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Year 2017

Financial Assistance Result announced


  Following candidates have been awarded Financial Assistance. They are required to download their updated challan and proceed as per instructions.   AdmitCardNo NAME Status FA Amount  1703175 Sohaib Tariq Awarded            350,000 1704526 Muhammad Hamza Ansar Awarded            450,000 1709045 Muhammad Mohsin Khan Awarded            350,000 1706701 MOHAMMAD HUZAIFAH OWAIS Awarded            450,000 1706286 SAJEER AHMAD Awarded            450,000 1707109 Muhammad Ateeb Awarded            550,000 1702712 Muhammad Shamir Shahid Awarded            350,000 1707934 Ahsan Ul Haq Sheikh Awarded            550,000 1702886 Muhammad Talha Awarded            450,000 1705138 Asadullah Hameed Awarded            250,000 1701917 Muhammad Uzair Azhar Awarded            250,000 1702445 Owais Ahmad Awarded            250,000 1702921 Abdul Basit Awarded            350,000 1701251 Faraz Awan Awarded            250,000 1701874 MUHAMMAD HASSAN SALEEM Awarded            550,000 1700679 Taha Mandviwala Awarded            250,000 1707026 Muhammad Fahad Saeed Awarded            250,000 1703696 AIZA TAHIR Awarded            550,000 1707406 Muhammad Hashir Naeem Awarded            350,000 1705127 Harib Khan Awarded            550,000 1707135 Muhammad Awarded            550,000 1702413 Muhammad Shoaib Asghar Awarded            550,000 1703594 Muhammad Talha Usman Awarded            350,000 1704269 Muhammad Maarij Farooq Awarded            550,000 1702007 Muhammad Abdul Hadi Awarded            550,000 1701581 SAIF UR REHMAN Awarded            550,000 1702462 Yousma Yousaf Awarded            350,000 1704374 Kifayat Shah Awarded            550,000 1704081 Mamoon Ahamd Awarded            450,000 1702784 Syeda Masoom Sakina Rizvi Awarded            550,000 1706835 Michelle Akaishi Awarded            550,000 1708928 Shahzaib Awarded            550,000 1708670 Abu Bakar Awarded            550,000 1707784 SHAHAB SHINWARI Awarded            550,000 1707832 Muhammad Umair Iftikhar Awarded            550,000 1701234 Ijlal Ullah Khan Awarded            550,000 1705228 Haseeb Gul Awarded            550,000 1702517 Abdullah Awarded            350,000 1704407 Janita Arshad Awarded            450,000 1701542 Wasif jan Awarded            550,000 1709836 Ubaid Ullah Awarded            550,000 1700628 MUHAMMAD UMAIR SAJJAD Awarded            450,000 1703934 Hamza Naeem Awarded            550,000 1707755 Sadam Hussain Awarded            550,000 1704132 S SADDAM ULLAH Awarded            450,000 1702377 Sohail Anwar Awarded            550,000 1700152 Daniyal Akram Awarded            350,000 1701475 Muhammad Salar Khan Awarded            450,000 1700925 Syed Mujtaba Shakil Awarded            550,000 1706385 Babar Bhutta Awarded            550,000 1705834 Muhammad Kashif Awarded            550,000 1706815 Muhammad Tayyab Awarded            350,000 1706398 Zarish Nadeem Awarded            550,000 1703155 MUHAMMAD ASIF Awarded            550,000 1707294 Hamza Mansoor Awarded            550,000 1702854 Hadi Hussain Khan Awarded            450,000 1701780 Raja Muhammad Uzair Awarded            550,000 1706109 Oneeza Cheema Awarded            505,000 1704187 Moazama Irfan Awarded            550,000 1705704 Minahill Tariq Awarded            550,000 1705888 MISHAL ARIF Awarded            550,000 1707580 MAHA IRFAN Awarded            550,000   ...
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28th July, 2017

