Pakistan Institute Of Engineering And Applied Sciences (Education)

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Nestled in the serene setting of a beautiful countryside, Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS), Islamabad, is recognized as a preeminent federal public university devoted to higher education in specific disciplines of engineering, natural sciences and formal sciences. Although PIEAS offers BS, MS, MPhil and PhD degree programs, yet the postgraduate degree programs dominate. In addition to the degree programs, PIEAS also offers specialized short courses to engineers, scientists and other professionals for their continuing professional development.
  • Details
  • Name:

    Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences

  • In Urdu:

    پاکستان انسٹی ٹیوٹ آف انجینئرنگ اوراپلائیڈ

  • Type:

    Public Sector Residential Education and Research Institution

  • Rector:

    Dr. Nasir M. Mirza

  • Established:

    1967

  • Area:

    150 acres (0.61 km2; 0.23 sq mi)

  • Chancellor:

    Muhammad Naeem

  • Vice Chancellor:

    Dr. Muhammad Aslam

  • Former Names:

    Centre for Nuclear Studies (CNS) (1976-1997)

  • Academic staff:

    140+ including 100+ Phds

  • Administrative staff:

    550+

  • Students:

    1100+

  • Undergraduates:

    500+

  • Postgraduates:

    600+

  • Location:

    Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Colours:

    Urban, 360+ acre Colours Dark Green, White and Sky Blue

  • Campus:

    Islamabad

  • Doctoral students:

    100+

  • Phone:

    +92 51 111174327

  • Awards:

    Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz and Pride of Performance

  • Address:

    PIEAS, P.O. Nilore, Islamabad, Pakistan

  • Nickname:

    Pieas

  • Email:

    registrar@pieas.edu.pk

  • Fax:

    +92 51 2208070

  • Recognize By:

    Higher Education Commission, Islamabad

  • Website:

    http://www.pieas.edu.pk/

Welcome to PIEAS

PIEAS
PIEAS
The length of these courses varies from 2 to 18 months and the areas covered have included reactor supervision and operation, health physics, medical physics, laser technology, vacuum technology, computer applications advanced reactor safety and management sciences. PIEAS's highly qualified faculty matched with excellent infrastructure are instrumental in its endeavor to offer high quality education in the disciplines of engineering and applied sciences, fulfill national and regional requirements for highly qualified professionalsand contribute to the welfare of humanity through education, research and development.[1] Welcome to PIEAS 

Degree Program

The disciplines and the degree programs offered by PIEAS have been tabulated below. The regular duration of BS and MS / M Phil degree programs is 4 and 2 years, respectively.
DisciplineDegree ProgramDegree ProgramDegree Program
DisciplineBSMS / M PhilPhD
Chemical Engineering 
Electrical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
Metallurgy and Materials Engineering 
Nuclear Engineering 
Computer and Information Sciences
Medical Sciences 
Physics 

Fellowship Program

PIEAS
PIEAS
The majority of MS / M Phil students at PIEAS are sponsored by national organizations. The students receive a monthly stipend of Rs. 25000/-. The sponsored students do not pay any tuition fee and they are provided free hostel accommodation.On completion of MS / M Phil degree, the sponsored students are inducted by the sponsoring organizations with three premature increments and a benefit of 3-year service towards their first promotion.

Faculty

Faculty
Faculty
PIEAS has around 135 highly qualified full-time faculty members in the diverse fields of physical sciences, engineering and medicine. Eighty (80) of them have PhD degrees from the reputed institutions of USA, Canada, UK, Germany, France, China, Japan, Austria and Australia. Another 25 faculty members are expected to complete their PhD studies during 2013 and 2014. PIEAS faculty members have published more than 650 papers in international journals and have been decorated with 03 Sitara-e-Imtiaz, 02 Tamgha-i-Imatiaz, 3 President's Pride of Performance, 1 President's Medal for Technology, 1 Aizaaz-e-Kamal, 3 Aizaaz-e-Fazeelat, and 9 Best Teacher Awards.

