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Jamia-Tur-Rasheed | The Most Beautiful University in Karachi Video

Jamiatur Rasheed, Karachi, also known as Kulya-tush-Shariah, Jamia-tur-Rasheed, is an Islamic institution situated in Karachi. Hazrat Mufti Rasheed Ahmed Ludhianwi has established the Jamiah.
It is a distinctive institution of religious studies providing for a comprehensive system of imparting religious studies. The Jamiah is a great addition in the leading educational and religious institutions of the country. Within a short period of time, the Jamiah has become well-known both in home and abroad and has joined the rank of huge seminaries of Pakistan.
Jamiatur Rasheed, Karachi gives education without charging any fee instead students are given monthly stipend.
The education system of the Jamiah is arranged into the following categories:
Long Courses:
These persist throughout the educational year (lasting from the Islamic month of Shawwal till Rajab) and include the following:
  • Nazra-wa-Hifzay Qur'an Majeed
  • Dars-e-Nizami
  • Mahadul Lughatul Arabia
  • Kulya-tul-Takhasus: This faculty consists of five specialization courses.
i. Specialization in Fatwa
ii. Specialization in teaching
iii. Arabic Language Course
iv. English Language Course
v. Urdu Journalism Course
  • Kulya-tush-Shariah
  • Kulya-tu-Idarah
Short Courses:
These courses are taught at appropriate times for a certain period during the educational year or during vacations. These courses vary in duration, including mostly non-curricular activities.
  • (i). Qaza (Fatwa) Course
  • (ii). Islamic Banking Course.
  • (iii). Summer Camp.
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Scil School Annual Sports Day 2011 | Best School of Lahore

SCIL School; Best School of Lahore
SCIL School is designed for the learning of children under the supervision of teachers under the full care of Islamic values. SCIL (School for Contemporary and Islamic Learning) provides you with an excellent education system and excellent teachers with whom you would be easily able to interact and affiliate while character building based on Islamic values with strong academic program to meet the admission requirement of prestigious universities at home and abroad.
Character building based on Islamic studies in the light of modern sciences and social disciplines Extra subjects; Hifz-e-Quran (optional), Arabic Language, Nazra, Tajweed and Fahmul Quran. Co-curricular activities and sports including swimming, riding etc.
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University of Engineering & Technology (UET), Lahore Video

University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore
The University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, is one of the oldest engineering universities in Pakistan. It is situated in Lahore, Punjab. It offers bachelors, masters, and other doctoral degrees in many disciplines of Engineering, Management and Sciences.
UET is a public institution of higher education and the governor of Punjab is the chancellor of the institute. The vice-chancellor is the executive head and administers university roles. UET Lahore has six faculties, having total 23 academic departments through a well-built importance on engineering, scientific and industrial learning and exploration.
According to the Higher Education Commission of Pakistan, UET is one of the apex institutions for engineering students in Pakistan. In 2010, UET Lahore was ranked the 281st engineering and technology university in the world by QS World University Rankings. UET also carry out Engineering College Admission Test (ECAT) every year in the province of Punjab.
UET was set up in 1921 in the Mughal era as the Mughalpura Technical College. Its additional familiar name of the pre-University era, the Maclagan Engineering College, was accepted in 1923 when Sir Edward Maclagan, the Governor of the Punjab, placed the foundation stone of the building, now called the Main Block.
In 1932 the institute developed into and affiliated with the University of the Punjab for award of a bachelor's degree in Engineering. At the time of the divide of British India, in 1947, it had Bachelor of Science courses in electrical, mechanical and civil engineering.
In 1954 it started a bachelor's degree course in Mining Engineering. In 1961 it was renamed the West Pakistan University of Engineering and Technology. During the 1960s, bachelor's degree courses were started in Chemical Engineering, Petroleum and Gas Engineering, Metallurgical Engineering, Architecture, and City and Regional Planning.
By the 1970s it had recognized over a score of master's degree courses in engineering, architecture, planning and allied disciplines. PhD degree programs were also started.
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