MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING SIGNED

 

15th May, 2018 GC Women University signed an MOU with Pakistan Institute of Development Economics (PIDE) in Islamabad on their campus. Both parties agreed to collaborate to superimpose the existing individual efforts of both towards awareness amongst students related to all the faculties currently in place within the respective universities, especially considering policy making and aspects of development in economics by all possible means, true women empowerment, socio-cultural and socio-economics initiatives, welfare contributions, basic human rights and above all a peaceful co-existence and integration in society.

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5th April, 2018 GC Women University signed an MOU with JMS Tradewell Pvt. Ltd., a premium leather apparels tanning and manufacturing company in Sialkot. Both parties will strive to superimpose the existing efforts by the company management in reverse engineering of the imported chemicals as well as enhancing the quality of in use local chemicals for tanning which will ultimately observe increase in exports as well. As a university, GCUWS can truly support company management for research and development in the areas of leather product development, improving chemical processes and quality enhancement of the existing processes. This collaboration will also be helpful to the company management in building and sustaining the company’s corporate social responsibility image by creating social awareness campaigns in the community about sensitivity of management towards the associated health and environmental hazards and available mechanisms to tackle them. GCWUS will surely assist the company to extend its relations with Leather Working Group (LWG) by establishing research based methodologies for purifying the waste carrying chromium and other health hazardous chemicals during the tanning process other than doing the same afterwards which will surely reduce the volatility waste exponentially then ever.

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5th April, 2018 GC Women University signed an MOU with District Health Authority, Sialkot under the auspicious of Punjab Health Department and District Government. Both parties will strive to superimpose the existing efforts of District Health Authority in line with the vision of Punjab Health Department. As a university, GCUWS can truly support Authority in research and development of issues related to health sector and their social impacts. This collaboration will also be helpful to company management in building and sustaining the government’s image of their social responsibilities by creating social awareness campaigns in the community about sensitivity of mentioned areas and the mechanism to address them.

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22nd March, 2018 GC Women University signed an MOU with University of Lahore, Gujrat Campus. Both parties agreed to share their knowledge resources and venue for constructive activities. As a very constructive step towards enhancing collaboration in the region both universities will observe faculty and student exchange programs and support each other’s vision and mission.

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27th January, 2018 GC Women University, Sialkot signed an MOU with International Muslim Women Union (IMWU) which is a non-governmental organization in consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations. MOU was signed to explore the true potential of women empowerment in the light of principles of Islam.

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12th December, 2017 The Institutional Agreement is drawn up between Intellectual Property Organization of Pakistan (IPO – Pakistan) and Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan and Government College Women University Sialkot (GCWUS) in HEC, Islamabad to establish and develop Technology and Innovation Support Centers (TISCs) network. Manager ORIC, Mr. Sohaib Saleem signed the agreement of the behalf of The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Farhat Saleemi.

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The project aims to provide an enabling IP environment for technology scouting, adaptation and innovation in Pakistan. Specifically, the project is expected to encourage the incremental and economical innovations at Universities and Research Institutes by enhancing the institutional capacity to effectively exploit the high quality technical information present in patent as well as scientific and technical literature databases.
A Technology Innovation Support Center (TISC) will provide following basic level services and additional services according to the need of GCWUS.

Basic Level Services

  1. Provide access to Patent and/or non-patent literature databases;
  2. Provide services on patent search & analysis;
  3. Provide training on access & use of patent information.

Additional Services

  1. Provide advice and support to the inventors in drafting patent applications and its filing;
  2. Provide general knowledge on national IP laws and international IP systems/procedures;
  3. Provide advice on the IP aspects of Commercialization;
  4. Provide advice on licensing.

December 12, 2017 GCWUS signed MOU with Security and Exchange Commission SECP Islamabad. Dean Administrative and Management Sciences, Prof. Dr. Hafiz Khalil Ahmad had the honors of signing the MOU on the behalf of the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Farhat Saleemi. This will provide our graduating students with an opportunity to get practical knowledge about managing financial investment in a safe and prudent way before entering the practical life.

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Thursday 26th Jan, 2017A Memorandum of Understanding signed between Govt. College Women University Sialkot and Leather Product Development Institute Sialkot.
In Conjunction with this eminent event, Leather Product Development Institute will be offering a special training Program to pave the pathway and educate our students with the relevant knowledge and skills set to help them during transition into the skills sector such as: LPDI will reserve 40% seats for GCWUS students in each below mention training course:

  • Production Planning and Control
  • Quality Control
  • Fashion Designing
  • Merchandizing Management Techniques

Both institute focused on the collaboration at faculty and student level to share knowledge, expertise, and communication skills.

