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Annual Report 2008-09

University of Peshawar

NWFP, Pakistan

Annual Report 2008-09

University of Peshawar

N-W.F.P, Pakistan

In the name of ALLAH,

The most Beneficient, the most Merciful

Table of Contents

iii

Exective Summry 6

Vice-Chancellor’s Message 7

Faculties 8

Faculty of Arts and Humanities 8

Department of Anthropology 11

Department of Archaeology 14

Department of History 20

Department of English and Applied Linguistics 25

Department of Philosophy 29

Department of Arts & Design 31

Faculty of Islamic & Oriental Studies 33

Department of Arabic 36

Department of Islamiyat 39

Department of Pashto 41

Department of Persian 44

Department of Seerat Studies 47

Department of Urdu 50

Faculty of Life & Environmental Sciences 55

Centre of Biotechnology 58

Department of Botany 64

Institute of Chemical Sciences 69

Department of Environmental Sciences 87

Department of Geography, Urban & Regional Planning 92

Department of Geology 105

Department of Zoology 111

Department of Pharmacy 116

Faculty of Management and Information Sciences 121

Department of Journalism and Mass Communication 124

Department of Library & Information Sciences 128

College of Home Economics 131

Quaid-e-Azam College of Commerce 144

Institute of Management Studies 148

Faculty of Numerical & Physical Sciences 151

Department of Computer Science 154

Department of Electronics 160

Department of Mathematics 163

Department of Physics 166

Department of Statistics 172

Faculty of Social Sciences 176

Department of Economics 180

Institute of Education and Research 184

Department of International Relations 194

Department of Political Science 199

Law College 204

Department of Psychology 210

Social Development Studies 215

Jinnah College for Women University of Peshawar 225

Materials Research Laboratory 235

Centralized Resource Laboratory 239

Provost Office, University of Peshawar 244

Staff Training Institute, Univeristy of Peshawar 246

Sports Activities 247

Legal Cell Report 250

Students’ Societies 259

Developmental Projects/Scholarships (P&D) 272

Central Library University of Peshawar 274

Directorate of Works Activities 277

Quality Enhancement Cell, University Of Peshawar 279

Academic Section, University of Peshawar 281

Exective Summry

The University of Peshawar being a mother university of the NWFP is catering to the academic needs not only of Peshawar but almost all of the province and Federally Administered tribal Areas also. The highly qualified and trained faculty, student friendly and supportive administration, modern curricula, conducive academic environment and excellent infrastructure are the hallmarks of this University. Its role in political, industrial and government leadership is recognized. The output of this university in the practical life helps in bringing positive changes in the society.

The total regular students enrollment of the University during the year 2008-2009 12,908, including 6,078 at undergraduate, 6,211 Masters, 95 MS, 310 at M.Phil. and 214 at Ph.D. level.

The University continues to support the faculty development program by way of scholarships for higher studies both for inland and abroad categories. During the year 2008-09 three scholars have been recommended for foreign while five for inland category.

The faculty of this University has been making steadily increasing contribution to the research & development, besides teaching and assessment. During the year 2008-09 around 26 journals, 11 books, 53 research papersand, 96 conference papers and 199 publications have been published. The number of conferences organized are 26 and 81 were attended by the faculty members.

Students have been provided with scholarship/fee concession to support their studies. Around 1048 students have benefited from the scholarship opportunities in various faculties.

Students have shown remarkable performance in their academics. They have also been actively engaged in extra-curricular activities. The University of Peshawar grabbed 1st position in volleyball among 53 participating universities whereas, in athletics University got 2nd position among 48 participating universities. In other sports events distinctions have been achieved.

To polish the hidden qualities of students and enhance their creative potentials, University of Peshawar has formed 12 societies. These societies help students to prepare for the future challenges. Each society has its own contribution in their respective areas. Around the year they involve students in constructive activities.

Peshawar University provides on the campus accommodation to the needy students from far flung areas. There are eight hostels for male students while five for female students of the University. Around 4000 students were accommodated on the campus during the year
2008-09.

University of Peshawar has its own Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) that is constantly involved in ensuring enhancement of the academic standards including very high emphasis on controlling plagiarism among the faculty and students. It provides feedback for the quality assurance of various academic programs. The faculty evaluations survey was conducted for the academic session 2008-09 and Self Assessment Reports were received from nine departments. Various MOUs were signed for establishing linkages with foreign universities

Vice-Chancellor’s Message

The information technology revolution has helped tremendously in bringing the world closer to the level of a global village. Under the circumstances, not a single nation can live in isolation. Every nation has to play its role in the well being and uplift of the global community.

In order to fulfill our responsibilities we have to work objectively towards achieving excellence in all spheres of human interactions. This demands giving up our present lethargy and hibernation and adopting high standards of discipline, efficiency, professionalism and integrity at all levels.

