University of London scholarships for 2009-2010

Applications for scholarships invited
Islamabad, Jan 17: The Open Society Foundation, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust and Royal Holloway, University of London invite applications for scholarships for the academic year 2009-2010.

The scholarships are for one-year taught postgraduate programmes leading to the award of MPhil in broad range of courses and LLM Law including Masters degrees in medical sociology and democracy, politics and governance.

Applicants will be expected to be both nationals as well as residents of Pakistan and the deadline for applications is 30 January 2009.

After completing their scholarship, scholars are expected to return to Pakistan to resume their studies or work here.

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ICU to introduce M Phil, PhD courses
Peshawar: The Islamia College University (ICU) will soon introduce M Phil and PhD courses as part of its development plan.

The decision was taken at a meeting of the chairmen of the departments of various disciplines. ICU Vice-Chancellor Ajmal Khan presided the meeting.

The ICU is already offering BS and MA/MSc degree courses. Members of the faculty at the newly established university said the institution was working on a plan to set up a network of campuses in both NWFP districts and tribal agencies. Bajaur and Waziristan are among the tribal areas where the campuses would be established. They said the university Senate has been constituted and other projects too were taking off.

Meanwhile, the ICU administration assigned additional charge of Khyber Union Hall to Chairman of Pashto Department Prof Abaseen Yousafzai, said a notification issued here. The News

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IJT annual convention from Feb 1
Lahore: The three-day annual convention of Islami Jamiat Talba Pakistan (IJT) will be held in the premises of Government College of Technology, Karachi from February 1. More than 1400 IJT members from across the country will attend the convention and also elect their 'nazim-e-aala' (central president) along with provincial nazims and members of central executive committee for the 2009-10 session. IJT Lahore president Abdul Basit told APP here Friday that Qazi Hussain Ahmad, chief Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Syed Munawwar Hassan secretary general JI, provincial heads of the party including Liaquat Baloch, Siraj ul Haq and prominent leaders of other political parties will address participants. Discussions at the convention will focus on the current situation of the country, while the annual performance of the organization will be reviewed to ensure a better strategy for the next session, he added. App

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Poster exhibition held at FJWU
Rawalpindi: Communication Sciences Department of Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU) on Friday showcased a documentary and poster exhibition on the university premises.

FJWU Vice-Chancellor (VC) Prof Dr Saeeda Asadullah Khan inaugurated the exhibition that was largely attended by students and faculty members. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Dean Dr Samina A Qadir and FJWU Registrar Maryam Rab were also present on the occasion.

Thirty-nine students took part in the exhibition. The students attending a course of computer graphics and animation (advanced television editing and mixing) prepared the documentaries and posters, which were put on display.

The exhibition was aimed to promote the students' talent in the field of computer graphics.

The response of the faculty as well as students of other departments to the exhibition was encouraging.

The students briefed the VC on their basic motives and sources of inspiration. She said the students' works, which depicted creativity by highlighting different social issues, had impressed her to a great extent. "The students' works are tremendous and worth watching," she said.

Abida Mehmood, who offers the course, said the course focussed on advanced projects in video editing, composing and motion graphics. Daily Times

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