Colonel Taimur Hamid Principal
Cadet College Razmak is one of the leading Institution of the country, which earned its name through sheer dedication, perseverance and hard work. The college underwent many ups and downs during the last four decades, Alhamdolillah it is shaping up well now; The performance and contribution of Razmians in all spheres of national life is commendable and a source of inspiration and pride for the institution. Ever since I took over the charge of Cadet College Razmak, I have been trying to identify the problems areas needing our attention with an aim to farther the contribution of my predecessors and achieve institutional excellence. I am committed to the development of cadets’ personality and character, so that they emerge as better students, human being and enlightened individuals prepared to face the challenges that lie ahead and share the burden of their parents and families, rather being a burden on them and the society. In the environment of a consequential race for survival of the fittest the attainment of Quality Education has emerged as the deciding factor in molding the destiny of nations. With national literacy rate below the desired level and even lower in tribal areas, the challenges have multiplied manifold. I know that the talent available the region has no parallel in the world and Cadet College Razmak is a viable answer to these challenges offering broad based and quality education at a minimum cost. The education system of this Institution is therefore geared up to inculcate a synthesis of understanding in its scholar cadets, borrowing from all disciplines of sciences and arts in a direct method approach. The military discipline and regimented atmosphere in which the children acquire systematic education will turn out competent cadets to feed the corps of officers in the Pakistan Armed Forces, Central and Provincial Services and other organizations in the National Public and Private Sectors. Islamic civilization was citadel of Knowledge. Let us reclaim our lost heritage.
Long live Razmians.