Hyderabad Institute of Arts, Science And Technology | HiAST
Hiast Chartered by Government of Sindh
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    Discipline is our Hallmark
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    "Turkey- An Endless Poem" By: Mr. Zeiynel Yesilay
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News/Events
All Semester Examinations of BSIT Program is scheduled to be held from Saturday 13th September, 2014. | Happy Independence Day | Hyderabad Institute of Arts, Science and Technology (HiAST) will remain closed on Thursday 14th Aug, 2014 on account of Pakistan Independence Day. | Admissions Open in HiAST College for XI and XII | Admissions Open: BBA(Hons), BS-IT and MBA Programs |
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Mission

To equip students with the state-of-the-art knowledge, skills and exposure required to succeed in todays’ global marketplace. As a private non-denominational Institution, HiAST will equip fully and prepare students for holding the reign of the future of the region and the country.

Dr. S.M. Qureshi

Dr. S.M.Qureshi, graduated in Civil Engineering from NED, holds Masters degree in Structural Engineering from SEATO and Ph.D
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The Chairman

He is a former Ambassador of Pakistan to Libya, a former Justice of Higher Court and a former Chairman...
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Vision

HiAST will maintain its tradition and surface as a still higher symbol of quality education with relevance to national needs to be provided to young men and women in the areas it will serve, imbibing in its ambit all the ingredients, tangibles and intangibles, which are pre-requisites for it in order to promote social growth and knowledge-based economic prosperity with special emphasis on proper harnessing and management of available resources.

The Executive Director

Lieutenant Colonel Muhammad Khalid Khan was commissioned in Infantry (24th Battalion the Baloch Regiment) during 1971 war. The officer has held various command and staff appointments in the Army. He is also a graduate of prestigious command and Staff College Quetta. After having played a long inning he retired from the service in December 1999. In recognition of his meritorious service