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Faculty of Natural Sciences

Our passionate Faculty of Natural Sciences works to expand human knowledge along with giving benefit to society through research integrated with education and welcome student’s participation in their new research programs. Our graduates progress with the skill to construct better human race through the relevance of vital scientic knowledge, its doctrine and the moral instructions to use that knowledge for the excellence of community.

The Faculty of Natural Sciences oer diverse qualications in various disciplines comprising Biotechnology, Botany, Chemistry, Physics, Geography, Zoology, Environmental Sciences and Pharm. D supported by relevant and integrated trainings.
Our academic sta is committed and strives to embed students at all levels (graduate & postgraduate) with scientific information, research activities and life skills in order to evoke success for their careers. Our coreobjective is to impart high quality of education, research and the implementation of expertise in different fields of life.


So, if this is your theme to exercise your mind and provoke your interest we would like to inculcate inquisitiveness as an  additional assessment. Science students should be esteemed, because more or less all major advances and inltrations to Science have come about simply because of the curio with which scientists have chased research in their elected fields. We wish you great time with us.

Prof Dr. Bushra Khan

Incharge, Faculty of Natural Sciences

Departments:

        Department of Biotechnology & Microbiology                           Department of Botany

        Department of Chemistry                                                        Department of Environmental Science

        Department of Geography                                                      Department of Mathematics

        Department of Pharmacy                                                        Department of Physics

        Department of Zoology