Opening Ceremony - FJWU Organized 2nd International Multidisciplinary Graduate Conference


Rawalpindi: ( ) Fatima Jinnah Woman University, the Department of Education organized the 2nd Multidisciplinary Graduate Conference on September 28-29, 2018. This conference will provide a forum to research scholars to become a part of the larger scholarly community and broaden their local/national networks.

Opening Remark given by Associate Professor / Chairperson Dr. Sarwat Rasul said Graduate Conference are the traditions and routine practice in many universities across the global. The purpose is to provide a forum to research scholars to present their immature work and get ideas and suggestions for further improvement. The department of education FJWU took the initiative and started the tradition of holding multidisciplinary graduate is wonderful experience of listening research ideas of scholars from different discipline like business, administration, economics, English, gender studies, environmental sciences, Islamic studies and many more.
Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Samina Amin Qadir inaugurated the ceremony and said FJWU always endeavoured to promote healthy debate on pertinent issues which are the need of the hour. It has placed the highest value on academic research in order to promote a culture of critical thinking that could also become the guiding spirit for me effectively formulation at our national and international level. I feel proud to mention here that FJWU, since its inception in December 1998 has always encouraged activities that are of significant importance to the society for its positive development.
Total eighty four (84) participants was participated in this conference, out of which twenty five (25) participants was presented through poster and fifty nine (59) was given oral presentations. One (1) speaker will speak from USA through Skype.

The keynote speech given by Professor Dr. Saiqa Imtiaz Asif, Chairperson, Department of English, BZU Pakistan said that Quality research in higher education is primarily a core academic issue, but has also important crosscutting (social, political, economic and technological) implications. I would expect the participants to use the skills they have learnt here and it is now vital for you to spread the message when you are back in your departments.
Poster presentations and oral presentations was part of session.


Posted on Sep 30, 18 | 4:31 am