Institute of Management Sciences (Lahore)

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Institute of Management Sciences, Lahore
Seal of IMS, Lahore
Type Private
Established 1987
Chairman Khalid Ranjha
Chancellor Governor of Punjab, Pakistan
Academic staff
500[citation needed]
Students 1400-1000
Location Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Campus Urban
Affiliations Higher Education Commission

The Institute of Management Sciences (IMS Lahore), formerly known as Pak-American Institute of Management Sciences (Pak-AIMS), is a project of AKEF established in Lahore, Pakistan, in 1987 which offers undergraduate and graduate programs in management and computer sciences.

The chairman is Dr. Khalid Ranjha. It is situated in the Gulberg, Lahore.

Pak-AIMS was issued NOC by the University Grants Commission (now known as the Higher Education Commission) for the award of charter in 1995. Consequently, the institute was chartered as Institute of Management Sciences (IMS) by the government of Punjab under the Punjab Ordinance XXIII of 2002 and given degree-awarded status.

IMS has 1,400 students at two campuses and 110 faculty members, who teach 170 courses in tri-mesters.[citation needed]

Introduction and history[edit]

The institute was established in Lahore in 1986 as the Canadian School of Management - Lahore Learning Center. Later the name was changed to The Pak-American Institute of Management Sciences (Pak-AIMS) to reflect the Institute's Articulation Agreement with College of Statern Island of City University of New York(CSI/CUNY), USA.


  • Main campus, Gulberg III, Lahore


  • Department of Computer Science
  • Department of Management Sciences
  • Department of Law
  • Department of Physics
  • Department of English literature
  • Department of Mathematics

Bachelor's degrees offered[edit]

Master's degrees offered[edit]

Notable faculty[edit]

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