Re: [pakhtu] UET Peshawar
- Dear Farrukh Inam,
Thanks for the feeling for UET Peshawar. I fel you have made a
good observation that the UET lacks the practical aspect.UET
needs help in developing its library, laboratories, helping the
teachers in tecniques of teaching, improvement of curriculum
and facilitating in student-faculty exchange with other similar
Your idea of forming an alumni in the west is good. Please go
ahead with it. You be the convenor. Dr qureshi and dr Kamal
Khan will be the first to join. I promise to work for a similar role
here in Pakistan.
A few tasks before the said body could be: arranging student-faculty
exchange, planning visit of guest speakers at the UET, especialy
from among the alumni and placement for jobs and learning to graduates of
WPF has already made a humble beginning when Dr Kamal donated about
two dozen books to UET about semiconductors.
Farrukh Inam <fi754@...> wrote:
> Assalam Alaikum,former
> I thank Mr. Kamal and Mr. Ayub for replying to my post "Memories of a
> I graduated from UET peshawar in jan 1999, and now i am doing MS from a
> university in Canada.
> On comming here i realised what we lacked in the curriculum of engineering
> at UET. Our theroatical background is very good but the practical side
> somewhat needs a little shining up.
> I am very much interested to bring about changes in the UET courses and
> teaching methods but i still need to learn a lot. I was wondering if
> UET graduates in the west would form an alumni and keep in active
> communication with the UET staff back home, i believe some changes might
> come about.
> Well, this is just my idea and i am sure somebody out there would have a
> better one.
> I just want our University to have an excellent reputation in the field of
> Best regards,