Lahore University Of Management Sciences (Education)

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The second Cyber Security Awareness Seminar was held at LUMS in collaboration with the Cyber Security Task Force and the Pakistan Information Security Association (PISA) on November 5th, 2013. The primary goal of this seminar was to highlight the increasing threats of Cyber Crimes and Cyber Terrorism.

The seminar saw the participation of LUMS students and faculty members; civil judges and research fellows at the Lahore High Court; the Additional Advocate General; various members of the business community and civil society representatives including Digital Rights Foundation, Pakistan.

The session was inaugurated with an introduction by Mr Ammar Jaffri, the Chairman Cyber Security Task Force. He went on to describe the audience about the threat perception in cyber space and mentioned about the counter measures taken up by the Cyber Security Task Force.

Following Mr. Jaffri was Barrister Zahid Jameel, Head of the Legal Committee for Drafting the Cyber Security Bill 2013. He discussed legal issues and challenges faced with regards to cyber security and the impediments faced by him and his committee while introducing the Cyber Security Bill 2013.

Dr Ashraf Masood, Dean NUST MCS, briefly explained about the cyber security policy adopted in Pakistan. He was then followed up by Mr. Shahid Hassan, Deputy Director of the FIA, who narrated his experience of the special cyber security training he had received in India.

The session was continued by Mr. Tariq Sheikh, Manager Customer Support and Training at LUMS, who brought forth the challenges and issues faced at LUMS in terms of cyber security. Seminar was concluded by a session from Mr. Tahir Chaudhry, Head Cyber Security Awareness Campaign who brought forth cyber issues faced by students and the general public. He provided some valuable tips on how to secure personal information online.

Finally, a summation followed all these presentations with closing remarks given by Professor Abid Hussain Imam, Assistant Professor at Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law, who then opened the Q & A session.

Session summary by Muhammad Farooq - volunteer, Digital Rights Foundation [1] Lahore University of Management 
  • Details
  • Motto:

    Facilitating Institutes of higher learning to serve as an Engine of Growth for the Socio-Economic Development of Pakistan

  • Type:

    Education Institution public

  • Established:

    1984 Lahore Pakistan

  • Dean: :

    Dr. Martin Wilhelm Lau PhD (London) and Dr. Jawad Syed PhD (Macquarie)

  • Vice Chancellor:

    Dr. Sohail Naqvi (PhD, Purdue)

  • Undergraduates:

    504,000 PKR (2016

  • Programs and projects:

    Project Planning and Life Cycle Role of Project Manager Introduction to MS Project Risk Management Managing Cross Functional Project Teams Managing Public Sector Projects Conflict Management Project Monitoring and Control Project Closure

  • Location:

    The Lahore University of Management Sciences, is an independent research university located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. LUMS was founded in 1984 by the patronage of the business–industrial community spearheaded by Syed Babar Ali.

  • Headquarter:

    Lahore, Pakistan

  • Address::

    Opposite Sector U, DHA., Lahore 54792

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Lahore University of Management Sciences
Lahore University of Management Sciences
The Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) is a world class academic institution with a proud history of achievement, and ambitious plans for the future. The idea of establishing the university took root in the mind of Syed Babar Ali, Pro Chancellor, LUMS who is the guiding spirit behind the university. With his resilient efforts and patronage of the business community, academia and representatives of the government, started the establishment of what was to become one of the leading universities of South Asia. With support of ten of the leading public and private sector corporations of Pakistan, the National Management Foundation (NMF), the sponsoring body of the University, was incorporated on November 7, 1984. The NMF was granted a charter by the Government of Pakistan for establishing the University on March 8, 1985. Through this charter, the University was given the legal right to establish degree-granting programmes. In addition to this, the government also granted authorisation to set up other schools under the aegis of the "Lahore University of Management Sciences". The Board of Governors of the NMF, being the sponsors of LUMS, raise the necessary funds for the University’s operations and meet its infra-structure requirements. Consequently all land and university buildings are owned by NMF. Many members of the Board are representatives of the business community and form a crucial link between the University and the business world. The Board of Trustees, the policy-making body of the University, comprises leading members of the business community, academia and representatives of the government. The principal functions of the Board are to set broad policy guidelines and to review the operations of the University which functions on no-profit, no-loss basis. Since its inception in 1985, LUMS has strived to achieve the aim of imparting world class education while encouraging research and intellectual growth in the country. As a result, LUMS has played a key role in setting high standards of academics and producing professionals who can compete with counterparts from any university across the world.   The LUMS Business School, now known as the Suleman Dawood School of Business (SDSB) opened its doors to the first batch of MBA students in 1986. The LUMS MBA programme is first rate in standards and is based on the case methodology of teaching, which is the distinctive quality of the LUMS MBA programme. Adapted from leading business schools all over the world and then customised through local cases, this methodology has produced top business graduates of the country. The first class of MBA students graduated in 1988 and was rapidly placed in national and international companies while others became successful entrepreneurs. The BSc Honours Programme at LUMS was initiated in 1994 and in 1996, the School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) was formed to administer the undergraduate programmes. The School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) initially housed the Computer Science (both BSc and MS), Economics, Social Sciences, and Mathematics majors along with the Accounting and Finance minor. Later the Accounting and Finance minor was altered into a major. In 2002, a five year, integrated, BA-LL.B degree was launched by the School of Arts and Sciences. To counter the scope and diversity of the increased programmes and departments two schools were established at LUMS. The Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences (MGSHSS) was established to oversee the Humanities and Social Sciences, Economics and Law departments and the Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering (SBASSE) was established to oversee the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics. Over the years, LUMS also initiated Masters programmes in Economics, Computer Science and Computer Engineering (relaunched in 2012 as MS in Electrical Engineering). An Executive MBA programme was launched in 2002 to facilitate managers and entrepreneurs. In addition, LUMS also offers a wide array of executive courses through the Rausing Executive Development Centre (REDC), which was established in 1994 with support from the Rausing family of Sweden. Since its inception the Centre has maintained its position as one of the finest institutes offering executive education in Pakistan.   LUMS also initiated PhD programmes in Computer Science, Computer Engineering and Mathematics in line with its aim to promote research in the country. To date, 10 candidates have obtained PhD degrees in these disciplines. In 2006, a PhD in Management was added to the list of doctoral programmes at LUMS, to cater to the growing need of organisational management and operations management experts. In 2011, two majors were introduced to the undergraduate programmes at LUMS. The School of Humanities, Social Sciences and Law added a BA History to their extensive list of majors. The Suleman Dawood School of Business started offering a BSc in Management Science to cater to the increased demand of a business major at the undergraduate level. Living up to its commitment of offering new graduate programmes, the university added new MS and PhD programmes to the portfolio of the School of Science and Engineering in 2012. New MS degree in Electrical Engineering was introduced alongwith new doctoral programmes in Biology, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, and Physics. Shaikh Ahmad Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL) was announced which offers BA-LL.B previously offered under the Law Department. As the years unfold, the university remains committed to offering new programmes in relevant, emerging fields for the youth of the region. [2]  University of Management Sciences 


