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In the name of ALLAH,

the most Beneficient, the most Merciful

Prepared by the Directorate of Planning & Development NUMS.

Views/ comments/ suggestion for further improvement may be
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National university of management science (NUMS) has played a

major role in developing learning and research that would provide
students, wishing to study in the private sector with a wider choice.
Not only a wider choice, but excellence in learning, teaching and
research has always been one of the main objectives of the

This is why, National university of management science (NUMS) has

become one of the best institutions of higher education in Pakistan.
Accredited by the Pakistan Engineering Council, Pakistan Medical
and Dental Council and The Pharmacy Council of Pakistan, the
University has also been able to achieve the highest ranking i.e. W
ranking with the Higher Education Commission (HEC), Pakistan.

The University is ranked among the top 500 universities of the world
(QS & Times Higher Education Supplement). We continue to be at
the forefront of world research, and continue to strive to produce
excellent graduates in Arts, Business, Biology, Dentistry,
Engineering, Information Technology, Language & Literature, Social
Sciences, Pharmacy and Medicine.

National university of management science (NUMS) research

programmes span many different industries. Our commercialisation
approach to research allows for research to be put into practice,
with launching of projects that would help generate interest in the
work we do and fund future projects.

Once of the latest projects has been launched under the trademark
of Lifesafe, which allows for the storage of stem cells from the
Umbilical Cord Blood. In the second stage of the project the
University aims to launch Pakistans first Stem Cells, testing,
processing and storage laboratory.

We work in partnership with leading organisations to allow us to

achieve benchmarks that are commercially and academically viable.
We encourage students and staff to get involved in all research

National university of management science (NUMS) continuously

developing learning strategies that stimulate dialogue. We only
employ experts in their field, allowing our students to experience
truly cultured education, that challenges assumption, develops
creative insight, feeds enquiry and develops an analytical approach.

The university is developing excellent research laboratories,

business case centres and housing a growing library, that allows
students to investigate their subjects in more detail. Furthermore,

students are involved in commercialisation of projects, giving them

practical experience of their field and developing interest for future
career or education.

Vice-Chancellors Message

The information technology revolution has helped tremendously in

bringing the world closer to the level of a global village. Under the
circumstances, not a single nation can live in isolation. Every nation
has to play its role in the well being and uplift of the global

In order to fulfill our responsibilities we have to work objectively

towards achieving excellence in all spheres of human interactions.
This demands giving up our present lethargy and hibernation and
adopting high standards of discipline, efficiency, professionalism
and integrity at all levels.

We cannot safeguard our national interests unless we change our

social conduct and attitude. The present level of our society is a
direct out come of our poor human conduct, intolerance, injustice,
inequity, incompetent and selfish leadership and lack of foresight on
part of those running the state machinery. To this end we have to
follow and practice the sacred injunctions in their true spirit, and not
merely practice rituals and traditions, in all conceivable human

It goes without saying that educational institutions provide avenues

for foremost social interactions and the university being the highest
seats of learning do play its role to produce not only skilled
workforce and high quality professionals for the state machinery but
also dedicated and selfless leadership capable of moulding destiny
of the nation.

In order to assess the progress of the university regarding its

functions on providence of services and achievement of its mission,
the Annual Report has been prepared not only as a statutory
reqirement but to factually highlight its strengths and weaknesses in
order to review its policies for optimal performance and for setting a
future direction accordingly.

The Annual Report for the academic Session 2007-08 provide a true
picture of all the activities undertaken. The report may serve as a
guiding post in formulating strategies for the future.

Let me invoke that preparation and presentation of Annual Report is

a statutory requirement and must be taken seriously in providing
correct and relevant information in time.

In the end, I pray for strength and farsight to work whole heartedly
with full devotion and concentration to elevate this Alma matter to a
world Class University.

Prof. Dr.
Kamran Ali

Executive Summary

National University of management science strives to be a

prominent public sector university in the region recognized for its
global perspective, diverse and supportive learning environment,
having international reputation in research and creative discovery
and emphasis on leadership development. The University pursues a
policy of providing access to quality education relevant to the
demands of the society.

During the year, the enrollment of the University was 102,333,

including 75,758 at graduate, 25,971 at post-graduate, 445 at
M.Phil. and 159 at Ph.D. level. Besides, the University also caters to
the needs of private students, who for some reasons do not make it
to the University as regular students.

To provide quality education, the faculty development programme

of the university provides opportunities to the faculty members for
enhancement of their qualifications through M.Phil. and Ph.D.
programmes both at national and international institutions.

The faculty is also encouraged to develop knowledge repositories in

the form of local, national and international research publications.
The faculty has published 13 refreed journals, 19 books and 131
publications. Besides, the faculty has been involved in organizing
and participation in 262 conferences, seminars and workshops both
at national and international level.

Teachers research projects, to the tune of Rs. 2.752 million were

funded from Universitys budget and Rs. 3.631 million by HEC. Apart
from that the HEC has provided a total of Rs. 7.974 million for
miscellaneous academic activities.

