Punjabi University, also known as Punjab University, is a public research university located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. The Senate is now called the Old Campus of Punjab University. Designed by architect Baha’i Ram Singh in 1911, Punjab University is the oldest public university in Pakistan. With several campuses in Gujranwala, Jhelum and Khanpur, the university was formally established when the British government convened its first meeting for its establishment. Institute of Education in Shamla on October 5. Punjab University was the fourth university in the Indian subcontinent to be established by the British colonial authorities. The first three universities were established in other parts of British India.
There are 45,678 students (27,907 morning students, 16,552 evening students and 1,219 diploma students). The University has 13 faculties including 83 academic departments, research centers and institutes. Punjab University has been given the first position in several major faculties by HEC this year. The university also includes two Nobel laureates, alumni and alumni. In addition, the University is a member of the Commonwealth Universities of the United Kingdom. The university has recently moved up three places from third to fourth in the QS World University Rankings of Asian Universities. According to the QS International University Subject 2019 classification, its rank is 251-300 in Agriculture and Forestry, 501-550 in Physics and Astronomy, and 501-550 in Chemistry.
The first movement was sent to Punjab University in 2000. Gottlieb Wilhelm Leitner was its founder. Unlike the three earlier universities, which were merely examination institutions, Punjab University was a teaching and examination institution from the very beginning.
From its inception in 1882 to 1947, the University catered to the educational needs of entire Punjab and the North Indian region before independence. Mahindra College, Patiala was the first college of higher education to be affiliated in 1882. Then there was St. Stephen’s College, Delhi. Pakistan’s independence in 1947 reduced the geographical area of the university, as it was divided into two separate countries, with separate universities in the respective countries. The Indian part of the university is known as Punjab University, Chandigarh, India. The Institute of Administrative Sciences was established in 1962.