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University of Lahore Signs the Contract with ICL

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University of Lahore signed a deal with ICL

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University of Lahore (UOL) has an enrollment of more than 35,000 students and 2500 faculty members on board. It has just signed a deal with ICL International Pvt. Ltd. It is about the Huawei surveillance system for its Defense Road Lahore Campus. This is an innovation and technology for educational infrastructure. Many dignitaries from the Technology industry of Pakistan grace the occasion. The executive staff of UOL, Mr. M.A. Raoof (Patron UOL) and Mr. Awais Raoof (Chairman BOG UOL) was also present at the signing ceremony.


The campus is vast, encompassing more than 500 acres, which feature spacious academic buildings, athletic facilities and student dormitories. Dealing with crimes is a big challenge at the university level. The university administration took an initiative to augment its security programme, especially the surveillance cameras.

ICL International (Pvt.) Ltd. is the trusted name to provide the smart IOT solutions in Pakistan, for about 50 years now. It had created a major influential presence, in both the corporate and public sectors.

ICL will provide the solutions for the UOL Campuses at its initial stage, along with other ICT (Information Communication Technology). It is now partnered with UOL to enable it to accomplish the next level of digital revolution.


According to Mr. Usman Malik, Director IT Operations & Strategic Projects UOL, the university plans to install 900 cameras in phase-I. While the close circuit television cameras will install on parking areas and entry/exit points. It will ensure the protection of the students and the faculty members. These cameras will help to deter theft, keeping an eye on anti-social events and to maintain a peaceful atmosphere. The working ties between UOL, Huawei Pakistan and ICL Pakistan will be fully operational in five months. It is an entire process of the establishment of surveillance as well as the infrastructure.

Mr. Aliyu M. Wamakko from Nigeria was also present at the ceremony, who is senator and influential personality in Nigeria. He wish to develope close relationship with Pakistan. Asad Sibtain (CEO-ICL), welcome him.


Asad Sibtain expressed his views about the partnership. “ICL aims at delivering reliable and efficient smart solutions. We are pleased that educational institute like University of Lahore to be transformed into digitally smart campus. ICL witness the rise in digitalisation in Pakistan”. He presented the certificate to Awais Raoof for participation in Huawei ICT Skill Competition Middle East 2017.

Speaking at the occasion, Chairman UOL Awais Raoof stressed on the Universities in Pakistan to provide exposure to the students. He suggested to install the latest technology in the world. He shared his vision of how Universities should change their outlook towards the education and services.

ICL and Huawei have ensured that Enterprise solutions which they deliver to their clients must be resourceful and innovative. Mr. Jeffery, Managing Director Huawei Enterprise said, “Huawei being the largest networking and telecommunications equipment. The consumers always praised the quality of products and services which ICL provides to organisations. As the largest private sector University of Pakistan, UOL has no better time to work on networking”.


Souvenirs distributed among the honourable participants. Mr. Jeffery presented the Excellence Award to Tauseef Ahmed Khan, Country Manager – ICL.

Tauseef A. Khan stated in conclusion note, “ICL has always endeavoured the best Enterprise & Smart solutions to corporate Organisations. With this partnership we will be providing smart surveillance solutions. It will focus upon the provision of distant learning, virtual solutions, video conferencing and many verticals’’.

Resource Person: Amir A. Khan

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