Pakistan Study Centre

University of Peshawar

The MPhil  Public Defense of Ms. Iffat Nazir was held with Director Prof Dr Fakhr-ul-Islam in chair. The scholar wrote on "Voting Behaviour of Women in Karak" with supervision by Dr Khan Faqir. Dr. Sumaira from Benazir Women University was External Examiner. 



Pakistan Study Centre University of Peshawar arranged Kashmir solidarity day function in collaboration with Pakistan Thinkers Forum. Prof Dr Fakhr-ul-Islam Director Pakistan Study Centre presided over the function while Malik Liaquat Ali Tabassum, Chairman Pakistan Thinkers Forum was the chief guest. Students from Meridian School, Hayatabad Model School, Kids School and City School presented poems, Naat, songs, tableaus and speeches. Faculty, staff and students of the Centre also  attended the function.


Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Fakhr-ul-Islam said that non resolution of Kashmir issue in unfinished agenda of the Partition Plan. He said that the stand of Pakistan on Kashmir is just, legal and is on high moral grounds. Malik Liaquat Ali paid rich tributes to Kashmiri freedom fighters and hoped that their sacrifices will be rewarded with liberation of Kashmir. Trophies and certificates were   distributed among the participating students. 





Prof. Dr. Fakhr-ul-Islam, Director, Pakistan Study Centre University of Peshawar addresssed the Kohat University Conference on "Peghama-e-Pakistan: A Counter Narrative against Terrorism". The conference was presided over by VC KUST Prof Dr Sardar Khan while Major General Aqib Iqbal GOC Kohat was the Chief Guest.

Speaking on the theme of "National Integration" , Dr Fakhar highlighted various aspects of national unity. He presented his 5-point model for development and national coherence i.e Unity of Thought, Sense of responsibility, discipline, patience and cleanliness. Mr. Muhammad Ayaz HoD of Pakistan Studies also spoke  on the occasion.


leftThe University of Peshawar is a public sector university in the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. The university was established in October 1950 by Mr. Liaquat Ali Khan, the first Prime Minister of Pakistan as an offshoot of Islamia College Peshawar, which was founded in 1913.  read more