A non-political, non-commercial organization of retired Naval Officers.

The Pakistan Navy League

A non-political, non-commercial organization of retired Naval Officers.



To assume the esteemed role of Patron in Chief of Navy League is a privilege that is both gratifying and venerating. Gratification, for seeing this vibrant organization flourish in earnest and reverence, since many of my mentors are part of it.

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The Navy League was founded to provide a platform for retired officers of the Pakistan Navy, to come together and foster a sense of camaraderie after leaving active service. Since its inception in 2001, it has expanded with over six hundred and fifty members and has evolved into a thriving, non-commercial, and non-political organization.

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Pakistan Navy League, a non-political, non-commercial organization

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Welcome to the official website of the Pakistan Navy League, an esteemed organization established in 2001 to serve as a distinguished platform for retired Naval Officers. With a resolute commitment to promoting camaraderie, welfare, and the preservation of maritime interests, values, and traditions, the Navy League stands as a beacon of excellence and unity within our esteemed community.

As a non-political and non-commercial organization, the Navy League was conceived with a clear purpose in mind – to revive old contacts and associations among retired Naval Officers. We recognize the invaluable wealth of experience and knowledge that our community possesses, and through fostering meaningful interactions, we strive to nurture lifelong bonds and create a supportive network for all our members.

Our primary objective is to promote the welfare of retired Naval Officers, ensuring that their needs, concerns, and aspirations are heard and addressed. By providing a dedicated platform for retired officers to engage and share their insights, the Navy League aims to empower our esteemed community and enhance their overall well-being.

Moreover, we firmly believe that our collective strength lies in our ability to support and strengthen Pakistan's maritime interests. The Navy League is deeply committed to serving as a stalwart advocate for the advancement and preservation of our country's maritime values, traditions, and capabilities. Through strategic initiatives, collaborations, and partnerships, we aim to contribute significantly to the growth and excellence of Pakistan's maritime domain.

Recognizing our social responsibility, the Navy League endeavors to actively participate in social and educational activities aimed at uplifting the underprivileged sections of society. We firmly believe in the transformative power of education and are dedicated to supporting initiatives that enable access to quality education, particularly for those less fortunate. By leveraging our expertise, resources, and collective effort, we seek to contribute meaningfully to the betterment of society as a whole.

Situated at F-31, Block-9 Clifton Karachi, the Navy League operates from its dedicated office, serving as the hub of our organizational activities. Our operations are guided by the Memorandum of Association, a comprehensive book of principles and guidelines that has received formal registration and recognition from the Registrar of Societies. This validation further affirms our organization's credibility, transparency, and commitment to upholding the highest standards of integrity.

The eminent position of the Chief of Naval Staff as our Patron-in-Chief exemplifies the significance of the Navy League and its objectives. Through a general consensus, the Chief of Naval Staff has graciously accepted this role, highlighting the endorsement and support of the highest authority within the Pakistan Navy. This invaluable patronage reinforces our organization's importance and reinforces our commitment to fostering collaboration, excellence, and advancement within our community.

The Navy League's leadership structure is anchored in democratic principles, ensuring transparency, accountability, and fair representation. The President, Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and other office bearers are elected through a rigorous and impartial balloting process, providing an opportunity for every member's voice to be heard and valued.
Membership in the Navy League is open to all retired officers of the Pakistan Navy, as well as their spouses. We also extend our heartfelt invitation to the widows of deceased Naval officers, recognizing their immense contributions and sacrifices. By welcoming all members of our community, we strive to create an inclusive environment that fosters unity, support, and mutual growth.

Through this website, we provide a comprehensive resource to explore the Navy League's activities, initiatives, and events. We invite you to delve into the wealth of information available, engage with fellow members, and actively participate in our endeavors. Together, we can strengthen the bonds that tie us and collectively shape a brighter future for our community and our beloved nation.
Thank you for visiting the Pakistan Navy League's website. We are honored to have you as part of our esteemed community, and we look forward to your active engagement and support as we navigate the path towards greater welfare, unity, and maritime excellence

The Navy League Bureau
F-31, Block-9, Clifton Karachi-75600
Phone: 48501563, 48501715, 35823209
Email: info@paknavyleague.com

A non-political, non-commercial organization of retired Naval Officers

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Introduction / Background
1. The Navy League is a non-political, non-commercial organization established in 2001 as a forum for the interaction of retired Naval officers. Its purpose is to revive old contacts and associations amongst the community of former Naval Officers and promote their welfare. It also supports and strengthens the country's overall maritime interests, including its values and traditions. Besides these activities, it also participates in social and educational activities for bringing about betterment. The League is registered under the Societies Act XXI of 1860 and has recently been granted a waiver of tax by the authorities.

