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Schools in Pakistan: Private, Public schools

Private schools|Public schools: English Medium schools of Pakistan

Rank City Province Population
1 Karachi Sindh 16,631,255
2 Lahore Punjab 8,647,235
3 Faisalabad Punjab 2,808,982
4 Rawalpindi Punjab 2,377,580
5 Multan Punjab 1,928,075
6 Gujranwala Punjab 1,514,590
7 Hyderabad Sindh 1,496,163
8 Peshawar North-West Frontier 1,344,967
9 Quetta Balochistan 825,889
10 Islamabad Islamabad Capital Territory 657,788
11 Sargodha Punjab 573,541
12 Bahawalpur Punjab 516,882
13 Sialkot Punjab 494,591
14 Sukkur Sindh 460,899
15 Larkana Sindh 416,261
16 Jhang Punjab 399,980
17 Shekhupura Punjab 397,186
18 Mardan Khyber Pakhtunkhwa 330,234
19 Rahim Yar Khan Punjab 328,903
20 Gujrat Punjab 340,770
 


 Pakistan is full of high class private schools like Beaconhouse, City School, American Schools, D.HA schools, Convent schools, Cathedral schools, and many Danish schools by Mr. Shahbaz sharif. when Hunza became a princely state protected by the Government of British India. After the Pakistan was created in 1947, the people of Hunza also gained liberation and the princely state was merged in Pakistan.

Nature has given Gilgit Baltistan with perfect beauty, high peaks, snowy mountains, fresh water lakes, lush green fairy meadows, at the same time this area is also blessed with unlimited and heavy deposits of precious and semi-precious stones, precious & semi-precious metals, and industrial stones like Ruby, Gold, Topaz, Aquamarine, Tourmaline, Epidote, Paragasite, Zircon, Actinolite, Lead, Moonstone, Himalayan Quartz, Emerald, Marble, Granite, Feldspar, Mica, Calcite, Feldspar, Antimony, Graphite, Alum, Coal, Copper, Barite, China Clay etc. It is estimated that almost 95% of the precious & semi-precious stones located in Pakistan are found in Gilgit Baltistan.

 
 

 


 

 

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