FATA Undergraduate Scholarship 2017


After detailed delibrations and scrutiny of the applicants' details, the committee recommended the following 10 applicants for the award of FATA Scholarship. Sr. No. Adm. Card No. Merit # Name INNER/OUTER  Faculty Agency/Region 2.1 1709458 861 Sohail Ahmad Both SSC & HSSC Inner MTN Bajaur 2.2 1702050 865 Muhammad Kashif Both SSC & HSSC Inner MTN Khyber 2.3 1703259 426 Tanveer Haider  SSC only EEP Kurram 2.4 1700387 517 Imran Khan Both SSC & HSSC Inner EEP Mohmand 2.5 1710432 942 Zabih Ullah Both SSC & HSSC Inner CE North Waziristan 2.6 1705822 631 Anees Ali Both SSC & HSSC Outer EEE Orakzai 2.7 1705228 120 Haseeb Gul Both SSC & HSSC Inner ME South Waziristan 2.8 1701696 622 Junaid Khan Both SSC & HSSC Inner CME FR Peshawar 2.9 1710241 916 Muhammad Waqas Both SSC & HSSC Inner CE FR Kohat 2.1 1703489 738 Simaar e Jannat Both SSC & HSSC Outer CE Khyber (Female)   The Committee also recommended to place following 17 (seventeen) candidates for admission on waiting list. They may be awarded FATA Scholarship in case any of the above awardees fails to join the Institute due to any reason whatsoever:   SrNo..  Adm. Card No. Merit # Name Faculty Inner FATA/   Outer FATA Agency/ Waiting Order 3.1 1707828 516 Muhammad Usman EEE SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Bajaur WAITING 1 3.2 1709831 700 Alauddin CME SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Bajaur WAITING 2 3.3 1701572 1160 Muhammad Saqib MTN Both SSC & HSSC Inner Khyber WAITING 1 3.4 1702964 715 Lal Zaman CE SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Khyber WAITING 2 3.5 1701900 724 Wajahat Ali CE SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Kurram WAITING 1 3.6 1709314 828 Rizwan Haider CME SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Kurram WAITING 2 3.7 1707726 1334 Abdul Malik MTN SSC Inner, HSSC Outer Mohmand WAITING 1 3.8 1709783 1053 Junaid Zaman CE Both SSC and HSSC outer Mohmand WAITING 2 3.9 1709669 267 Kamran ME Both SSC and HSSC outer North Waziristan WAITING 1 3.1 1701345 507 Shadman Ali CE Both SSC and HSSC outer North Waziristan WAITING 2 3.11 1708518 1379 Sherza Ali MTM Both SSC and HSSC outer Orakzai WAITING 1 3.12 1705747 1565 Syed Ibne Abbas ES Both SSC and HSSC outer Orakzai WAITING 2 3.13 1701238 330 Salman Hassan EEP Both SSC & HSSC Inner South Waziristan WAITING 1  3.14 1708502 930 Gul Zada MTM Both SSC & HSSC Inner South Waziristan WAITING 2 3.15 1700798 241 Zabid Ullah ME Both SSC and HSSC outer FR Bannu WAITING 1 3.16 1701858 253 Muhammad Shadman Khan EEE Both SSC and HSSC outer FR Kohat WAITING 2 3.17 1710012 368 Sakhi Ullah Khan EEP Both SSC and HSSC outer FR Bannu WAITING 3   ...
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28th July, 2017

Rector congratulates PEC on Pakistan becoming ‘Full Signatory’ Member of Washington Accord. Commends GIK faculty for its role.


Jehangir Bashar, Rector of Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology, congratulated Engr. Jawed Salim Qureshi, Chairman, Pakistan Engineering Council (PEC) on the occasion of Pakistan achieving Full ‘Signatory Status’ of the Washington Accord (WA). He said this was due to the continuous efforts of PEC over several years. He particularly commended Dr. Nasir Mahmood Khan, Additional Registrar for his contribution. The Rector said that he was extremely proud of the significant role played by GIK in this very important achievement, thanks to its highly qualified and experienced faculty, as well as the support departments.  To consider Pakistan’s application for membership a three member WA team comprising Basil Wakelin (New Zealand), Team Chair, Colin Peter Smith (UK) and Dr. Jung Soo Kim (USA) paid a three days visit to GIK Institute in November 2016 to assess the PEC accreditation process. The selection of GIK Institute (one of two universities in the country, the other being IST) by the WA evaluators itself was indeed a reflection of the confidence in the quality of education here. The Rector said that GIK has led the country in adopting “Outcome Based Education” or, OBE. The two faculties selected for review were the Faculty of Electronic Engineering and the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.  The Rector praised the two faculties for their high academic standards, which greatly facilitated Pakistan’s membership of the Washington Accord. Originally signed in 1989, the WA is a multilateral agreement between bodies responsible for accreditation or recognition of tertiary-level engineering qualifications within their jurisdictions who have chosen to work collectively to assist the mobility of professional engineers. The signatories are committed to development and recognition of good practices in engineering education. The WA is specifically focused on academic programs which deal with the practice of engineering at the professional level. The Accord has grown from an initial group of six signatories to 19 as a well-structured and sought-after organization.  Pakistan was declared as ‘Full Signatory’ of the WA in its General Assembly meeting held in Anchorage, USA on 21st June 2017. PEC represented Pakistan, which became only the third Muslim signatory country after Malaysia and Turkey, which is a great achievement and honor for the country. This will particularly boost the engineering profession and raise the status of universities accredited by the PEC.        ...
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18th July, 2017

