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Harvard World Model United Nations Conference, Singapore

Sidra Rana

Eight members delegation from Lahore School of Economics participated in the 20th Harvard World Model United Nations competition, held this year in Singapore marking the twentieth anniversary of the competition.

The Harvard World Model UN is a yearly event and is organized by Harvard in collaboration with a universities from a different country each year. This year’s competition featured 400 universities from over 65 countries across the globe. 

The team from the Lahore School of Economics consisted of AbuBakr Hayat, Affan Khan Sherwani, Aimen Khalid Butt, Ahmed Shahnawaz, Farah Khalid Khan, Owais Rana, Saad Sohail and Umar Akram Sahi. The delegates from the Lahore School represented the Union of Comoros in major UN committees including the Disarmament and International Security Committee, The Special, Political and Decolonization Committee, The Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee and the Historical General Assembly. 

All the delegations representing the Lahore School of Economics placed within the top 10 within their respective committees. The delegation of the Social, Cultural and Humanitarian Committee comprising of Aimen Khalid Butt and Saad Sohail also bagged the coveted Outstanding Diplomacy Award.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/24/2011 12:14:00 PM,

Marketing Strategy in Competitive Environment

Naila Hafeez

Seminar on Marketing Strategy in Competitive Environment was held at Lahore School of Economics Barki Campus on March 18, 2011. 

Shoaib Baig, Director Marketing, Coca Cola Beverages Pakistan Limited was the guest speaker. He covered areas of Marketing Strategy, Corporate Strategy, Branding, Competition, Consumer Research, Retailers, and Pricing in detail.

Students of MBA and MSc (Economics) and faculty members attended this seminar.


posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/24/2011 12:01:00 PM,

Lahore School Annual Sports Day - 2011

Lahore School of Economics Sports Society held their annual sports day on Mar 11, 2011 at new stadium. at Burki Campus The event saw several competitions of athletics including 100 meters sprints, sack race, relay race, and 300 meters run and cross country race in addition to sportsman's spirit and joy of standing at the victory stand. The participating students as well as the supports enjoyed the  Lahore School sports fiesta The highlight of the day was 100 meters faculty brisk walk where students cheered their teachers, as they competed. 
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/12/2011 01:10:00 PM,

Lahore School of Economics Flood Relief Efforts

Lahore School of Economics has been working with flood-affected people in Jampur village since the Flood of 2010 caused devastation in the country and left countless people without shelter.

Through an independent initiative, Lahore School undertook the construction of 14 houses in Jampur village after carrying out a social-economic survey.
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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/09/2011 02:16:00 PM,

World Cup at Lahore School Pitch

Come and enjoy the ICC World Cup 2011 on large screen in Lahore School Garden Cafe. It is fun.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/08/2011 03:15:00 PM,

Alumni Home Coming 2011

It was on the sixth day of March 2011 when the Lahore School of Economics organized a great get together of its alumni from all over Pakistan in the thematic settings of Burki Campus - alumni, students and faculty dressed in regional dresses, regional cultural presentations, and regional culinary delights.

Alumni home coming is a traditional event that offers an opportunity for alumni to see the developments back home in addition to exchanging views with faculty and sharing their own experiences from the corporate world. These events also provide an opportunity to institutions to proudly see how their graduates are doing in practical life. And reliving the past memories are very emotional too.

Dr. Shahid Amjad Chaudhry, the Rector Lahore School of Economics welcomed the alumni and gave a broad overview of the activities in the Lahore School. “Your achievements in the corporate sector have enabled us to get where we are,” the Rector told to enthralled audience. Mr. Khalid Mansoor, the Director Placement threw light on the activities of Lahore School Placement Department and happily announced that every graduate who needed a job has already been very well placed.

Burki Campus was decorated with life size banners showing different regions of Pakistan. Students were tastefully dressed in Balochi, Sindhi, Punjabi and Khyber Pakhtonkhwa colorful attires. Dr. Sabiha Mansoor gave away prizes to Kinza Malik, Rabia Samdani, Madeha Mustafa, Ali Zain, Adil Nizami and Moiz – judged as best dressed participants. To match it all, the regional tone of the alumni home coming day was set completely when dance troupes started appearing from behind the banners of their provinces and performed.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/06/2011 03:51:00 PM,

Group invariant solution for a liquid film on the surface of a sphere

Dr. Rehana Naz from the Lahore School Centre for Mathematics and Statistical Sciences presented a Research Paper on “Group invariant solution for a liquid film on the surface of a sphere” in Mahmood Chaudhry Library on Mar 1, 2011.(Text and Images Amilia Sohail)


posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/05/2011 11:58:00 AM,

Lahore School Flood Relief Efforts

Lahore School of Economics is helping Flood 2010 effected people in a big way. Students and staff contributed generously to the Governor’s Relief Fund and are also helping through independent initiatives. Lahore School is building 14 dwellings for flood effectees in Jampur village.

The School team of students and staff undertook a damage survey in Jampur - a far flung town of South Punjab. A community in Jampur was selected on the basis of the extent of damage afflicted and resource limitation for reconstruction. A second socio-economic survey was conducted to select the eligible families. Priority was given to families headed by a female, income and size of the family. An architect accompanied the team and prepared the design drawings. A local team of activists volunteered to supervise the construction. 

Ten families have already moved into their new homes built by the School. Three more homes are in  the final stages of construction.

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posted by S A J Shirazi @ 3/01/2011 01:57:00 PM,

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