple of grassy plots (which serve as the playgrounds).There is also a building of Inter College, within the bounds of the campus.
Administrative buildings include two separate staff rooms (for male and female teachers), the clerk's office, the fees office and the Principal's office.For physical fitness of the students a basketball court, a badminton court and a playground is also provided by the institute (but there is no permission to use them). Similarly, for educational purpose library, biology lab, physics lab, chemistry lab and a computer lab equipped with advanced equipments are also present. A hall having capacity of more than 300 chairs is also present. It is primarily used for all gatherings and ceremonies, ranging from board exams to prize distribution ceremony and other informative seminars.
The whole campus is equipped with basic facilities; chairs, desks, white boards and electricity. On the other hand most of these rooms are very old and need to be rebuild or at least re-decorated. Several plants are planted in the corridor. Attractive and informative drawings are painted on the walls, which reflect the importance of education, respect and obedience. Most importantly, fully ventilated toilets are also an important part of the campus.

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