The University of Loralai have its own administrative structure to manage its day-to-day operations and academic activities. The administration include key officials responsible for various functions and services within the university.

  1. Vice-Chancellor: The Vice-Chancellor is the highest-ranking official in the university’s administrative hierarchy. They are responsible for the overall management, academic leadership, and strategic planning of the institution.
  2. Pro Vice-Chancellor: The Pro Vice-Chancellor assists the Vice-Chancellor in their duties.
  3. Registrar: The Registrar oversees student admissions, academic records, registration, and other administrative tasks related to students’ academic journey.
  4. Treasurer: The Treasurer manages the university’s finances, budgeting, and financial planning.
  5. Deans and Directors: Deans are responsible for specific faculties or departments, while Directors may oversee various centers or institutes within the university.
  6. Controller of Examinations: The Controller of Examinations organizes and manages the university’s examination process.
  7. Librarian: The Librarian oversees the university library and its resources.
  8. Heads of Departments (HoDs): HoDs lead individual academic departments and are responsible for faculty, curriculum, and research initiatives.

The University of Loralai’s administration work collaboratively to ensure the smooth functioning of academic programs, student services, faculty support, and infrastructure development. They also handle issues related to university policies, student grievances, and community engagement.