History

The history of Quaid-e-Azam Group of Colleges tracked back to 1987, with the establishment of Quaid-e-Azam Law College, the first private sector law institute in Lahore. Discerning the cumulative demand from the society for sovereign & splendid law education, these Colleges bifurcated to several cities of Punjab. The law college now has its campuses in Sargodha established in 1998 followed by another campus in Okara in 2002. Last but not least the group observed the establishment of Quaid-e-Azam College of Accountancy and Commerce in the year 2004. In only four years, this institute emerged as a specialized educational center, training individuals as successful professionals and treasured citizens.

By 2004, four campuses had been established with more than 15000 graduates at its list and these collectively became known as ‘The Quaid-e-Azam Group of Colleges’. Since commencement, QCAC has played a major role in developing learning that would provide students, wishing to study in the private sector not only a wider choice, but excellence in erudition and instruction has always been one of the main aspiration of the QGC. We firmly believe that the first and foremost obligation of an educational institute is to produce citizens who will be bellwethers of the future.Consequently QGC provides basis for the professional excellence to one and all. We continue to be at the forefront of country’s academia and continue to strive to produce excellent graduates in Business, Social Sciences & Law.