College faces problems

November 6, 2013 Off By Web Desk

Mandi Bahauddin: Members of civil society have complained that Government Post Graduate College Mandi Bahauddin is without facilities for imparting education to students.

They said that the college faced problems such as acute shortage of furniture, lack of computer lab and science and computer teachers and lack of IT facilities. Total number of students studying in the college is above 3000 and there is shortage of 600 chairs. Similarly building and class rooms are inadequate to accommodate all students.

There is only one play ground and that is not enough for students for playing and other extracurricular activities. They suggested that vacant railway land adjacent the college on north side should be given to the college for constructing playgrounds. In Post Graduate portion of the college science classes have not been started due to non availability of lab and science


The students desiring to get Master degree in sciences had to move to Lahore or other cities where colleges have sciences classes. They have urged Punjab Government to take notice of problems being faced by the college and allocate funds as a special case to complete deficiency of required facilities and teaching staff.