Mansehra International Public School and College

Mansehra International Public School And College

Mansehra International Public School and College

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Mansehra International Public School and College (MIPS), is a private high school in Mansehra, Pakistan. It was founded in 1995 by Engr Sher Afzal Khan Swati. The school is situated, about 3400 feet above sea level, close to the Abbottabad Road in the middle of the Government Food Godown. The area where the school is situated was devastated by the 2005 Kashmir earthquake on 8 October 2005.. The Dallas Morning News, 28 November 2005.

Administration

The school is administrated by Sher Afzal Khan Swati and Faisal Khan Swati. It is divided into separate sections for boys and girls. Both the school and the college provide boarding. Currently, there are over 750 students studying in the school and 400 in the college. Of these, 45 children receive full financial support from the Institution. The faculty consists of 50 staff.

The institution is self-governing under a board of Governors. The Government Allotted Registration No is 1279 as a Permanent Recognized Education Department.

Academic aspects

The primary aim of this institution is imparting a sound education and development such that the students may become useful and efficient citizens of Pakistan.

The teaching medium is English and...
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