Lahore Leads University

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Lahore Leads University
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MottoA bastion of innovation
TypePrivate
Established2011
AffiliationHigher Education Commission (Pakistan), Pakistan Engineering Council, Pharmacy Council of Pakistan, Pakistan Bar Council, University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Lahore (Only for Leads College of Pharmacy)[1]
Vice-ChancellorDr.Mohammed Rafiq Baloch[2]
Location, ,
NicknameLLU
Websiteleads.edu.pk

The Lahore Leads University (LLU) is a private university in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is chartered by Government of the Punjab and recognized by the Higher Education Commission (Pakistan) (HEC). The first Vice Chancellor of Lahore Leads University was Dr. Khairat M. Ibne Rasa who was previously the Vice Chancellor of University of the Punjab, Lahore.

History[edit]

Leads Educator Welfare Trust was established in 1995. It is a non-profit trust for promoting education throughout the country. The trust started its projects in education at all levels, entitled as, Leads School System, Leads Group of Colleges and Lahore Leads University. Lahore Leads University was granted degree awarding status on 22 January 2011.

Campuses[edit]

Lahore Leads University has various campuses – the main campus of 165 canals is located at Kamahan Road near DHA phase v and Bedian Road, Lahore and the city campus is located at Kalma Chowk near new Garden Town Lahore. Engineering campus is located near Thokar Niaz Baig in West Wood Colony, Lahore. University also had its new separate campus for Accountancy and Commerce.

Departments[edit]

  • Leads Business School
  • Computer Sciences
  • English Linguistics and Literature
  • Mathematical Sciences
  • Mass Communication
  • Economics
  • University College of Engineering, Sciences and Technology (UCEST)
  • Leads College of Pharmacy
  • Education
  • Psychology
  • Urdu
  • Commerce and Accountancy
  • Sociology
  • Islamic Studies
  • Physical and Sports Sciences
  • Leads School of Advanced Legal and Policy Studies

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