College of Digital Sciences

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College of Digital Sciences
Motto Preparing for Better Tomorrow
Type Private
Established 1988
Chancellor Brig (Retd.) Abdus Salam Akhtar
Vice-Chancellor Hanif Akhtar
Academic staff
Approx 100
Undergraduates Approx 1,000
Postgraduates (included in above)
Location Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan
Campus Karachi and Rawalpindi
Organisations Member of HEC
View of Karachi Campus

College of Digital Sciences (CDS), was located at Gulshan-e-Iqbal in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan.

College of Digital Sciences more commonly used to known as CDS, It was established in 1988 with a vision of establishing an institution in Pakistan which could train IT professionals of international standards locally.

The College offers Diploma and Degree level course in Information Technology fields with the affiliations of National Computing Centre (NCC) UK now known as NCC Education, and London Metropolitan University which was previously known as London Guildhall University.

Initially CDS started with IDCS (International Diploma in Computer Studies) in 1989 and in 1996 CDS commenced IAD (International Advanced Diploma) and BSc.(Hons.) in Computing and Information Systems awarding foreign degree of London Metropolitan University.

So far CDS has trained hundreds of students, most of them are working in prestigious organizations both nationally and internationally or pursuing further education.

Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan had issued NOC to College of Digital Sciences for their BSc (Hons) Degree program.

Since few years CDS has been closed down.

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