QAU awards PhD degrees to 52 scholars
Islamabad: Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU) awarded PhD degrees in 10 different disciplines to 52 scholars on Thursday.
On this occasion, QAU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Masoom Yasinzai said the university was effectively and massively contributing towards human resource development in the country. He said the PhD degree awarding procedure of QAU was most comprehensive and in line with the international standards.
In Biochemistry the degrees were awarded to Amber Afroz, Amjad Hameed and Amhad Manan.
The Electronics scholars who were awarded degree included Muhammad Aqeel Ashraf, Ahsan Illahi, M Amjad Imran and Akhtar Hussain. The Mathematics scholars included Asghar Khan, Muhammad Ramzan, Zaheer Abbas, Muhammad Irfan Ali, Ahmer Mehmood and Abdul Rehman. The Physics scholars included Muhammad Irfan, Muhammad Ramzan, Muhammad Irfan Asghar, Sarwat Hafeez and Abdul Shakoor Khan.
The Chemistry scholars included Niaz Muhammad, Maliha Asma, Nasima Arshad, Shakuat Shuja, Ifthar Ahmed and Syed Muzamal Hussain.
The Statistics scholars included Muhammad Saleem, Nasir Abbas and Saima Altaf.
The Microbiology scholars included Pir Bux Ghumro, Ghulam Raza, Syed Tatheer Alam Naqvi, Taha Nazir, Rukhsana Firdous and Ejaz Rafique.
Scholars who were awarded degrees in Plant Sciences included Muhammad Hadees, Muhammad Ayub, Musa Khan, Tariq Rafiq, Junaidur Rehman, Ghazalah Yasmin, Shabnum Shaheen, Uzma Khan, Sobia Tabassum, Sohail Jamil Qureshi, Muhammad Asad Ghufran, Sami Ullah Khan, Abdul Qadir, Zafar Jamal and Samin Jan.
The Animal Sciences scholars included Muhammad Adnan Saeed, Zertashia Akram and Ommia Kalsoom, while in Earth Sciences the degree was awarded to Shazia Asim. Daily times