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Research Festival 2014

On the occasion of 150 years of excellence of GC University, Lahore, the Department of Statistics, GCUL also celebrated its Golden Jubilee. In this connection, Statistics Society, Department of Statistics organized a “Research Festival 2014” on May 16, 2014, which was largely attended by the students of various local colleges and universities. The competition was judged by prominent faculty members, from department of Statistics, Punjab University, Kinnaird College and GCU, Lahore.

Three students from Lahore College for Women, University also participated in the competition. While inaugurating the festival, Vice Chancellor of the GCU, Lahore highly appreciated the efforts and skills of the students of LCWU.

In the end, the winning students were awarded shields and certificates. Anum Fatima from Lahore College for Women University, Lahore was declared first whose poster skillfully portrayed her research endeavors which indeed motivated interest in students. Her work was well appreciated by all and sundry attending the occasion which was said to be knowledgeable and imaginative and the way she defended her work was also lauded by the judges.  Later, the Vice Chancellor gave away shields and certificates to the winning students.

Performance Acknowledgement of Ms Naz Saud

It is a matter of great pride for the Department of Statistics, Lahore College for Women University that Ms Naz Saud, (Lecturer) has been completed her M.Phil in Statistics from Punjab University, Lahore.

The topic of her thesis is ‘Two New Lifetime Distributions and Their Goodness of Fit Testing’. She worked under the Supervision of  Dr. Sohail Chand.

Performance Acknowledgement of Ms Asifa Kamal

It is a matter of great pride for the Department of Statistics, LCWU that Ms Asifa Kamal, (Assistant Professor) has been awarded Ph.D in Statistics from GCU, Lahore.

The topic of her thesis is  ‘Analysis of the effect of socio economic and proximate determinants of fertility on birth interval and children ever born women in Pakistan’. She worked under the Supervision of Prof. Dr. Khalid Pervaiz.