SDG 4 - QUALITY EDUCATION
Ilma University vision upholds imparting SDG 4 - Quality Education through its distinguished and diverse study programs. These comprise undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate degree streams in the widely acclaimed faculties. There are four instituted faculties, namely; Management Sciences, Software Engineering, Science & Technology and Media & Design.

Ilma University deems to achieve its core objective of imparting quality education through its well-designed programs with comprehensive curricula, coursework, projects, research and testing patterns. These are specially framed to meet the international standards of education with continuous and stringent reviewing framework by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and Charter Inspection & Evaluation Committee (CIEC) which hold regular visits to ensure this in particular.

Also, there is a Quality Assurance and Liaison department which outlines and ensures the complete compliance for upholding high-quality parameters in every aspect of University functioning. This quality assurance department continually aligns the documentation, planning and training to raise the benchmarks. It ensures the standards of teaching and research in all courses taught, develop qualification frameworks and program structures to determine what knowledge, understanding, skills developed, quality assurance processes and methods of evaluation that standards are achieved as per requirements, develop curriculum and staff development together with research and other scholarly activities.

10M+

INDUSTRY FUNDING

625+

SCHOLARSHIP

400+

FAMILIES IMPACTED

150

LAPTOPS REWARD

10

REWARDS PROGRAMS

550+

JOBS & INTERNSHIPS



SDG 4 Policies

Version: ILMA/ ACD /20-25/ADM/XX62
Policy Created: July 11, 2020
Policy Reviewed: July 11, 2020

Aim
This policy recognizes ILMA University’s commitment to promote learning and education in the society. To make the educational resources easily accessible to everyone without any discrimination. University should go out of its boundaries for the educational development of the society

Scope of Policy
This Policy applies to all employees of the ILMA University.

Policy Statement
• ILMA University will conduct educational workshops and events in other avenues beyond the campus boundaries, including local schools.
• Take responsibility for the educational development of the society.
• Host educational events, seminars and conferences every year which are open for everyone (general public) regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, disability or immigration status.
• Make online educational resources accessible for everyone (general public) regardless of gender, religion, ethnicity, disability or immigration status.
• University must make efforts to increased accessibility of the educational resources for everyone without any discrimination on gender, religion, ethnicity, disability or immigration status.

Definitions
Lifelong Learning: Any learning formal or informal that happens after the traditional years of education. It represents the continuing development through acquisition of knowledge and skills throughout one's life.

Projects and Events

Ilma University has an aim of uplift of the whole community. Therefore, Ilma University has kept open access of various resources for anyone who is eager to learn. Anyone from general public can also access University buildings, library, online educational material and open spaces after following a specific procedure. Procedures are in place to ensure the security and discipline of the campus Ilma University Library has a primary aim of assisting students and faculty in their research, learning and teaching activities. Our library facilitates both the on campus and online learning needs of the students and faculty. Most of the Library services are also open for the general public members as well as students from other universities. However, visitors and members from the general public who intend to use the Library must first fill out a registration form. Furthermore, staff and students from different universities can also get themselves registered for the use of library and its resources.

Education gives a child the ability to think positively and positively towards life. With free education, all children will have the same position in life. Therefore, ILMA university provided free education to street children as part of SDGs 1 and 4.

Due to their inability to afford a good education, many children in Karachi beg on the streets instead of attending school. A few of our qualified faculty members and brilliant students gave books, stationery, copies, and water bottles to such children. We began the class with counseling from our faculty. After that, our students took charge of the class with some basic learnings in Urdu, English, and Mathematics. The session lasted 3 hours and 25 minutes, including a break. We offer them juice and sandwiches during the break. Now our students visit per area 3 times and gave quality education free of cost.