Hyderabad is the second largest city in the province Sindh. It is the fourth largest city in the country. The city was founded in 1768 by Mian Ghulam Shah Kalhoro upon the ruins of a Mauryan fishing village along the bank of the Indus known as Neroon Kot.Formerly the capital of Sindh, it serves as the head quarter of the district of Hyderabad.Before the creation of Pakistan, it was known as the Paris of India, for its roads used to be washed with river water.Hyderabad, now a day, is a hub of educational activities. In this district a good number of colleges are established most are affiliated with University of Sindh.
Government Colleges in Hyderabad
|S.No.||Name Of Colleges||Location|
|1||Federal Government College of Science and Technology||Cantt area|
|2||Government Degree College Kohsar||Kohsar|
|3||Government Nazareth College||Tilak Incline|
|4||Government Shah Latif Girls College||Unit No 6 Latifabad|
|5||Government Boys Degree College Qasimabad||Qasimabad|
|6||Government Girls Degree College Qasimabad||Qasimabad|
|7||Government College Kaiimoree||Kaiimore|
|8||Government City College||Shohad-e-Murree Road|
|9||Government Gulaam Hussain Hidayat Higher Secondery Ulla||Fort Area|
|10||Government Muslim Science Degree College||Tower Market|
|11||Sachal Sarmast Arts & Commerce College||Herabad|
|12||Government Zubeda Girls Degree College||City Gate|
|13||Government Ghazali College.||Latifabad No 8|
Private Colleges in Hyderabad
|Name Of Colleges||
|1||Superior College of Science||G.O.R Colony|
|2||Institute Of Modern Science||Gul Center|
|3||College of Excellence (Excellence Education System)||Latifabad Unit No 7|
|4||Bahria Foundation College||Latifabad Unit No 2|
|5||Preston College||G.O.R Colony|
|6||Eden Grammar College||Qasimabad|
|7||A1 Falah Boys College||Latifabad Unit No 6|
|8||Sindh Homoeopathic Medical College||Near Press Club Hyderabad|
|9||Sindh University Model College||Old Campus|
|10||County Girls College||Opposite Shahbaz Building|
Above mentioned government and private colleges may be categorized in different way as Boys Colleges, Girls Colleges, Science, Arts and Commerce Colleges, Undergraduate and Graduates Colleges. These colleges offer degrees of F.Sc., F.A., I.Com., B.Sc., B.A., B.Com and some degree colleges offers M.A, M.Sc. and M.Com. These colleges produce manpower in great strength and offer their services in government and private sector.
Historical Background of Muslim Science Degree College Hyderabad:
In 1925 the Muslim Education Society was established by Mr. Noor Muhammad Lakheer in Hyderabad city. In 1934 (present Noor Muhammad High School) delivered to Muslim Education Society and named “Hyderabad High School”. In 1937 after the death of Mr. Noor Muhammad Lakheer the name of this school was changed from Hyderabad High School to his name “Noor Muhammad High School”.
After the independence of Pakistan in 1947, the building of Noor Muhammad High School was divided into two portions. One portion for Noor Muhammad High School and second for Muslim College.
The Muslim College was established in 1958 and offered the subjects of Science, Art and Commerce at intermediate level. On 25th September 1972 the Muslim College was restricted only for Science subject at intermediate level.
In 2009 it had given a status of Degree College and named “Government Muslim Science Degree College”
The Muslim Science Degree College is called the heart of Hyderabad city. In this college number of great scholars and permanent professionals were attached and associated as principal. Below table shows the name of principals/ In charge from its inception.
Names of the Principals from its inception
|S.No.||Names of Principals||Tenure|
|01||Mr. Aaga Kalb-e-hyder||1958||1959|
|02||Mr. K.A. Niyer||1959||1960|
|03||Mr. A.M. Nizamani||1961||1966|
|04||Mr. Muhammad Umer Memon||1967||1969|
|05||Mr. Asad Beg kalich Beg||1970||1971|
|06||Prof. A.M. Nizamani||197J||1972|
|07||Mr. Muhammad hafeez Qureshi||1972||1972|
|08||Prof. A. Hakim Shaikh||1972||1973|
|09||Prof. Saiyid Basit Ali||1973||1974|
|10||Prof. Khwaja Khalil Ahmed Siddiqi||1974||1976|
|11||Mr. Alamchand Chansani||11-11-1976||04-05-1977|
|12||Prof S.M. Inam-ul- Haque||05-05-1977||06-08-1979|
|13||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||1979||1980|
|14||Prof. M.A. Siddiqui||24-05-1980||13-07-1981|
|15||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||14-07-1981||04-081981|
|16||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||05-09-1981||24-07-1985|
|17||Dr. Shrif Memon||25-09-1985||29-08-1989|
|18||Prof Syed Qaisar Raza||30-08-1989||25-01-1990|
|19||Prof Ghulam Rasool Baloch||26-01-1990||11-08-1991|
|20||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||11-08-1991||26-10-1993|
|21||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||27-10-1993||08-03-1994|
|22||Prof. Altaf Ahmed Shaikh||09-03-1994||02-11-1994|
|23||Prof. Syed Qaisar Raza||02-11-1994||19-02-2001|
|24||Prof. Abdul Samad Ansari||20-02-2001||01-01-2001|
|25||Prof. Nasrullah Shaikh||01-01-2002||23-05-2002|
|26||Prof. A.M. Abbasi||23-05-2002||25-08-2003|
|27||Prof. Nasrullah Shaikh||25-08-2003||30-04-2007|
|28||Prof. Muhammad Aslam Rajput||30-04-2007||02-05-2008|
|29||Prof. Muhammad Nawaz Channa||02-05-2008||01-11-2010|
|30||Prof. Ghulam Ali Jamali||29-01-2011||24-08-2011|
|31||Prof. Dr. Mirza Imam Ali Baig||24-08-2011||To- Date|
Staff of the Government Muslim Science Degree College
At present, the total strength of Teaching staff is 40.
