Welcome to the Department of Urdu




blank FemaleAbout the Department of Urdu:

Department of Urdu is newly establishe department in Women Campus, UST Bannu in 2018 which is located in old Main Campus Near City Police Station Bannu City

Urdu is the National language of Pakistan and the representative language of the Muslims of the sub-continent. It is a rich source of Muslim culture and literature and has a precious intellectual heritage. Urdu is not merely a language: it holds an ideology akin to the ideology of Pakistan.

The language is in dire need to have a new generation of young enthusiastic scholars and researchers take place of the old guard who, off course, made tremendous contribution in developing Urdu as a language. The present Global search in linguistic studies is a challenge that Urdu scholar need to meet with scientific research. The history of nations who have made a mark in the fields in the natural and social sciences is witness to the fact that without developing their national language , a nation cannot make progress and compete in the polity of nations.

The Department of Urdu was established in 2018 under the Women Campus of UST Bannu with a view to develop and promote Urdu language and literature in female students of the area.

Keeping in view the new global realities and to make it grow as an international language of science, technology, politics and culture, the department of Urdu, in its progressive quest, has not only established liaisons with its counter parts in other universities but has also proved a source of inspiration for foreign students. The department of Urdu at Women Campus of UST Bannu has set such goals for itself and is working to provide an opportunity for the female students of this area to acquire high quality education in Urdu literature. The students are encouraged to form their own literary Club to share their literary and creative work with faculty and fellow students.

Urdu Department offers Bachelor and Master’s degree in the Women Campus of UST Bannu. The department also proposed to publish a HEC approved Annual Journal with contributions from national and international eminent scholars, poets and writers.

 

Urdu Courses Undergraduate Courses:  

1st Semester
Farsi Zuban o Adab (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
TarikhAdb-e- Urdu (aaghaz se Ehd –e-Ghalibtak) (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Biyaan-o- Badye-o-Urooz aur AdabiIslathaat (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Dastanaur Novel (UnnisveenSaditak)Fikri-o-FaniMubahis (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
2nd Semester
AdbiTanqeed: BunyadiMubaahis (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
TareekhAdab E Urdu (Sir Syed ta Ehd e Jadeed) (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Urdu Nazam: fikri o FanniMutala (Aaghaaz Ta Haali) (Core)
(2 Credit Hr.)
BeesveinSaddi Mein Novel kaIrtaqaauriss k fanni o fikriMubaahis (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Urdu Ghazal KaFikri o Fanni irtaqa (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
3rd Semester
Urdu Afsaanaaur Drama: Fikri o FanniMutala (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Usool e Tehqeeq o Tadveen (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Urdu Nazam: Fikri O FanniMutala(Haali Say JadeedTak)(Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Iqbal Ki shairikaFikriMutalah (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
(Elective Subject)
(۳ Credit Hr.)
(Elective Subject)
(3 Credit Hr.)
4th Semester
NaiTanqeediMubaahis (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Urdu Nasar k Asaaleeb: Mazah, Safar Nama, aapbeeti, Fanni o FikriaurAsloobiyaatiMutala (Core)
3 Credit Hr.)
IqbalkiShairikaFunniMutala (Core)
(3 Credit Hr.)
Thesis, Elective Subjects
(3 Credit Hr.)

 

 

Welcome to the Department of Sociology




blank FemaleIntroduction:
 

Department of Sociology is newly establishe department in Women Campus, UST Bannu which is located in old Main Campus Near City Police Station Bannu City.

Sociology concentrates on analyzing and understanding the ways in which society functions through various sociological paradigms. Sociology emphasizes the study of human behavior and basic social processes. Without understanding the sociological underpinnings and research areas, the social structure of the society cannot be analyzed in a scientific way. 

The department of sociology has designed the lay out of the courses in such a way as to make students aware of the social phenomena and trends. Additionally, the department also instills dynamic research skills in the students. The graduates of the Department of Sociology can find job opportunities in academic institutions, public administration offices, social services and criminal justice system. Furthermore, they can work in social work, population welfare department and vibrant NGO sector. The students of Sociology can also find their professional future in schools, nutrition and health education, public and private agencies and research desks of a number of departments. 

Sociology also impresses upon us the necessity of overcoming narrow personal prejudices, ambitions and class hatred.

Four years Bachelor’s in Sociology is one of the newest degree programs offered by UST Bannu. It was initiated to meet the fast growing universal demand for sociologists to cope up with historically unparalleled dynamics of the 21st century societies. This is all the important in countries like Pakistan, where an optimal amalgamation of traditional, cultural, religious, modern and cosmopolitan values still remains a long way away.


