Higher Education Commission has imposed a ban on admission in two universities of Karachi.
Karachi is a big city and there are many educational institutes opened here and there providing education to the students. Some people have opened up educational institutes for commercial purposes neglecting the actual purpose of imparting quality education to all.
HEC has been playing an active role in making sure that neither the quality of education is compromised nor the students suffer in any way.
As per reports, HEC has enforced a ban on the admissions in Sindh Institute of Management and Technology (SIMT) and Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education (DIHE).
Sindh Institute of Mangement and Technology is being managed by a group of educationists and business professionals.
Dadabhoy Institute of Higher Education offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. It was founded in the year 2000. Since the day of its commencement, it has been awarding scholarships and need-based financial aid to the students. Its objective is to impart quality education at affordable rates as per its official website.
Ilma University previously known as Institute of Business and Technology has been imposed with a conditional ban. This university was founded in 2001 in the private division by the GEC (Global Education Consultant Society) for encouraging youth towards education as it is important for the socio-economic growth of the country.
The ban has been enforced because of the irregularities in the academic activities, mismanagement and the matter of setting up unlawful campuses.
Higher Education Commission has told students that the degrees acquired from these institutes would not be accepted.