Department of Political Science


Ethnicity , Multiculturalism and Religious Equality

Political Science Dept LCWU conducted a series of lectures on the topic of Ethnicity ,Multiculturalism and Religious equality on 11th Jan and 12 Jan 2018. In this connection department invited the distinguished guest Prof Dr. Tariq Modood from Bristol University U.K. He shared thought-provoking  propositions with the students and the teachers. His research comprised the descriptive traits and religious dynamics of Muslim community in British society.

Department of Pakistan-Studies/Political Science/IR celebrated 23rd March 1940 Pakistan Day

The department of Pakistan-Studies/Political Science/IR celebrated 23rd March 1940 Pakistan Day on 22nd March 2016 at Student service center under the supervision of Chairperson Prof. Mobina Ali. Organizer of this program was Ms Raheela Shafique and coordinators were Mrs. Bushra Zeeshan, Mrs Shakeela Hashmi and Mrs Nadira Shafi, Hamna Khan, Sana Asif and Sumera Zafar. The Chief guest was Prof. Zumurad Safdar (Advisor of Art and Culture) from Department of Fine Arts This function was attended by the students and teachers of various departments of the university.  This function was consisted on four major competitions: Quiz, National songs essay writing and poster making. The quiz competition won by Department of IR and runners up were Department of Pakistan-Studies. In the National song competition, judges were Dr. Humaira Irshad, Head of Urdu Department and Dr. Taqdees Zahara Department of Urdu and Anum Shahzad (Department of English) got first prize and Yusra (Department of IR) got second position, and third position Maira Aziz (Department of Urdu) and Muqaddas Afzal (Pakistan-Studies). In the Essay writing competition, judges were Dr. Qamar Fatima, Samia Shahid (Department of Pakistan-Studies) got first prize and Eiza Naeem (Department of Pakistan-Studies) got second position, and third position Munazza Batool (Department of Political Science) and Muqaddas Afzal. In poster competition judges were Dr. Masooma and Prof. Zumurad Safdar from Department of Fine Arts Mahnoor Munir got first position and Samia Farooq got second position and Maryam Ayaz got third position. At the end of the function the student of Pakistan-Studies presented a beautiful tablo.

Kashmir Day

Department of Pol.Sci/ I.R/Pakistan Studies has arranged a program regarding “Kashmir Day” on February 4, 2016 in Lecture Theater of Maa Com. Department.

The Program In charge was Head of the Department of Pol.Sci /Pak.Studies /I.R Mrs Mobina Ali and organizer was Miss Raheela Shafique. The program was attended by the Students and the teachers of Pol.Sci /Pak.Studies/I.R and Mass Com.
The Program was continued on following pattern:

  • Recitation of Holy Quran was presented by Aliya Arif (Student of BS 1Pak.Studies)
  • Naat was presented by Miss Nuzhat
  • A Documentary was presented
  • An introductory speech was made by Minhal Arif (Student of BS 1Pak.Studies)
  • A Kashmir Song was presented
  • Speech on “Human Right Violation” was made by Miss Maryam Azam
  • A Kashmir Song was presented
  • A concluding speech was made by Dr. Qamar Fatima
  • Poster Making Competition was conducted and Winner was Anisa Daud  (Student of BS 1Pak.Studies)
  • A Kashmir Song was presented at the end of program.

Two Days Program to Pay Tribute to the Martyrs of APS Peshawar

On 15th and 17th December 2015, the department of Political Science/Int-Relations/Pak.Studies arranged a program to pay tribute to the martyrs of APS Peshawar. On 15th Dec’15, a Peace Walk was organized in which students and staff from different disciplines participated.
Students were carrying different holdings and placards to show their commitment to eradicate terrorism and its impact from the state of Pakistan, consequently from the world community as well.Prof Dr Uzma Quershi (Acting VC), Directors, Deans and Head of Departments from various Department also joined the walk.
Children of Elementary School of LCWU also took part in Peace Walk. Peace walk started from PG Block I and ended at in front of Bushra Mateen Building., where students recited National Anthem and Songs. This walk was organized by Ms Saima Butt and Ms Nadia Zaheer.

Day II 17th Dec’15: In continuation of activities in paying tribute to the martyrs of APS Peshawar, a ceremony was arranged at Student Service Center LCWU. Dr Prof Bushra Mateen was the guest of honor. Deans, Directors and Head of Departments from different Departments grace the occasion. The program started with the recitation of Holy Quran, followed by the National Songs. Afterwards, a documentary prepared by the Department of Int-Relations, named Implications of Terrorism on Pakistan was played.
Then a Play prepared by the students of BS III Int-Relations was performed under the direction of Ms Maryam Azam, which was highly appreciated by the audience. Then the students from APS Lahore sung a song for their fellows of APS Peshawar. Later, the guest of honor shared her views. The ceremony ended with the Vote of Thanks by Prof Mobina Ali (Chairperson Dept of Pol.Sci/IR/Pak.St)

23rd March Celebrations

The Department of Political Science/International Relations/Pak.Studies in collaboration with the History department and Directorate of Student Affairs arranged a function regarding 23rd March celebrations on 30th March 2015. Justice (R) Nasira Javed was the Chief Guest. The program comprised of different events. Mrs Mobina Ali and Dr Zahida highlighted the importance of Two-Nation theory.
Documentaries were showed regarding life of Quaid-e-e Azam and Facts of Pakistan. An inter Departmental Quiz program was also conducted which was won by the students of BS International Relations. The program was coordinated by Miss Nadia Zaheer of International Relations department.

Issues of Baluchistan

The Department of Political Science organized a lecture on the topic" Issues of Baluchistan" on 16th Jan 2014. The Guest speaker was Kalimullah Baraich, Assistant Prof, from the University of Baluchistan.

He highlighted the issues and problems of Baluchistan like Tribal features nationalist sentiments, provincial autonomy, economic deprivation and center provincial relation. at the end, a beneficial and academic discussion was made between the speaker and faculty members and students of Pol.Sci/IR/Pak.St to find out the solutions of this issue.

The Head of Department, LCWU Mrs Mobina Ali presented a souvenir and bouquet to the guest speaker. 

Quaid's Day Celebration

The Department of Political Science/Int-Relations/Pak.Studies celebrated Quaid-e-Azam day. Guest Speaker Prof. Dr Irum Khalid from Punjab University was invited. Dr Irum delivered a very comprehensive lecture on the role of leadership in Pakistan. She identified those factors where are responsible for the division of state and society. She highlighted that we as a nation are supposed to follow golden verses of Quaid-e-Azam in letter and spirit to avoid profligacy and consumerism. We should try to prop up our genuine values and norms through our educational system.

The students of BS IV International Relations showed a documentary on Quaid’s life. Acting VC and Dean of Social Science Dr. Ayesha Rohi also graced the event and shared her views. At the end the Chairperson of Pol.Sci dept Mrs Mobina Ali gave vote of thanks to the speaker and audience.