Published on 15-May-2016 Sunday in Jang Newspaper
Founded in 1967 as Reactor School in response to increasing industrialization of Pakistan, the institute started its educational activities with the affiliation of Quaid-e-Azam University, and later became Centre for Nuclear Studies (CNS) in 1976; the institute gained its new name and started developing charter in nineties. Now, the university has on-campus dorms and houses in an area of 150 acres (0.61 km2; 0.23 sq mi), which offers academic programs with a strong emphasis on scientific, engineering, and technological education & research.
Currently the university is ranked as the top engineering institute of Pakistan by the HEC in “engineering and technology” cateogory, as of 2013. QS World University Rankings ranked the institute top in Pakistan and 106th in Asia.
Last Date — 13 June 2016