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Year 2018

GIK and PAEC conduct plantation drive at GIK’s campus


     Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology and Pakistan Atomic Engineering Commission (PAEC) have conducted one-day plantation campaign under joint venture at GIK Institute campus on October 6, 2018. In the spirit of contributing to continued international struggle, Institute of Electrical Technology (IET), GIK chapter formed Green Energy Development (GED) team at the beginning of the current year. The main purpose of GED was to conduct research and promote renewable energy development in the country and decrease its carbon footprint. IET-GED approached the PAEC for their help in achieving the lofty goal that IET had envisioned for GED. The PAEC was ecstatic to join in on GED’s journey and an agreement was reached with IET. A plantation drive was conducted by GED in commemoration its cooperation and coordination with the PAEC and numerous saplings were planted by the students in hopes to achieve the dream of a greener and clean environment. The guests at the event were the PAEC’s Director and Chief engineer, and Head of Research and Development and Deputy Chief Scientist, Mr. Ghafoor Ahmed and Dr. Shakeel Abbas Rofi. They were extremely impressed by the arrangements made by IET-GED and expressed desire to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with GIK Institute’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering. Engr. Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute said that the lush green campus of the Institute provides a peaceful environment to the students where they could acquire contemporary education in field of engineering and management sciences. He lauded the PAEC role and contribution in various fields. Team GED worked as catalyst to further strengthen relations between PAEC and GIK Institute, opening new vistas for a greener energy while playing a due role in fulfilling the increasing requirements of the country to ensure a clean environment.   ...
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16th October, 2018

