Punjab Group of Colleges (PGC) Kotli Campus/h2>
Kotli is the chief town of Kotli district in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. It is linked with Mirpur by two metalled roads, one via Rajdhani (90km) and the other via Charhoi. It is also directly linked with Rawlakot via Trashal (82km) and a double road which links Kotli with the rest of Pakistan via Sehnsa, another major town in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. Kotli is roughly a three hours drive from Islamabad and Rawalpindi, at a distance of 117 km. Kotli was founded in fifteenth century by a branch of the royal family of Kashmir. Kotli and Poonch remained independent until subdued by Ranjit Singh in 1815 and 1819 respectively.
The opening of Punjab College at Kotli brings a sigh of relief to its inhabitants who had been waiting for a long time for an institution which could impart quality education at an affordable price. The strong desire of the parents of Kotli who are mostly residing in England, had always wanted to get their children educated in an excellent academic institution. The establishment of Punjab College Kotli meets their requirement. Well furnished class rooms, modern laboratories, enriched library and bookshop in the beautiful hilly area of Kotli makes the college campus even more comfortable for the Europe-born children of the area. The trusted brand of the Punjab Group of Colleges will enhance the intellectual potential of the students and architectural structures of the fast growing city of Kotli. Holding of sports gala, seminars, quizzes, debates and conferences at the campus will soon become the talk of the town.