Professionals' Academy of Commerce

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The Professionals' Academy of Commerce[1]
پروفیشنل' اکیڈمی آف کامرس
Former names
The Academy of Professional Accountants
Motto Professional Excellence
Type Private
Established 1987 (1987)
Chairperson Mrs. Nighat Ahmed
Principal Mr. Jafar Hussain
Vice-principal Mr. Salah-ud-Din
Students +5,000
Location Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Campus 41 – T, Gulberg II, Lahore
Campuses cities Dubai, Gujranwala, Lahore (4) and Peshawar
Nickname PAC
Affiliations ICAP and ACCA
Sports Chess, cricket and table tennis

The Professionals' Academy of Commerce (PAC) (Urdu: پروفیشنل' اکیڈمی آف کامرس‎) is a renowned educational institution in the field of accountancy and commerce in Pakistan. The college was established 25 years ago and has branches in THREE cities of Pakistan and TWO Emirates of UAE. PAC also has a publishing wing namely Ishfaq Publishing Company, named after its founder Mr. Ishfaq Ahmed FCA (Late).


PAC was established in 1987 by Mr. Ishfaq Ahmed (late) in Lahore.[2]


There are different occasions and events in PAC held annually. Which includes Annual Sports Day, Founder's Day and many others.

Founder's Day[edit]

July 4 is a Founder's Day in PAC, a death anniversary of its founder Mr. Ishfaq Ahmed commemorated by PAC annually. On this day awards are distributed among the position holder students and among the outstanding teachers. Principal addressed to the students every year.[3]


Courses studying in PAC are:


PAC campuses are:

Facts and Figures[edit]

  • PAC has 16 Gold Medals, 47 Certificates of Merit and 82 other Worldwide & Nationwide Distinctions
  • PAC Online Distance Learning
  • Years in operations >25
  • of National and International campuses 7
  • Built up campus area 80,000 Sq. ft
  • Existing number of students more than 5,000
  • Faculty members 150+
  • Permanent employees 200+
  • Alumni 0.1 million+
  • Societies & Clubs affiliation 10
  • Books Published by Own publisher 100+ Publications.
  • First ever institute in Accountancy in Pakistan Issuing College Magazine regularly named Al-Haseeb for the students since 1998.
  • FBR Trained officers 1,200+[4]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "List of RAETs registered with ICAP". 
  2. ^ "PAC's history". PAC edu. Retrieved October 19, 2012. 
  3. ^ "PAC Founder's Day, principal's address to the students". The Nation. July 5, 2012. Retrieved October 19, 2012. 
  4. ^  Missing or empty |title= (help)

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