SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities

SDG 10 - Reduced Inequalities are beautifully met by the University’s Global Educational Consultants Society (GEC). The fundamental rationale is to give back to the community and the foremost aim of GEC is to provide Education for All and this has become its slogan to uphold. GEC Society plays a pivotal part to provide access to low cost and inclusive education which encircles all irrespective of caste, colour or creed and stands united in the imparting quality education serving the less privileged and underserved areas.



This policy reaffirms Ilma University's unwavering commitment to ensuring a discrimination-free admission process. It is our fundamental belief that discrimination based on gender, age, disabilities, nationality, caste, ethnicity, religion, or race has no place in our institution.

Reporting of Discrimination Acts

Ilma University strongly encourages the reporting of any suspected cases of discrimination or harassment. Regardless of the identity or position of the perpetrator, we urge all individuals who believe they have been victims of such behavior (students, faculty, or staff) to promptly discuss their concerns with their immediate supervisor, human resources, or the Student Affairs department.

Policy Statement

In alignment with the principle of "education for all," Ilma University upholds a comprehensive non-discriminatory admission policy. The following points elucidate our commitment:

• Admission of students will strictly adhere to the eligibility criteria outlined by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan.
• Ilma University will admit qualified and eligible students to all educational programs and activities without any form of discrimination based on gender, age, disabilities, nationality, caste, ethnicity, religion, or race.
• We are dedicated to providing educational opportunities and accessibility to all disabled students, without any discrimination based on the type of disability.

Scope of Policy

This policy applies to all students, encompassing both undergraduate and postgraduate programs, as well as part-time and full-time students.


• Discrimination refers to the mistreatment of an individual or group based on preconceived beliefs, resulting in unjust consequences for such individuals or groups.


Ilma University is committed to provide safe, comfortable and clean accommodation facilities and scholarships for the persons with disabilities. University is serious

Policy Statement

1. Ilma University will be providing accommodation facilities for all expatriate staff and international students including those with disabilities.
2. Accessibility of the disable persons must be ensured in all accommodation facilities and buildings of the University will be
3. Ilma University also offer scholarships to the disable persons.

Scope of Policy

This Policy applies to all employees and students of the Ilma University.


• On-campus Accommodation: refers to having a dwelling place within the University’s premises.
• Disability: refers to a person who has a debilitating physical or mental condition that limits their senses.


This policy recognize Ilma University’s commitment that there is no place of harassment or discrimination of any kind in any campus of the University.

Policy Statement

The members of ILMA shall place a high value on relationships built on reason, mutual trust, respect, dignity and equality treating others with courtesy, acceptance and respect as part of achieving a common good. In doing so, it shall be essential that all members recognize and respect not only their own rights and responsibilities, but also the rights and responsibilities of other members of the Institute. The seniors who are well positioned to assert their rights shall have a reciprocal duty to exercise care towards the subordinates who depend on them for their well-being.

• Harassment of any sort shall not be tolerated, including such behaviors as violence, intimidation, sexual advances, exploitation and derogatory conduct that reflect bias based on a person’s color, physical characteristics, descent and ethnic background etc.
• Students involved or engaged in unwanted activities and unwarranted conduct which has the purpose or effect of : violating another person’s dignity, or creating an intimidating, hostile, degrading, humiliating, or offensive environment for another person – will attract major penalty of dismissal.