GIK Student Success Story


                It all started when I got an invitation letter from Brazil. Without a second thought, I got my visa, bought my ticket and reached the city of Brazil, named as Bauru. One thing which luckily got stuck in my mind was the thought that, I was not only representing myself or my university (Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology), but I was representing my whole Pakistani nation. According to one Indian restaurant owner in Sao Paulo, there were only five Pakistani families living in that city which is larger than the city Karachi. So it was for sure that a huge responsibility of representing a better image of Pakistan was concentrated on me. I was thus excited as well as nervous, but luckily, I played well. Obviously, the first day when I entered the city of Brazil was full of cultural shocks and astonishments. But luckily I was enjoying those cultural shocks. Firstly, I was unable to communicate with anyone since they speak Portuguese and don’t understand English. Then I was flabbergasted to see the people obviously. They were different. The most awkward thing was that all the girls and boys greeted each other with a kiss on cheeks. They were unaware of the fact that boys don’t even shake hands with girls in Pakistan. When my host at Brazil came to pick me up for the first time, a girl from them leaned forward to kiss my cheek to greet me. I unconsciously stepped backwards in a shock. That moment turned into an awkward situation. Without wasting a time, I swift my hand forward for a hand shake, handling the situation. The place and city where I was living, had absolutely no Pakistanis or Muslims. So I was the absolute minority. I knew that any action I do will be enough to mark an intense impact on Pakistan and Muslims. So I had to play wisely and cleverly to mark a positive impact on Pakistan & all the Muslims of the world. Where ever I go, I became the center of attention to everyone and people start to ask about Pakistan and Muslims. Sadly, most people asked about terrorism and Muslims extremism but in a friendly and non-offending manner. Since they knew about old & famous incident of 9/11 attack and Osama Bin Laden, and since he was labeled as a Muslim, they were curious to see and hear more about Pakistan and Muslims. But I believed that bad people and bad incidents exists in every nation. A good and positive representation helps a nation transform into a good one. Columbia also once had intense terrorism, and it had Pablo Escobar, the drug lord, much worse terrorist than Osama Bin Laden. But with the time, Columbia has developed its positive reputation and now is regarded as 4th largest coffee producer in the world. Thus it was my task to avoid talking bad, focus on good, and act in a good & positive behavior. And so I started introducing them to Pakistani food, traditional outfit, common language gestures, beautiful Islamic concepts, Pakistani Music and Dance, and much more about Pakistani culture. You have to believe me that they were so impressed with the positive details I provided them about Pakistan & Muslims that they fell in love with Pakistanis & Muslims. People wanted to know more about our culture, so I started to get invitations from various places to talk more about my culture publically. I got invitation from a well-known cathedral in Bauru, Brazil, where I got a chance to speak and represent our nation to a huge crowd. I started talking about my university (GIKI), then my country and ended with describing similarities between Islamic and Catholic religion. Despite the fact that they speak Portuguese language, and I was able to speak a very little Portuguese back then, the session went amazing. I used to speak a mixture of English & Port uguese. I was also given my personal translator, who usually translated for me. So even there was a language barrier, I was able to efficiently interact with the whole crowd. At the end of the session in cathedral, they all cheered for Pakistan and prayed to God, asking for blessings for me, my nation and for everyone. In response, I also prayed for all of them in a little Portuguese and a little English. When I was leaving the cathedral, many people approached me, greeted me, interacted with me in English Language, and were really looking happy to see me. For a while, I really felt like a celebrity. Also they didn’t have the Pakistani flag hanging in their hall, so they took my Pakistani flag and ask me if they can hang it in their beautiful cathedral hall. I said yes! I was also invited on a meeting at the Prefecture in Bauru, Brazil. There I met the secretary of Economic Development, Tourism and Income (Sedecon), Aline Fogolin, together with other directors of the portfolio. I got a chance to represent Pakistan on a much larger scale. There I made an appealing presentation representing beauty of Pakistan. They loved the meeting so much that they posted details on their Facebook page [1] as well as on their website [2]. Their website quoted about United Kingdom & Pakistani students, “According to Ariel Barca, director of Logistics and New Business, the meeting was very fruitful, since the opinions of the students were positive”. Also a Brazilian Newspaper posted details about my visit to Brazil with my photo in it. It was mentioned about how Pakistani guy helped organization with his volunteering. Translated from Portuguese, it was mentioned under my photo,” Pakistani helped entity for three months”. It felt like I got a little famous over there. It was a proud moment for Pakistanis since it mentioned a very positive thing about Pakistan. As a Pakistani guy, I was invited by many families to their homes, where they served me with amazing Brazilian halal food.  They showed me there way of living, and treated me just like their own family member. Moreover, the people of Brazil liked Pakistani culture and songs to the extent that I sang Pakistani songs and made the crowd dance although they were unable to understand the lyrics. I met a Brazilian musical band. Since I like Pakistani band named Strings, I recorded a Pakistani song named, “Sajni, By Strings”. In the recorded video, I sang the song while two Brazilian guitarists learned and played guitar in nearly same rhythm as in original song. Also I experienced how amazingly they watch the world cup match together, when it is the official holiday in the whole country on world cup day. And in the end I learnt Portuguese. Now I can speak English, Urdu, Seraiki and Portuguese, and that’s the combination of languages I love. I could have learnt Pushto too if Google Translator would have cooperated a little. Visit to Brazil was worth it. I enjoyed visiting places like Rio de Janeiro, Iguassu Falls. I roamed alone on roads to experience the life from a much closer view. Obviously there is a dark side of Brazil too, which include high poverty, high crime rate, weak economy, but let’s not discuss about it and keep our focus on bright side. I think I have used the opportunity of travelling to Brazil in the best way I could have used. Maybe now Brazil would be even more welcoming to Pakistani people. I hope that the next time if some Pakistani visits Brazil, they will relate him with some fun and positive thing, unlike as they asked me about terrorism. Students & citizens who get opportunity to travel abroad should work their best in representing a better image of Pakistan. We all Pakistanis are together responsible for the better future of Pakistan. We all individually have a massive potential in each of us to help Pakistan become an amazing place to live. ...
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8th October, 2018

GIK and Pakistan Air Force explores opportunities for joint research projects


GIK and Pakistan Air Force (PAF) brainstormed to explore opportunities of joint research in the fields of artificial intelligence, robotics, and augmented/virtual reality. A PAF team from 109 AED, AHQ (U) Peshawar comprising of Gp Capt Kausar Ghawas, Flt Lt Aamir Naveed, and Flg Off Haziq Amjad visited the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering (FCSE) on October 3, 2018.   The team met faculty and students. They also visited the research labs at FCSE. The PAF team showed interest in utilizing the capabilities of GIK faculty and students to program and to automate some of the robots developed by the PAF. The team leader, Gp. Capt. Kausar Ghawas, showed keen interest in the current work of both the faculty members and students’ projects. He assured FCSE that the No. 109 AED will soon chalk out a plan to support some of its projects that may prove useful to PAF. These projects include work related to computer programming, robotics, sensors, machine learning, and augmented reality. The team also aims to offer internship and employment opportunities at the unit against the mentioned specialties. Dr. Asif Khan (PI: Aerial Robotics Lab) coordinated the visit from FCSE.              ...
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8th October, 2018