Academic Infrastructure

  1. The PIEAS campus is sprawled over an area of about 150 acres. The physical structure comprises of 9 academic blocks, 8 workshops, production-plants for of liquid nitrogen and oxygen, 30 laboratories, lecture halls, video-conferencing facility, conference rooms, a 400-seat auditorium.
  2. PIEAS has a large number of well-equipped laboratories. The current major areas of academic and technical activities available at the institute are Computer and Control Systems, Applied Electronics, Applied Mathematics & Numerical Analysis, Analytical Chemistry, Nuclear Engineering, Materials Science & Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Radiation Physics, Optics & Laser Physics, Polymer laboratory and Nuclear Medicine.
  3. A state-of-the-art computer center with 200 computers provides computational facilities around the clock for seven days of a week. PIEAS is an associate of PERN network has the access to HEC Digital Library that can be accessed from any one of the 1500 nodes of PIEAS Local Area Network. Internet facilities are available even in student hostels. The PIEAS library holds a repository of more than 15000 artifacts and it also subscribes to both technical and academic journals. PIEAS Library has extended hours to facilitate students' access to the library. A new library block is under construction.

Residential Facilities

Pakistan Institute Of Engineering And Applied Sciences
Pakistan Institute Of Engineering And Applied Sciences
PIEAS provides hostel facilities for both female and male students. Majority of the students stays in the hostels. There are eight hostel blocks including a separate female hostel, subsidized mess, canteen, fitness centre, a rest-house, indoor and outdoor sports facilities.  A post office, a bank and shops for commonly required items are available in the vicinity. A newly constructed mosque is a recent addition.[2]  Residential Facilities 

Research and Industrial Liaison

PIEAS, today is a multi-faceted educational institution, with academic and training programs being conducted at the highest level in a broad spectrum of disciplines. These are complemented by an active R&D program, which now also extends to working on industry related projects. In this context, several products of industrial use, like PC-controlled drill machine, PC-controlled milling machine, and robotic manipulators have been developed. Specialized systems for educational purposes such as PC-controlled multi-variable tank have also been supplied to various institutions. Currently there are more than 100 doctoral candidates registered in the PhD program in Nuclear Engineering, Systems Engineering, Physics, Nuclear Medicine and Computer Science.

Tradition of Fairness Merit and Excellence

The educational programs at PIEAS are open to everyone who fulfills needed qualification and academic excellence. There is no quota of any sort. Admission to undergraduate programs is based upon performance in the entry test and the marks obtained in matriculation and FSc examinations. For candidates with O-level and A-level education, equivalent marks are used. Admission to the graduate programs is based upon the entry test and interview. However, the candidates must fulfill the minimum criteria of performance in the pre-requisite examinations and degree.

PIEASs Reputation

Regularity in classes and other academic activities has the top priority at PIEAS. Faculty members are highly qualified and devoted to their profession. The infrastructure and the environment at PIEAS are highly conducive for scholarly pursuits. All of these inputs facilitate turning out of a special class of graduates, who look forward to work on challenging technical tasks.

Ranking Honors and Awards

Performance of PIEAS graduates in national organizations has been outstanding and their contribution to national programs have been recognized through conferral of national civil awards, namely, Hilal-e-Imtiaz, Sitara-e-Imtiaz, Tamgha-e-Imtiaz and Pride of Performance. PIEAS’s excellence was recognized on the national level when PIEAS was declared to be the best Engineering University in Pakistan by the Higher Education Commission ( HEC) in its first ever ranking of universities in year 2006. PIEAS successfully defended its title as the Best Engineering University in Pakistan in HEC’s second ranking carried out in year 2012. PIEAS has active links with the reputed universities in developed countries and these links have been very helpful for excellent development of PhD program at PIEAS.

Departments

Department of Chemical Engineering

The Department of Chemical Engineering consists of a strong faculty of scientists and engineers, most of whom possess Ph.D. degrees from renowned overseas universities. The faculty members have academic backgrounds and relevant specializations in the areas of Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Minerals Engineering, and Basic and Applied Chemistry. This rich amalgam of various disciplines is the strength of our departmentallowing us to pursue R & D and conducting postgraduate academic and research programs in the general direction of Materials Processing The Department of Chemical Engineering offers extensive coursework in its both postgraduate programs, and has the depth and breadth of expertise to match. The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences was the first Pakistani University to offer full-time Masters' by coursework and Ph.D. programs by research work in engineering. It has continuously updated the contents of courses to ensure relevancy to the needs of government organizations and industry. Currently the Postgraduate programs of this Department are of 24 months duration with full time enrolment.[3]  Departments 

