Quaid-E-Azam Political Science Society
Quaid-e-Azam Political Science Society (QPSS) was established in 1970 to provide students of the department an opportunity to excel in co-curricular activities. QPSS organizes seminars, lectures, discussions on various national and international issues and topics. The society has established a Study Circle, Movie Club, and Quaid-e-Azam Youth Assembly; and publishes a student journal “Expressions”.
Prof. Dr. Asghar Zaidi
Dr. Fouzia Ghani
|Quaid-e-Azam Political Science Society|
|1||President||Shehryar & Eman Fatima|
|2||General Secretary||Ahmad Faraz|
Interactive Session with AIESEC (March 03, 2015)
AIESEC Organising Committee Vice President Mr. Awais Shabeer joined us and gave an explanatory session on the activities of AIESEC, its youth global cultural exchange program and the upcoming summer global internship drive.
Invited Guest: Ms. Fauzia Viqar (December 09, 2014)
Topic: Human Rights Day
She discussed with the students the need of legislation for basic human right in Pakistan.
Invited Guest: Mr. Raza Kazim (September 26, 2014)
Topic: Democracy and Social Change; Hope and prospects for Pakistan
Mr. Raza Kazim spoke on the prospects for Pakistan in Democracy in a very informal and interactive way with the students. It seemed he was giving a lecture to a class of students while discussing it with them taking their views and correcting them where they made any mistake. His grandson, Ali Noor, the famous lead singer of the rock band “Noori” also joined this session.
Glimpses of Last Session
Visit to National Assembly of Pakistan
Lecture by Dr. Marvin G. Weinbaum
Dr. Butt Presenting Souvenir to Dr. Marvin G. Weinbaum
Dr. Marvin G. Weinbaum answering questions of the students
Lecture by Mr. Aftab Iqbal (Department Alumni)
Dr. Butt thanking the guest speaker
Lecture by Mr. Shamshad Ahmed Khan
Shamshad Ahmed Khan answering Questions of the Students
Group Photo with Guest Speaker and the Vice Chancellor
Farewell Party of MA Evening Programme
An Interactive Session with Fawzia Mirza
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