Peshawar University in Peshawar
Peshawar University is a communal division university in the town of Peshawar, Pakistan; the university was established in October 1950 by Liaquate Ali Khan, who was the 1st Prime Minister of Pakistan. That was founded in the year of 1913 as a subsidiary to Islamic College Peshawar and it consists of in total six faculties with four centers, forty postgraduate departments, two centers of brilliance, three high schools and four colleges. The campus population is about 20,000, and there are different sub departments of education amongst which Computer Science and Psychology are best studies courses in the university. There are research as well as management Institute with the university which varies to different skills and interests of the students. Law College studious are linked to the University of Norway because Oslo has the Environmental Law which is similar to the Division. There are many Seminars, conferences and workshops conducted for the enhancement of Quality education.