Sending & Receiving Offensive & Harassing E-mails
• Sending replying or printing the text, images, or jokes that disparage others based on their race, religion, color, gender, gender, national origin, disability, ancestry, or age, that are disparaging or defamatory; or that which spread gossip, rumors, or innuendos about employees, clients, suppliers, or other outside parties; or that which contain foul, obscene, disrespectful, or adult- oriented language; or that which are intended to alarm others, embarrass, negatively impact employee productivity, or harm employee morale, shall be strictly treated as misconduct.
• If any employee receives any offensive, unpleasant, harassing or intimidating messages via email he/she shall inform the immediate Manager or the Head of IT immediately. IT department shall trace such emails as quickly as possible

Anti Discrimination
• ILMA shall remain committed towards achieving non-discrimination and equality of opportunity in employment, admissions and other academic and non-academic programs for existing and prospective staff and students to ensure that the principle of merit operates unhindered in disregard of irrelevant criteria on the grounds of gender, disability, marital status, race, age, and religious or political beliefs
• ILMA shall abide by the principle of equal employment opportunity to ensure selection of the best qualified human resource, without discrimination on the basis of factors such as race, ethnic origin, religion, color, age, disability, gender, or marital status.
• All admissions will be strictly based on merit basis without any discrimination, as per the non-discriminatory admission policy of the University.
• Students’ assessments shall not be based on any kind of discrimination.

Scope of Policy

This Policy applies to all employees and students of the Ilma University.


Discrimination: adverse treatment of any employee based on the employee’s actual or perceived membership in a protected class or category of persons to whom he/she belongs, rather than on the basis of his/her individual merit with respect to the terms, conditions, or privileges of employment including, but not limited to hiring, firing, promoting, disciplining, scheduling, training, evaluating, or deciding how to compensate that employee.

Project and Events

Ilma University takes a momentous step towards fostering diversity and inclusivity by launching a dedicated initiative to maximize opportunities for underrepresented minorities in recruitment and admissions. In line with its commitment to creating a more equitable academic community, the university's admissions department has initiated a series of targeted sessions and actively supports the admission and recruitment of individuals from underrepresented backgrounds.

Embracing Diversity:

Ilma University recognizes the invaluable contributions and unique perspectives that individuals from underrepresented minorities bring to our academic environment. Our commitment to diversity is embedded in our core values, and this initiative reflects our dedication to action.

Proactive Engagement:

The admissions department at Ilma University proactively engages with underrepresented minority communities to ensure that prospective students and staff are well-informed about the opportunities available to them. These informative sessions serve as a bridge to facilitate a smoother transition into academic life and careers within the institution.

Equal Opportunities:

Ilma University firmly believes in providing equal educational and career opportunities to all, irrespective of their background. We are resolute in our commitment to eliminating disparities in access to higher education and employment.

A Vision for a Diverse Future:

This initiative is a testament to our aspiration for a more diverse and inclusive future. Ilma University is proud to take the lead in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion, not only within its academic programs but also in the makeup of its faculty and staff.

ILMA University is deeply committed to the well-being of its students, recognizing that mental health is a vital component of overall student success. To support our students in facing the challenges that can arise during their academic journey, we offer free counseling sessions focused on addressing a wide range of mental health and student-related issues. These counseling sessions are provided by trained professionals who create a safe and confidential space for students to express their concerns, seek guidance, and work through personal challenges. Our university understands that students may encounter a variety of stressors and emotional issues, and our free counseling services are designed to provide them with the necessary tools and support to cope with these challenges. We encourage students to take advantage of these sessions to enhance their mental well-being and create a positive and nurturing environment that fosters their academic and personal growth. At ILMA University, we believe that investing in our students’ mental health is an investment in their overall success and happiness.

ILMA University is dedicated to promoting mental health and well-being among its students, recognizing the importance of addressing the unique challenges they may face during their academic journey. In line with this commitment, we regularly host Mental Health Seminars to create awareness and provide valuable insights into managing mental health effectively. These seminars feature expert speakers, psychologists, and counselors who engage with our students in an open and supportive environment, offering guidance on stress management, anxiety, depression, and other mental health concerns. Our Mental Health Seminars serve as a platform for students to openly discuss and learn about mental health-related issues, encouraging a culture of understanding and support. Through these seminars, we aim to equip our students with the tools and knowledge they need to navigate the ups and downs of academic life while promoting a healthier and more resilient campus community.