Entry Test 2017 Result announced


Undergraduate Engineering/Computer Science and Management Science Entry Test Result 2017 has been announced. Check  here for details.
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14th July, 2017

UNESCO Country Director Ms. Vibeke Jensen visits GIK Institute


   Country Director, United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), Ms. Vibeke Jensen visited Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology and met with senior faculty and other members of the Institute. Jehangir Bashar, Rector of GIK Institute, in a detailed discussion with Ms. Jensen explained the nature the curricular and co-curricular activities, different disciplines of engineering taught in the Institute and student population. The Rector informed her that the Institute has planned to launch very soon Photonics Engineering and Civil Engineering disciplines.  He also said that academia of the Institute is keen to establish a centre of water resources. She was apprised about the great role played by the members of Women Engineering Society and Project Topi. “There are about 26 societies who arrange various activities throughout the academic year,” said the Rector. They also discussed the possibility of cooperation between GIK Institute and UNESCO and agreed to continue the dialogue, including through their respective experts. Ms. Jensen briefed the GIK Institute officials about the UNESCO work and continued activities for preserving the cultural heritage, supporting the girls’ education and promotion of science. She was pleased to know about the increasing interest of girls in acquiring engineering education.   Prof. Dr Javed A. Chattha, Pro-Rector (Academic), Ahsan Baseer Sheikh, Pro-Rector (Admin and Finance), and other officials also participated in the meeting. Later she visited the faculties and various other parts of the campus, lauding the excellent facilities provided to the students and faculty. ...
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7th July, 2017

PCST Research Productivity Award for the Year 2015


  GIK Institute faculty members, Prof. Dr. Jameel-Un Nabi Dean Faculty of Engineering Sciences and Dr. Yasir Faheem Joya Assistant Professor in Faculty of Materials and Chemical Engineering have been awarded Research Productivity Award (RPA) for the year 2015.  The award is conferred annually by the Pakistan Council for Science and Technology (PCST) on the basis of  publications in international Journals and performance, as evaluated empirically by Journal Impact Factors, Citations and Peer Review. GIK Institute faculty members have been recipient of this prestigious national award every year.   ...
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21st June, 2017

Two students set to go to KIT, Korea for the student exchange program between GIK Institute and KIT.


Two FCSE final year students, Noyan Ahmed Siddiqui and Mohammad Urwah, have been accepted for the student exchange program between GIK Institute and Kumoh National Institute of Technology (KIT), Korea, under a bilateral agreement. The students will be enrolling for the Fall semester at KIT, starting on August 28, 2017 and finishing February 28, 2017. As exchange students, they will enjoy full tuition fee waiver from KIT. KIT is a national research and business development (R&BD) university in the Republic of Korea (South Korea). It is located in Gumi, Gyeongbuk, South Korea. KIT is presently the only national university for engineering in Korea. Kumoh National Institute of Technology   ...
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18th June, 2017

GIK Institute disburses over Rs 130 million in financial assistance to students in 2016-17


The Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology disbursed more than Rs. 130 million from its own resources as financial assistance to the bright and needy students (undergraduate and graduate) in the current academic year, said Jehangir Bashar, Rector of GIK Institute. Another amount of about Rs. 90 million was provided as assistance by external donors, prominent among which were the provincial governments (particularly Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and Punjab), Ihsan Trust, Alumni, FATA Secretariat and NICT. A number of private individuals and companies also contributed. The Rector, GIK expressed his appreciation and immense gratitude to all these donors for their generosity. He also said that, although being a non-profit institution, GIK will continue, as it has done every year, to provide assistance to as many students from low income families as possible, in order to enable them to benefit from university education of quality. The Institute also revealed that it had proposed an allocation of more than Rs. 170 million for similar financial assistance in the budget for 2017-18. Also, most of the Institute’s partners have committed to continue their assistance in the next year.”   ...
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16th June, 2017

