Department of Political Science and International Relations


Traditional and non-Traditional Challenges to CPEC: An Analysis

The China Pakistan Economic Corridor is being hailed as the fate changing investment in Pakistan. Given the status of distinct advantage CPEC is a culmination of major foreign investment projects undertaken by China in Pakistan infrastructure energy and communication sector. The corridor focuses on a 2000 kilometer road and rail links between Weste....





The Middle East after the Iran Nuclear Deal

The nuclear deal inked by Iran and major powers has implications not just for proliferation, but Middle Eastern security as well. Negotiations between Iran and major powers were narrow in scope, focused on limiting Iran nuclear program in exchange for relief from nuclear-related sanctions. Nevertheless, the deal they yielded has broader implicatio....





Pakistan a frontline state in the Global War on Terrorism

The last decade has seen the escalation of instability, insecurity and political violence in the country as a result of Pakistan role as a frontline state in the Global War on Terrorism. The terrorist attacks of 9/11 on World Trade Center and Pentagon necessitated US-Pakistan cooperation to combat terrorism, which had mixed consequences for Pakista....





China Pakistan Economic Corridor

Traditionally Pak-Sino relations are based on military-oriented at a large scale but now it commencing of the new relationship which is more economic-oriented concentrating on trade, investment and energy cooperation. In this way, it is projecting towards opening the new doors of relations between two reliable friends and has credible to further de....




Introduction

The Department of Political Science & International Relations GCWUF is among the oldest departments of this institution offering BS 4-year degree programme in the said field of study. The department endeavors to produce such graduates who out- shine the rest of the lot from other universities of Pakistan by putting special emphasis on imparting quality education coupled with the consideration to research in this field of study. Learned and experienced faculty is in a perpetual struggle to meet the world class standards of inculcating quality education. The faculty also exudes an insatiable thirst to update and better the academic environment. The department always furthers all sorts of academic and extra -curricular support to its students. The department also endeavors to touch the zenith of educational and academic glory by continuous hard work.

Vision

The department of Political science & International Relations Women University, Faisalabad wishes to establish its future through Quality Research Work and Creation of scholarly Learning Environment in the university. The vision will inspire the department to improve the Service Delivery in Higher Education at University level by enabling the students of locality through international best learning practices.

Mission

The department of Political science & International Relations Women University, Faisalabad is committed to create and disseminate knowledge to achieve the goals enshrined under the vision statement of the University. The department will focus on the Academic & Research Excellence along with the development of the students to prepare them to compete on the Local as well as Global Knowledge Based Market. Students of Political Science hone their presentation and verbal communication skills as they share their work with faculty and peers. Political science majors refine their analytical skills while exploring policy initiatives and considering the ramifications of government actions. Since political science majors study the process for generating public policy and the implications for implementing various policies, the role of policy analyst is a natural application of their work as a student. Policy analysts rely on strong critical thinking, writing and research skills as they formulate statements about the nature and impact of proposals for public policy.

Programs Offered

BS Political Science [Four Years Degree Programme ]

  • Program Duration: 4-Year
  • Program Duration: 4 Years
  • Eligibility Criteria: F.SC/I.COM/I.C.S/F.A With 45% Marks
  • Seats Allocation :  60 seats allowed in morning
  • Seats Allocation :  4-Year
  • Seats Allocation :  fifty seats/ ten reserve seats
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TAYBA ANWAR

Lecturer, Political Science and International Relations

Doctorate Degree Ph.D. Scholar




TALLAT YASMIN

Lecturer, Political Science and International Relations

M-Phil (18 Years) Degree M.Phil. Political Science




Faculty Development Training

FPDP Day 5 and the Certificate Distribution Ceremony by CCC The last module of Faculty Development Training was conducted by Dr. Zill-I-Hum...

Plantation Activity

Department of Political Science and Department of International Relations planted fifty fig(anjeer) plants of 5 to 6 feet in hight. Departme...

Plantation Activity

Department of Political Science and Department of International Relations planted fifty fig(anjeer) plants of 5 to 6 feet in hight. Departme...

Pakistan Monument Museum

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to Pakistan Mo...

Pakistan Monument Museum

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to Pakistan Mo...

Departmental students Project

Department of Political Science and International Relations organized a small event of first phase of project display that included variety ...

Departmental students Project

Department of Political Science and International Relations organized a small event of first phase of project display that included variety ...

Departmental students Project

Department of Political Science and International Relations organized a small event of first phase of project display that included variety ...

Vist to Parliament

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to parliament ...

Pakistan Monument Museum

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to Pakistan Mo...

Vist to National Assembly

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to parliament ...

National Assembly of Pakistan

Department of Political Science and International Relations visited National Assembly of Pakistan on 2nd December 2021. Visit to parliament ...

Publications

1. Books

2. Research Paper

SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Political Participation in Pakistan A Case Study of Balochistan,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN-P 2227-7927,Allama I.I. Kazi Campus, University of Sindh, Jamshoro-76080, Sindh, Pakistan.;University of Sindh Jamshoro,18-JUN-14. p.19-28
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: The Politics of Religious Legislation A Case Study of Pakistan 1979-2000,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN 2664-0422 O-ISSN 2664-0430,263-FF Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy,30-DEC-17. p.1-12
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Balochistan Insurgency: Causes and Prospects,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN Print 2616-7085 ISSN Online 2616-7093,Kutchehry Road Sialkot, Pakistan.;Government College Women University,,25-JUN-18. p.111-127
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Formation and Working of Federal Shariat Court in Pakistan,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN 2664-0422 O-ISSN 2664-0430,263-FF Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy,30-JUN-18. p.50-60
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Limited Nuclear Proliferation and Nuclear Deterrence,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN Print 2616-7085 ISSN Online 2616-7093,Kutchehry Road Sialkot, Pakistan.;Government College Women University,,15-DEC-18. p.304-314
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: The Politics of Religious Extremism in Pakistan An Analysis,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,ISSN:2519-9692 ISSN (E):2519-9706,243-D, Main Market, Shah Rukn-e-Alam Colony Multan, Pakistan.;Global Publishing South Punjab Center for Research and Development,28-JUN-19. p.315-321
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Revisiting the Controversy over Status of Tibet,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN 2664-0422 O-ISSN 2664-0430,263-FF Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy,30-JUN-19. p.130-140
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: Asia-Pacific under Obama???s Rebalance Strategy: Regional Responses,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN: 2709-6254 O-ISSN:2709-6262,263-FF Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy,31-MAR-20. p.30-41
SIDRA KARAMAT.In: US Taliban Doha Accord: A Compromise,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN: 2709-6254 O-ISSN:2709-6262,263-FF Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy,30-SEP-20. p.32-42
TALLAT YASMIN.In: US-Iran Relations: Prospects for Regional Stability,editor,(eds.)title series title and number,P-ISSN 2664-0422 O-ISSN 2664-0430,Street 323 Wafay City, City Housing Gujranwala, Punjab, Pakistan;Orients Social Research Consultancy (OSRC),30-JUN-18. p.1-8
3. Chapter Contributed

4. Seminar Information

5. Conference Proceeding