GIK Incubation Center conducts launchpad program


                   The Incubator Ghulam Ishaq khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology conducted ‘Launchpad Program’ at newly constructed Incubation Building, Mr. Kamran Khan Bangash, Special Assistant to Chief Minister, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa on Science and Technology and Information Technology (ST&IT) was chief guest at the ceremony. He was accompanied Mr. Qaisar Alam, provincial Secretary ST&IT and representatives of Directorate of Science and Technology (DoST). Engr. Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute, Prof Dr. Jameel-Un Nabi, Pro-Rector (Academics), Abdullah Soomro, Director Incubation Center, Faculty and students of GIK Institute also participated in the gathering. A large number of applications received from across the country, out of which 21 Start-ups were shortlisted to pitch in front of judges and academia. Four teams were selected to be part of The Incubation program. The Incubator is funded and supported by Dost and GIK Institute. Selected Start-ups will receive business development support in addition to mentorship, office space, accommodation, access to GIK laboratories, Sport facilities and stipend for each member of the team. Engr. Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute said that he was quite impressed to see the talented educated youth to put forward the new entrepreneurial ideas.  The GIK Incubation Center provides a nurturing environment for success of innovative startups lead by young graduates. “I am grateful to Science Technology and Information Technology Department and Directorate of Science and Technology Khyber Pakhtunkhwa to support GIK Institute. The KP government has provided Rs. 100 Million for the Incubation center and Rs 1 billion for GIK Institute new academic block   I hope that the KP government cooperation and support would continue in future as well,” he said. Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Kamran Bangash lauded the presentation and invited the  GIK academia to assist the KP in formulating new IT and science and technology policy, aiming to advance scientific and technological research and education.  ‘We want to use technology as engine of knowledge-based economy,” he said. He called for joint efforts of the government, academia and industry to know each other needs and adopt a collective approach to achieve objectives of economic development and accelerate pace of technical and scientific advance with reliance on intellectual capabilities. “I feel no hesitation to say that it is responsibility of the academia to set the directions and it is our utmost desire to use their expertise in the formulation of new policy of science and technology,” he said. “There is no lack of talented human resources in KP but they just need directions and guidelines.”   ...
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7th October, 2018

SOPREST delegation visits Chinese institutes to promote science and technology in Pakistan


