Quality Enhancement is espoused as a major function of UCP since 2012, in its continued efforts to inculcate a culture of governance to abide by all relevant rules and regulations while promoting transformative change. Every internal and external stakeholder is encouraged to participate in the advancement and enhancement of the quality assurance system at UCP.
The vision of our Chairman Board of Governors, Mr Mian Amer Mehmood is to “become an internationally acclaimed University in teaching and research” – an inclusive learning environment which is supportive of aspirations of all students and the needs of our society.
In pursuance of this vision, UCP has given priority to Quality Education. In fact, nine years after its inception, QEC has taken steps towards recognition from international accreditation bodies and has become a member of the Asia Pacific Quality Network (APQN). UCP’s quality initiatives are not limited to the HEC’s vision of establishing Quality Enhancement Cells. We also participate in Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) Regional Ranking and have memberships of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the Association of Management Development Institutions in South Asia (AMDISA), Washington Accord, SAP University Alliance, Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) as well as the recently awarded international membership of the University Alliance of the Silk Road (UASR).
One of the external Quality Assurance frameworks at UCP is the HEC Institutional Performance Evaluation (IPE), based on a three-year cycle, which is a thorough review of the university’s procedures for the management of quality and standards and focused on the institution’s strategic management of quality enhancement. UCP’s most recent IPE (June 2021) confirms that the University, in compliance to HEC guidelines, has effective arrangements for managing academic standards and the student learning experience.

Ms. Mehr Jabeen Agha
Director QEC