Ilma University Ranked 1st in Sindh and 3rd in Pakistan in the Private sector for the year 2022 By Times Higher Education, UK. Indeed it is a proud moment for the country.
The credit for this achievement goes to the university’s Chancellor, Noman Abid Lakhaani, its teaching standards, focused efforts to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN-SDGs)
It is important to remember that one-fourth of Pakistan’s Educational institutions have managed to be included in the Times Higher Education Impact Ranking for 2022, placing them among more than 1,600 universities in 99 different countries.
In a recent interview with the institution, Phil Baty, the chief Knowledge Officer of the Times Higher Education, praised the accomplishments of Pakistani universities during the previous three years.
He also highlighted his great hope for future achievements and contributions to teaching, research, student participation, community development, international representation, and international relationships.
The Noman Groups of Companies and Global Educational Consultations (GEC) are two of the top patrons and alumni of Ilma university. They are working to develop future leaders through a knowledge-based economy with high standards.