 Mission of the Sociology Department:

The Department of Sociology at UST Bannu aims at meeting the dire need of indigenous professional female sociologists, having local focus and universal vision which promises competencies matching the challenge of a fast changing and formidable job market in the age of Information and Communication Technology (ICT). While working on the pragmatic vision of sustainable vertical growth in near future, the Department is presently offering the undergraduate degree program. The first session of graduates will pass out in 2020. With a Scheme of Studies (SS) standardized to match the curriculum of similar degree programs offered by reputable schools of higher learning, both within and outside Pakistan, the Department strives to optimally enable its would be graduates to exercise their options for an early entry in the job market and/or pursue competitive higher degree programs. The undergraduate SS essentially requires the teachers to apply ITC based latest teaching aids along with time tested pedagogical methods of guided learning. Enormous effort is invested by the faculty with the focus that students internalize the core concepts and are well grounded in theoretical perspectives, while simultaneously learning sound analytical skills. The ultimate aim of both teachers and SS is to help students develop habit of lifelong learning with critical thinking and purpose oriented disposition.


 Scope of the Discipline:

The broad discipline of sociology underscores the soft core of human society in each respective space and time. It is an all-encompassing discipline of studies which addresses paradoxical aspects of interpersonal relations at all levels of diverse human activity. Its scope therefore ranges from temple to palace; from crime to philanthropy; from anarchy to order; from divisive ethnic, communal and sectional groups to the shared beliefs of a common culture; and from social stability to radical change. The quest of sociology is to understand and identify the differences and commonalities of actions and consciousness of social agents who universally remain in a mutually reinforcing relationship with the external environment, both natural and human made.


 Program Outcomes:

After completing the degree, the students will be able to:

  • Demonstrate competent knowledge of core sociological theories, intellectual traditions and schools of thought.
  • Identify the causes and consequences of human behavior and relevant social issues, problems and inequalities.
  • To describe how sociology differs from and is similar to other social sciences and give examples of these differences and similarities.
  • Apply the sociological imagination and sociological concepts and principles to his/her own life.
  • Understand of how theories reflect the historical and social contexts of the times and cultures in which they were developed.
  • Explain how the self develops sociologically and compare this to psychological, economic and other application.
  • Gain awareness of the internal diversity of Pakistani society and the significance of variations by ethnicity, gender, sexuality, class and age.

Internship:

To get hands on training and experience of the workplace, internship opportunity will be provided to foster their professional skills. Department will liaison with the Office of Research, Innovation and Commercialization (ORIC) at USTB as well as other organizations to offer an opportunity to our students.


 Community work:

Students will be provided an opportunity to do community work in the arena to inculcate sense of responsibility towards a society.

Research work:

Research work will be highly encouraged as a thesis as well as part of projects in many courses.

Workshops, Seminars/Colloquiums and Study groups:

Additionally, some other academic practices will be proposed to polish student’s skills in their respective field.

Extra-curricular activities:

Beside academic activities, student also take part in sports, event management as well as volunteer to represent university at other related forums within and outside university.


 Programs: 

BS Sociology after HSSC 

Admission Requirement:

For BS Programs
HSSC at least 2nd Division
Entry test conducted by the ETEA (only ETEA Test appearance)

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Welcome to the Department of Home Economics



 

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The Department of Home Economics is  newly establishe department in Women Campus, UST Bannu in 2018 which is located in old Main Campus Near City Police Station Bannu City. The department have own state of Art Labortories facilities and dedicated qualified and experienced faculty. Over the year, home economists in Pakistan have contributed significantly to strengthening programs aimed at women, families, and children , increasing understanding and appreciation of other cultures, improving public health, and the process of introducing change.


 Vision : 

Department of Home Economics is committed in providing excellent educational programs to emphasize the social, economic & environmental impact of management of everyday life of individual, families  & community

Mission :  

  • To emphasize the social, economic and environmental impact of management of every day life of individual , families and house hold.
  • To conduct research in areas relevant to the Home Economics. 

Objectives:

  • To enhance the physical, psychosocial, economic, and aesthetic sense of the students, by that they will be able to work for the well being of individuals, families & communities.
  • To develop skilled manpower to meet human needs as producers and consumers of goods and services.
  • To prepare professionals for the development of community and environment.
  • To integrates & apply knowledge of sciences & humanities.
  • To develop a positive attitude towards life.
  • To provide up to date and modern education

  Jobs prospective for graduates:

Our graduates have sound knowledge of home economics & they easily get jobs as:

Nutritionist , dietitian , hotel managers, industry managers, food quality control manager , caterers, fashion designer, job in boutiques, owner of home industry, social mobilizes, Montessori teachers, head of child care centers, event manager, painters, interior designers, furniture designers, artist, calligrapher& creative editor.


