Command and Staff College

Quetta, Pakistan

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  • Command and Staff College

    Established: 1905 Quetta

    The Pakistan Army Command and Staff College is a prestigious Pakistani military educational institution where officers receive staff training and education. It was temporarily established in 1905 at Deolali and later shifted to Quetta in ...

    Branch: Pakistan Army

    Motto: "Pir Sho Biyamooz - Saadi" / To what heights can I not rise

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