A three-member delegation representing the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Science and Technology in Pakistan (SOPREST), a private not-for-profit Trust established in 1988, visited the Peoples’ Republic of China to explore the possibilities of developing engineering and scientific cooperation between the Ghulam Ishaq Khan(GIK)  Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology and Chinese Universities. The delegation comprised Mr Shakil Durrani Executive Director SOPREST, Mr Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute and Mr Farid Rehman, Executive Committee member. Dr. Ata ur Rehman, Scientific Counsellor in Pakistan Embassy in China assisted the delegation in all meetings in Beijing. MoUs of academic collaborationwere signed with Liaoning University and Shenyang Aerospace University by Mr. Jahangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute. Following institutes and scientific societies were visited during this journey. China Association of Science and Technology (CAST), Beijing Technology and Business University (BTBU), Beijing University of Technology (BJUT), Genetics Society of China and Beijing Institute of Genomics (BIG), China Academy of Science, China Institute of Water Resources and Hydropower Research, Liaoning Chamber of Commerce, Liaoning University, Shenyang Aerospace University (SAU) and China Medical University; First Affiliated Hospital. The first meeting of the delegation was held with the top officials of the CAST. Dr. Shu Wei, Executive Director CAST, welcomed the SOPREST delegation and stated that this visit augurs well as in China and also mentioned the establishment of a Museum in partnership with UNESCO in Pakistan.Mr Shakil Durrani proposed to develop new faculties of Genetics, Bio-Engineering, Artificial Intelligence, and Robotics and create a Centre of Excellence for studying climate change. Furthermore, Mr Jehangir Bashar Rector GIK Institute, informed the meeting about the MOUs signed in past with various universities in china. The meetings of SOPREST officials with BTBU were attended by Mr Zheng Wenhong Vice President/Professor, BTBU; and other officials from various department of BTBU. The hosts explained their areas of specialization and offered exchange of faculty/students and joint research in Bioengineering and Artificial Intelligence faculties. During visit to BJUT Prof Qiao Junfei, Vice President BJUT said he and his university were very pleased at the visit of SOPREST and hoped that further cooperation would result between the two universities. Moreover, delegation also requested BJUT to establish a Research laboratory in GIK Institute.The delegation also visited BIG, where Prof Xue Yongbiao, Vice Chairman and Secretary General GSC, and Director of BIG welcomed the delegation. It was informed that they were associated with Francis Collins of Human Genome project and the hope was that in the years ahead whole genome sequences would be developed which could lead to individual treatment of cancer and other diseases. BIG was enthusiastic to assist GIK Institute in all areas of genomics at undergraduate, graduate and research levels. During the visit to IWHR by SOPREST delegation, Mr Wang Xiaogang Vice President said, it would be most useful to involve the two sides in fruitful cooperation in important matters like climate change, shrinking of glaciers and flood and tidal waves control.  He further added, IWHR have a Climate Change Department which was also studying glaciers. Mr Shakil Durrani suggested that current problems associated with water studies could jointly be studied with WAPDA, GIKInstitute and IWHR through the establishment of an Institute in GIKInstitute for the purpose. SOPREST would coordinate with WAPDA and then put up proposals for further cooperation.The delegates also had a fruitful discussion with Liaoning chamber of commerce. Mr. Han Qing, Chairman Liaoning Chamber welcomed the two delegations from Pakistan consisting of the Mayor of Karachi and the other from SOPREST. The meeting related to Chamber’s cooperation in upgrading Pakistani Poly-technical Institutes which will enhance business and commerce in Pakistan. After that the SOPREST officials visited Liaonung University and met with the senior management to discuss possible areas of collaboration between GIK Institute and Liaoning University. Both universities shared their respective faculties and areas of specialization. Following the meeting, MoU was signed by Mr Jehangir Bashar, Rector GIK Institute and Dr. Pan Yishan, President of Liaoning University. Additionally, the delegation was requested to visit Shenyang Aerospace University (SAU). The President SAU, during discussions agreed to provide scholarships to two Pakistani students for studying in SAU. Pakistani students pointed out that many of the degrees obtained in Chinese Universities are not recognized in Pakistan for which the Pakistan Higher Education Commission would need to be approached. A MOU for academic collaboration between the two universities was signed on the occasion by the President of SAU and the Rector of GIK Institute.At the end, the SOPREST delegation visited the hospital of the China Medical University and met Dr Yu Xiasong, Vice President and Dr Yu Lia Song. Mr Shakil Durrani, spoke of the need for a high-quality hospital in or around Islamabad, the capital of Pakistan, and invited the hospital group to visit Pakistan and consider establishing a state of the art hospital for serious diseases such as those relating to heart, liver, kidney and cancer. Top officials from all the institutes in china visited by SOPREST delegation were invited to visit Pakistan. It is anticipated that collaborations with China’s prestigious organizations will enhance improvements in STEM and scientific research in Pakistan as well as provide scholarship and exchange opportunities for Pakistani students and academicians. SOPREST delegation(along with Mr. Ata Ur Rahman, Science and Technology Counsellor of the Pakistan Embassy in China) with CAST officials   The SOPREST delegation visiting officials and students from Beijing Technology and Business University   Mr. Sun Xiaoping, President of Shenyang Aerospace University and Mr. Jehangir Bashar Rector GIK Institute signing the MoU   SOPREST delegation with officials from Beijing Genomics Institute   SOPREST delegation with officials from China Mechanical Engineering Society   ...
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3rd October, 2018