Department of Communication and Management Sciences

The Department of Communication and Management Sciences (DCMS) furthers the mission of PIEAS to impart academic excellence not only to produce competent engineers and medical doctors, proficient scientists and researchers, but also to produce individuals who can provide effective leadership at all levels, personnel with a groomed intellectual and emotional understanding of the organizational and global challenges in the face of volatile technologies, fragile economies and trading societies.  The objectives of the department are to:
  1. offer courses related to social and management sciences in both undergraduate and graduate degree programs of PIEAS
  2. offer management training programs for the officers of strategic commissions

Department of Computer and Information Sciences

The Department of Computer and Information Sciences (DCIS), immediately after its inception in May 2000, launched first four-year bachelor degree program at PIEAS. BS in Computer and Information Sciences (CIS) remained well reputed program recognized by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), accredited with the top category W. In the year 2001, DCIS launched its PhD program. The department has recently launched MPhil program in Computer Science. The main objective of the department is to produce quality graduates which could be absorbed in private & public sector as well as in strategic organization to conduct their jobs in excellent manner. We expect our graduates to possess high professional competence combined with humane and moral qualities after they finish their studies from DCIS.

Department of Electrical Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering started as a research group called Computer & Control Systems Group (C&CSG), with the main objectives of establishing research activities and training in the areas of Computer Sciences and Control Systems Engineering. The group launched MS Systems Engineering program in 1988. After restructuring of PIEAS, formerly known as Center for Nuclear Studies (CNS), it was separately established as Electrical Engineering Department in 2000. More than 300 scientists and engineers have graduated and currently 65 students are registered under M.S. Systems Engineering program. Ph.D. in Systems Engineering was started in 1999. Two students have been awarded Ph.D. degrees in Systems Engineering and 8 are currently pursuing their research leading to Ph.D. The first batch of BS Electrical Engineering students was inducted in Fall 2009 with specialization in Electronics. Specializations in Power and Computer Engineering will also be offered in the coming years.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at PIEAS has its prime objective of producing highly skilled professionals and researchers in the field of mechanical engineering. The department offers both undergraduate (BS) and graduate degree programs (MS, PhD) in mechanical engineering. Admissions in both the BS & MS programs are usually announced in April every year for the upcoming fall semester. Whereas, students in the PhD program are accepted all year-round.

Department of Medical Sciences

The vision of the Department of Medical Sciences (DMS) of PIEAS is "the advancement in Medical Sciences by taking leading role for excellence in academics and innovation, through strong commitment toward betterment of healthcare system". DMS is striving to train the medical doctors in the fields related to the use of radiation in medicine. Currently the department is offering MSc degree programmes in Nuclear Medicine and Radiation & Medical Oncology for medical doctors. These programmes are designed to provide them a thorough grounding in the principles and applications of diagnostic and therapeutic techniques using radiations and radioisotopes. During training medical doctors are also equipped with the necessary tools for carrying out meaningful research in their respective fields. Since Nuclear Medicine and Radiation & Medical Oncology are multidisciplinary fields that combine medicine, chemistry, physics, statistics, mathematics and computer sciences;the department also has a rich amalgam of full time and part time faculty comprising of physicians, radio-pharmacists, physicists, engineers, mathematicians and computer experts, all contributing in the programmes of DMS efficiently.

Department of Metallurgyand Materials Engineering

The Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering consists of a strong faculty of scientists and engineers, most of whom possess Ph.D. degrees from renowned overseas universities. The faculty members have academic backgrounds and relevant specializations in the areas of Materials Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Minerals Engineering, and Basic and Applied Chemistry. This rich amalgam of various disciplines is the strength of our departmentallowing us to pursue R & D and conducting postgraduate academic and research programs in the general direction of Materials Processing. The Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering offers extensive coursework in its both postgraduate programs, and has the depth and breadth of expertise to match. The Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences was the first Pakistani University to offer full-time Masters' by coursework and Ph.D. programs by research work in engineering. It has continuously updated the contents of courses to ensure relevancy to the needs of government organizations and industry. Currently the Postgraduate programs of this Department are of 24 months duration with full time enrolment.