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18th March, 2016 The MOU was signed between Pakistan Study Centre of Punjab University and GC Women University, Sialkot. MOU was signed for exploring joint educational opportunities and research activities. Under this MoU, both institutes would have access to each other’s libraries, books, data and publications. And would also share and exchange research information and material. Both institutes agreed to provide research supervisors and co-supervisors for MPhil program and advance levels of studies.

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2nd September, 2016 The Memorandum of Understanding was entered into by and between Seerat Study Centre (SSC), Sialkot and GC Women University, Sialkot. Both parties recognizing that academic collaboration between SSC and GCWUS will be useful for the advancement of research and knowledge in the fields of Islamic History, Islamic Banking, Seerat-un-Nabi (PBUH) and Benefits of implementation of Islamic Principals in the society or other research areas in the scope of both the parties that will bring mutual benefit.

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20th April, 2016
In order to establish mutual collaboration between the Educational Institutions and the Rescue 1122, Punjab Emergency Services Rescue 1122, Sialkot and GC Women University, Sialkot endorses this Memorandum of Understanding and mutually agreed to share knowledge and experience. A close and meaningful cooperation between Rescue 1122 and GC University would encourage quick and correct response from the students in the university in case of any emergency, enhance level of awareness of teachers/students in particular and their associated community in general, this will lead to community safety and especially to formulate effective emergency response system. This Memorandum will remain effective for Ten years after it is signed in by both of the parties and will be extendable by the expiration of the tenure.

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1stDecember 2015 SialkotMemorandum of understanding signed between GC Woman University Sialkot and Khawaja Muhammad Safdar medical college Sialkot on joint cooperation to provide quality education and research opportunities to the students of both institutions.
Both institute focused on the collaboration at faculty and student level to share knowledge, expertise, and communication skills. MOU will enable the two institutes to cooperate in areas such as exchange of visits of students and faculty members, training programs and scientific research.

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September 22, 2015, Sialkot
A Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) was signed between Sialkot Chamber of Commerce and Industry (SCCI) and Govt. College Women University Sialkot at the premises of the SCCI. Sialkot, The purpose of doing these MoU is to promote academia-industry linkages and to conduct joint research activities that would facilitate the advancement and innovation in industries because bridges needed to be built to connect universities with clusters of industries to meet the emerging needs of society. This MoU will help in conceptualization and conversion of innovative ideas into technologically reliable economic opportunities. The linkage over 5 years would lead to collaboration in joint projects. The linkage is a significant step taken by GC Women University Sialkot in promoting higher education through external linkages.

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August 27, 2015 in Peshawar
Prof. Dr. Razia Sultana, Vice Chancellor, Shaheed Benazir Bhutto Women University and Prof Dr. Farhat Saleemi GC Women University, Sialkot signed MoU on August 27, 2015. Mr. Parvez Khattak, Chief Minister, KPK graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Mr. Mushtaq Ghani, Minister for Higher Education was also present on the occasion.
The main aim of the consortium was the promotion of education and inculcation of the research culture among female students. The main areas of the MOU were.

  1. Joint Research collaborations and joint publications of scientific papers and educational materials resulting from the collaboration within program cooperation.
  2. Joint courses, graduate and undergraduate student mobility such as internships and fellowships.
  3. Exchange of Faculty, trainees and staff as appropriate.
  4. Participation in, and co-hosting of lectures, meetings, seminars, symposia and conferences.
  5. Exchange of materials, publications and other information, within limits of legal rules and regulations.
  6. Joint application for funding for collaborative projects from relevant funding agencies.
  7. Collaboration in other areas that foster research and educational cooperation.
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19th August 2015, Islamabad
GC Women University signed an MOU with Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU), Islamabad. AIOU will soon set up an ‘entrepreneurship center’ on its main campus to help guide students undertake business ventures.
The center will also encourage young researchers to come up with innovative ideas for the development of industrial sector as well as set up their own businesses. Students of the two universities will be allowed to use their respective labs, libraries and other academic infrastructure to boost their knowledge and expertise in relevant fields.

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19thAugust 2015, Islamabad
The Pakistan Agricultural Research Council (PARC) and Government College Women University Sialkot (GCWUS) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) for cooperation to strengthen scientific infrastructure. According to the MoU, both the organizations would pursue programmes of scientific, technical and academic collaboration for the exchange of ideas, skills and techniques on problems of national interest. They would jointly supervise MS and PhD scholars, exchange and train faculty, students and supervisors and would exchange technical personnel and material. The MoU envisages joint and coordinated scientific research and technological development programmes in selected areas besides holding of joint conferences, seminars, symposia and workshops at national and international level. The two organizations would have access to each other’s knowledge, data, library and labs and would also share and exchange scientific information, research materials and internships. The MoU further states that internees of GCWU would be facilitated at PARC laboratories for their research projects while GCWU would facilitate PARC scientists on research activities in Sialkot. Moreover, both the organizations would disseminate results of studies through joint publications.

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