Islamia University of Bahawalpur (Pakistan)

The Islamia University of Bahawalpur is a university in Bahawalpur, Pakistan. It traces its roots to the Jamia Abbasia which was established in 1925. It became a general university and was renamed Islamia University in 1975. It has five campuses and 45 departments, including Religious Affairs, Languages, Social and Basic Sciences, Business Administration, Engineering, Agriculture, Veterinary Sciences, Computer, Law, Education, Fine Arts, Pharmacy, Life Sciences and Sports. Visit IUB’s website>>

IUB Flood Relief Cell

The Islamia University of Bahawalpur launched a world wide campaign to collect funds from local and international universities and donor agencies for flood victims. The Vice Chancellor then constituted the IUB Flood Relief Cell with the membership of Deans and other senior officials to collect and raise funds for flood victims and to approach donor agencies. Prof. Mukhtar said that the Islamia University of Bahawalpur was situated right in the middle of flood affected areas of Southern Punjab and we considered it our moral and social obligation to collect donations in the form cash and goods as well as in the form of human resources. The University made quick arrangements to supply these relief goods to the people who were desperately waiting for help in flood affected areas. The Cell initiated a massive media campaign through print media and internet to attract domestic and foreign universities and agencies attention. Learn more>>