Sir Syed Government Girls College

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Sir Syed Government Girls College
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Established 1954
Type Degree College
Principal Professor Mrs. Najma Tayyab
Location Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Affiliations Board of Intermediate Education Karachi and University of Karachi
Website http://www.ssggc.edu.pk/

Sir Syed Government Girls College is located in Nazimabad at Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan. Sir Syed Girls College is adjacent to 1st Chowrangi, Altaf Ali Barelvi Road, Nazimabad, Karachi and is under the supervision of Government of Sindh.

History[edit]

Sir Syed Government Girls College is considered as one of the most premier educational institutions for girls in Karachi. The school was founded by Syed Altaf Ali Barelvi[1] in 1954 solely to provide higher education to girls. The college has been named as Sir Syed Girls College after the leader Sir Syed Ahmed Khan. The present building of the college was completed in 1963. On September 1972, the college was nationalised and since then named as Sir Syed Government Girls College.[2]

Principals[edit]

  • Madam Ameena Siddiqui
  • Madam Amna Kamal Minai
  • Madam Andleeb Shadani
  • Madam Aqeela Tanveer
  • Madam Atiqa Baig
  • Madam Birjees Haroon
  • Madam Umme Salma Zaman
  • Madam Naseem Shah
  • Madam Nudrat Lodhi
  • Mrs. Fehmida Iftikhar
  • Mrs. Professor Najma Tayyab
  • Mrs. Zareena Patel
  • Miss Aymen Sami
  • Madam Farhat
  • Madam Rabbia

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