Mr. Asim Nazir Ahmad
At the beginning of 21 century, Pakistan is facing a lot of multiple challenges. The first and foremost is to improve literacy percentage which is at its lowest ebb and the educational scenario has sunk into pale of looming darkness and the next urgent confronting issue is the development of curriculum auspiciously matching with modern trends.
Obviously the government alone can't meet the challenge unless the private sector takes initiative. Proudly speaking Marjan Educational Trust has sponsored a network of institutions from tertiary to the university level in Pakistan that is the zenith and culmination of its vision to increasing the literacy ratio in the society. The establishment of Institute of Southern Punjab abbreviated as (I.S.P) in the year 2002 at Multan is a vital and pivotal venture of Marjan educational trust. It is a pioneer chartered Institute in this belt of southern Punjab. It is housed in a purpose-built campus that would cover approximately constructed areas of 60,000 square feet spread over 52 kanal of land which is bench-mark of educational environment. The Institute manages to deliver instructions in the demand led areas of emerging sciences and technology. The Institute in consonance with its charter established the faculty of Management sciences and Social sciences and Humanity. Rich technological development is ubiquitous at every knook and corner of the Institute. In fact education is imparted according to the modern technique and technology blended with Islamic values and indigenous culture and tradition found here. Islamic traditions towards learning are very liberal indeed and are best illustrated by Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) saying "Seek knowledge even if thou hast to go to china"
We are committed to providing unique quality of education as would lead to excellence not only in this world but also in the world here after. We believe that modern methods and approaches must be deployed to motivate the students to rise their self-actualization ability:
I wish that the Institute of Southern Punjab (I.S.P) may progress by leaps and bounds.