KARACHI, (Pakistan Point News - APP - 22th july, 2016) : The University of Karachi would award 41 Ph.D and 13 M.Phil degrees. This was announced by the Registrar of the institution, Prof. Dr. Mozzam Ali Khan on Friday. He said that the board of advance studies and Research (BASR), University of Karachi, in its meeting held under the chairmanship of Prof. Dr. Muhammad Qaiser, Vice Chancellor, accorded approval for award of 41 Ph.
D and 13 M.Phil degrees in various disciplines. The MPhil degrees were awarded to Sundus Sahbbir (Applied Chemistry), Irfan Ahmed (Chemistry), Kulsoom Javaid (Chemistry HEJ), Kashif Riaz (Applied Chemistry), Shaheen Akhter (Nematology NNRC), Humera Sultana (Economics), Uzma Tabassum, Munazah Nazeer, Lubna Naz, Usama Ather (Applied Economic Research Centre), Bibi Zareena (Chemistry HEJ), Aatika Sikandar (Nematology NNRC), Syed Raza Mehdi Rizvi (Botany).
The Ph.D degrees were awarded to Jawed Aziz Masudi (Criminology), Dilshad Khan (Social Work), Hafiz Muhammad Bilal (Pharmacology), Fozia Israr (Pharmaceutics), Shafi Muhammad (Pharmacognosy), Ale Zehra (Pharmaceutics), Afsha Choudhary (Pharmacology BMSI), Muhammad Ayaz (Pharmacognosy), Mehwish Rizvi (Pharmaceutics), Masood Ilyas Khan (Pharmacology), Sabahat Naeem (Pharmaceutical Chemistry), Muhammad Aslam (Pharmacology), Uroos Alam (Chemistry), Erum Khadija (Zoology), Hina Muddasir, Shazia, Tooba Lateef (Biochemistry), Maqsood Sarwar (Mathematics), Muhammad Zain Abbas (Computer Science), Mussarat Memon (Zoology), Qaiser Abbas (Clinical Psychology), Muhammad Kamran Qureshi (Islamic Learning), Ruby Sardar (Quran & Sunnah), Muhammad Asif (Law), Natasha Kiran (European Studies (ASCE)), Ann Samson (education), Moiz Khan (General History), Aftab Ahmed Khan (urdu), Humaira Siddiqui (Pharmacology), Iftikhar Ahmad Baig (Pharmacognosy), Shahla Imam (Pharmacognosy), Farid Ahmed, Syed Muhammad Saad, Munira Taj Muhammad (Chemistry HEJ), Shahzada Khurram Khan Alwi (Education), Sadaqat Hussain (Mathematics), Mehwish Manzoor (Chemistry), Mariam Sophie (Biotechnology (KIBGE)), Saman Ehsen (Botany ISHU), Amna Jabbar Siddiqui (Chemistry HEJ), and Muhammad Kashif (Political Science).