Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2022 Class 8th

New admission is announced in Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2022 Class 8th Shaheed Benazirabad Nawabshah has been announced today. If you are a Girl/female and you want to get admission as a girls cadet in class VIII and to become a Pakistan Airforce PAF cadet then it is a great opportunity for you to fulfill your dream. How to get Admission in BCCG full informative article.

BCCG Admission 2021-22 Admission form, Eligibility Criteria, admission test schedule, Fee Structure, Test Syllabus, and Past Papers detail and prospectus detail is given below, read it carefully and apply for New Cadet College admission. Bakhtawar Cadet College for girls is working under the Government of Sindh and Pakistan Airforce PAF. It is the second Govt college of Pakistan for Girls.

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Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2022 Class 8th

Mission Of Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls

Grooming through quality education and development of mental and physical of the young females, with emphasis on character and personality building in sync with universally recognized human value, is the Mission of this cadet college.

Eligibility Criteria To Get Admission in BCCG

  • Education: Students who have passed their class VII with 60% marks or studying in class VII shall be considered fro admission to college purely on merit.
  • Age Required: Candidates desirous for admission need to between 12 and 14 years of age on 1st April of the year of Admission.

Admission Procedure for Bakhtawar Cadet College For Girls

  • The admission form can be collected from college on payment of Rs 2500/- or Rs 2950 through TCS
  • The admission form is also available on college website.
  • Admission test date will be published on website or informed through sms.
  • The Last Date of submission of admission form is 25 December 2021.

Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2022 Class 8th

Written Test Schedule

  • The written test shall be held on 16 January 2022(Sunday).
  • Written Tests will be held in Hyderabad, Lahore, Nawabshah, Sulkhur, Quetta and Mardan.

Entry Test Syllabus & Sample Papers

Following a complete detail of Admission Test Syllabus and Past papers

General Knowledge

Type I: Multiple Choice Questions:

1)         There are _________ planets in our solar system.

a)         4                      b) 8                  c) 10                d) 9

2)         The earth contains ___________ of water.

a)         40%                 b) 60%              c) 71%              d) 80%

3)         The part of computer that allows the user to view information on screen:

a)         Mouse,            b) RAM           c) Motherboard          d) monitor

4)         The holy book Zaboor was revealed upon _____________.

a)         Hazrat Moosa (AS)      b) Hazrat Daud (AS)      c) Hazrat Ibrahim (AS)      d) Hazrat Eesa (AS)

5)         Minar-e-Pakistan is situated in ______________.

a)         Karachi               b) Lahore               c) Quetta               d) Islamabad

 Type II: Fill in the blanks with appropriate answers:

1)         Pakistan is located in continent of ___________.

2)         The largest Sahara desert is located in ____________.

3)         K-2 is the __________ highest peak of the world.

4)         The constitutional name of Pakistan is _____________.

5)         The largest province of Pakistan in terms of population is _____________.

Type III: Mark the statements as True or False:

1)         Graham Bell invented the light bulb.

2)         There are eight stanzas in the National Anthem of Pakistan.

3)         There are two types of memory in computers.

4)         The largest Sahara desert is located in the continent Africa.

5)         The current Prime Minister of Pakistan is Imran Khan.


Q) Write a short paragraph on any one of the following topics:

a) Knowledge is power           

b) A book that I like the most

c) A picnic day

Q) Multiple choice Questions:

1.         A basket of fruits ____given to us on Eid.

a)         Are                   b) is                              c) was              d) were

2.         Aslam doesn’t like _____on weekends.

a)         To work            b) working                  c) work             d)  sleep

3.         There is ____ butter left so we need to buy____ more.

a)         few/some         b) little/some             c) much/many              d) few/ some

4.         His house is ____ to mine.

a)         Next                 b) nearer                      c) near             d) nearest

Q) Do as directed:

1.         The science of ship-building was known to ancient Indians. (Change the voice)

2.         The sage looked at the boy with kind and understanding eyes. (Underline the adjectives and state their kind)

3.         How disgusting! (Identify the type of the sentence)

4.         The child was crying because it was hungry. (Identify the conjunction and state whether it is subordinating or coordinating)

5.         Honest people always speak the truth. (Underline the adverb and state its kind)

6.         A variety of mobile phones are available in the market. (Identify the tense form)

7.         I will show you how to read the stars. (Change into the simple past)

Q) Make Sentences:

Black and white, all eyes on me, stand with no reason, red-handed

Q) Write an essay of about 150 words on any ONE of the following topics.

  a) Miracles of Science   b) A Picnic Day        c) The Most Interesting Birthday of My Life

Q) Read the following paragraph carefully and answer the questions given at the end. 

“Great Book”

The test of a great book is whether we want to read it only once or more than once. Any really great book we want to read the second time even more than we wanted to read it the first time and every additional time that we read it, we find new meanings and new beauties in it. A book that a person of education and good taste does not care to read more than once is very probably not worth much.

