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  • Tuesday, April 9, 2019

  • CUI

  • CCRD

  • Monday, April 8, 2019

  • CUI

  • Mathematics

Date: 11th April, 2019,
Time: 02:00 pm to 03:00 pm 
Venue: Conference room (Department of Mathematics)
Speaker: Dr. Naqeeb ur Rehman  (AIOU, Islamabad)

Abstract: This seminar is about self-distributive structures in Algebra as remnants of groups (aka racks by J. Conway), in Geometry as symmetric spaces (aka Kei by M. Takasaki), and in Topology as knot invariants (aka Quandles by D. Joyce).

  • Tuesday, April 2, 2019

  • Business

  • INIT

The day will focus around –Security, Communication, Mobility, Education and Emergency

Aim: The day will comprise of showcasing of innovation on accessibility, workshops, engagement of new participants from the accessibility community and sensitizing our regular participants. (in parallel with other workshops that will take place during the WSIS Forum)

This very practical hands-on workshop will involve all participants in sharing their experiences on how we turn the many good policies and strategies relating to ICTs and accessibility/disability into practical actions on the ground that will help to empower those with all types of disabilities. It draws on experiences gained during similar workshops held elsewhere, including at the Commonwealth Ministerial Summit on e-Accessibility held in London in 2012, a Caribbean workshop on ICTs for people with disabilities held in Antigua in 2015, and an expert meeting on Disability-inclusive technology and innovation held at UNESCAP in Bangkok in 2018.

Participants will co-create mind-maps highlighting the challenges that remain to be overcome in turning policy in practice, and ways though which these can be overcome. 
This will then be developed into a declaration on action which all participants will subsequently be invited to share more widely through their networks.

  • Monday, April 1, 2019

  • CUI

  • International Office

The Cultural Affairs Office in the Public Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy Islamabad of the epartment of State is pleased to announce an open competition for assistance awards through this Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO), contingent on funding availability, through the Public Diplomacy Grants Program.

CAO Islamabad’s purpose in funding projects under this opportunity is to enable civil society groups to implement projects utilizing cultural heritage to mobilize and improve their communities and/or stimulate economic empowerment while protecting their heritage. Programs should have a component for youth and/or school age children, a well-defined social media component, and an education component that broadens community awareness of cultural preservation.

Since 2010, U.S. Embassy Islamabad has supported dozens of cultural heritage projects. Cultural preservation increases public awareness of Pakistan’s rich and diverse heritage; contributes to a more resilient, prosperous nation; and strengthens national unity and pride. Cultural preservation projects therefore have the ability to mobilize and improve communities as well as enhance local economic stability and youth employment prospects.

CAO Islamabad is looking for applicants to present innovative and effective ways to integrate cultural preservation into programs that develop and improve conditions for local communities in Pakistan. For purposes of this NOFO, cultural heritage includes both tangible (i.e. objects, buildings or structures that have been in existence for a period of not less than seventy-five (75) years) and intangible, traditional forms of expression, including, but not limited to: traditional performing arts, visual arts, language, and literature. Applicants should propose project ideas that focus on preserving Pakistani communities’ cultural heritage  while strengthening and mobilizing the communities in the process.

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  • Monday, April 1, 2019

  • CUI

  • SSBC

“Seventh Management Committee meeting was held on 28th March, 2019, at SSBC hall ground floor Islamabad wherein seventeen students (along with their group members) presented their business ideas in front of Management Committee for enrollment of SSBC Batch-VI”.