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Islamabad College for Girls
F-6/2, Islamabad.

Introduction

Islamabad College for Girls F-6/2 was founded on 1st May 1968 as Islamabad Model School for Girls. This prestigious educational institution of Islamabad started its classes in an under-construction building without even a boundary wall and with a student population of only 64. Today, by the grace of Allah, it has a student enrollment of about 6000. Initially, Islamabad College for Girls, popularly known as ICG, at home and abroad, had classes up to the Matric Level but was upgraded to the Intermediate level in 1975 and Graduate level in 1985. M.A. English classes were introduced in 1989 followed by the programme of M.Sc. in Applied Psychology. The college is affiliated with the Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad at the graduate and post graduate level. It is a great achievement that ICG has maintained its standard all along. Along with academic excellence, ICG. is renowned for the achievement of its students in sports, curricular and extra-curricular activities. This premier institution of the capital houses classes from Prep to Post-graduate level in one beautiful campus and is unique in this regard. It has the privilege of grooming young girls who have gone on to become useful members of the society- in fact become the backbone of the country in their roles as doctors, engineers, civil servants, teachers and mothers.