GIK and Huawei agree to boost collaboration


  Mr. Howard Jiang, Vice President of ICT Talent Development and Director of Training and Certification, Huawei –Middle East Region, visited GIK Institute and met Engr. Jehangir Bashar, Rector, GIK Institute, Prof. Dr. Jameel-Un Nabi, Pro-Rector (Academic) and Mr. Ahsan Basir Sheikh, Pro-Rector (Administration & Finance). Dr. Ghulam Abbas, Associate Professor and Director (HAINA), and Ms. Fatima Sameeullah, Manager Training and Certification, Huawei – Pakistan, were also present on the occasion.   Mr. Jiang lauded the GIK’s contribution in imparting vital training to the youth and appreciated the participation of GIK students in the ICT Skill Competition. He congratulated GIK for having produced the highest number of trained students among all 14 recently established Huawei Authorized Information and Network Academies in Pakistan. “We are interested to go beyond trainings and further boost the cooperation,” said the Rector, Engr. Jehangir Bashar. Mr. Howard Jiang and Engr. Jenhangir Bashar exchanged views to future boost cooperation between the two organizations in the areas of mutual interests and expertise.      Later, Mr. Jiang and Ms. Fatima addressed the students at the Agha Hassan Abedi Auditorium and invited them to participate in the Huawei ICT Competition 2018. Students were briefed about the competition, registration process, online learning resources, and awards and benefits of the competition. Prizes were distributed among the early-bird registrants.   Addressing the students, Dr. Ghulam Abbas said that two GIK students won the regional finals in ICT Skills Competition 2017 and this year our students must strive to reach and win the global finals.   The registration for the competition will continue till September 30, 2018. For registration and further information, students may log on to Huawei online portal at www.huaweiacad.com. ...
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29th September, 2018

GIK Institute Student got selected for PricewaterhouseCoopers Annual Fund


PricewaterhouseCoopers Launches an annual fund in which they select 10 people from all over the world to go on a six-week long AIESEC global volunteer exchange program in their country of choice. Ebad ur Rehman, an undergraduate student from GIK Institute is the first person from Pakistan who got selected for this opportunity. “I applied for the fund in May and went through a long rigorous procedure to get shortlisted in the top 10. All my expenses were covered for the trip” said Ebad. The exchange program was six weeks in duration and focused on impacting towards sustainable development goal number fifteen: Life on Land. The project revolved around developing marketing campaigns for animals at animal shelters and street animals in Istanbul. “I got a chance to work with 35 individuals from 30 different nationalities. The project also involved volunteering at the animal shelter and making documentaries about these animals. Within six weeks we started an NGO by the name of ‘Be my Shelter’ which gained coverage by the local media in Istanbul and got featured in newspapers across the city. I will also be featured in an online Web series release by PwC and AIESEC by the name: Youth for Global goals the series” said Ebad. The Global volunteer experience is wonderful and it is something every student should experience at least once in their lifetime as it causes a complete shift in one’s perspective. It developes great  ...
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17th September, 2018

Taimur Khan Jhagra, KP Finance Minister presides over the 28th batch induction ceremony at GIK


      Mr. Taimur Saleem Khan Jhagra, Minister for Finance, Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa presided over the 28th induction ceremony at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology. The ceremony was attended by Engr. Shamsul Mulk, President of the Society for the Promotion of Engineering Sciences and Technology in Pakistan (SOPREST), Mr. Shakil Durrani, Executive Director, Jehangir Bashar, Rector of GIK Institute, Prof. Dr. Habibullah Jamal, Pro-Rector (Academics), Mr. Ahsan Baseer Sheikh, Pro-Rector (Admin and Finance), academics and students. Mr. Jhagra, who is a grandson of former President of Pakistan and the GIK Institute Founder, Mr. Ghulam Ishaq Khan, said that Pakistan’s talented youth have the capability to face the new emerging challenges. “We have to fundamentally transform our institutions, especially educational, to achieve the objectives and deliver according to the needs and requirements of the country,” he added. Advising the young students, he said that this was the beginning of a new period of search for knowledge. “It is my firm belief that the future of our nation hinges on how our younger generations shape up to accept the great challenge of national reconstruction and economic development,” he added. He recalled that during his student life he had learnt to compete, to fight, to win, to display courage and to take risks. “In fact, GIK prepared me for life. It’s really a great place to learn,” he said. He urged the students to use the fascinating facilities of GIK Institute. Engr. Shamsul Mulk, President SOPREST paid tributes to former President of Pakistan and Founder of GIK Institute, the late Mr. Ghulam Ishaq Khan. In his address to the students, Jehangir Bashar admired the courage of Mr. Jhagra to abandon his illustrious career with Mckinsey, one of the world’s most reputable firms of management consultants, to enter to the uncertain world of politics. Mr. Bashar urged the students to learn from his experience.   ...
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8th September, 2018

