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The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, autonomous, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan.

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  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, autonomous, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, haroon bhai, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent and statutory Pakistani institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is a Pakistani independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a federal, statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. Under a new and revised reforms, the commission is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, d
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. Under a new and revised reforms, the commission is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting aca
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkab
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarka
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HECApply Here HEC Online Attestation) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rah
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC Apply Here HEC Online Attestation) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Ra
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہَ تعلیم اعلیٰ ، پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہ برائے اعلٰی تعلیم پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. A
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہ برائے اعلٰی تعلیم پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came to its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a statutory body formed by the government of Pakistan. Its main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came into its modern form in 2002. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article published in a science journal, Nature, in which Atta-ur-Rahman's role was discussed who served commissio
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially sknown as HEC) is a statutory body formed by the government of Pakistan. Its main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came into its modern form in 2002. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article published in a science journal, Nature, in which Atta-ur-Rahman's role was discussed who served commissi
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  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, autonomous, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed down due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, autonomous, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent, haroon bhai, and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in Pakistan. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is an independent and statutory Pakistani institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is a Pakistani independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. Preceded by the University Grants Commission (UGC) in 2002 by promulgation of the Higher Education Commission Ordinance 2002, the universities were formerly accredited by the UGC established in 1947; the institution was revised 1974 and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is a Pakistani independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. The commission was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman,FRS, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman FRS resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (HEC), is a Pakistani independent and statutory institution of primary funding, overseeing, regulating, and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. The commission was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Education. Under a new and revised reforms, the HEC is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions, and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the PPP government, the university development programmes slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The HEC also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding colleges in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research, and development. Over the several years, the HEC plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a federal, statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. Under a new and revised reforms, the commission is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over the several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding Chairman, with additional executive reforms granted by the constitution. It operates directly under the Prime Minister and is not subservient to the Ministry of Federal Education and Professional Training. Under a new and revised reforms, the commission is made responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman, the founding Chairman, during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over the several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature" After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over the several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over the several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was estalished in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HECApply Here HEC Online Attestation) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC Apply Here HEC Online Attestation) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. You can also view here Higher Education HEC Attestation Services In Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہَ تعلیم اعلیٰ ، پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہ برائے اعلٰی تعلیم پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) (Urdu: ماموریہ برائے اعلٰی تعلیم پاکستان‎) is a Government of Pakistan's statutory regulator which main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came to its modern form in 2002 under the leadership of Dr. Atta-ur-Rahman, FRS, its founding chairman. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The major developments in the higher education sector occurred under the leadership of Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman during 2002-2008. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article in the world's leading science journal, Nature, in which Rahman was called a "force of nature". After Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman resigned in protest in 2008 due to the suspension of scholarships of thousands of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. Prof. Atta-ur-Rahman was selected to receive the highest national award of China, the "International Science & Technology Cooperation Award" in recognition of his contributions of building strong collaborations between universities and science & technology institutions in China and Pakistan. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially known as HEC) is a statutory body formed by the government of Pakistan. Its main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came into its modern form in 2002. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article published in a science journal, Nature, in which Atta-ur-Rahman's role was discussed who served commission's chairperson unit resigned from the post in 2008 following the suspension of scholarships of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
  • The Higher Education Commission (colloquially sknown as HEC) is a statutory body formed by the government of Pakistan. Its main functions are funding, overseeing, regulating and accrediting the higher education institutions in the country. It was established in 1974 as University Grants Commission (UGC) and came into its modern form in 2002. The commission is responsible for formulating higher education policy and quality assurance to meet the international standards as well as providing accrediting academic degrees, development of new institutions and uplift of existing institutions in Pakistan. The remarkable transformation in the higher education sector was acknowledged in an article published in a science journal, Nature, in which Atta-ur-Rahman's role was discussed who served commission's chairperson unit resigned from the post in 2008 following the suspension of scholarships of students abroad by the Pakistan Peoples Party government, the university development programs slowed due to cut in budget and introduction of cumbersome bureaucratic procedures. The commission also facilitated the development of higher educational system in the country with main purpose of upgrading the universities and degree awarding institutes in the country to be focal point of the high learning of education, research and development. Over several years, it plays an important and leading role towards building a knowledge based economy in Pakistan by giving out hundreds of doctoral scholarships for education abroad every year.
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