2. The Navy League as part of the ‘Good Deeds Activities’ as per the Charter of Memorandum of Association (MOA) is looking after Ghulam Nabi Secondary School since 2003. At the time of the adoption of the school, the overall strength of students was about 200 which now stands at 700, with a large number of children on a waiting list, the infrastructure of buildings in extremely dilapidated condition and acute shortage of teachers. The school is located on Baba Islands, a poor fisherman village having a population of about 16,000 inhabitants. Although the education facility had extensively existed for a long, due to the non-provision of resources, the school had deteriorated with the passage of time.
3. The school have been adopted by the Navy League under the aegis of the Sindh Education Foundation (SEF) with the following laid down objectives:
a. To improve basic infrastructure and to provide a conducive educational environment. This includes improvement in the physical condition of the school and providing resources channelled to improve the
overall learning environment
b. Gradually ensure academic excellence with innovative teaching styles through the training of teachers.
c. Support staff capacity building to enhance the learning environment.
d. Finally, monitor and supervise need assessments for smooth functioning and efficient running of the public facility.
Activities Undertaken
4. The following activities have been undertaken by the League to meet the above objective
a. The Memorandum of Association stipulates the aims and objectives of the Navy League, which receives and administers funds for educational, cultural and charitable purposes. In this regard as part of ‘Good Deed Acts’, the League has adopted a school located at Baba Island.
b. Since 2003 the Navy League is administering the school under the aegis of the Sindh Education Foundation (SEF), through the “Adopt a School” Policy. At the time of taking over the school, the maintenance standards had deteriorated to a large extent. Provision of clean water, lights, fans and general amenities was non-existent. The strength of the students stood at 200. At present, the school proudly boast of a total strength of 650 students. Due to the non-availability of classrooms, a large population of the Island is still waiting on the sidelines and eagerly looking forward to their basic education rights. Eight rooms have since been added along with the provision of fans/lighting etc
c. The teaching staff has been inducted from the literate society existing on the Island, after subsequent training through Sindh Education Foundation, Bahria University and are performing admirably.
5. The under-mentioned support is being rendered by the League
a. Sixteen Teachers have been appointed for Baba Island School by the Navy League, Salary is funded through the Navy League ‘Good Deeds Account’
b. The Navy League has been instrumental in bringing about a qualitative change in the education being imparted at the school through following
i. Teachers Basic Training from Sindh Education Foundation
ii. Teachers workshops at the Bahria University
iii. Teachers Basic Computer Training Course by Bahria University.
iv. Workshop on Teaching Techniques at Teachers Resource Center
v. English Language Course at PNS Bahadur Language Laboratory
vi. P.T.C and C.T Courses are in progress
c. The League besides the above has provided items of general amenity i-e: Stationery and Training Aids, Dual Desks, Black Board, School Bags for Students, Water Cooler, Steel Almirah, Teacher's Tables & Chairs and Sofa Sets & Chairs for office
d. Holding of Eye Camp under the aegis of LRBT on 10 August 2004. General statistics of persons availing of this facility are as under
i. Total Patients attended: 125.
ii. Patients referred for Operations: 15.
iii. Patients are given glass number: 60.
iv. Other remaining patients were given free medicine & referred.
e. Second Eye Camp at Baba Island with the help of LRBT on 25 July 2006 and Third in 2008.
i. Total Patients attended: 334.
ii. Patients referred for Operations: 26.
iii. Patients are given glass numbers: 67.
iv. Other remaining patients give free medicine & referred.
6. General improvement /maintenance activities at the school are as under.
Renewal of flooring in School Hall.
Renewal of flooring of the School ground.
Construction of eight new Classrooms in the School.
Construction of Two new Washrooms.
Three old Washrooms were renovated.
Fresh water line constructed for washrooms and electric water coolers provided.
Renewal of Roof flooring Classrooms and Hall.
White Wash of School annually.
Setting up of Computer Lab.
Future Plans - Good Deeds Activities
The following activities have been planned for the future.
a. Reconstruction of the main Hall and six new Classrooms.
b. Flooring with Tiles in all Classrooms is in the planning stage this is to offset the adverse weather conditions prevalent on the Island, therefore requiring a substantial expenditure.
c. Provision of student desks.
d. Provision of a playground.
e. Provision of sports equipment.

