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GCUF Admission 2023 is announced in different disciplines, BS Programs, BSc Hons, undergraduate, MSc Hons, postgraduate, MS Programs, M.Phil, and Ph.D. in both Science and Arts Groups. The last date for submission of applications in all programs is 24th August 2023.
All the applicants are directed to Apply for Online GCUF Admission in all fields. Any other way to apply is not acceptable. University will not responsible for that kind of submission other than online submission. All the data regarding fee structure, registration, online application method, and different disciplines-related information is available on gcuf.edu.pk and pecbiseresult.com. New admissions are started in all the subjects at this university.
GCUF was established as a school in 1897 at the present place of the building. The university got High school and College gradation in 1905 and 1924 respectively. The university was granted the status of a university in 2023. The GCUF is working efficiently and produced a lot of educated and professional and skilled personalities from the start to till.
The city of Faisalabad carried out a census in March 1981 which showed the population of Faisalabad city as 1,092,000, which indicates that the growth rate of Faisalabad city is only 3.37 percent per annum. In April 1981 the survey was carried out again which recorded the population to 1,232,000 which made the growth rate approximately 4.6%. Given this growth rate, the population at the end of 1981 was estimated to be 1,240,000.
A PricewaterhouseCoopers study released in 2009, surveying the 2008 GDP of the top cities in the world, calculated Faisalabad’s GDP (PPP) at $14 billion. The city was third behind Karachi ($78 billion) and Lahore ($40 billion). Faisalabad’s GDP is projected to rise to $87 billion in 2025 at a growth rate of 5.7%, higher than the growth rates of 5.5% and 5.6% predicted for Karachi and Lahore.
The textile industry of Faisalabad constitutes more than 65% of the textile export market of Pakistan, which itself forms 58% of total exports from Pakistan. This makes Faisalabad’s share of total exports from Pakistan more than 40%. Faisalabad district is un-parallel in its agricultural productivity. The area grew in importance as the grain belt of Punjab. Prosperous towns and villages sprung up in the wake of colonization. The Kharif crops are Maize, Rice, Sugarcane, and Bajra. The Rabi crops are wheat, barley gram, and berseem. , there are also Zaid Kharif and Zaid Rabi crops.
Zaid Kharif crops are toria, Raya, and Carson. Faisalabad district is famous for its fruit production also. The important fruits are kino, Malta, fruiter, mango, and guava, falsa are also grown. The total area under fruit orchards is 34,517 acres.
Cricket, The most popular sport in Pakistan, is the most popular sport in the city. It is played anywhere a city dweller will find a large piece of land. It is played in the narrow by-lanes of the city. Night-time cricket can be seen at weekends when people play brightly lit matches on less-traversed city streets, disused construction sites, parks, and several grounds in the district.
The oldest and only venue for international cricket matches is Iqbal Stadium. The Faisalabad Wolves, Faisalabad’s local team, are based at this venue and often regional matches are played throughout the spring season which draws in plenty of crowds such as the Faysal Bank T20 Cup. The ground hosted matches for the 1987 Cricket World Cup as well as the 1996 Cricket World Cup.