Rector Jehangir Bashar appointed Member of the National Commission for Science and Technology


The Rector, GIK Institute, Engr. Jehangir Bashar has been appointed  a Member of the National Commission for Science and Technology (NCST) for a period of three years. The Commission is chaired by the Prime Minister. The main functions of NCST include: Promotion of Science and Technology (S&T) in the country Improvement of S&T infrastructure Coordination of S&T programs Consideration of major S&T projects International collaboration Membership of NCST includes a number of Federal Ministers and Secretaries, Provincial Ministers, heads of major engineering and scientific organizations and representatives of the private sector. Engr. Bashar said that he was honored to have been appointed to such a high-powered and prestigious forum in his personal capacity, which is also a reflection of the stature of the GIK Institute. ...
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8th June, 2017

President of Pakistan presides over 21st Convocation of GIK Institute


       President Mamnoon Hussain addressed as the chief guest at the 21st convocation of Ghulam Ishaq Khan (GIK) Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology here on Thursday. Governor KPK, Iqbal Zafar Jhagra was also present on this graceful occassion. The president said that Pakistan’s future is very bright and the students are the future of this country. He said that Pakistan is on track of economic progress and soon it will stand in the line of developed countries. The president said that a huge foreign investment is coming to Pakistan under the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor. He called on the young engineers to be ready for joining the CPEC project because several opportunities will be available to them. He said that a number of countries, especially Central Asian Republics, had shown great interest in joining the CPEC project. “The students should harmonise themselves with the needs and requirements of CPEC as it would offer a lot of job opportunities for the country’s youth, especially the young engineers,” the president said. “I feel confident that our younger generation is fully prepared and capable to face the new emerging challenges,” he said. Mr Hussain said that the country needed a new breed of engineers who possessed the will and ability to accept emerging challenges, the dedication to pursue higher goals and the professional competence to play the role of troubleshooters. He hoped that the GIK Institute would play its due role in producing professionals who by their hard work and strong determination would make Pakistan an industrialised, forward looking and prosperous country. “We need to focus on science and technology education for the country’s economic development and the role of GIK Institute would be very significant in achieving this objective,” he said. Corruption destroys the very vitals of social, political and economic systems, the president said. “Our younger generation must possess a moral attitude which inculcates in them a sense of putting the national good above their personal gains,” he said. The President conferred degrees on 329 BS, 40 MS and six PhD graduates at the convocation and awarded gold medals to the high achievers. Later, Governor KPK Iqbal Zafar Jhagra awarded degrees to BS and MS graduates. Jehangir Bashar, Rector of GIK Institute said that the institute produced graduates had made substantial contributions to society and during education acquiring period the academia of the university encourage them to discover innovative solutions to the complex problems and deliver according to the requirements of the country. He said that the alumni of GIK institute enjoy a highly valued position in the national and international job markets. Prof, Dr Javed A. Chattha, Pro-Rector (Academic) said that our alumni are rated very high by multinational companies across the world. Some of our students have achieved high academic positions in Europe, Australia, and the United States of America, he said. “We have on our roll about 1670 undergraduate students, 145 full-time postgraduate students including 122 MS and 23 PhD students. Over 4,500 students have already graduated, including about 4143 BS, 327 MS and 55 PhDs,” he said. The six PhD scholars who graduated included Tufail Mohammad, Fazal Mohammad, Syed Zameer Abbas, Shahabuddin Ansari, Ahmad Abbas and Mohammad Fayaz. The Quaid-i-Azam medal for the overall best performance was awarded to Faiza Khalid and the Ghulam Ishaq Khan Medal for the best academic performance was awarded to Irfan Habib. The BS graduates who got the faculty-based gold medals were: Mufaddal Tahir, Adeel Javaid, Hamza Belal Kazi, Zimad, Bilal Shahid, Itrah Sohail, Irfan Habib and Salman Yousaf. The MS graduates gold medalists included Mohammad Shakeel and Sarah Sajjad. Executive director of Society for the Promotion of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Pakistan Shakeel Durrani, parents of the students and federal and provincial officials also attended the convocation.   ...
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28th May, 2017

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