Financial support to the tune of Rs. 28.409 million was extended to

1820 students of the University by the District Zakat Committees,
Political Agents, Higher Education Commission and National
University of management science.

Directorate of Sports remained actively engaged in Sports activities.

The University teams not only took part in various local and national
games but the Directorate of Sports in collaboration with HEC
organized several sports events on local, provincial and national
level wherein numerous distinctions were achieved by the

Student societies are the principal vehicles through which the

various activities on the campus are triggered off in order to give

vent to the student feelings and enhance the vision of the youth in
nation building process. All the twelve societies in year round
activities pursued their assigned objectives.

The University assessed 102,333 students/candidates at Bachelor,

Master and Professional level examinations in 2009-10.

The Directorate of Works completed 33 minor civil works at a cost of

Rs. 4.515 m whereas 17 works are in progress at a cost of Rs. 8.372
m and 14 works are tendered at a cost of Rs. 3.782 million.

During the year development projects worth Rs. 72.388 million have
been completed, while projects worth Rs. 1228.532 million are on
going and new proposals worth Rs. 687.55 million are under

The Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) is actively pursuing self

assessment programme through a mechanism as per HEC
guidelines. Recently institutional assessment was carried out
according to the model provided by the HEC. National University of
management science secured A Grade according to that model. The
QEC also check Research Publications and Thesis to forestall
plagiarism through HEC sponsored software called iThenticate. In
the current session a total of 260 cases were checked and okayed.

The Library Staff imparted training to the faculty staff on Internet

Surfing and Exploring Digital Library and Online Resources. Also one
Books Exhibition in collaboration with Asia Foundation and the other
on Quaid-i-Azam and Pakistan was arranged. Moreover, a large
number of seminars and lectures series were arranged under the
auspices of USEF for Pakistan.

Mission statement

National university of management science (NUMS) , a future-

oriented and unique institution is committed to achieving excellence
in the undergraduate and graduate education, research and public
service. The University provides superior and comprehensive
educational opportunities at the baccalaureate through doctoral and
special professional educational levels. The University contributes to
the advancement of society through research, creative activity,
scholarly inquiry, and development of knowledge. The University
preserves and promotes arts, benefits the nations economy, serves
the citizens through public programs and is dedicated to the
production of quality human resource for the knowledge-driven
development of the country.


To be a prominent public sector university in the region, recognized

for its global perspective, diverse and supportive learning
environment, having international reputation in research and
creative discovery and emphasis on leadership development.

To provide upto date knowledge of the social
development and culture change in the society.
To develop insight into the problems and issues
prevailing in the society.
To develop interest in students community about their
social issues in changing trends in the global society as a whole.
To develop skills and attitude in prevailing issues in the
society of Pakistan which is disturbing the integration of the
To develop consciousness in the students community
about the internal forces and external competition affecting the
society at large.
To develop sensitivity in students about the prevailing
issues and problems facing Pakistani society and Muslim world at
large in the presence of external forces inhabiting unity in the
country as well as in the Muslim world.
To make students aware of the disturbing issues such as
extremism and terrorism in the present situation which is
affecting the society and putting stigma on the fair face of the
Muslim world?
To enable students to investigate the causes and factors which
had weaken the society as a whole and making its future
uncertain and uncharted.


Subsequent to the elevation of Faculties of Agriculture, Engineering

and Medicine to full-fledged universities in early Eighties, the
constituent instituions of the University were re-organized and re-
constituted in 2003. At present the NUMS comprises faculties are:

Hostel Accommodation
Hostel accommodation is provided to about 1000 students in five
hostels four for men and one for woman. There are about 100 rooms
and one common room in each hostel with ample facilities for indoor
games. Research students are encouraged to stay in hostel. The
cost of living in hostel is low as it is heavily subdivided by the
university.A provost senior wardens and resident wardens manage
the affairs of hostels. A large cafeteria adjacent to the hostels
provides breakfast lunch and dinner at subsidized rate.

The university has its own fleet of buses and other transport
vehicles. The buses ply between the campus and major locations in
Rawalpindi and Islamabad to provide transportation to students and
staff on concessional rates. A shuttle service runs between campus
and abpara at regular intervals. Private wagons also ply frequently
between the campus and abpara.
Health care:
A health center with the resident senior medical officer, a lady
medical officer and a full-time medical unit provides medical care on
campus during working hours. Its Para medical staff attends to stick
students round the clock. And emergency cases are sent to
treatment to Federal Government Services Hospital and Pakistan
institute of medical sciences.
Cafeteria and shops:
A cafeteria located near the administration block and the bus park,
provides meals, tea and cold drinks. Some of the departments have
their own teashops, which provide snacks during working hours. A
utility store is located on campus where groceries and essential
items of stationary are available. A number of private shops also
provide refreshments and food at reasonable rates.
The university mosque is located near cafeteria, close to hostels.
Telephone, Telegraph and postal services: A public call office is
located in the cafeteria building, which accepts out-going telegrams
and provides long distance telephone facility. A proposal to setup
central telephone facility in the university in hand. There is also post
office in the administration block.
Photocopying facility is available on campus for students and staff
at reasonable rates. It is located in many buildings and also in
central library.

