The Provost and the Deans of all five schools at LUMS form the Vice Chancellor's Council and advise on all policies and strategic aspects of life at LUMS.
Dr. Tariq M. Jadoon has been a faculty member at LUMS since 2001, and has served in various capacities including Associate Dean Undergraduate Programmes (2007), Registrar (2008-11) Department Chair Electrical Engineering (2016-19).
As the first Registrar at LUMS, he oversaw a complete PeopleSoft Campus Management Implementation.
He is currently the Vice Provost.
Dr. Bhimani holds an undergraduate degree from King’s College London UK and an MBA from Cornell University USA where he was a Fulbright Scholar. He also obtained a PhD from London School of Economics UK.
He is a Chartered Professional Accountant from Canada.
Dr. Ali Khan is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Dean at the Mushtaq Ahmad Gurmani School of Humanities and Social Sciences at LUMS
Dr. Anwar is Professor of Physics, Ahmad Dawood Chair and Dean at the LUMS Syed Babar Ali School of Science and Engineering. He helped establish the physics department at LUMS and was among the principal founders of the School’s experimental facilities and curriculum. He has played an important role in introducing innovative learning tools, mostly revolving around insightful homegrown physics experiments, in Pakistan’s universities.
Dr. Aziz is one of the School’s founding members. She studied law at the University of British Columbia and gained her doctorate from the University of Melbourne Law School. She is an interdisciplinary scholar who has authored major works in constitutional law and history and has taught in the areas of jurisprudence, labor law and constitutional law.
Faisal Bari is an Associate Professor of Economics at LUMS. He is also the Director of Academic Programmes at the School of Education (SOE) at LUMS. His current teaching interests are in the areas of economics of education, game theory, microeconomics and industrial organization. His research interests are also in the same areas. He writes a fortnightly column for the daily Dawn.
Dr. Zehra graduated with a PhD in Facilities Management from the Heriot-Watt University, Scotland as well as an MSc in Construction Project Management. Along with being the Interim Dean of Student Affairs, she is also an Assistant Professor at the Business School. She has the honor of being Founding Director of the Centre for Business and Society. Her research interests lie in project management, urban and business sustainability, especially waste and water management, with a particular interest in related practice and pro-environmental behaviour. She has also conducted research in the areas of renewable energy.