Department of Nuclear Engineering

The vision of Department of Nuclear Engineering (DNE) is "to be a vibrant, proactive model department with conducive academic environment aiming for excellence in teaching and world class research". The mission of the program is to produce competent and academically sound, thoroughly trained nuclear engineers who are competent to work in the reactor operation, reactor design, reactor safety, nuclear fuel cycle and nuclear security, to carryout commissioning of new reactor facilities, to assist in developing advanced nuclear power systems thus bringing progress and prosperity to our nation and humanity. The programs of DNE are oriented towards objectives such as imparting high quality education in nuclear engineering and to inculcate culture of analysis and research among students.

Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics

Major objective of all courses and programs in the Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics (DPAM) is to develop in the student the modes of thought and scientific methods related to various branches of Physics, together with the essential skills of learning and of communication. The department aims at training students in the multi-discipline spirit of PIEAS by involving them in wide range of experimental and theoretical studies and at a sufficient depth to develop their intellectual and personal capabilities. Currently main research and education thrust of the department is in following areas:
  1. Medical Physics, Neutron Dosimetry Radiation Physics
  2. Lasers, Quantum Optics & Applied Electronics
  3. Computational Physics
  4. Reactor Physics
These areas will grow and diversify as the faculty and students evolve the department. Main training thrust will be to provide education in scientific methods of thoughts as detailed as possible through experimental and computational training in Physics and its relation to Technology and Engineering in all courses offered at the Department.

Division

Academic Services Division

Academic Services Division develops and delivers technologies, learning spaces, classroom support, and services that enhance teaching, research, and learning at PIEAS. Building upon deep engagement with faculty, students, and researchers, this division engages with other units at PIEAS to collaborate, share and integrate resources and services, minimize redundancies, and improve effectiveness.

Computational and Internet Service Devision

Computational and Internet Services Division (CISD) is dedicated to facilitate the teaching, learning, and research activities of its registered users (faculty, scholars and students ) by providing them computational services. The CISD offers a comprehensive computer services including Central Computing facilities including e-bank for books, numerous popular software bank, electronic mail, digital library, video conferencing, PCs Cluster, Computing Grid, hardware maintenance, printing and scanning facilities round the clock at 24/7 hours. These services are accessible campus-wide as well as from hostels and residential area of PIEAS. There is provision of 1500 nodes and currently more than 1200 nodes are active in PIEAS network.

Registration and Examination Division

The Registration and Examination Division is primarily responsible for admission, registration and examination related activities of the students. Furthermore, division is also looking after following activities:
  1. Placement of students to strategic organizations
  2. Coordination with affiliated institutes
  3. Financial assistance to needy students
Coordination with different organizations providing scholarships to PIEAS students

Residential Services Division

PIEAS offers on campus residence to its students as there are numerous benefits to living on campus including convenience, opportunities to develop life-long friendships, and to live in an environment that fosters the educational and personal growth of students. The mission of the Residential Services Division (RSD) of PIEAS is to provide the residential students a living environment that offers them support and assistance to maximize the achievement of their educational goals. RSD constantly strives to establish an environment that promotes the concepts of safety, self-respect, respect for others, tolerance and ethical behavior. Our goal is to offer residential facilities, programs and services that enhance student learning and support student success.

Student Affairs Division

Education is not only an academic facet of one's life; it should also be reflected in the overall personality of the individual. The social intractability, responsibility and civics sense are a few of the important learning objectives that must be gained through a balanced educational system. These ideas define the bases of education philosophy at PIEAS. We promote all such ideas that contribute towards building the personalities of our students so that they can play their active roles in the service of the nation in particular and the mankind in general. The Student Affairs Division (SADiv) at PIEAS is responsible for all the co-curricular activities at the Institute. With the above mentioned educational objectives, SADiv organizes a number of activities round the year to promote the mental and physical health of our students. The following are the regular activities / responsibilities of Student Affairs Division:
  1. Arrangement and coordination of the technical and recreational tours of PIEAS students
  2. Coordination of various co-curricular events at PIEAS (e.g. annual sports, cultural, religious functions etc.)
  3. Coordination of various co-curricular events outside PIEAS e.g. inter-university events, etc.
  4. Coordination of the PIEAS Expedition
  5. Coordinate the publishing of PIEAS magazine
  6. Coordination of student counseling and career planning activities

