Nazarat Taleem (Directorate of Education) was created in 1919 as a department of education for Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya. However, the Ahmadiyya Community has been active in the field of education from as early as 1905. The directorate in Qadian, India ran various education institutions. After wards, it established a number of schools and colleges in various parts of Pakistan.
Currently, Nazarat Taleem operates seven schools and three colleges in Rabwah, the headquarters of the Ahmadiyya Community, and 14 schools in other parts of Pakistan.