Lahore University of Management Sciences
Lahore University of Management Sciences
To become an internationally acclaimed research university that serves society through excellence in education and research. 


LUMS aspires to achieve excellence and national and international leadership through unparalleled teaching and research, holistic undergraduate education, and civic engagement to serve the critical needs of society. It seeks to accomplish this mission as a unified institution with cutting-edge research, a modern and rigorous curriculum and socially responsible outreach to the nation and region.


Lahore University of Management Sciences
Lahore University of Management Sciences
  • A research university dedicated to advancement and creation of new knowledge
  • A place for holistic undergraduate experience and strong graduate education
  • A diverse community with a distinctive commitment to ethics, tolerance, and social responsibility
  • Engaged with the society and a change agent for economic growth and development [3] Lahore University 


  • Merit Based Approach LUMS adheres to merit as the sole criteria in it's decision making. This applies to all aspects of its operations, from selection of faculty and staff, to admission and evaluation of students.
  • Hard Work We believe that sustained hard work provides the underpinning for the socio-economic development of a nation. LUMS academic programmes help develop the stamina and diligence essential for success in the increasingly competitive international environment.
  • Value Addition Our programmes are structured so that every activity enhances student learning and individual development. All activities are thus designed with definite learning objectives.
  • Intellectual Rigour The programmes offered at LUMS not only require the capacity to work hard, but also the ability to think analytically and to solve problems. The mental strength that comes from a rigorous academic programme prepares the participants to perform demanding intellectual tasks.
  • Character Building We consider character building to be an integral aspect of our programmes, as learning without personal integrity will be of little value to the individual and the society. [4] Lahore University of Management 


The program analyses organizational framework needed for effective project management and identifies the techniques that can be used to avoid some of the costly mistakes that many managers make while handling complex projects. Topical coverage includes:
  • Project Planning and Life Cycle
  • Role of Project Manager
  • Introduction to MS Project
  • Risk Management
  • Managing Cross Functional Project Teams
  • Managing Public Sector Projects
  • Conflict Management
  • Project Monitoring and Control
  • Project Closure [5] University Lahore 

Other Distinguished Achievements

  • TEDDS Ex-student Topped NTS Medical Entry Test 2007 by scoring highest ever marks.
  • Admission in the top Professional Institutions like LUMS, FAST, KEMC & UET etc.
  • Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) has so far selected 36 students from TEDDS under its National Outreach Program (NOP).
  • Four students graduated from LUMS have earned lucrative professional appointments in Middle East and Canada.
  • The Trust School student Muhammad Abdur Rauf hired by Microsoft as a Software Development Engineer.
  • Consistent Top Positions in All Pakistan Science Model & Quiz Competitions by National Museum of Science and Technology, Lahore Pakistan.
  • Presidential Gold Medal in Scouting & representation in South Korea Jamboree.
  • Attended a number of foreign camps under “Seeds of Peace International”.
  • TEDDS introduced innovative Championship Programs viz “Brain of Lahore”, “Orator of Lahore”, “Extempore Essay Writing Contest” .
  • Coveted International Scholarships like “FULL BRIGHT” won by TEDDS EX-Student. [6] University of Management  

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