But we cannot consider the judgment of a single individual infallible. The opinion that makes a book great must be the opinion of many. For even the greatest critics are apt to have certain dullness, certain in appreciation. A man must be many-sided to utter a trustworthy estimate of many books. We may doubt the judgment of a single critic at times. But there is no doubt possible in regard to the judgment of generations.


(a) What is the test of a great book?

(b) What do we find when we read a great book again?

(c) Which book is not of much worth?

(d) When is doubt not possible about the value of a book?

Q) (a) Translate the following into Urdu:

1. In spite of the heavy rains, we reached on time.

2. She passed her test because of her teacher.

3. She failed her exams because she had a bad teacher.

4. Though she performed well in the interview, she didn’t get the job.

5. In spite of his good grades, he couldn’t secure admission in a good college.

Q. (b) Translate the following into English:


Type I: Multiple Choice Questions:

1) There are __________digits in 432569.

a) 4      b) 9      c) 6      d) 29

2) The reciprocal of x is:

a) x2   b) x        c) 2x     d) 1/x  

3) a + a + a =______________

a) A      b) 3a    c) a3      d) a

4) The radius of a circle is half the measurement of its __________.

a) Circumference        b) perimeter   c) area d) diameter

5) A line has ____________ end points.

a) 2      b) 1      C) no    d) many

Type II: Fill in the blanks with appropriate answers:

1)         If the sum of two angles is 180then angles are called ___________ angles.

2)         The sum of all three angles in a triangle is always equals to ___________.

3)         4 + 2 * 9 =_________.

4)         (a+b) * (a-b)= ____________.

5)         The set of whole numbers is denoted by _________.

Type III: Mark the statements as True or False:

1) There are 8 basic operations in mathematics.

2) Geometry is the study of shapes and measurements.

3) The area of a circle is given by πr2  .

4) In a parallelogram, the opposite sides are parallel and equal with all angles equals to 90o  .

5) An angle less than 90o   is called acute angle.

Type IV: Subjective Questions:

Q) If A= {1,2,3,4,5} and B={5,6,7,8} then find 1)AUB 2)A∩B

Q) Find the area of a circle whose diameter is 20 cm.

Q) Find the square root 729?

Q) Multiply: (a+b) and (a2  – ab + b2  )

Q) Three students got 25, 36, and 42 marks out of 50 marks in the mathematics test. Find their average marks.


Type I: Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs):

1)  The pituitary gland lies just below the:

a)         Tongue            b) brain           c) heart            d) kidneys

2)         The ________ regulates the amount of light entering the eye.

a)         Iris                   b) cornea         c) lens              d) retina

3)         Which one is the unit of work?

a)         Newton              b) meter        c) kelvin           d) joule

4)         White light (sunlight) consist of _________ colors.

a)         6                      b) 7                 c) 8                  d) 9

5)         If force is concentrated in a small area, it creates a __________ pressure.

a)         Low                     b) normal                  c) high                 d) average

Type II: Fill in the blanks with appropriate answers:

1)  Combustion cannot take place without ____________.

2)         The nucleus of an atom contains _________________.

3)         Vitamin ________ makes bones strong.

4)         ____________ increase the fertility of soil.

5)         Acids have _____________ taste.

Type III: Mark the statements as True or False:

1)   Wood is the best conductor of electricity.

2)    Cytoplasm is absent in an animal cell.

3)    H2 O is the formula of water.

4)    Sulphuric acid is found in the human stomach.

5)    When water freezes, it expands.

Type IV: Subjective Questions:

Q)  Draw a labeled diagram of the internal structure of the human eye.

Q)  Write down the difference between atom and molecule?

Q)  Define the following terms:

 a) Work            b) Power           c) Force

Q)  Write a short note on Photosynthesis.

Q) Define Water Cycle.

Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2022 Class 8th

Fee Structure of Bakhtawar Cadet College

I. Admission Form Fee (including Entry Test Fee) Rs.2,450/-

II. Admission Fee (one time only, non-refundable) Rs.10,000/-

III. Security Deposit (one time only, refundable) Rs.10,000/-

IV. M & R (annually) Rs.2,500/

V. College Fee (half-yearly) Rs.96,000/

VI. Self-Financing, for Class XI, if the seats are available Rs.300,000/-

                                                                                       (one time in addition to regular fees)

VII. Books and stationary, Uniform KIT, etc. as per actual charges

The college fee mentioned above (i.e. Rs.192,000/– annually) includes tuition fee, lodging, boarding, laundry, sports, medical treatment, library contribution, Language Lab, Computer training, etc. All payments shall be made through Bank Challan collected from college Accounts Branch OR Bank Draft/Pay Order in favor of the “Principal, Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls, Shaheed Benazirabad”.

Contact Numbers Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls

  • Telephone No: 0244-9370650- 53
  • Mobile No: 0333-7010870
  • Email:
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Bakhtawar Cadet College for Girls Admission 2021-2022 Class 8th

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