Army Burn Hall College

Abbottabad, Pakistan

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  • Army Burn Hall College

    Established: 1943 Abbottabad

    Army Burn Hall College (ABHC) is a school and college, formerly operating along English public school lines in Abbottabad, Pakistan, with separate sections for boys and girls; and now gradually turning into a cadet-type institution. ...

    Branch: Pakistan Army

    Motto: Iman, Taqwa, Jihad fi Sabilillah / "A follower of none but Allah, the fear of Allah, Jihad for Allah"

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