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1- Visit of VC LCWU, with faculty members to IRAN

A delegate under the headship of Vice – Chancellor, Lahore College for Women University, Lahore and four faculty members visited Iran in November, 2008. They nice time there; and visited Mashaad, Tehran and Qauum. They visited universities like Firdowsi University of Mashaad (FUM) and Imam Sadiq University, Tehran.

2- Iran Envoy Visit LCWU

Consul General of Iran Ali Nikan and Director General Iranian cultural center Abbas Famoori visited the Lahore College for Women University, Lahore on Friday 25th September 2010

3- Lecture of Iranian Professor Dr. Bajwand

Professor Bajwand, a scholar from the University of Science and Technology, Tehran delivered a special lecturer at Iranology Center Lahore College for Women University, Lahore on Friday. He said that Pakistan and Iran have a common heritage in literature and culture can cooperate in many academic areas like technology, literature, art and research.

He further said that student exchange program can increase the cooperation in academics. Saadi Sherazi and Allama Muhammad Iqbal are equally popular in both brother countries. Prof. Bajond said that Iranian government is taking steps to take women in all fields of life and are known atomic scientist in Iran is a lady. Mrs. Riffat Saqlain, Dean of Arts, Noshaba Farooq, Project Director Iranology Centre Faleeha Kazmi, faculty members and students of Persian department were also present on this occasion. He highlighted the literacy work of Sheikh Saadi Sheerazi and answered the questions from students. Project Director Iranology Centre Faleeha Kazmi said that it is the first event by our centre.

Iranology Centre was established last month and the main purpose of the creation of the library – cum – seminar room in the centre is to provide approach to young women graduates and literary scholars to Persian Language and Literature. It is also functioning to familiarize them with the rich culture and traditions of Iran. The centre have computer lab, a LCD TV, a water dispenser, tiles (imported from Mashad, Iran) and furniture and fixture by the Iran government. Purpose of this to explain the women graduates and faculty of Lahore College for Women University with the culture of Iran, so that they can take benefit of this resource.

Miss Faleeha Kazmi added that the centre will establish a strong bond between the two nations i.e., Iran and Pakistan. There has been an extraordinary plan of Lahore College for Women University, Lahore in Iran through the Iranology Center. It has developed an active collaboration between Iranian universities and Lahore College, the largest women university in Asia having ten thousand students.

Professor Bajwand, a scholar from the University of Science and Technology, Tehran delivered a special lecturer at Iranology Center Lahore College for Women University, Lahore on Friday. He said that Pakistan and Iran have a common heritage in literature and culture can cooperate in many academic areas like technology, literature, art and research.