The habib bank branch is located on campus which provides
banking facility to teachers, students and employees.
The university provides facilities to the student for outdoor an
indoor games under the supervision of the sports committee which
also arranges interdepartmental tournaments and friendly matches
with other universities and colleges.
At present, facilities are available for table tennis, basketball,
football, badminton and athletics. Students participate in these
games with keen interest. The university plans to provide facilities
for hockey, squash, gymnastics and other games in future.

Revenue model:

Advertising Revenue model:

Our portal provides a space for foreign colleges to advertise
on our website and provide different scholarships. This can be
applied and registered online.

Subscription Revenue model:

The new students that use our website can apply for the
admission test and forms online with their credit card. They can also
subscribe for our weekly magazine online.

Transaction Revenue model:

The university provides counseling and give better
perspective of market and their courses, we earns by giving the
local students the information about the foreign universities and
their courses and fee structure.

Sales Revenue model:

Weekly magazine
Talk shows.
Yearly semester fee

Market Opportunity

Student percentage in NUMS 0 as compared to others.



Phases Faculty Students

2005 623 24105

Phase I
2006-2010 1370 43213

Phase II
2011-2015 1892 60608

Phase III
2016-2020 2610 85004

Competitive Environment:
Direct competitor:
The direct competitors of NUMS are:

Indirect competitor:
Private courses
Virtual university
Allama Iqbal open university

Competitive strategy:
Low Fee structure
Experienced knowledgeable professors
Efficient use of recourses
Good location of Campus
Online Notes provided.

Financial Statement

Balance sheet
Cash Rs.47,5 Marketable securities Rs.55,9
24 (short term) 26
Accounts 23,553 Inventories 32,210
Prepaid Exp. 5,736 Retained earnings 121,47
Accounts payable 5,912 Dividends payable 1,424
Accrued exp. 21,532 Tax payable 6,438
Notes payable 20,000
(due within one
Company also reported total assets of Rs.353,816, total
liabilities of Rs.81,630, and a return on total assets of 18.1%.


(Rs. in Million)

1999-2000 2007-2008 % increase

a. Budget 638.42 2831.98 343%
b. University Income 419.79 1484.87 254%
c. Recurring Grant 218.62 825.56 277%
d. Development Grant 63.41 510.00 705%
e. Maintenance NUMS 12.48 362.10 2801%

Market Strategy:

NUMS attracts students mostly due to its famous name and also
for the scholarship given to the students.

Counseling facilities
Free entry Test.
Vast transport facility
Huge Online and location library search
Better security system
Bank Facility
Centralized air-condition campus.

Organizational Development:

University are changing and the ability to stay

abreast of local, national and global changes is
increasingly more difficult. Understanding the
dynamics and process of change, and the
systems that operate within an organization, are
critical to ensuring that organizations keep pace
with the changing marketplace.
Organization development is a powerful strategic approach to
furthering business objectives. Through the use of organization
development, businesses are tapping into the resources within their

employees at all levels, fostering a stronger workplace dynamic that

supports on-going change, and enabling higher levels of productivity
and effectiveness organization-wide.
The NUMS Executive Certificate in Organization Development
Program will provide you with the knowledge, skills, tools and
perspectives to support organizations through on-going change that
will help you stay on the leading edge in todays marketplace. The
Organization Development program focuses on building high
performance organizations while paying attention to human
resources. The program includes real work with clients, with just-in-
time learning emphasized, and is suited to both internal and
external organization development consultancies.

Core Competencies:
The NUMS University Executive Certificate in Organization
Development is designed to help you:
Understand the breadth and depth of the practice of
organization development through real work with a client
Define and practice elements of an organization development
consultancy relationship
Understand and practice the concept of use of self as an
intervention tool in an organization
Increase your ability to self-manage within a client system
Understand and be able to convey to a client the business
objectives of an intervention
Understand the three levels of a system: individual, group and
organization and how to determine the appropriate level at
which to intervene
Assemble an organization development toolkit

Designed For:
Practicing organization development consultants, either
internal or external to organizations looking to hone or build
new skills
Practicing executive/organization coaches who would like to
gain more knowledge and skills in team and organization-wide
Experienced human resources and performance management
professionals interested in the larger organizational
Facilitators and training professionals looking to broaden their
Business leaders, including government and non-profit
professionals, who would like to take their organization to the
next level
MBAs looking to acquire or expand organization development

Individuals or business professionals who are transitioning into

the organization development profession

Management Team:

Sir Qasim

Vice Chancellor
Kamran Ali

Administration Academics

Registrar Deans Principals

Adeel Ateeq Kashif

Treasurer Department
Vice Chancellor /Institutes Constituent
Secretariate /Ceners Schools
/NCEs and Colleges
Director /Academies
Controller of
Admissions Affiliated

Director P&D
Director Quality
Director of Cell

Director of