Muzaffargarh is a city in southwestern Punjab located on the bank of Chenab River. It is capital city of Muzaffargarh district and it was founded in 1794 by the Governor of Multan, Nawb Muzaffar Khan. Muzaffargarh means “Fort of Muzaffar” because the old town lies inside the walls of a fort built by Nawab Muzaffar Khan of Multan. Muzaffargarh spreads over an area of 8249 km2 and forms a strip between the Chenab River on its east and Indus River on its west. It is one of the oldest districts of Punjab and is famous for sweet mangoes and nuts, wheat, cotton and sugarcane. The closest major city is Multan. The area around the city is a flat, alluvial plain and is ideal for agriculture, citrus and mango farming.
Punjab College, Muzaffargarh is a peaceful distinctive education institution which will cater to the needs of the talented students of the area who are known for their good and loving nature. Concept based teaching supported by Audio-visual aids at the campus will make the students more confident for further studies in professional colleges. Practices in spoken English, laboratory demonstrations and class presentations will prepare the youth of Muzaffargarh to touch the academic excellence envisioned by the charter of the Punjab Group of colleges. Comfortable class rooms, well equipped laboratories, good transport facilities and the patronage of the qualified teaching staff make all the differences from other institutions. Being fully aware of the importance of sports and co-curricular activities, the college management encourages its students to participate for complete grooming necessary to meet the future challenges.