Co-curricular activities

Co-curricular activities



The role of the co-curricular activities cannot be denied in the character building of the students. Keeping in view this objective, various types of competitions e.g., Husni Qirat, Naat Khwani, Debates,creative writing ,Hand Writing and Quiz competitions are held regularly to flourish the sense of competition among the students. All the college students incurged and provoked to paticipate in healthy co-curricular activities besides studies. Prizes, Certificates and Shields being awarded to the winning students on the annual prize distribution ceremony.


Mental growth and physical development is must for a healthy mind. To enhance mental abilities and physical potentialities of the students all facilities of sports and training are provided. The college students have been showing commendable performance in the board and university tournaments for the last few years and have won distinctions in some games


To sharpen the intellectual abilities and literary skills of the students, GGDC TANGI Charsadda publishes its annual magazine HORIZEN, which consists of three sections in English, Urdu and Pashto. All the college professors and students are invited to furnish their contributions to the magazine. The articles are judged by the editorial board and good creative essays, short stories, poems etc are selected for publication.


A valuable asset of the college is its library, which consists of sufficient number of books that are issued to the students for a fortnight period. This period may be extended provided that the same book is not required by another student. A student can borrow one book at a time and he is liable to a fine of Rupee one per day, if he fails to return it in due time. In case of loss of a book or any damage to it, the students concerned has to either replace it or deposit three-fold price in the government treasury. Journals, reference and text books may be studied in the library but cannot be borrowed. Library is a silence zone where chattering is not allowed.

Proctorial Board

Discipline and good manners are the most important factors for education and training. Peaceful and congenial educational environment contributes to the achievements of the objectives that are the basis of national character building. A Proctorial board is, therefore, organized to persuade students to observe perfect discipline. It has two main chapters: Members are appointed from among the teaching staff, called the staff proctors, while the others from students and the team works under the supervision of the first. A suitable person from amongst the teaching staff is appointed as the head of the Proctorial board known as the Chief Proctor.

Proctorial board keeps a vigilant eye on the general attitude/behaviour of the students and helps in the maintenance of discipline. They have to perform the under mentioned duties:

(i) To make sure that discipline is properly maintained.

(ii) To be present in the college during functions, Board/University examinations, sports and other competitions.

(iii) To ensure that the students are in proper uniform and represent the college in an appropriate manner.

Character-building society of the college

The college has established a character-building society. This society aims to build the character of the youths/students and tries to make them good citizens of the country. Various debates, programmes, and activities are carried out for achieving this objective of inculcating good manners, habits, and morals in the students. Currently,Ms Gul-e-Rana, the Principal of the college, patronizes this society as its president.