NUST is known to be the leading institute of the country and has been included in the top 300 varsities around the globe.

National University of Science and Technology (NUST) is known to be the leading institute of the country. It is recognized by its dynamic vision and it has collected worldwide acknowledgment and esteem. NUST has a quality education, research, advancement, and joint efforts. NUST makes it to the global rankings.

NUST has been included in the top 300 varsities around the globe. This achievement has been supported by NUST’s overall situation in various rankings consistently. The Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Ranking is the main worldwide positioning that evaluates colleges’ effect on society in accordance with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Being a pioneer in Pakistan in adjusting its examination and advancement with the UN SDGs and therefore turning into a really SDGs-connected with college, NUST highlighted as a debut member in THE Impact Rankings 2019 and was positioned in 4 SDGs. Keeping up its upward direction, NUST has now obviously surfaced in each of the 17 SDGs in THE Impact Rankings 2020, including among world top 100, top 200 and top 300 colleges in various SDG classifications, while climbing the general positioning stepping stool from being among 300+ world colleges in 2019 to 200+ in 2020. Upwards of 859 foundations from 89 nations overall were considered during the current year’s rankings.

At the national level, NUST has been positioned first in 4 SDGs and second in 7 SDGs. Nitty-gritty SDG-wise rankings, place NUST among the Top 100 World Universities in 2 SDGs – SDG 4-QUALITY EDUCATION (improved from a year ago’s position among top 200 to current remaining among Top 70) and SDG 12-RESPONSIBLE CONSUMPTION and PRODUCTION (Positioned among Top 80).

One of the flourishing driving forces that have driven the college to accomplish this respect is its firm adherence to quality gauges acknowledged around the world. The entirety of the college’s Engineering programs is certified under the Washington Accord.

NUST positioned among worldwide Top 200 Universities in 4 SDGs – SDG 7-AFFORDABLE and GREEN ENERGY, SDG 8-DECENT WORK, and ECONOMIC GROWTH, SDG 9-INDUSTRY, INNOVATION and INFRASTRUCTURE, and SDG 17-PARTNERSHIPS FOR THE GOALS (improved from a year ago’s position of top 301+).

NUST has additionally positioned among Top 300 World Universities in 6 SDGs – SDG 1-NO POVERTY, SDG 2-ZERO HUNGER, SDG 5-GENDER EQUALITY, SDG 6-CLEAN WATER and SANITATION, SDG 14-LIFE BELOW WATER, and SDG 15-LIFE ON LAND.

It merits referencing that NUST is the principal institute in Pakistan to have built up an application for the mechanized following of 242 Key Performance Indicators (KPIs) of SDGs structure to measure its effect in SDGs, and ceaselessly leads inner mindfulness meetings, drawing in inward and outside partners. Furthermore, to fortify organizations to accomplish SDGs, NUST has become a functioning individual from the US-based Association for the Advanced Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE), the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Solutions Network (SDSN), the SDG Accord, and the United Nations Academic Impact (UNAI).

By Ahsan Ali

A young motivated person, interested in research and bioenterpreneurship in Pakistan.