Public Relation Section

Public Relations Section has been established in PIEAS to handle dissemination of information pertaining to all aspects of academic, research, extracurricular and administrative activities carried out by its various components. Specifically, it is mainly responsible to keep all information updated regarding research publications of faculty members at PIEAS. This section publicizes information about all components of the Institute, namely faculties, departments, divisions, sections, etc. to relevant government and non-government organizations, other universities and the public at large. It also prepares and publishes useful data, information material, advertisements, etc. about PIEAS through circulars, newsletters, brochures, newspapers, magazines, periodicals and electronic media. 

Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics

Major objective of all courses and programs in the Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics (DPAM) is to develop in the student the modes of thought and scientific methods related to various branches of Physics, together with the essential skills of learning and of communication. The department aims at training students in the multi-discipline spirit of PIEAS by involving them in wide range of experimental and theoretical studies and at a sufficient depth to develop their intellectual and personal capabilities. Currently main research and education thrust of the department is in following areas:
  1. Medical Physics, Neutron Dosimetry Radiation Physics
  2. Lasers, Quantum Optics & Applied Electronics
  3. Computational Physics
  4. Reactor Physics
These areas will grow and diversify as the faculty and students evolve the department. Main training thrust will be to provide education in scientific methods of thoughts as detailed as possible through experimental and computational training in Physics and its relation to Technology and Engineering in all courses offered at the Department.

Research at PIEAC

PhD Program

As a result of pursing a well coordinated research program, PIEAS has produced about 80 PhD graduates in advanced areas of Science and Technology during last five years. Moreover, it is worth mentioning that the research activities leading to PhD is aligned with National need in the realm of socio-economic development. PIEAS has the honor of producing high quality man power which forms the back bone of national strategic programs. These graduates are working at leadership positions in various prestigious organizations of the country.

Publication in Last Five Year

It is again the auspicious outcome of our research program that PIEAS faculty and researchers have produced about 700 publications in the last five years. The work done by PIEAS faculty and researchers has application in industry which is reflected by wide citation of these publications.

Quality Research Focus

One of the main features of research at PIEAS is the PhD program which distinguishes PIEAS from other universities. For smooth running of PhD program, PIEAS has established Dean Research office. All the activities of this office are supervised by Dean Research PIEAS. The Dean Research office recommends and promulgates new research policy and oversees its implementation. The office formulates PhD rules and regulations through various PIEAS bodies including Council for Graduate Studies and Research (CGSR) and Academic Committee (AC). It coordinates with other PIEAS departments for successful running of the program.The highly qualified PIEAS faculty (with more than 80 PhDs) has an extensive PhD program in various fields of modern science and technology. The areas of research range from Nano Technology to Nuclear Engineering on one hand and from Bio Technology to Nuclear Medicine on the other. The main features of PIEAS PhD program are:
  1. Stringent criterion for admission in PhD
  2. Completion of research related course work before starting research work
  3. Qualifying examinations (Departmental and Subject qualifying exams)
  4. Publication of papers in ISI indexed Journals with high impact factor
  5. Thesis evaluation from foreign professors from technologically advanced countries
Keeping in view the infrastructure and number of PIEAS faculty, the number of PhD graduates per year is very healthy. It is worth mentioning that after getting degree awarding status in year 2000, PIEAS produced its first PhD graduate in year 2004. Dr. Imran Rafiq Chughtai was the first PhD graduate of PIEAS who defended his PhD thesis on March 15, 2004. Since then more than 90 scholars have completed their PhD in various areas of research. Presently more than 150 PhD students are registered in various departments of PIEAS in cutting edge technologies. Department-wise enrollment of PhD students at PIEAS is given below:
DepartmentNumber of PhD Graduates
Department of Mechanical Engineering01
Department of Electrical Engineering09
Department of Metallurgy and Materials Engineering21
Department of Chemical Engineering03
Department of Nuclear Engineering04
Department of Medical Sciences01
Department of Physics and Applied Mathematics35
Department of Computer and Information Sciences17
National Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering60

Affiliated Institute

In addition to looking after all the matters of research students registered in various departments at PIEAS, the Dean Research office also takes care of PhD students of the affiliated institutes like National Institute of Biotechnology and Genetic Engineering (NIBGE) Faisalabad and Karachi Institute of Power Engineering (KINPOE) Karachi. Presently more than 60 PhD students of NIBGE are also registered at PIEAS. The affiliation of Nuclear Institute of Agriculture and Biology (NIAB) and National Institute of Lasers and Optics (NILOP) with Pakistan Institute of Engineering and Applied Sciences (PIEAS) is nearing completion. This affiliation will add another 20 PhD scholars in the ambient of PIEAS research activities.

