D. J. Sindh Government Science College
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|Type||Intermediate (Pre-Engineering & Pre-Medical) and undergraduate (B Sc. – Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Statistics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany & Zoology)|
|Established||17 January 1887|
|Principal||Prof. Muhammad Saleem|
|Address||Ziauddin Ahmed Road, Saddar Town, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, Karachi, Pakistan, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Affiliations||Board of Intermediate Education Karachi and University of Karachi|
The college has following premises:
- The Main Building is divided into two main parts. One new portion has the principal's, superintendent's and clerks' offices. In this portion are the departments of Urdu and Statistics on the ground floor and the departments of Islamic Studies and Pakistan Studies on the first floor. The oldest portion of the main building has the departments of Biochemistry, Botany, English & Physics in the ground floor, department of Chemistry, Computer Science & Microbiology and some classrooms in the first floor and department of Zoology in the second floor.
- A. Q. Block has only classrooms; they are specially for first year.
- There is another building on Muhammad bin Qasim Road, behind the main oldest building, it has the Main Library and departments of Mathematics and Geology.
- M.Sc. block is under construction. It is opposite the A. Q. Block.
- State-of-the-art gymnasium is adjacent to the A. Q. Block.
- The principal's bungalow is one of the oldest building. Nowadays, Sindh Textbook Board has occupied this building as camp office.
- Sport Complex is near the P.I.D.C roundabout and opposite the Pearl Continent Hotel. This complex is used for cricket and football.
Faculties / Departments
The college has the following departments:
- Computer Science
- Islamic Studies
- Pakistan Studies
- Physical Education and Sports
The college offers the admission in Pre-Engineering and Pre-Medical for Intermediate level affiliated to the Board of Intermediate Education, Karachi (B.I.E.K) under CAP (Centralized Admission Policy). For undergraduate level, the college offers a combination of any three (Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Statistics, Microbiology, Biochemistry, Botany & Zoology). The college also offers admission in three Bachelor of Computer Science (B.C.S. Semester System) programme, affiliated to University of Karachi.
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- Mullineux R. Walmsley 1887–1888
- Moses John Jackson 1888–1907
- H.P Ferrell 1908–1916
- A.C Miller 1917–1918
- T.M. Shahani 1918–1927
- N.B Butani 1927–1943
- H.M Gurbaxani 1943–1944
- J.V Lakhani 1944–1947
- Mariwalla, Dharamdas Tekchand, 1947
- [Shah Rukh Khan]
- LA de Souza 1955–1961
- JB Sidhwa 1961–1967
- Iftekhar Ahmed Ansari 1967–1972
- SH Zubairi 1972–1984
- Obaidur Rehman 1984–1985
- Abdul Samad 1985–1986
- Naseem Sheikh 1986 Apr–Jun
- Ziauddin Ahmed 1986 Jul–Sep
- Anwarul Haq Hashmi 1986–1987
- Zaheer Ahmed 1987–1988
- Naseem Ahmed Sheikh 1988–1990
- Sabzwari 1990 Aug–Sep
- M Qasim Siddiqui 1990–1991
- Abul Wakeel Qureshi 1991
- M Qasim Siddiqui 1991–1993
- Syed Kamal Uddin 1993–1995
- Mazharul Haq 1995–1996
- Dr. Muhammad Sharif Memon 1996–1997
- Ravi Shankar Harani 1997 (as In-charge)
- Asif 1997–1999
- Ravi Shankar Harani 1999–2006
- Hakeemullah Baig Chughtai 2006
- Rizwan haider 2009
- Kamil Shere 1 March 2010 to 5 March 2012
- Syed Afzal Hussain 5 March 2012 to 12 June 2013
- Dr. Muhammad Arshad (Acting) 13 June 2013 to 16 July 2013
- Prof Ghulam Mehdi Blouch 17 July 2013 to 31 March 2014
- Dr. Muhammad Arshad (Acting) 1 April 2014 to 12 August 2014
- Prof Allah Bux Awan 13 August 2014 to 17 October 2014
- Prof Dr. Muhammad Arshad 18 Oct 2014 to 20 Dec 2016
- Shehzad Muslim Khan (acting / lookafter charge) 21 December 2016 to 20 September 2017
- Professor Muhammad Saleem 21 September till date
- Muhammad Azam (inventor, physicist and amateur astronomer)
- Syed Murad Ali Shah (Chief Minister Sindh, Pakistan)
- Abdul Qadeer Khan (Nuclear Scientist)
- Ashraf Habibullah (president and CEO of Computers and Structures, Inc.)
- Ziaur Rahman (president of Bangladesh )
- Pirzada Qasim (ex-vice chancellor Karachi University, vice vhancellor Ziauddin University)
- Adeebul Hasan Rizvi (founder SIUT)
- Shahid Masood (journalist)
- Kamran Ashraf (national hockey player)
- Shahid Ali Khan (national hockey player)
- Sohail Rana (composer)
- Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah (ex-Chief Minister of Sindh)
- K. M. Kundnani (Principal, D.G. National College, 1947 and founder, National College, Mumbai)
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