Sustainable Cities and Communities

Focal Person for SDG-11

Dr. Nausheen Mazhar

Designation: Assistant Professor 

Department: Geography

Qualification: PhD. Geography, Post-Doctoral Scholar

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1. Arts and Heritage

Events 2020-2021

Events 2019

2. Preservance of Cultural Heritage

Fareeha Basit Khan Literary Society (FBK) is one of the most extensively dynamic and vibrant societies in the realm of University’s extra-curricular activities. Seeking to enhance the students’ taste in anything that gyrates around the perception of ‘literary’ and to provide them with a milieu which promotes interaction between like-minded people in the campus to cultivate a course of action of combined creative exchange and development.

  • "The Bridge" is a creative writing venture based on the idea of connecting writers from around the globe, bringing them to a platform where they can showcase their work and build multi-ethnic ties through their writings.     
Events 2020-2021
Events 2019


1. Sustainable Commuting
  • LCWU Transport
    University buses offer sustainable commuting for both the students and faculty, to the campus, form various parts of the city.

  • LCWU BUS Fleet
2. Affordable Housing for Faculty
  • Staff quarters inside the university premises provide affordable housing to the non-teaching university staff.
3. Affordable housing for students
4. Planning and development
5. Remote Working
6. Pedestrian prioritization on campus

Pedestrian priority is promoted on campus through various walks arranged from time to time. During the walk and after it message is conveyed to the students and faculty that university roads, and paths are meant to prioritize pedestrian crossing. DSA arranged some significant walks in 2019: