Friday, May 25, 2018
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Brookes hospital for animals in Pakistan and CVS&AH, AWKUM collaboration continued to benefit DVM students in up-to-date equine practices. In this connection, a second workshop for the students of DVM was organized at the campus. The workshop was organized by Dr Fazle Rabbani, Dr Naimatullah Khan and Dr Sadeeq ur Rahman of the College of veterinary sciences & Animal husbandry, Abdul Wali Khan University on May 14, 2018 entitle “HORSE SHOEING AND SOUNDNESS". The Guest Speaker of the workshop Dr. Ikram Ullah Khan Veterinary officer, Brooke Hospital, Islamabad attended the programme along with Mr Aziz Farrier, Brook hospital.
The speaker delivered a comprehensive lecture on importance of Equine Foot and various ailments related with foot. They also performed practical demonstration on hoof care such as Trimming, Shoeing, and Nailing using various Farriers and shoeing Kits. As part of the DVM curriculum, Students of DVM 8th semester got hands on practices on hoof trimming, shoeing and nailing etc. At the end, the chief guest and Principal CVS&AH Dr Sadeeq ur Rahman thanked the resources persons and continuous support from Brookes hospital for animals-Pakistan. It was told that a MoU for future collaboration will soon be signed between CVS&AH and Brookes hospital for animals-Pakistan.
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Department of Sociology, AWKUM Timergara Campus, in collaboration with the population welfare department lower dir, organized a daylong workshop on “growing population and planning”. Faculty members, students and employees of the population welfare department participated in the workshop. Acting chairman department of sociology Mr. Zia-ul-Islam, welcomed the guests and appreciated the efforts of organizers. District population welfare officer Mr. Muhammad Basit Seed presented cross country analysis on the demographic situation of world and Pakistan and spread light on the domain and responsibilities of population welfare department. He said that proper planning is being made in developed countries while keeping in view their population growth. They also emphasized on the hurdles caused by overpopulation in provision of education, health and entertainment facilities.
Chairman department of management sciences Mr. Nadeem-ul-Haq elaborated that over population in Pakistan is hindering the equal distribution of resources. It needs the hour to control the birth rate and keep proper interval in children. He emphasized on the use of mix strategy of two well known approaches, “clinical approach” & “extension approach”, combination of which can changed the scenario dramatically.
Guest speakers also stressed on educating the millions of illiterate rural people towards family planning. The continuations of social and psychological barriers which block the efforts of “promoting family planning” are needed to be reconciled. Emphasis must be given to educating and motivating young couples toward birth spacing well before they marry. Voluntary organizations can help in motivating the public and raising the awareness in masses about the dangers of overpopulation.
Monday, May 21, 2018
Dr. Ilyas Khan, Assistant Professor, Department of Law has published one research paper title "Conceptual Approach to Trafficking of Children for Domestic Work" in (Pakistan Journal of Criminology, Vol. 10, Issue 1, January 2018 (55-66), (HEC "Y" Category)
Dr. Irfan Khattak and Dr. Tahir Usman, Assistant Professors (CVS&AH) Conducted Training Workshop at Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar
One Day Hands on Training Workshop on EndNote was conducted in Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University Peshawar dated May 04, 2018. Dr. Irfan Khattak and Dr. Tahir Usman, Assistant Professors of the College of Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, AWKUM were the resource persons of the workshop. More than 50 students and faculty members of the university attended the said workshop. Chief Guest, Prof. Dr. Razia Sultana Vice Chancellor of SBBWU Peshawar appreciated and thanked the resource persons and requested to conduct a second series of the workshop for those who missed the registration due to limited number of slots. The Vice Chancellor Dr. Razia Sultana and the workshop coordinator Dr. Sadia Butt presented the shields to the organizers and the resource persons and distributed certificates amongst all the participants of the workshop.
Muhammad Sohail Alam Khan, Lecturer, Department of Economics, Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan delivered an oral presentation of a research paper “Impact of Money Supply on Aggregate Demand in Pakistan” at 1st National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Pakistan Economy; Socio-Economic Challenges and Opportunities” held on April 25-27, 2018, organized by Department of Economics, Abbottabad University of Science and Technology, Abbottabad, KP, Pakistan.