Lahore College For Women University

Lahore College for Women University is an independent women's university in Lahore, Pakistan, founded as a women's college in 1922. One of the oldest female institutions of Pakistan, the university has approximately 15,000 students and a teaching faculty of more than 450. It admits students at the intermediate,bachelors level master's and Ph.D. levels. Established in May 1922 as an intermediate residential college, it was housed in a building on Hall Road, Lahore, with a strength of 60 students, 25 of whom were boarders and 13 staff members and then the progress flourished with full boom.

Since the establishment of Lahore College for Women University, in September 2002, the university has tried its level best for improvement in higher education.

As per ranking of general universities, Higher Education Commission of Pakistan (HEC) ranks Lahore College for Women University at 15.

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... and thus strengthen the glorious tradition of the university ... Every year inter-university functions and competitions are arranged Comptech Society is a platform for the student of Computer Science Department to incorporate ... The English Debating Society instituted in the early years of the college has to its credit the grooming of some very illustrious debaters ...

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