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Minhaj ul Quran

minhaj ul quran

Minhaj ul Quran was established in 17th October 1980. It has rapidly grown by then and has its network spread across 90 countries worldwide, with its well defined objectives and aims and all–encompassing sphere of activity, including education, welfare, promotion of love, culture and spiritual uplift worldwide. Minhaj-ul-Quran International is one of the largest non-political, non-sectarian non-governmental organizations in the ... Read More »

Fatima Jinnah Women University


The first Women University of Pakistan is named in the tribute, for contribution and sacrifices, of MADR-E-MILLAT Fatima Jinnah to the cause of women emancipation. Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) was established in 1998 at old presidency, located at the Mall, in Rawalpindi Cantonment. It is the first women university in Pakistan. University building was originally built as a residence ... Read More »

Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design, Lahore


Genesis: Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design (PIFD) came into existence in the year 1995. It was a single school in the beginning and was named as Pakistan School of Fashion Design. This school is now one of the four schools of the institute. The need for establishing a fashion school in Pakistan was felt in the 90’s by the ... Read More »

Library – State Bank of Pakistan


Introduction: The State Bank of Pakistan library was founded in 1949 at Central Directorate, Karachi. The library’s building was shifted to the 5th floor of the new State Bank building in 1961. In 1995 an adjacent building, originally Imperial Reserve Bank of India’s building, was acquired for library use as more space was required. In 2005, the library was moved ... Read More »

University of Agriculture, Faisalabad


About the University: In 1906, the foundations of an agricultural college were laid with the name “Punjab Agricultural College and Research Institute” in Lyallpur. In 1961, this college was raised to university level, resulting into the establishment of the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. Pakistan being an agriculture based economy needed an institution which could delve into scientific research for enhancing ... Read More »

Cadet College Petaro


About the College: Cadet College Petaro was founded in 1959. Prior to that, the college was located at Mirpurkhas since 1957 with the name “Government Cadet College Mirpurkhas”. It is now on the west bank of the river Indus, 30 kilometers from Hyderabad on Indus Highway. The college campus is spread over an area of around 750 acres. Cadet college ... Read More »

Dr. Mahmud Hussain Library


Introduction: Libraries are essential in the educational discourse of any society. Academic institutions bear the responsibility of making sure that their students have access to scholarly work, especially the books and reference materials that have relevance to their field of study. The University of Karachi justifiably boasts that it lodges a classic library which in turn houses the founder of ... Read More »

Baitul Hikmah, Hamdard University


Background: Any library is truly a “house of wisdom” in every sense. Hence the name given to the colossal library building of Hamdard University is very appropriate indeed. Baitul Hikmah means house of wisdom. It is situated inside the Madinat-ul-Hikmah which means city of education. Both Madinatul Hikmah and Baitul Hikmah were the ideas of Hakim Muhammad Said Shaheed. Baitul ... Read More »

National Library of Pakistan


Introduction: In 1951, National Library was just in the form of a model library constructed as a subdivision of Archives and Libraries. It was merged with the Liaquat Memorial Library in 1954 and the new umbrella was given the name Liaquat National Library. But the National Library was moved to Islamabad , the new capital and so Liaquat Memorial Library ... Read More »

Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar


History: The Institute of Management Sciences, Peshawar was established in May 1995. The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa granted the institute autonomous status in 1999. Since then policy-making resides with the 18 member board of governor’s which is headed by the Governor of the province. Formerly, the institute was part of the University of Peshawar, but it now awards its own ... Read More »

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