Punjab Group of Colleges

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Ville d'établissement Faisalabad


Année de création 1985

Devise Striving for Excellence

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    • The Punjab Group of Colleges (also known as The Punjab Group) (PGC) is an association of universities, colleges and organisations in Pakistan. PGC established as The Islamic Commerce Educational Society (ICES), registered in 1985 by Mian Amer Mahmood, which established its first faculty, the Punjab College of Commerce & Punjab College of Science, in Muslim Town on Canal Bank in Lahore, followed a few years later by the Punjab Law College. Since then the Punjab Group has branched out into the cities of Punjab.

      The group established another network in cities of the Punjab by the name of Punjab College of Information Technology (PCIT), the first having been established in Lahore in 2000 and the latest at Sialkot in 2005. Capital University of Science & Technology - CUST in Islamabad, Mohammad Ali Jinnah University - MAJU in Sindh and the University of Central Punjab - UCP in Punjab are chartered universities of the Group. Punjab College of Business Administration (PCBA) was established in 1991 and Punjab Institute of Computer Science (PICS), in 1993 are the colleges of University of Central Punjab.

      Punjab Group of Colleges under the supervision of Mr. Ahmad Azdee (Bazurag), is the largest higher education group in Pakistan. Punjab Group of Colleges is also affiliated with Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education, Lahore which is the main stream of education throughout the country. Punjab Group of Colleges have over 189,000 students on roll. There are over 230 campuses of Punjab Colleges, 350+ campuses of Allied Schools and 3 Chartered Universities include in The Punjab Group.