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3 Pakistani universities ranked in World’s biggest universities

LAHORE: In the ranking of World’s biggest universities on basis of number of students, three Pakistani universities have also made their way.

According to the report made by Jang Development Reporting Cell, among the 62 universities listed in ranking 57 are public while 5 are private. Report has been compiled through several sources and universities enrolling 1 lac students or exceeding it are considered in this report.

In the report, three Pakistani universities have made their way and they are Allama Iqbal Open University, Punjab University, and University of Karachi.

Further details are given below,

Indira Gandhi National Open University, 35 lac students.

Bangladesh National University, 20 lac 97 thousand students

Anadolu University (Turkey), 19 lac 74 thousand students

Islamic Azad University (Iran), 16 lac 13 thousand students

Allama Iqbal Open University, 13 lac 27 thousand students

Payame Noor University (Iran), 8 lac 18 thousand students

Bangladesh Open University, 6 lac 50 thousand students

Universitas Terbuka (Indonesia), 6 lac 46 thousand students

Tribhuvan University (Nepal), 6 lac 4 thousand students

University of Mumbai, 5 lac 49 thousand students

Furthermore, on 18th number stands Pakistan’s Punjab University having 4 lac 50 thousand students. Whereas on 40th rank, comes Jamia Karachi, the public sector university established in 1951 having 1 lac 74 thousand students.