Cadet College Wana, South Waziristan Agency

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Cadet College Wana is a residential educational institution located at Wana, South Waziristan Agency. Wana is a historic town of South Waziristan Agency 140 km northwest of Dera Ismail Khan, at an altitude of 4850 feet above sea level. It enrolls students in Class 8th aged between 12 and 14 years and provides Secondary School (SSC) and Higher Secondary School (HSSC) Certification. The students called “cadets” usually graduate after a five-year stay at the College. The importance of a Cadet College and its effects on a region was demonstrated by the establishment of Cadet College Razmak in North Waziristan Agency in 1978. Being desirous of change, setting up a Cadet College for South Waziristan Agency became a cherished goal for people of this area. The enduring desire of local tribes was acknowledged once “Operation Rah-e-Nijat” (English: ‘Path to Salvation’) was successfully concluded by Pakistan Army.

Admissions are open to students at Lower Secondary Level in Classes VII and VIII.  Admission in Class XI is granted strictly on merit determined by the Board results, a cadet with less than 60% marks in SSC Exam will not be granted admission in Class XI and will be withdrawn from the College.  Fresh admission to Class IX is subject to availability of vacancies.  The admission schedule is advertised in the leading newspapers of the country.  Admission is based on merit determined through the entry test for respective classes.