About Cadet College Kohlu
Cadet College Kohlu is situated in the heart of Kohlu district. The government approved this college in 2005. In 2016, the college started functioning in Cadet College Mastung for the purpose of letting the administration and the cadets to learn as how to establish and run a new cadet college in a manner desired by the government. Another reason was non completion of physical infrastructure of CCK. However, after the partial completion of infrastructure of CCK, classes were shifted to Kohlu on 10 Sep 2017. Although the institution is in its initial stages, yet it has made splendid place among the Cadet Colleges of the Province. CCK being in one of the far-flung districts of Baluchistan possesses the honor to have cadets from across the Province. It is one of the rare and leading institutions of Baluchistan. CCK not only offers excellent academic environment but also provides very good hostel and sports facilities to cadets. The importance and popularity of the college may be seen in the light of the fact that only during 2019, Governor Baluchistan, two commanders Southern Command, Health Minister Baluchistan and Secretary Higher Education paid official visits which has attracted the attention of potential cadets in Pakistan in general and Baluchistan in particular.
Cadet College Kohlu has a basic public college orientation that will provide high-quality education with an emphasis on personality grooming. The college endeavors to enable the cadets to learn, rise and face the world with discipline, dedication, and dignity.
Cadet College Kohlu envisages itself as a well-structured and established institution, committed to educate and groom its cadets (Kohlians) as balanced, energetic, and productive citizens, imbued with the spirit of inquiry, patriotism and positive mind-set who should be able to make a meaningful contribution to their families, nation and humanity at large.
Kohlu is situated in the south-east of Quetta, Baluchistan. Kohlu is at an elevation of 1180 ft above sea level. It lies in a Latitude of: 29°53′47″ N and a longitude of 69°15′11″ E. It is bordered by Loralai District in the north, Dera Bugti in the south, and in the east by Barkhan. It shares a border with Sibi District in the west. Kohlu District covers a total area of 7,456 square miles (19,310 km2). The area is generally mountainous. The district is divided in three Tehsils i.e., Kohlu, Maiwand and Kahan with eight union councils.
Kohlu is at an elevation of 1180 feet above sea level. Interestingly, it has a temperate climate and receives a lot of rainfall during the Monsoon season. The temperature fluctuates between 36C to 40C in summers. The winters are usually chilly but short. It receives occasional mild snowfall in winters at the peak of lofty mountains. Kohlu has some eye-catching and lofty mountains. The famous mountain known as Koh-e-Jandran has an elevation of 5000 feet from sea level. The famous Fort Munro in the Suleman Mountain range (DG khan) is the nearest tourist resort.
Kohlu is a green valley and inhabited by Marri and Zarkoon tribes living peacefully for the last many centuries. The region is enriched with many minerals such as coal, gas, oil etc. There are some unique picnic and historical places. Tunga-fall is one of the point of the soothing and attractive picnic for the public. Furthermore, it is also famous for shrine of Mustawakli, a great Balochi poet and a mystic (Sufi). The favorable climate makes it an ideal location for a residential college.