06 May 2020


The First Online and 15th Meeting of the Academic Council of Women University, Swabi held on 6th May 2020, passing several resolutions including introduction of new Programs/Departments and showed satisfaction on online teaching of 441 courses of 18 departments.

google_classroom First Online and 15th meeting of the Academic Council of the Women University, Swabi was held on 6th May – 2020, chaired by Vice Chancellor; Prof. Dr. Shahana Urooj Kazmi.
Meeting was attended by the Heads of all the teaching departments, Director Academics, Incharge Quality Enhancement Cell, Controller of Examinations, Additional Registrar and other staff of the registrar’s office.

The forum approved several resolutions including the launch of numerous new programs and departments including the Department of Diagnostic Medical Sonography, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Department of Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Department of Health Informatics and Department of Public Health & Epidemiology under the umbrella of newly introduced faculty of Allied Health Sciences and Technology.

Academic Council evaluated the quality of online courses offered by the university in compliance to the directives and Policy Guidance of the Higher Education Commission set for ongoing curbing situation on account wake of pandemic COVID-19 and showed satisfaction on quality of the 441 courses of 18 departments teaching online. In this retrospect, the Vice Chancellor appreciated the efforts of the faculty in producing and teaching quality content to the students and endorsed the hard work of the University’s IT team for enabling the effective functioning of online classes.

In her concluding remarks, Prof. Dr. Shahana Urooj Kazmi, being the eminent Microbiologist emphasized on ensuring the precautionary measures against the Novel Corona Virus COVID-19 to adopt the SOPs/instructions of the government in order to combat the pandemic and save our loved ones. The Vice Chancellor showed a grave concern over the increasing numbers of the Corona cases in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and increasing death toll. She directed Teachers to play their role of an ambassador to inform students and others to control the pandemic.