Universities


Higher education in Pakistan is the systematic process of students continuing their education beyond secondary school, learned societies, and two-year colleges. The governance of higher education is maintained under the Higher Education Commission (HEC) which oversees the financial funding, research outputs, and teaching quality in the country. In Pakistan, the higher education system includes the public, private, military, and vocational universities, all accredited by the HEC.
Here we have given the detailed overview of all the universities around Islamabad and Rawalpindi


Introduction HITEC University Taxila was established by the HIT Education Welfare Trust in 2007 with a vision to be a bastion of academic excellence and citadel of ideological moorings, national integration, and socio-religious...
INTRODUCTION National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST) was established in March 1991 for the promotion of higher scientific education in the country, especially in the fields of science and technology,...
  INTRODUCTION Quaid-i-Azam University (once named Islamabad University) was established in July 1967 under the Act of National Assembly and started teaching and research programmes for Ph.D. and MPhil degrees....
INTRODUCTION  MY University, a federally chartered university, aims at grooming visionaries for socioeconomic growth of societies with a focus on grooming moral humans to build inclusive happy communities, producing a...
INTRODUCTION  Air University is a federally chartered Public Sector University established in 2002. The campus is located near the Margalla foothills in the south-east corner of sector E-9 (PAF Complex)...
  INTRODUCTION  It was decided in the year 2002 to establish an educational institution that would impart specialized education in space and related science to bring our nation at par...
INTRODUCTION Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) has been established in the premises of the Old Presidency, situated at the Mall, in the heart of Rawalpindi Cantonment. Our heritage has been...
INTRODUCTION  The foundation of the Islamic University, Islamabad was laid on the first day of the fifteenth century Hijrah i.e. Muharram 1, 1401 (November 11,1980). This landmark of the beginning...
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INTRODUCTION The CIIT was established in 1998, as a project of the Commission on Science and Technology for Sustainable Development in the South (COMSATS), which is an inter-governmental organization with...
INTRODUCTION The National University of Modern Languages was established as an institute in 1969 to help people communicate and understand each other in different oriental and occidental languages, to assimilate...
INTRODUCTION Pursuant to the recommendations of the Barani Commission, the Government of Punjab established Barani Agricultural College, Rawalpindi which was later upgraded to the level of the University in 1994....

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