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The Superior College

Superior Group of Colleges
Official insignia of Superior University
God made us superior, and we are serving superiors
Location
Lahore, Punjab
Pakistan
Information
Type Private
Established January 5, 2000 (2000-01-05)

Superior University or Superior Group of Colleges (SGC) is a chain of colleges and Universities in Pakistan. It is recognized by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Government of Pakistan. It opened its branches in other cities of Pakistan after opening in Lahore.

Contents

  • Charter and Recognition 1
  • Research and Development 2
    • Research Centers 2.1
    • Journal 2.2
    • Consultancy and International Conferences 2.3
  • International Partners 3
  • Top Management 4
  • Center for Human Resource Development 5
  • Programs 6
  • Facilities 7
  • Branches 8
  • See also 9
  • References 10
  • External links 11
  • Sister Organizations 12

Charter and Recognition

The Superior College, Lahore is included in the list of Higher Education Commission of Pakistan under the head of Recognized Universities and Degree Awarding Institutions. College got Charter by Govt. of the Punjab as degree

Research and Development

Superior has been emphasizing on Research and Development in following ways:

Research Centers

  • Azra Naheed Center for Research & Development
  • Ch. Muhammad Akram Center for Entrepreneurship Development
  • Center for Human Resource Development.

Journal

Superior is publishing a journal to promote research activities. International Journal of Management Research & Emerging Sciences is a high quality international refereed research journal with an ISSN 2223-5604 EISSN 2313-7738 which is published once in a year. Journal is published by Azra Naheed Center Research & Development (ANCRD). They follow “double blind peer review policy” of reviewing research work submitted to International Journal of Management Research & Emerging Sciences. The open access policy of the journal aims at increasing the visibility and accessibility of the published content.

Consultancy and International Conferences

Superior is engaged in consultancy services through A.N. Consultants platform. Superior has also organized several International Conferences for promoting the research culture in Pakistan.

International Partners

Superior has 11 international partner Universities and educational institutions. These partners include University of Cumbria (UK), Concordia University Wisconsin (USA), University of NewCastle (Australia), Uppsala University (Sweden), IESEG School of Management (France), Binary University (Malaysia) etc.

Top Management

  • Prof Dr Ch Abdul Rehman (Group Chairman)
  • Prof Dr Ch Abdul Khaliq (Group Director Operations)
  • Ibn E Abbas Ashraf, Chartered Certified Accountant (Group Head Internal Audit)
  • Mirza Moazm Baig (GM Finance)
  • Rana Adeel Mumtaz (Project Director (Colleges))
  • Tahir Khursheed (Director Schools )
  • Sami Ullah Sabri(Registrar (University) )
  • Asim Masood (Controller Examination)
  • Hasham Ul Hassan (Additional Controller Examination)

Center for Human Resource Development

CHRD programs include seminars, conferences and training workshops for the service of employees and students.[1]

Programs

Facilities

Branches

See also

References

  1. ^ CHRD News

2. http://www.hec.gov.pk/ourinstitutes/pages/default.aspx

3. http://www.superior.edu.pk/presentation/user/About.aspx?type=charter

4. http://www.iau-aiu.nets/all/files/np_nw.pdf#Pakistan

External links

  • Official Website

Sister Organizations

  • Daily Nai Baat Newspaper
  • Daily Nai Baat Portal
  • Neo News TV
  • Superior Connections
  • Students' Consultant Breeo International
  • Boom FM 106.6
  • The Spirit School System


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