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GCU produces PhD in Chemistry

GC University Lahore produced a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the field of Chemistry. Ms. Tuheeda Riaz completed her research titled “Investigations on the chemical constituents of Colebrookia oppositifolia, Rhynchosia pseudo-cajan and Biochemical Studies on some Indigenous Medicinal Plants” under the supervision of Dr Muhammad Athar Abbasi.

(20-01-2014)

 

Notification

 

A Summery vide No. 59/PS-VC/13 dated 22-10-2013 has been sent to the Honorable Chancellor through Higher Education Department, Govt. of the Punjab for approval, for assigning of look after duties of the office of the Registrar, GC University Lahore.

 

In anticipation of the approval of the Honorable Chancellor, the Vice Chancellor is pleased to assign the additional duties to look after the office of the Registrar to Dr. Muhammad Akhyar Farrukh Assistant Professor, Chemistry Department for smooth & effective functioning of the University till further orders.

 

Additional Registrar

Ref. No. EA-I/101-13/13

(13-11-2013)

 

VICE CHANCELLOR LEAVES EUROPE HEADING TOPPER STUDENTS DELEGATION

The Governor/Chancellor has granted leave ex-Pakistan for 32 days from 29-6-2013 to 30-7-2013 to Prof. Dr. Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman, Vice Chancellor GC University Lahore to visit United Kingdom, Sweden and Germany. 

Prof. Dr. Islam Ullaha Khan, Dean Faculty of Science will look after the affairs of the University, during the absence of the Vice Chancellor. (Ref: No. SO(Univ)12-6/2006 dated: 28th June 2013)

(01-07-2013)

GCU produces PhD in Chemistry

GC University Lahore produced a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in the field of Chemistry. Saif Ullah completed his research titled “Studies in Extraction, Structure Elucidation and Anti-diabetic Potential of Bioactive Compounds from Species of Asteracea and Acanthaceae” under the supervision of Dr Durre Shahwar.

(02-04-2013)

 

 

GCU produces PhD in Chemistry

 

GC University Lahore produced a doctor of philosophy (PhDs) in the field of Chemistry. Tayyaba Ahahzadi completed her research titled “Phytochemical and Bioactivity Studies on Opuntia Dellinii and Caryopteris Odorata” under the supervision of Dr Muhammad Athar Abbasi and co-supervisor Dr Aziz-ur-Rehman.

 

(27-02-2013)

GCU PRODUCES THREE PHDS IN CHEMISTRY

The GC University Lahore produced three doctors of philosophy (PhDs) in the field of Chemistry. Muhammad Waseem Mumtaz and Khadija Shabbiri did their research on “Optimization of Reaction Parameters for Biodiesel Production by Chemical and Enzymatic Transesterification” and “Proteomics of Brevibacterium Linens-An Investigation into Secretory and Membrane Bound Respiratory Proteins” respectively under the supervision of Dr Ahmad Adnan. Naeem Ahmad completed his research on the topic of “Study of Xanthine Oxidase Inhibitory Potential of Natural Products Extracted from Medicinal Plants and Synthesized Benzothiazine Derivatives” under the supervision of Dr. Durre Shahwar.

(14-01-2013)

 

GCU signs accord for undertaking research on medicines

The Department of Chemistry of GC University Lahore signed a key accord for five years with the NovaMed Pharmaceuticals (Pvt) Limited for undertaking research on development and improvement in medicines. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof (Meritorious) Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman and NovaMed Chief Executive Officer Muhammad Idrees signed the agreement. GCU Director Research Prof Dr Muhammad Zakria Butt, Dean Prof Dr Islam Ullah Khan and Director Academic Planning External Links Fauzia Shaheen were also present on the occasion. The key features of agreement are collaboration in research projects, provision of reference standards of pharmaceuticals drugs, provision of stipend, training opportunities and jobs to GCU students and special projects for mutual benefit. The NovaMed has also pledged to facilitate GCU in upgrading its Materials Chemistry Lab. Speaking at the accord signing ceremony, Prof Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman said that modern research was increasingly complex. “No single individual or institution possesses all the knowledge, equipment, and techniques required,” he added.

 

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman; Vice Chancellor, GCU after inking MoU

with Muhammad Idrees; the Director of NovaMed Pharmaceuticals (Pvt).

(07-01-2013)

 

GCU produces PhD in Chemistry

GC University Lahore produced a Doctor of Philosophy (PhDs) in the field of Chemistry. Muhammad Waseem Mumtaz completed his research titled “Optimization of Reaction parameters for Biodiesel Production by Chemical and Enzymatic Transesterification” under the supervision of Dr Ahmad Adnan and co-supervisor Dr Hamid Mukhtar.

