Mindful of the healthy and positive imprints of the sporting activities in grooming the personalities of the youth, College facilitates in the provision of as many sporting opportunities as possible.


Regular inter-house competition s in a variety of  co-curricular activities and sports /athletics are arranged to generate the spirit of competition among students, to inculcate and infuse qualities of leader ship, sens of discipline and coordination, and to make them learn philosophy of obedience and command. A student once allotted a House at the time of his admission shall remain affiliated with that House throughout his stay in the college. Each House is supervised by House Master and Assistant Housed Master from class I to XII.

Following are the four Houses in college:

  1. Sir Syed House (Color Blue)
  2. Iqbal House( Color Red)
  3. Jinnah House( Color Green)
  4. Liaquat House( Color Yellow)



Various clubs and and societies (named below) have been  constituted in this college. The overall purpose of the these clubs and societies is to help develop optimally rounded individuals.

  1. Islamic Society
  2. Science Society
  3. Debating Society
  4. Music Club
  5. Dramatic & Art Club
  6. Literary Club
  7. Hiking and Excursion Club

Each club and society is supervised by a staff member. The active participation of students in the above mentioned societies and clubs helps them to explore the hidden talent which they possess and become more efficient and productive in their work, education and personal life.


Institute of Space Technology (IST) is organising a four-day activity-based programme to celebrate World Space Week from November 6 to 10 with a view to generate space awareness among students from a large number of schools and colleges of the twin cities and surrounding areas.

Dr. Zaffar M. Khan, director general of the ORIC IST, graced the occasion as chief guest. He enlightened the audience with his scholarly views about ‘Space: Guiding Your Way,’ the theme for this year’s World Space Week.

The opening ceremony was followed by an interesting gathering titled ‘Space March’ featuring over 1,000 students of different schools and colleges carrying display cards showing space slogans with the theme ‘Space: Guiding Your Way’.

IMCB,G-10/4 students participated in this event and got 1st position in calligraphy(senior),3rd in e-gaming,2nd in painting junior.


A farewell and welcome party is arranged by intermediate students 0n 6th December 2014 in which express their talent in singing,comparing,composing , acting and martial arts.

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