Above the total strength of teaching staff are 50 which are well experienced and committed with their fields. Moreover, there are 38 non-teaching staff are serving. Below a table is given to shows the strength of non-teaching staff in college.
|03||Director Physical Education||BPS-17||01|
Government Muslim Science Degree College is situated near Tower Market Hyderabad Sindh.
The building of College Consists Classrooms, Laboratories (Physics Chemistry, Botany,Zoology and Computer), Library, Staff room, Office for the ministerial Staff and Office for the Principal.
The College has Garden, Library, and fully equipped laboratories.
The admission policy is prescribed by Government of Sindh; as under:-
1. (a) 20% seats on open merit irrespective of District.
(b) 65% of available seats in the college shall be filled in from the candidates from the schools situated within the taluka Matiari.
(c) 10% of the seats shall be filled upon the basis of:-
- Extra curricular activities,including boys scouting.
- Sons, daughters, real brothers and sisters of employees of the Sindh Education Department.
The above admission will be granted strictly on the merit basis within category.
(d) 5% of remaining seats will be filled up in consultation with the Government.
2. The students securing ‘D’ ‘E’ Grade ie., below 50% of marks in the Secondary School Certificate Examination in Science group are not eligible for admission to First Year Science (not even on sports or any other criteria and under any circumstances).
3. The applications for admission must be made on prescribed form attached with the prospectus. This must be accompanied by:-
- One photo stat attested copy of Provisional Certificate of passing last examination.
- One photo stat attested copy of detailed Marks Sheet.
- Eight recent passport size photograph of applicant.
Rules and Regulations:
- Students selected for admission should submit an undertaking for non indulgence in party politics, in pursuance of Supreme Court’s decision on non judicial stamp paper of Rs. 10/-.
- 75% attendance is compulsory.
- Students are required to wear college uniform.
- No student shall be allowed to leave the college premises before college hours.
- Students should bring their college Identity Card; otherwise they will not be allowed to attend the classes.
- Names of the students remaining absent for continuous period of 15 days, shall be struck off from the college roll.
- Punctuality of time will be strictly observed, no student will be allowed in class room after 10 minutes of the start of classes.
Membership of the college library is compulsory. Students are required to submit an application on the prescribed form available from the college library for membership. After the receipt of the application form and other formalities having been fulfilled the Librarian will issue a BORROWER’S CARD to the student members of the library. A member student can borrowthe books under Rs. 10/- only.
Students are required to observe discipline in the strict sense of the word, both within and outside the college. Any breach will render the students liable to expulsion. The Administrative Council reserve the right to be the sole and final authority in all matters pertaining to disciplinary action expulsion, imposition of special fines, interpretation of rules and all the such connected matters.
The college has prescribed uniform (Dark Green Pant and Light Green Shirt along with Dark Green Tie).Students are required to wear the uniform.
Free Text Books:
To increase the enrollment, Free Text Books along with Practical Journals for the Students of Class XI and XII of Science, Commerce and Arts are provided by Sindh Government.
On different Occasions, festivals are celebrated in which activities like debates, seminars, Seerat conference, Quiz competitions, book fair and science fair etc., are performed.
Extra Curricular Activities:
1.Games: Cricket, Badminton, Table Tennis and volleyball.
For smooth running of college affairs the work is distributed among various committees i.e.
- Admission Committee
- Advisory/Discipline Committee
- Vigilance Committee
- Magazine Committee
- Culture Committee
- Gymkhana Committee
- Development Committee
- Science Committee
- Time Table Committee
- Library Committee
- Academic Committee
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