Clubs & Societies

 

With a view to providing healthy outlets, the following clubs and societies have been formed.

Students Council:
We believe education is not influx of information, but more about imparting values and ideals that make our students’ personality complete. Backed with experience in education and knowing the real meaning of education, we are striving to make individuals one can feel proud of. Without instilling the spirit of tolerance, compassion and commitment we can not prepare our students for future, which is bound to be tumultuous. Dogmatism is the deadly enemy of education which must meet the challenges of 21st century.

The Directorate of Students Affairs has chalked out a comprehensive strategy to utilize the potential of youth. This step would provide the younger generation with opportunities to express their talents and abilities, creating a healthy environment which would promote the culture of tolerance and moderation.

Youth would be encouraged to come forward and play their role in nation building and progress of the country. Youth is the most important section of a society. The main objective is to eliminate the sense of deprivation and hopelessness among our youth.

The Directorate is striving hard to involve the youth in healthy activities by organizing different game competitions, festivals, rallies and creative programmes within the University.

In order to discuss the students’ related problems and find out their solution, a student council has been established in the Directorate, to provide a forum to the students for mutual discussion. The student’s council comprises the first position holder’s students from different disciplines and officials of the Directorate of Students Affairs.
           
Literary Society:

Literature is artistic aspect of life which provides insight into various cultural dimensions. In order  to  promote talent  and  developing  the  personality of  the  students a “ Literary Society”  has been  established  in the Directorate  of Students Affairs to provide a forum to the  students  to give vent to their  views, perceptions and  experiences. The selection of the office bearers is made on merit based on written test.

Debating Society:

Keeping in view the performance of the students and the recommendations of the departments, on February 02, 2005 the Directorate of Students Affairs nominated Miss Tayba Tallat (Chemistry) Miss Lala Rukh azad, Miss Komal Akber Boukhari (Economics), Mr. Irfan Qasim and Raja Junaid (Computer Science & IT), Mr. Majid Mahmood and Mr. Muhammad Azam (Zoology), Mr. Bilal Ahmed, (Art and Design) Mr. Abdul Waheed, Miss Zabkhia and  Mr. Asad Hafeez (English) Mr. Shahid Ahmed Khan and Mr. Tariq Aziz, (Physics) Mr. Haq Nawaz Mughal,  Mr. Muhammad Waheed  Akhter, Mr. Mehfooz-ur-Rehman, Mr. Afzal Gulzar ( Geology) Zibaz  Sarwar  and Mr. Ishfaq Kazmi (Law) for Debating Society at main campus.

 

Culture Dramatic and Environment Society:

Dramatic activities help develop understanding of various dimensions of culture. To sensitize students to what is happening around them; Environment Society has been set up.

Media Club

Keeping in view the growing importance of media, the Media Club aims to foster objectivity to react to media onslaught and provide a forum where student can share their views and ideas on the developments taking place around the globe.

Adventure Club:

The young university students are hyperactive and charged with energy. To supplement academic activities, adventurous engagements such as hiking, sailing, tracking etc. are organized under the Adventure Club. Through these activities, personality traits like collectivism, co-operation, and healthy competition are fostered.

Art and Design Society:

To preserve the rich cultural heritage and create general awareness among the masses, Art Society is formed to help learn and polish the art of calligraphy, painting, and drawing.

Sports Society

Adhering to the principle “a healthy mind lives in a healthy body” Sports Society is established which is devoted to organizing all sorts of sporting activities such as football, cricket, badminton, table tennis etc. Another benefit expected to fall out is preparing the athletes to represent the university in inter-university games competition.

    


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