Burn Hall was established by the Mill Hill Fathers at Srinagar in 1943. After the partition of India in 1947, the missionaries moved to Pakistan, and with the support of Khyber Pakhtunkhawa government, they established a school, under the same name, in a hotel building in Abbottabad. In 1956, another branch of Burn Hall was established on Mansehra Road, which later came to be known as the senior Burn Hall. These institutions functioned under the Diocesan Board of Education, Rawalpindi. In January 1977, it was handed over the management of these institutions to the Pakistan Army and the Senior Burn Hall was renamed as Army Burn Hall College for Boys. Chief of the Army Staff is the Patron of the College and its administrative functioning is executed by a Board of Governors with Commander 10 Corps as its Chairman and Commandant Pakistan Military Academy as its Deputy Chairman. Over the years, Army Burn Hall College for Boys has emerged as reckonable feeder institution to Armed Forces, particularly the Pakistan Army. Developed to its present stature, Army Burn Hall College for Boys occupies a unique position among the elite educational institutions of the country. It has produced generations of Hallians, who rub shoulders with alumni of other top of the line Public Schools and Cadet Colleges in every walk of life.
To function as a Residential-cum-Day Scholars Institution, which pursues multi-dimensional programmes...
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I firmly believe that public schools, like Burn Hall, are our invaluable national assets, which are imparting quality education to the students,...
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