Office of Research Innovation Commercialization

Office of Research
Office of Research
The office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) has been established as a result of growing need for knowledge exchange in higher education institutions. The ORIC at PIEAS is established, in January 2012, as a result of the in depth study done at the University of Leeds, UK under the International Strategic Partnerships in Research and Education (INSPIRE), Developing Institutional Strategy for Knowledge Exchange (DISKE) and Strategic Partnership Extension: Knowledge Exchange (SPEKE) programs by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) and British Council, Islamabad. The ORIC is organized as per guidelines by the HEC on the following structure: The responsibility of various office holders as shown in the above ORIC organogram is follows:

Directors

It manage and enhance the research activities of the university, develop Research policies and priorities, work for fund raising for research, mobilize faculty, business community and industry for research commercialization and serve as an effective advocate for research with the university and to its broader community of stakeholders and supporters. His duties involve monetize royalty streams from licenses. Draft and monitor department budget. Oversee webpage, in conjunction with the web committee. Promote Institute success stories. Utilize success stories to leverage commercialization efforts. Collaborate with the Principal Liaison for Technical Marketing and Licensing on the commercialization of the Institute’s IP in coordination with manager industrial linkage. Other duties as assigned.

Manager of University-Industrial Linkages and Business Incubator Center Manager UIL and BIC

He will promote the development of public-private partnerships in support of university research, link the university’s research community with the needs and priorities of the corporate sector, develop opportunities for applied research and explore opportunities for technology transfer & the commercialization of university research. Manager will develop an organizational plan and recruit the necessary resources to grow the operation. He will implement the strategy and business development plan required to execute program initiatives that will enhance the reputation of the Incubator. The position also manages the operational aspects of the Incubator Program and works with member companies in aiding them in achieving their goals and objectives. 

Manager of Research Operations and Development Manager R and D

It supports the externally and internally sponsored projects of the institution by providing pre- and post-award support to PIs and ensuring compliance with Temple and sponsor regulations. The person will work in close liaison with the board of advance studies and research or office of sponsored research. It also provides overall vision to the institute research portfolio. The focus of this position is to foster collaborations among research faculty across departments and colleges, and to support the mentorship of junior faculty. Develop programs and activities that will increase funding for research from all public and private sources, establish and maintain excellent relationships with donors.

Manager Research Development

He will work and support the university research boards, ORIC and BIC and will be responsible for Review and analyse all new invention disclosures. Identify and establish collaborations and/or licensing agreements associated with the Institute’s intellectual property. Identify potential synergies for University with non-profit research Institutes and academic licensing offices. Enhance culture of IP capture, including an on-going evaluation of Institute research for IP potential. Conduct collaborative research agreement review for PIs conducting research under a contract with outside institutions. Oversee any litigation that may arise related to Institute IP. Also manage any infringement matters that may arise related to Institute IP.

Manager Finance

He will be responsible to take care of all the financial matters of the ORIC and maintain the record. Other duties as assigned. 

Manager Administration

He will be responsible to take care of all the administrative matters of the ORIC and maintain the record. Other duties as assigned. 

Manager Affiliated Departments

He will be the link person between the out of city department and the Director ORIC. He will also coordinate the activities related to ORIC with the other managers (UIL&BIC, R&D, Patents and IP, etc.).

Transport

A bus service has been arranged for the boarding students to travel to and from Rawalpindi/ Islamabad throughout each semester at scheduled hours.{:ref:{ Transport Support }} Private bus services also operate between Nilore, Rawalpindi and Islamabad. Students are also provided official transport for excursions, study tours and, in some cases, emergencies. The provisions for excursions and emergencies may be charged.


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