Indus University

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Indus University
Logo of Indus University in Pakistan.gif
The University's current logo
Motto learn well to live well
Type Private[1][2]
Established 2012 - Indus University
2004 - Indus Institute of Higher Education
Affiliation HEC,[3] PEC
Chancellor Khalid Amin
Vice-Chancellor Muhammad Ahmed Amin
Students 5000+
Undergraduates 4000+
Postgraduates 1000+
Location Karachi, Sindh,
Pakistan Pakistan
Colors          White & Maroon
Nickname IU
Affiliations HEC
PEC
Website Indus University

Indus University (Formerly Indus Institute of Higher Education) is a University in Pakistan. It is chartered by the government of Sindh and ranked with the top most category "A(W)" by the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC).[4] In 2013 CIEC (Charter Inspection and Evaluation Committee) of Pakistan placed Indus University in list of 5 Star Universities of Pakistan.[5]

Recognition and collaborations[edit]

Awarded Degree awarding status awarded by the Government of Sindh .The Indus Institute of Higher Education Bill, 2004 have been passed by the Provincial Assembly of Sindh on Monday 28 November 2005 and assented by the Government of Sindh on 7 January 2006, In 2012 Sindh Government upgraded Indus Institute of Higher Education to Indus University.[6]

Faculties and Offered Programs[edit]

Faculty of Business Administration and Commerce

Governor Sindh Dr. Ishrat-ul-Ibad Khan with Chancellor of Indus University (left) at the first convocation of Indus University
  • Ph.D
  • M.Phil
  • M.S
  • M.B.A
  • B.B.A
  • B.Com
Governor Sindh awarding Gold Medal to meritorious student of Indus University

Faculty of Design

  • Bachelor of Fashion Design (B.F.D)
  • Bachelor of Interior Design (B.I.D)
  • Bachelor of Textile Design (B.T.D)

Faculty of Engineering

  • B.E Electrical Engineering (Specialization in Electronics)
  • B.E Electrical Engineering (Specialization in Power) (Approved by PEC For 2015 batch and onwards)

Faculty of Sciences

  • B.S (Telecommunication, Electronics, Civil, Mechatronics, Computer Sciences)

Faculty of Social Sciences

  • B.Ed
  • M.Ed

Faculty of Information, Science & Technology

  • B.S (Textile science)
  • Bachelor of Technology (Electrical, Electronics, Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical, Civil, Textile, Mechatronics, Telecommunications & Bio Medical)
  • M.Tech. (Electrical, Electronics, Chemical, Petroleum, Mechanical, Civil, Textile, Mechatronics, Telecommunications & Bio Medical)

International Linkages[edit]

MoU Signing between Indus University and Gediz University

Indus University has signed an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with more than 40 International Universities. Collaborative arrangements help the resident and non-resident entities in numerous ways and act as a gateway to develop close ties and collaboration with other countries.

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Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC)[edit]

QEC Team of Indus University with team members of Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) HEC Pakistan

Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) aims to strengthen the higher education sector of Pakistan by setting up an exemplary Quality Assurance mechanism that shall be congruent with the national and international practices.

The Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) has been established at Indus University in the year 2010. It started functioning under the supervision of Muhammad Ahmed Amin, Vice Chancellor of Indus University. Initially, the programmes being offered by three departments namely; Business Administration, Information Sciences and Design department have been selected for the sake of assessment and evaluation.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Private Universities in Pakistan". Ilm.com.pk. Retrieved 2013-01-29. 
  2. ^ List of universities in Pakistan#Sindh
  3. ^ "HEC RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITIES/DEGREE AWARDING INSTITUTES (DAIS) OF PAKISTAN IN PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR AS ON NOVEMBER 2012". Higher Education Commission. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013. 
  4. ^ "HEC RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITIES/DEGREE AWARDING INSTITUTES (DAIS) OF PAKISTAN IN PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR AS ON NOVEMBER 2012". Higher Education Commission. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013. 
  5. ^ "Ranking of Chartered Universities and Degree Awarding Institutes by CIEC (2010-12)". CIEC Pakistan. Retrieved 2013-12-28. 
  6. ^ "Sindh Assembly upgrades Indus Institute to university". International The News. Retrieved 2013-01-29. 
  7. ^ "HEC RECOGNIZED UNIVERSITIES/DEGREE AWARDING INSTITUTES (DAIS) OF PAKISTAN IN PUBLIC & PRIVATE SECTOR AS ON NOVEMBER 2012". Higher Education Commission. Archived from the original on 29 October 2013. Retrieved 29 January 2013. 
  8. ^ "Official Website of Indus University". Indus University. Retrieved 2014-08-20. 
  9. ^ "QEC Indus University". QEC Indus University. Retrieved 2014-08-20. 

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