The Superior College

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Superior Group of Colleges
Official insignia of Superior University
God made us superior, and we are serving superiors
Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Type Private
Established January 5, 2000 (2000-01-05)

Superior University or Superior Group of Colleges is a chain of colleges and universities in Pakistan. It opened its branches in other cities of Pakistan after opening in Lahore.

Charter and Recognition[edit]

The Superior College, Lahore is included in the list of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan under the head of Recognized Universities and Degree Awarding Institutions[2]. College got Charter by Govt. of the Punjab as degree awarding institute after having passed Superior College Bill from the Punjab Provincial Assembly on May 31, 2004[3]. Superior University is also listed with the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO)'s International Association of Universities[4]. It is the biggest achievement of Superior University that it wins yearly competitions between different universities at national level.

Top Management[edit]

  • Prof Dr Ch Abdul Rehman (Group Chairman)
  • Prof Dr Ch Abdul Khaliq (Group Director Operations)
  • Ibn E Abbas Ashraf, Chartered Certified Accountant (Group Head Audit)
  • Prof Rana Adeel Mumtaz (Project Director)
  • Sami Ullah Sabri(Registrar)
  • Asim Masood (Controller Examination)
  • Hasham Ul Hassan (Incharge Annual Program)


Center for Human Resource Development[edit]

CHRD programs include seminars, conferences and training workshops for the service of employees and students.[1]



See also[edit]


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External links[edit]

Sister Organizations[edit]