Lahore College of pharmaceutical sciences is the first private institution of pharmacy education in Pakistan which is inspected, recognized and approved by the pharmacy council of Pakistan in 1997. (Pharmacy act, 1967, section 17(1), 18(1) & (2) and 19(1) & (2) The Lahore College of Pharmaceutical Sciences is situated at Lahore-Raiwind Road at about 18km. The site is away from the hassles of the city environment and is placed amid the agricultural vicinity around Lahore. The road to the college is a two way beautifully carpeted one and the college of pharmacy is situated along the main road. Private vans and buses are quite frequent, so there is no problem of transport as such. The building is specifically constructed for the purpose of an academic institution. The total area of the campus is about 70,000 Sq.Ft. and the covered area of the building is about 15,000 Sq.Ft. Sufficient area around the building is specified as lawns and sports field. The building consists of Administrative Offices, Basic Medical Sciences Labs, Pharmaceutical Chemistry Labs, Pharmaceutics Labs, Pharmacogonosy Lab, Microbiology Lab, Physical Pharmacy Lab, Industrial Pharmacy Lab, Gymnasium, Kinesiology Lab, Computer Lab, Library, Balance Rooms, Common-Room for girls, afeteria and Praying Area. The laboratories are fully equipped with latest instruments, which are required in the teaching of pharmaceutical sciences.  

FOUNDER LCPS
Prof. Dr. Naim A Muzaffar (late) (Father of Pharmacy)
B. Pharm (King Edward Medical College Lahore -1957)
M. Pharm ( University of Philippines – 1963)
Ph. D (University of Mississippi – 1973)

Out of his 37 years of teaching pharmacy, the last 15 years involved around a constant dream of having a private institute of Pharmacy Education. The dream was based on the tragedy of thousands of young college graduates being

deprived of professional education regardless of their high marks. Thanks Almighty Allah that the dream came true with the foundation of LCPS in 1997.

Dr. Naim was awarded, by Federation of Asian Pharmaceutical Association (FAPA) in 1988 which was given at 10th FAPA congress in Bali, Indonesia for his outstanding contributions to pharmacy and pharmaceutical education Dr. Naim had been legendary part of College of Pharmacy, University of the Punjab for 45 years. Dr. Naim also had been member of different Government bodies, Universities and different societies;
1 – National Formulary Committee
2 – Pakistan Pharmacopoeia Committee
3 – Member of Drug Registration and Licensing Board
4 – Drug Advisory Committee
5 – Provincial Quality Control Board
6 – National Council for Tibb
7 – Member of Study Group on Pharmacy Education
8 – University Grants Commission Islamabad
9 – Member of Board of Studies of University of Sindh, BZU, Multan and Islamia University Bahawalpur .
10 – Member, board of studies Department of Pharmacy, Gomal University D.I.Khan 1984
11 – Member board of studies Department of Pharmacy, Balouchistan University, Quetta 1982-84, 88
12 – Member board of studies, Faculty of Pharmacy, Punjab University, Lahore 1984
13- Member, disciplinary committee, Punjab University, Lahore 1988
14 – Member, unfair means committee, Punjab University, Lahore 1978
15 – Vice-president, Academic Staff Association, Punjab University Lahore 1979-81
16 – Member, Punjab University Senate 1980-82
17 – Technical expert for selection board of B.Z.U, Multan and Gomal University, DI Khan.
18 – President, Academic staff Association ,Punjab University, Lahore 1981-82
19 – General Secretary, Punjab University Pharmaceutical Society 1963-65
20 – Advisory Students , Faculty of Pharmacy Punjab University, Lahore 1974 85
21 – Member Editorial Board Journal of Pharmacy, Punjab University, Lahore 1981-1989

We are “First Mover”in private institutions of Pharmacy; we are gradually offering different course related to Health Sciences as well. Lahore College of pharmaceutical sciences is the first private institution of pharmacy education in Pakistan which is inspected, recognized and approved by the pharmacy council of Pakistan in 1997.