Religious Society of The University of Faisalabad organized All Pakistan Intervarsity Qiraat and Naat competitions (for females) on November 16, 2017. Students from different Universities of Pakistan participated in these competitions. Prof Dr Abdul Majeed, Rector TUF was the chief guest while Prof Dr Hazoor Ahmad Sabir from GC University Faisalabad was guest of honour.
Prof Arif Siddiqi, Qari Muhammad Khan Chishti, Qari Habib Naeemi and Ms Gul Hooria President Naat Club, University of Agriculture were the judges.
The results were as follows:
First: Tayyaba Batool, Government College Women University, Faisalabad
Second: Ambreen Jabbar, Riphah University, Faisalabad
Third: Hafiza Saleeqa, University of Sargodha, Sargodha
First: Rida Farooq, Government College Women University, Faisalabad
Second: Sundus, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad
Third: Soghat Saleem, University of Sargodha, Sargodha
The winners were awarded cash prizes, university mementos and certificates.
ORIC, TUF organized a workshop on “Students ‘Assessment and Evaluation” in Health Sciences Campus on November 11, 2017. Prof Dr Sadaqat Mehdi, former Rector, Virtual University Lahore was the facilitator.
Student’s assessment and evaluation forms a very important component of the learning process. Fair, accurate and effective evaluation of students’ knowledge and skills is an element that needs to be imported and implemented by a teacher to maintain high quality of education.
Prof Dr Sadaqat focused on such areas as the style of question paper, components of a balanced and effective assessment. He also stressed on issues related to impartiality of a teacher towards all students in the examination and assessment of their knowledge. The session was well-attended by the faculty members of TUF and UMDC.
School of Arabic and Islamic Sciences conducted a seminar to commemorate the death anniversaries of Hazrat Imam Nisaai (RA), Hazrat Malik bin Dinaar (RA) and Hazrat Shah Abdul Lateef Bhataee (RA). The programs held in Health Sciences Campus on November 8, 2017. Speaking to audience, the students of MA Islamic Sciences threw light on the important role of these great personalities of Islamic history in spreading Islam. In their speeches, the students provided a deep insight to the life, practices and teachings of these personalities
To acknowledge the great services rendered by Dr Allama Muhammad Iqbal (RA) in creation of our homeland and to enlighten ideology of Islam among our youth, TUF Dramatic and Literary societies organized a program in context of “Iqbal day” on November 9, 2017.
Prof Dr Shahida Yousaf, Head Department of Urdu literature, Government College Women University
Faisalabad was the chief guest. Students delivered speeches and participated in intra-university skit competition to mark the day. In skit competition, students from Doctor of Optometry got first position, School of Pharmacy stood second while Rehabilitation Sciences remained third.
Dr Shahida in her address to the students threw light on the Philosophy of Allama Muhammad Iqbal (RA) in the light of teachings of Holy Quran and Iqbal’s great services for the Muslim Ummah.
He also praised efforts of the university in providing such platform to students for broadcasting their talents and illuminating the theory of Iqbal (RA). Prof Dr Faqir Hussain, Dean Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences was also present on the occasion.
Winners were given prizes for their active participation.
The international day of radiology was observed by School of Radiology in Health Sciences Campus on November 8, 2017. The event held with the aim of building greater awareness of the value that radiology contributes to safe patient care and improving understanding of the vital role radiologists play in the healthcare continuum. The theme of the event was ‘Emergency Radiology’. Guest Speaker Prof Dr Asim Shaukat from Allied Hospital Faisalabad spoke on the role and scope of the field of radiology in the country. “This year’s theme ‘Emergency radiology’ is to highlight the essential role that radiologists play in the emergency room, increasing the quality of care and treatment of patients “. Prof Dr Asim Shaukat said. Dr Nayab Ali, Head School of Radiology also addressed seminar.
A seminar commemorating death anniversary of Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh (R.A) was organized on 8th Nov, 2017 in engineering campus, The University of Faisalabad. This spiritual and informative event highlighted the teachings of great saint of Islam was conducted under the auspicious of religious society and School of Arabic and Islamic studies. Prof Dr. Abdul Majeed Rector of the Tuf presided over the event. Dr. Muhammad Ramzan Enlighten the teachings of Hazrat Data Ganj Bakhsh (R.A). The seminar ended with Darood o Salam.
A three day symposium APES(All Pakistan Electrical Symposium) 2017 organized by the institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) at the University of Engineering and Technology (UET) Lahore.
The event comprised of technical workshop by technology sector representatives and talks by international speakers on Internet of Things (IoT) for industrial automation and smart metering.
Pro-Rector The University of Faisalabad Prof. Dr Zaheer J. Paracha, HOD Electrical Engineering Awais Ahmad Cheema and other faculty members were invited in the event. Students of Electrical Engineering with IEEE-TUF team also participated in the event.
Community Services Society of TUF in collaboration with department of Community Medicine, UMDC and Schools of Radiology and Rehabilitations Sciences, TUF conducted a seminar on “Breast Cancer Awareness” in Health Sciences Campus on November 6, 2017. It aimed to create awareness amongst the people.
Guest speaker Dr Rafshan Sadiq, Clinical Oncologist from PINUM Faisalabad in her address told that breast cancer is one of the major cancers affecting every one in eight women in Pakistan.
She delivered a very informative lecture on the causes, prevention and treatment of the fatal disease.
Later, Dr Rafshan Sadiq also led an awareness walk from University Campus to Madinah Teaching Hospital actively participated by faculty members and students.
The School of Nutrition and Dietetics yet again set a benchmark by coming up with an innovative idea. This time, students of DND decided to work for charity and chose a healthy way to fundraise money.
They celebrated World Sandwich day on November 3, 2017. Students put up stalls offering variety of healthy sandwiches prepared by them.
It aimed at not only providing awareness about the healthy alternatives to junk food but helping those people with food and money who are deprived of the basic necessities of life. Guests of honour, Ms Zahida Maqbool, Additional Registrar and Mr Hamid Nawaz Sheikh, Controller Examination acknowledged the effort that was put into making this event successful.