Civil Engineering Joining Instructions 2018


Joining Instructions Civil Engineering                   We expect you to reach here on Saturday September 01, 2018 from 8:30 am to 11:00 am and report to hostel, where you will be received, handed over information package and guided to allotted room. A formal induction ceremony welcoming you to GIK Institute is scheduled to be held at 12:00 noon on Saturday September 01, 2018.             You are required to attend an orientation session starting at 9:00 am on Sunday September 02, 2018 where you will get briefing on hostel living, academic schedules, library access, laboratory and computing facilities. The classes will however commence from Monday September 03, 2018.               A shared accommodation will be provided to you. Your room is furnished with Study Table, Chair, Book Shelf, Almirah, Bed with Mattress and a Pillow. However you will be required to bring your own bed linen (bed sheets and pillow covers), towels, toiletries and a blanket or quilt etc. As the weather at Topi gets quite cold in winter, you are also advised to bring warm clothes. Since students are not allowed to take hostel crockery from the dining hall, you may bring along your own jug, mug, glass, plate etc. for your convenience.             You are also required to bring the following original documents, if available, and submit to Admission Office in the first week from September 03 till September 07, 2018. Matric/O-Level Certificates or equivalent. H.S.S.C Certificate (Mark sheet if certificate not issued) / A-Level or equivalent / B.Sc. Degree/ Polytechnic Diploma, if applicable. As communicated earlier in your offer letter, please note that September 20, 2018 is the last date for submission of any document especially HSSC or A-level certificate which has not yet been released/issued to you.   Good luck with your preparations, and looking forward to welcome you at the Institute.   ...
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30th August, 2018

Fresh Students Say They Opt for GIK Institute Due to Excellent Faculty and Facilities


   The fresh students who have joined various engineering disciplines and management sciences at Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology on August 26 said that despite the fact that they also got admission in other engineering universities but opted for GIK due to its excellent academic record and outstanding facilities. The disciplines offered by GIK Institute are: Mechanical Engineering; Chemical Engineering;    Electrical Engineering (Power); Electrical Engineering (Electronics); Engineering Sciences; Computer Engineering; Material Engineering (Nanotechnology); Material Engineering (Manufacturing); Computer Science, Civil Engineering  and Management Sciences.   Engr. Jehangir Bashar, Rector of GIK Institute said that at the beginning of the new academic year, he would like to warmly welcome all the students, especially the new batch, to the Institute.  “We are all here at GIK Institute in pursuit of academic excellence.  You (fresh students) have come from all over the country to join the Institute which nurtures a vision of scholarship, research and excellence.” he said. Advising the freshmen, he said: “University education needs your full concentration and determination. Remember that time is very precious and should be used most judiciously.”  Bilal Mubarak, who belongs to Karachi, got admission in the Faculty of Chemical Engineering said that his teachers and colleagues had told him about the world class academic staff, modern facilities and lush green environment which inspired him to get admission in GIK Institute. “I am one of the few lucky students to get admission in GIK Institute,” he said. Umaima Saeed, who hails from Multan and got admission in Faculty of Computer Engineering, said that she had plans to graduate from GIK Institute and then appear in Central Superior Services (CSS) examination. “I have decided to stick to my plan of study to achieve my desired objectives,” she said. Aneela Mubarak from Sargodha was accompanying her son Shehryar Mubarak. She said that her son got admission in seven universities but they opted for GIK Institute due to its superb academic record in imparting contemporary education to the students, enabling them to face the confronting challenges with strong determination.     ...
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30th August, 2018

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