 Programs:

BS Home Economics after HSSC

Admission Requirement
For BS Programs
HSSC at least 2nd Division
Entry test conducted by the ETEA 


For M.Sc. Programs
Graduation at least 2nd Division (B.Sc. Home Economics) from any HEC recognized university.
Graduation in Home Economics from HEC recognized university.
Entry test conducted by the ETEA 


 Scheme of Study 
BS 4 years degree program After HSSC 

SEMESTER 1st                                                                     Total Credit Hours=18 

Course Code Course Title Lec.Cr. Lab.Cr. Cr.Hrs.
HE-311 English-I 03 00 03
HE-312 Pakistan Studies 02 00 02
HE-313 Math/Stat-1 03 00 03
HE4-314 General-I Chemistry 02 00 02
HEF-315 Foundation-1 Introduction To Home Economics 02 00 02
HEF-316 Foundation-2 Introduction To Arts & Design I 02 01 03
HEF-317 Foundation-3 Clothing & Consumer Education 02 01 03

  

SEMESTER 2nd                                                                                                          Total Credit Hours=18

Course Code Course Title Lec.Cr. Lab.Cr. Cr.Hrs.
HE-321 English-II 03 00 03
HE-322 Islamic Studies / Ethics 02 00 02
HE-323 Math / Stat – II / Univ. Optional 03 00 03
HEG-324 General-Ii Physics 02 00 02
HEG-325 General-Iii Psychology 02 00 02
HEF-326 Foundation-4 Introduction To Arts & Design II 02 01 03
HEF-327 Foundation-5 Advanced Clothing 02 01 03

 

SEMESTER 3rd                                                                                                           Total Credit Hours=18

Course Code Course Title Lec.Cr. Lab.Cr. Cr.Hrs.
HE-431 English-III 03 00 03
HE-432 Introduction To Computer 02 01 03
HEG-433 GENERAL-IV Fundamentals Of Economics 02 01 03
HEF-434 Foundation-6 Life Span Development 02 01 03
HEF-435 Foundation-7 Home Mgt & Housing 1 02 01 03
HEF-436 Foundation-8 Fundamentals Of F&N 02 01 03

 

SEMESTER 4th                                                                                                           Total Credit Hours=17

Course Code Course Title Lec.Cr. Lab.Cr. Cr.Hrs.
HE-441 English-IV /Arabic 03 00 03
HEG-442 GENERAL-V Biochemistry 02 01 03
HEG-443 GENERAL-VI Sociology 02 00 02
HEG-444 Foundation-9 Family & Community Development 02 01 03
HEF-445 Foundation-10 Home Management & Housing-II 02 01 03
HEF-446 Foundation-11Meal Management 02 01 03

 

                                             FOOD & NUTRITION 
Semester  Name of Subjects CH
5th FOUNDATION-11 Home Economics Education, Administration & Supervision 03
  MAJOR-l Food Preservation 03
  MAJOR-ll Experimental Foods 03
  MAJOR-lll Advanced Nutrition 03
  MAJOR-IV  Dietetics 03
  Total credit hours 15
6th FOUNDATION-13 Methods of Research in Home Economics 03
  MAJOR-V Physiological Aspects of Nutrition 03
  MAJOR-Vl  Nutritional Biochemistry 1 03
  MAJOR-Vll Food Microbiology 03
  MAJOR-Vlll Community Nutrition 03
    15
7th MAJOR-XI INTERNSHIP (hospital/community/institution) 04
  MAJOR-X Nutritional Biochemistry 2 03
  MAJOR-XI Food Technology 03
  ELECTIVE-la Institutional Management/ ELECTIVE-lb  Food Analysis 03
  ELECTIVE-IIa Life Cycle Nutrition/ ELECTIVE-IIb Nutritional Management & in Disasters 03
    16
8th MAJOR-XII Research Project 04
  MAJOR-XIII Applied Nutrition 03
  MAJOR-XIV  Nutrition Health & Prevention 03
  ELECTIVE-III Sports Nutrition 03
  ELECTIVE-IV Food Allergies 03
    16
  Total CH sm5-8 62
  Total CH sm1-8 133

 

                                             TEXTILE & CLOTHING  
Semester  Name of Subjects CH
5th FOUNDATION-11 Home Economics Education, Administration & Supervision 03
  MAJOR-l  Advanced Textile 03
  MAJOR-ll Pattern Making 03
  MAJOR-lll Fashion Designing & Illustration 03
  MAJOR-IV  Textile Chemistry-1 03
  Total credit hours 15
6th FOUNDATION-13 Methods of Research in Home Economics 03
  MAJOR-V Textiles Computer aided Design 03
  MAJOR-Vl  Textile Chemistry 2 03
  MAJOR-Vll Textile Testing 03
  MAJOR-Vlll Textiles Dyeing & Printing 03
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7th MAJOR-XI INTERNSHIP / Research Project 04
  MAJOR-X Art of Draping 03
  MAJOR-XI EXPERIMENTAL Textile 03
  ELECTIVE-la Textile & Clothing Industrial Management  / ELECTIVE-lb  Decorative Fabrics 03
  ELECTIVE-IIa Entrepreneurship / b) Historic Costume/ c) Economic, Social & Psychological Aspects of Clothing & Textile 03
    16
8th MAJOR-XII Research Project 04
  MAJOR-XIII Applied Textile Designing 03
  MAJOR-XIV  Dress Designing through Draping 03
  ELECTIVE-III a) Marketing & Merchandizing b) Structural Textile Designing c) Fashion Photography 03
  ELECTIVE-IV a) Fashion & Boutique Management b) Functional Designing For Special People 03
    16
  Total CH sm5-8 62
  Total CH sm1-8 133

 

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