The Official Team logo Of Islamic University Bahawalpur

The Official Team logo Of Islamic University Bahawalpur

The Official Team logo Of Islamic University Bahawalpur

Unveiling the emblem of strength, unity, and athletic prowess!

Introducing the official logo of the IUB STAGS at Islamia University Bahawalpur, Pakistan. 🏰 Thrilled to announce our partnership with IUB, marked by a Memorandum of Understanding for the commercialization of University sports. 🤝🎉

Founded in 1925 as Jamia Abbasia, Islamia University of Bahawalpur evolved into a chartered university in 1975. With 5 campuses, 129 departments, and 300+ disciplines, it adapts to modern needs. Boasting 1,800 faculty members, including 550 PhDs, IUB covers diverse fields from religious affairs to sports sciences. Recognized for its values – Tolerance, Honesty, Eco-friendliness, Innovation, Understanding, and Beneficial impact. Globally ranked 1001+ in Times Higher Education, excelling in Sustainable Development Goals. Leading in research, it scores 100% in the HEC Online Education Readiness Dashboard. Providing quality education to 80,000 students with campuses in Bahawalnagar and Rahim Yar Khan since 2005. 🌟

Rooted in ancient societies, Bahawalpur State was once part of the Mughal Empire’s Multan province. Holding remnants of the Indus Valley civilization and Buddhist sites. Established in 1748, the city thrived as a trade hub between Afghanistan and central India. Facing challenges, Bahawalpur’s ruling family sought refuge in Derawar Fort, successfully repelling further assaults. Emerging as a princely state in 1802 under Nawab Mohammad Bahawal Khan II. Bahawalpur provided refuge during Sikh attacks, signing a treaty with the British in 1833, ensuring independence and autonomy. A sanctuary amid regional turmoil, embodying stability. 🏰🌄

Celebrate the fusion of education and sports in the historic city of Bahawalpur! 🎓🏆

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