Pakistan Navy League, a non-political, non-commercial organization

  •  27.03.2024 14:16
  •   Bahria University Health Sciences Campus Karachi

The Pakistan Navy League has taken up the noble cause of empowering communities such as Baba Island through education and opportunity. Leading this transformative endeavor is their latest initiative, a collaborative partnership with Bahria University Health Sciences Campus Karachi, aimed at launching a specialized Basic Nursing Course specifically designed for the young women of Baba Island. In the following article, we embark on an exploration of the inspiring narrative behind the Pakistan Navy League's nursing initiative. This initiative not only empowers Baba Island but also serves as a catalyst for transforming lives and nurturing a brighter future for all its inhabitants.

  •  09.02.2024 20:05
  •   Sailing club clifton

The Pakistan Navy League recently convened its 21st Annual General Body Meeting, a testament to its enduring commitment to service and community engagement. Held at the Sailing Club on February 9th, 2024, the meeting brought together approximately 90 dedicated members to reflect on past achievements, acknowledge progress, and chart a course for the future. Here, we delve into the key highlights of this spirited gathering, where camaraderie, dedication, and a shared vision for positive change were palpable.

  •  29.01.2024 15:30 - 08.02.2024 15:30

In the winter of 2024, the Pakistan Navy League embarked on an extraordinary voyage, a journey of cultural immersion and scenic exploration in the heart of Southeast Asia. This ten-day sojourn, from January 29th to February 8th, took a spirited group of 23 members along with their spouses, predominantly senior citizens, across the captivating landscapes of Viet Nam and Bangkok. Under the expert guidance of tour operator Masood Rizvi, this expedition was crafted not just as a mere tour, but as an odyssey of discovery and camaraderie. The journey was meticulously organized, prioritizing comfort and accessibility, considering the diverse needs of its members. This journey was more than a tour; it was a testament to the enduring spirit of exploration that the Pakistan Navy League embodies, a narrative of embracing new experiences and forming lasting bonds amidst the backdrop of Southeast Asia's diverse splendor.

  •  17.12.2023 20:00
  •   Pearl Continental Hotel Karachi

On December 17, 2023, the Pakistan Navy League held a memorable dinner at the Pearl Continental Hotel in Karachi, bringing together 65 members, including senior and junior officers, and their spouses. The event took place at the Chandni Lounge, known for its luxury and exquisite dining. Attendees enjoyed a buffet of traditional Pakistani dishes and a live barbecue, accompanied by live music and stunning rooftop views of Karachi. The evening fostered camaraderie and unity among members, emphasizing the importance of community within the organization. It was a resounding success and left lasting memories for all involved.

  •  13.11.2023 13:25
  •   Wasena Wedding Hall, located near Anchorage in Islamabad

On November 12th, 2023, an event was unfolded at the exquisite Wasena Wedding Hall, located near Anchorage in Islamabad. This event was nothing short of a heartwarming Farewell , a tribute orchestrated by Commodore Naseem Ghafoor, to bid adieu as Vice President of Pakistan Navy League Islamabad Chapter to the venerable Admiral Saleem Akhtar and his unwaveringly dedicated team.

  •  04.11.2023 11:42
  •   Services, Services Mess Club, Merewether Road, Civil Lines, Karachi, Pakistan

The Navy League keeps the tradition alive by hosting a special STAG Lunch. With the spirit of brotherhood and honor at its core, the League On November 4th, celebrated its storied STAG Lunch. The grandeur of the Services Mess played host to this exclusive gathering, bringing together distinguished individuals who share an unwavering commitment to their nation's naval defense. This event wasn't just a meal; it was a celebration of shared values and collective dedication, embodying the essence of the League's enduring camaraderie.

  •  12.09.2023 23:59 - 17.09.2023 23:59
  •   Skardu

In a notable endeavor, the Pakistan Navy League has meticulously organized a spectacular expedition to the illustrious Skardu Valley, renowned for its unspoiled lakes and imposing mountain ranges. The venture, under the astute leadership of Commodore Rashid Ulla, was marked by meticulous planning and insightful guidance owing to his extensive experience in exploration. Recognizing the complexities inherent in such an undertaking, the Navy League aligned with a proficient tour operator to curate a holistic six-day itinerary, unveiling the diverse wonders of Skardu. Remarkably inclusive, the expedition welcomed family members, fostering an environment of excitement and familial bonding, and attracted 35 enthusiastic participants. Spanning September 12th to 17th, the journey intertwined luxury, local culinary experiences, mesmerizing aerial views of northern landscapes, and rhythmic discoveries of nature’s masterpieces, crafting not just a visual feast but a transcendental journey into nature's exquisite magnificence.