(06-12-2012)

 

 

Notification

 

The Vice Chancellor is pleased to order that Prof. Dr. Islam Ullah Khan, Dean, Faculty of Sciences & Technology, GC University Lahore will look after the office of Dean, Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences, with immediate effect.

 Registrar

No: EA-I/101-13/12

Dated: 22-10-2012

 

Prof. Dr. Islam Ullah Khan, Professor, Department of Chemistry appointed as Dean

 

The Chancellor in pursuant to the powers vested in him under Statutes 2(2) of the First Statues appended as Schedule read with section 9(7) of the Government College University, Lahore Ordinance 2002 is pleased to appoint Prof. Dr. Islam Ullah Khan, Professor, Department of Chemistry as Dean, Faculty of Sciences & Technology, Government College University Lahore for a period of three years with immediate effect.

 

Registrar

No: EA-I/101-13/09

27 September, 2012

 

GCU LAHORE WILL START DIPLOMA COURSE TO TRAIN COPS IN FORENSIC SCIENCES

 

GC University Lahore has decided to launch a diploma course in Forensic Sciences for policemen and officials of other law enforcement agencies in collaboration with the Punjab Forensic Science Agency to train them in crime scene investigation, evidence preservation, crime mapping, fingerprints and DNA markers & technologies and analytical techniques. The decision was made during an accord signing ceremony between PFSA and GCU for academic and research collaboration. GCU Vice Chancellor Prof. (Meritorious) Dr. Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman and PFSA Director General Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Tahir signed the accord, while GCU Director Research Prof. Dr. Muhammad Zakria Butt, Director Academic Planning Fauzia Shaheen, Chemistry Department Chairperson and PFSA Director Forensics Dr. M. Sarwar were also present on the occasion. The Punjab Forensic Science Agency will extend practical training and other facilities for the six-month diploma that would help policemen use modern methods and technologies in nabbing outlaws and ensure effective collaboration forensic experts and agencies. The PFSA also offered to provide training to the GCU faculty members for teaching and curriculum designing of the diploma for policemen.

 

 

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman; Vice Chancellor, GC University Lahore and

PFSA Director General Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Tahir sign the accord for academic and research collaboration in the field of Forensic Sciences.

 

The Vice Chancellor Prof. Khaleeq said training of professionals involved in law enforcement would help to create an enabling environment for equality, fair play, justice and rule of law. He also announced that GCU is soon launching the B.Sc (Hons) and one-year postgraduate diploma in Forensic Sciences and to produce skilled manpower for law enforcement and forensic science agencies and PFSA would provide excess to their students to high-tech equipment for practical training and identify the new areas of research in the subject of Forensic Chemistry. He said in the four-year B.Sc (Hons) programme, it is more feasible for the University to train a student in wide and diverse spectrum of Forensics. He said that GCU was the first Public Sector University in Pakistan which initiated academic programme in Forensic Chemistry in 2008 and later upgraded it to MS in 2009. He said that the GCU has revised its curriculum of MS forensic chemistry in collaboration with PFSA.

 

 

Prof. Dr. Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rahman; Vice Chancellor, GC University Lahore and

PFSA Director General Dr. Muhammad Ashraf Tahir visit the laboratory of GCU Forensic Chemistry.

 

The PFSA also showed interest in providing internship and job placement to shinning GCU students besides giving research projects to the University’s PhD students in the field of Forensic Sciences. The forensic agency would also facilitate GCU in upgrading and establishing Forensic Science laboratories.

Both the parties also agreed to jointly hold seminars and lectures for judges and officials of law enforcement agencies to raise awareness among them about Forensic Sciences. Later, PFSA officials and Vice Chancellor visited the GCU Chemistry Department and inspected the high-tech facilities including Materials Chemistry Laboratory, Single Crystal X-Ray Diffractometer, HPLC LC-20T Diode Array Detector, Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometer, CHNS Elemental Analyzer and Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometer.

(14-06-2012)

 

 

GCU AWARDS TWO PhDs in PHYSICS and ONE in Chemistry  

 

The GCU Lahore has awarded two PhD degrees in the subject of Physics and one in Chemistry. Sami Ullah completed his research on the topic of “Study in the Extraction, Structure Elucidation of Potential Anti-tumor Agents from Species of Asteraceae and Lauraceae” under the supervision of Dr Durre Shahwar.

 

Gohar Abbas and Tousif Hussain are notified PhDs in Physics after the approval of their thesis on the topic of “Collective Modes in Weakly Magnetized Relativistic and Ultra-relativistic Electron Plasmas” and “Synthesis of Titanium based Nitride Thin Films by Plasma Focus System” completed under the supervision of Prof. Dr. G. Murtaza Salam Professor in Physics GCU and Prof. Dr. Riaz Ahmad Director CASP respectively.

 

GCU Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr Muhammad Khaleeq-ur-Rehman congratulated the scholars on completion of their PhD programme.

 

(30-05-2012)

 


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