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Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU)


Rawalpindi, Punjab

Fatima Jinnah Women University offers an incomparable environment for females for their academic and professional development by offering opportunities for learning and research in diverse and innovative areas to realize their potential to the optimum. Our alumni are a part of prestigious organisations, overseas and at home. Being a Public Sector University, quality education is offered to students at a generously subsidized rate by accommodating women across the country especially from rural backgrounds.

https://www.fjwu.edu.pk/  |  https://fjwu.edu.pk/hessa/

Vision


To aspire and innovate for a sustainable future by promoting higher education, research, collaboration and community engagement to achieve societal empowerment.

Mission


To achieve excellence through a conducive learning environment for collective well-being and societal transformation.

History


Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) has been established in the premises of the Old Presidency, situated at the Mall, in the heart of Rawalpindi Cantonment. Former Prime Minister Mian Muhammad Nawaz Sharif inaugurated this gift for the nation’s daughters and their families on August 6, 1998. Classes were initiated at FJWU on December 28, 1998 and the first batch of students graduated in September 2001.

27

Departments

75

Degree Programs

6,074

Enrolled Students

285

Faculty

Dr. Saima Hamid

Vice Chancellor

About


  • # of students: Males: na | Females: 6,074
  • # of total full-time faculty: Males: 34 | Females: 150
  • Student’s faculty ratio: 1:33
  • # of Ph.D. faculty: 101
  • # of offered degree programs: 31 of BS | 3 of MS | 11 of Ph.D. | 18 of Phil | 1 of other
  • # of faculties: 6

                   

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