“Only through the accumulated experience & knowledge of yesterday, we can understand and face the trials of today, and prepare ourselves for a better tomorrow, a day where we can do more, feel better and cherish the gift of life for longer”
The department of History was established in 1947 and this is one of the leading departments of Arts & Humanities in former G.C.W Multan at intermediate and Degree level. It has been offering post graduates classes in History since 2005 and initiated
BS (4-year) in the year 2010.Now it’s a great honor for us to redesign our department and programs under the shelter of The Women University, Multan with new mission and objectives.
Importance of the Subject: Before human kind can begin to build future, it is imperative to first learn the lessons of the past. For only with the collective knowledge of what has gone by, we can base our plans for a solid future. History is a symbol of previous learning, of which we once were, helping us to understand who we are today.
DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED
M.A (2-years) Semester System
rigorous program and exploring various dimensions.
Students are to be empowered, establish and develop a viable and forceful link between theory, concepts and practice in the field for its proper implementation and utilization by the students, scholars, policy makers and planners.
B.S History Credit Hours=132
Duration 4 Years
E.H.Carn defined that “it is an unending dialogue between the past and the present”. It traces the whole story of man as well as of his progress in civilization, a culture from the dim past up to the present day. It indicates his failures and his successes. It gives an account of the significant developments that took place in the past with reference to the countries and the men and women who played a noteworthy part.
The importance of history is in its capacity to help one to draw conclusions from the past events. It may be said that history is to the human race, what memory is to each man. It sheds the light of the past upon the present, thus helping one to understand oneself, by making one acquainted with other peoples. Also as one studies the rise and fall of empires and civilizations, the lessons of the past help one to avoid the pitfalls of the present.
It preserves the traditions and cultural values of a nation, and serves as a beacon light, guiding society in confronting various crises. History is indeed as Allen Nerins puts it, “a bridge connecting the past with the present and pointing the road to the future.”
M.Phil History & Pakistan Studies
Ph.D History & Pakistan Studies
|1||Prof. Dr. Asmat Naz||Professor/Ph.D||Permanent /Deputation|
|2||Prof. Dr. Abdul Rashid Khan||Professor/Ph.D||Contract|
|3||Ms Naghma Parveen||Associate Professor/M.Phil and Ph.D thesis submitted||Permanent /Deputation|
|4||Mrs. Mubina Nargis||Assistant Professor/M.Phil and Ph.D continue||Permanent /Deputation|
|5||Ms Sumaira Mehboob||Lecturer/M.Phil and Ph.D continue||Permanent|
|6||Ms Fatima Ali||Lecturer/M.Phil and Ph.D continue||Permanent|
|7||Ms Iqra Ashraf||Lecturer/M.Phil continue||Permanent|
|8||Mrs. Farhat Mazher||Associate Professor/M.A||Visiting Teacher|
|9||Mrs. Farkhanda Samee||Associate Professor/M.A||Visiting Teacher|
|10||Ms Attiya Khanum||Lecturer/M.Phil and Ph.D thesis submitted||Visiting Teacher|
|11||Ms Rabia Mohsin||Research Scholar/M.Phil||Contract|
|12||Ms Fadia Rahim||Internee/M.SC||Internship|