Chief Executive Message

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is Chief.Ex_.jpgJinnah Muslim Law College is situated at Park Road, Chak Shahazd, Islamabad, one of the most beautiful Capital cities of the world. JMLC is a sister organization of Jinnah Muslim College of Commerce Islamabad, Muslim Law College Rawalpindi, Jinnah Islamia College of Commerce Rawalpindi under the leadership of Honorable Prof. Dr. Muhammad Bashir Goraya.

JMLC provides good learning environment , academic success and quality teaching. It is a teaching institution, which puts a clear emphasis upon positively helping students to pass their examinations.

The college faculty comprises well qualified and experienced academic staff. We ensure that the quality of our teaching remains high in variety of ways including annual appraisals, the course committee system and various student feedback mechanisms. Our teaching strategies are designed to ensure that our students succeed. Our staff adopts an “Open Door” policy and there is emphasis on individual attention.

The law education being provided by this institution not only meets the present day requirements but also helps students to compete in the market. The college has rich library. The college is being run by highly experienced management and dedicated faculty members.

Suggestions of the students and parent to improve the standard and quality of education and institution are welcomed.

Chief Executive :   Muhammad Nawaz Akhtar (M.Com)  0312-5265737

Principal Message

There are so many points and lot of things about when you start looking admission in colleges. The purpose of this publication is to help you in this regard. Jinnah Muslim Law College is the institution which offers you the kind of strong professional program that’s so important for your career, in a peaceful and attractive location, at a cost that is well below than that of other such institutions of the area.

                                                  All our programs are geared to encourage students to develop self-discpline and independent judgment
and to react effectively to the pressure they will have to face in future. We invite the committed candidates to pursuing well-determined goals to explore the challenge of our programs. Meeting these programs as our law graduates experience them is effective preparation of the reality, which tomorrow’s leaders will face.

I pay my special congratulations to Mr. Muhammad Nawaz Akhtar, The Chief Executive who dedicated himself in the global and competitive village of education.

Hafiz Ghulam Abbas (LL.M)

The City

                    Islamabad is the Capital of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The city was built between 1960 – 1970 to replace Karachi as the capital. The idea of the national capital of Islamabad was conceived by President Ayub Khan (1907–1974). Karachi had been the capital because it was Pakistan’s commercial center, but it was not considered an appropriate administrative center due to many issues and therefore a planned city became a necessity.

                         Before this it was just a small village, a part of which still exists with its mud houses and typical village life. Islamabad is a city of modern architecture. Today Pakistan’s new Capital ISLAMABAD nestles against the backdrop of the Margala Hills and offers a very
healthy climate, pollution free atmosphere, plenty of water and lush green area that are not part of any other city in Pakistan. It is a modern and well planned city with green belts, large houses elegant public buildings and well-organized markets and shopping places. Initially there were rarely crowds or traffic jams and few narrow lanes or slums; however with the increase in population these problems started to emerge in this city and immediately measures were taken by federal Government to get on top of these. Projects like widening of roads, building under passes, bridges were inaugurated back in 2005 by the existing Federal Government. The walkways of Islamabad shaded & safe and separated from the traffic by rows of flame trees. Roses, Jasmines & a broad variety of flowers fill the parks and scenic viewpoints shoe the city to its best

                     There are some great examples of modern buildings in Islamabad. The roads are wide and lined with grass& roses. The city is divided into several residential & commercial areas.

1. Blue area
2. Jinnah Super Market
3. Aabpara Market
4. Daman-E-Koh
5-Golra Sharif
-Bari Maam
-Jinnah Sports Complex
-Liaquat Gymnasium
-Margalla Cricket Ground
-Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium
-Islamabad Club Golf Course
-Yachting Facility At Rawal Lake
-Islamabad Club Tennis Courts
-Pakistan Museum
-Islamabad Museum
-Lok Virsa
-Margalla Hills
-Islamabad Zoo
-Shaker Parrian
-Rawal Lake
-Lotus Lake
-Murree Hills
-Khanpur Dam Lake
-Simli Dam Lake