The Chairman Higher Education Commission (HEC) Javed Leghari said that majority of Pakistan is against the devolution of HEC; government should take the opinion of students through conducting a poll. Addressing an international conference on Monday he said that the devolution of HEC would affect the education sector in Pakistan. He further said that HEC is facing various challenges and in order to resolve them a collective effort is needed. The matter of HEC devolution has spread disappointment amongst the student community. He declared that all the government and private universities have protested against the devolution of HEC, its devolution would directly affect the higher education sector in the country. The performance of HEC is in front of the whole nation and the whole world is parsing HEC. In the history of Pakistans history Quaid-I-Azam University for the very first time has been included in the list of worlds best universities which is surly a matter of pride for Pakistan, he said. The matter of HECs devolution is currently under trial in Supreme Court of Pakistan. The Supreme Court should resolve this matter considering the national interest. As the judiciary is free and can freely implement its decisions, he added.