Islamia College, Lahore

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Islamia College (Urdu: اسلامیہ کالج ‎) is a group of three colleges in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan affiliated with the University of Punjab. They were nationalised by Z. A. Bhutto in the 1970s. After FC College University and GC University, it is regarded as the third best college as far as the merit of F.Sc. and F.A. is concerned. The college is run by the Ministry of Education (Higher Wing), Government of the Punjab. Pakistan

History[edit]

Founded in 1892 by the Anjuman-i-Himayat-i-Islam, the oldest of the three colleges was one of the focal points for the Pakistan Movement. The founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah, visited this college to address and confer with its students. Graduates and students of this college are referred to as "Habibians" named after the name of the college's oldest and central building.

The Islamia College on Cooper Road, Lahore, Pakistan is an all-girls college and was also established by Anjuman-i-Himayat-i-Islam in 1939.

The Islamia College Civil Lines, Lahore, Pakistan was founded in 1947 on the premises of the famous DAV College which has now shifted to Ambala, Punjab, India after partition. Graduates and students of this college are referred to as "Faranians".

Notable alumni[edit]

Religious scholars
Politicians
Judiciary and Government Officials

Sports personalities

Journalists
Writers, Poets and Artists

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kardar’s 15th death anniversary observed | The Financial Daily". thefinancialdaily.com. Retrieved 5 September 2011.