  •  20.08.2023 09:00
  •   Dream World Family Resort Hotel And Golf Club Taiser Town, Karachi, Pakistan

The Pakistan Navy League orchestrated a memorable day-out at Dreamworld Water Park & Resort in Karachi for its members and their families. Beginning at Duck Park, two buses transported attendees to the resort. Throughout the day, families enjoyed various attractions like the wave pool, water slides, and artificial sea. The event culminated in a delightful Pakistani buffet lunch, leaving everyone with cherished memories of a day filled with laughter, bonding, and fun.

  •  13.05.2023 12:00

Pakistan Maritime Museum, a fascinating journey through Pakistan's rich maritime history, its naval achievements, and its contributions to regional security and stability. As members of the Pakistan Navy League, we recently had the privilege of visiting this magnificent museum, located on Habib Ibrahim Rehmatulla Road near Bahria.Auditorium, Karsaz Karachi

  •  04.03.2023 10:19

The visit to PNS Tughril provided the Pakistan Navy League members with a unique opportunity to witness the PNS Tughril's advanced features and capabilities firsthand. The warm welcome and informative presentation made the visit a memorable experience for all the guests, and they were able to gain a deeper appreciation of the important role that the Pakistan Navy plays in ensuring the country's security. See Photos in Gallery

  •  11.02.2023 19:30
  •   National Sailing Centre Clifton Karaci

The 20th Annual General Meeting of the Navy League took place with great enthusiasm and energy at Sailing Club Karachi

  •  01.02.2023 14:00
  •   PNS Karsaz

The members at the Navy League’s STAG lunch event had a great time eating delicious food, sharing stories, and talking about the Navy. Everyone had lots of fun and felt inspired afterwards.

  •  28.01.2023 11:22
  •   Baba Iceland Karachi

The Navy League as part of the ‘Good Deeds Activities’ is looking after Ghulam Nabi Secondary School since 2003. At the time of the adoption of the school, the overall strength of students was about 200 which now stands at 700, with a large number of children on a waiting list, the infrastructure of buildings was in extremely dilapidated condition and there was an acute shortage of teachers before taking over by Navy league.. The school is located on Baba Islands, a poor fisherman village having a population of about 16,000 inhabitants. Although the education facility had extensively existed for a long, due to the non-provision of resources, the school had deteriorated with the passage of time. Members were delighted to meet the students and teachers.

  •  03.11.2022 20:01 - 13.11.2022 20:01
  •  26.10.2022 14:09
  •   Clifton, Karachi, Pakistan

NAVY LEAGUE celebrated 90th birthday of Cdr (R) S J A Jafri in NAVY LEAGUE Office.

  •  06.11.2021 20:31
  •   National Sailing Centre Clifton Karachi


  •  19.09.2019 21:48 - 27.09.2019 21:48

The heritage tour offered a captivating experience, blending the past and future through impressive architectural landmarks. Samarkand, transformed by Emir Taimur, showcased the rich Muslim history with its mosques, madrasas, and mausoleums. This city became a symbol of the Muslim pursuit of knowledge, as seen in the contributions of figures like Imam al-Bukhari, the Naqshbandiyah Sufi order, and al-Beruni. The tour's highlight was the awe-inspiring Registan, featuring monumental bluish monoliths and intricate geometric patterns representing the power of nature. Standing in awe of these architectural marvels was a lifelong experience, witnessing their splendor and magnificence.

  •  10.10.2017 20:18 - 23.10.2017 20:18

NAVY LEAGUE CHINA/TIBET TOUR 10-23 OCTOBER 2017. The China tour was a captivating journey through a land steeped in history and vibrant culture. From the majestic Great Wall snaking across the countryside to the enchanting Forbidden City, every stop was a testament to China's rich heritage. The Terracotta Army in Xi'an stood as a testament to the nation's ancient civilization, while the modern marvels of Shanghai showcased its dynamic progress. The serene beauty of the Li River and the picturesque landscapes of Guilin left visitors in awe. Delving into Chinese cuisine, experiencing traditional tea ceremonies, and immersing in bustling local markets added layers to the cultural experience. The China tour offered a glimpse into a captivating land of history, culture, and natural wonders.

Pakistan Navy League, a non-political, non-commercial organization

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Pakistan Navy League, a non-political, non-commercial organization

Pakistan Navy League, a non-political, non-commercial organization

  • F-31, Block-9, Clifton Karachi-75600