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Annual Report
2011
M.Phil. Produced:
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International Research Papers published in 2011:
1. “ The Neglected Admini st rat ive Foundat ions of Paki stan's
ConstitutionalDemocracy.”New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 13, No.
2, 52-66.
2. “Provincial Administration in Pakistan and the Crisis of Order and
Development.”
South Asia: Journal of South Asian Studies Volume 34, Issue 2, 2011, 232-254.
3. “Advising the State: Bureaucratic Leadership and the Crisis of Governance in
Pakistan, 1952-2000”. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, London (UK) (2011),
21: 41-53 Copyright © The Royal Asiatic Society 2011 DOI :
10.1017/S1356186310000581 (About DOI) Published online: 20 Jan 2011
Conferences Attended:
Presentation on US Policy towards Pakistan: at conference on 'Obama's
Afghan Policy: Impact on FATA' arranged by Community Appraisal &
Motivation Programme (CAMP) in coordination with the Department of
Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad on
Tuesday, February 22, 2011. The event was supported by the Embassy of the
Federal Republic of Germany.
Discussant in one-day roundtable on the World Development Report
organized Safer world, a UK-based independent Non-governmental
organization, and Community Appraisal and Motivation Programme (CAMP),
Wednesday, August 17, 2011.
8.
Mr. Fakhar Bilal,
Lecturer
Qualification:
M. Sc., M. Phil (QAU) Enrolled in Ph. D, Department of History, QAU
Field of Specialization:
Medieval South Asia, Political Leadership, Political Parties, Mughal History
Reach Project: R&DOverview
Initiated an interest for partnership with YES and British Council to Launch
Youth Enterprise Generator Program at QAU campus for Faculty of Social
Science through Chairperson History Department and Dean, Faculty of Social
Sciences.
Conferences Attended:
International History Conference, 2011
Research and Publications
1.
Fakhar Bilal
Administrative Setup
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