We cannot safeguard our national interests unless we change our social conduct and attitude. The present level of our society is a direct out come of our poor human conduct, intolerance, injustice, inequity, incompetent and selfish leadership and lack of foresight on part of those running the state machinery. To this end we have to follow and practice the sacred injunctions in their true spirit, and not merely practice rituals and traditions, in all conceivable human interactions.

It goes without saying that educational institutions provide avenues for foremost social interactions and the university being the highest seats of learning do play its role to produce not only skilled workforce and high quality professionals for the state machinery but also dedicated and selfless leadership capable of moulding destiny of the nation.

In order to assess the progress of the university regarding its functions on providence of services and achievement of its mission, the Annual Report has been prepared not only as a statutory reqirement but to factually highlight its strengths and weaknesses in order to review its policies for optimal performance and for setting a future direction accordingly.

The Annual Report for the academic Session 2007-08 provide a true picture of all the activities undertaken. The report may serve as a guiding post in formulating strategies for the future.

Let me invoke that preparation and presentation of Annual Report is a statutory requirement and must be taken seriously in providing correct and relevant information in time.

In the end, I pray for strength and farsight to work whole heartedly with full devotion and concentration to elevate this Alma matter to a world Class University.

Prof. Dr. Azmat Hayat

Vice-Chancellor

Faculties

For the purpose of achieving academic excellence, the University of Peshawar has been organized on the basis of relevance of academic discipline into six faculties these are (i) Arts & Humanities, (ii) Islamic & Oriental Studies, (iii) Life & Environmental Sciences, (iv) Management and Information Sciences, (v) Numerical and Physical Sciences, and (vi) Social Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Vision

To seek promote and achieve excellence in knowledge-based education and research.

Mission

The mission of the faculty is to produce graduates of high caliber to shoulder future responsibilities. The faculty is striving hard to have trained, qualified and competent teachers and researchers to cope with emerging global developments in all fields of research. The departments and faculty members are encouraged to establish academic links/projects with national/international universities and research institutes for the promotion of education and welfare of the civil society.

Faculty Strength

Department

Teaching Staff

Para-Teaching Staff

Permanent

Contract

Permanent

Contract

Anthropology

3

2

4

1

Archaeology

10

-

12

1

English

8

1

6

1

Arts & Design

6

3

6

1

History

8

1

5

-

Philosophy

6

-

4

-

Total:

41

7

37

4

Faculty Input

Students Enrollment

Department

Bachelor

MA

MSc

M.Phil.

Ph.D.

Anthropology

-

189

-

-

-

Archaeology

-

119

-

3

3

English

-

122

19

10

10

Arts & Design

77

-

-

-

-

History

-

129

-

2

1

Philosophy

-

70

-

9

4

Total:

77

629

19

24

18

Research Projects

Department

Undertaken

Submitted

Anthropology

-

-

Archaeology

4

-

English

4

-

Arts & Design

-

-

History

-

-

Philosophy

-

-

Total:

8

-

Faculty Peruse Higher Qualification

Department

Inland

Abroad

Anthropology

3

-

Archaeology

-

1

English

1

1

Arts & Design

2

-

History

2

-

Philosophy

6

-

Total:

14

2

Own Source Scholarship

Department

Inland

Abroad

Anthropology

-

-

Archaeology

-

-

English

-

-

Arts & Design

-

-

History

-

--

Philosophy

-

-

Total:

-

-

Students Scholarship

Anthropology

30

Archaeology

1

English

5

Arts & Design

7

History

18

Philosophy

2

Total:

63

Visits by Foreign Professor/Scientists

Anthropology

-

Archaeology

-

English

-

Arts & Design

-

History

-

Philosophy

-

Total:

-

Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/Symposia Attended

Department

Workshops

Seminars

Conferences

Symposia

Anthropology

-

-

-

-

Archaeology

-

-

-

-

English

-

-

1

-

Arts & Design

-

-

-

-

History

-

-

3

-

Philosophy

-

-

-

-

Total:

-

-

4

-

Conferences/Workshops/Seminars/Symposia Organized

Department

Workshops

Seminars

Conferences

Symposia

Anthropology

-

-

-

-

Archaeology

-

-

-

1

English

-

-

-

-

Arts & Design

-

-

-

-

History

-

-

1

-

Philosophy

-

-

-

-

Total:

-

-

1

1

Faculty Output

Journals/Books/Monographs/Publications/Projects completed

Department

Journals

Books

Monographs

Publication

Training

Imp.

Rec.

Anthropology

-

-

-

-

-

-

Archaeology

1

2

-

10

-

-

English

1

-

-

3

-

-

Arts & Design

-

-

-

-

-

-

History

-

-

-

7

-

-

Philosophy

-

-

-

-

-

-

Total:

2

2

-

20

-

-



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