Government College University Hyderabad is one of Pakistan’s oldest and prime educational institutions. Its genesis dates back to 1st October 1917, with the title of “Sindh National Arts College Hyderabad” having been contemplated by the International Theosophical Society. The crucial role in running the International Theosophical Society was played by its second president, Dr Annie Besant, a well-known educationist, orator, and political and social figure of the undivided Indian sub-continent. Another famous figure Dr Ernest Egerton Wood, the secretary to National Educational Trust, continued “National Educational Movement” activities. He appealed through the newspapers for the establishment of new educational institutes in India.