Prospectus 2021 & Onwards - College of Home Economics University of Peshawar

 
Prospectus 2021 & Onwards - College of Home Economics University of Peshawar
Prospectus 2021
   & Onwards

College of Home Economics
  University of Peshawar
Prospectus 2021 & Onwards - College of Home Economics University of Peshawar
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College of Home Economics
  University of Peshawar
Prospectus 2021 & Onwards - College of Home Economics University of Peshawar
Table of Contents
MESSAGE OF THE VICE CHANCELLOR ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 1
MESSAGE OF THE PRINCIPAL ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 2
PREFACE ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 3
TEACHING FACULTY ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 4
OBJECTIVES ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
F.SC. PROGRAM ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 8
F.A PROGRAM ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 9
BS HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM ....................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
M.PHIL / MS HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 10
PH.D HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
DISCIPLINE ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 11
CO- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 14
PHYSICAL FACILITIES ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 15
COLLEGE UNIFORM ............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 18
Prospectus 2021 & Onwards - College of Home Economics University of Peshawar
Message of the Vice Chancellor

                             College of Home Economics (CHE) has been playing a pivotal role in educating the females of the province since its inception. Female
                             education is the unavoidable requirement of every healthy and progressive society and nation. In our culture where many of talented
                             girls linger behind in education because of the family setup which doesn't allow them to study in coeducation, College of Home
                             Economics provides them the opportunity to excel and explore.

The CHE has a distinction for not only focusing on academics but taking a great care in personality building of the students and equipping them with additional
skills to play a useful role in the society. Many courses related to Home Economics are offered ranging from FA, F.Sc, B.Sc to M.Sc, and from BS, MS/M.Phil to
Ph.D. It gives the female students the leverage to avoid the possible hurdles during their academic process enabling them to have the opportunity of higher
education. The Principal's motivation and energy is making the environment of the College more favorable for learning. The qualified and competent staff instills
a thriving spirit to learn and acquire more. The well equipped labs facilitate the students to refine their skills and perception. The clarity of concepts and the drive
of vision motivate the students to progress. All the required facilities for curricular and co-curricular activities are readily available for students.

In our society females must put in their contribution not only on individual and family level but also impact on macro level. The students passing out from College
of Home Economics are contributing in economic growth as well as refined aesthetics can be seen in their ambiance. I hope the students avail the positive
educational environment this year as well. I wish them success in future.

Prof. Dr. Mohammad Idrees
Vice Chancellor
University of Peshawar
Vice_Chancellor@uop.edu.pk.

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                                                                                 Message of the Principal

                                  College of Home Economics is a prestigious institution of the University of Peshawar which offers practical
                                  knowledge in diverse disciplines and incorporates a variety of skills in its curriculum. Thus, Home Economics
                                  education prepares the female community to deal with future challenges in the role of a homemaker as well as a
                                  career woman. I count myself among the blessed ones to be granted the opportunity of making a difference in the
lives of these young souls in the capacity of an educationist and an administrator. I am also confident that under my leadership and guidance, the
highly qualified and dedicated staff of this college will leave no stone unturned in improving the image and reputation of this institution. We shall
constantly strive to inculcate critical thinking, analytical, entrepreneurial, inter personal and communication skills in our students.

Home Economics is a unique discipline having multiple facets and to make it compatible with the demands of contemporary world, we aim at
academic up gradation through linkage programs with foreign universities and facilitating arrangement of internship for students at reputed
organizations. Improvement in curriculum and college labs is also on our agenda. I hope that addressing these areas will have a positive impact on the
overall performance of the students. I wish them all the best.

Dr. Farhat-un-Nisa Shahzad
Principal
College of Home Economics
University of Peshawar.

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                                                                       PREFACE

The study of Home Economics as a distinct discipline was introduced in the country soon after Pakistan's emergence on the world’s map. Initially,
the University of Peshawar in collaboration with Colorado State University USA set up a separate department devoted to the subject in 1954. The
department was later upgraded to the status of a College in 1963. Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II inaugurated the present building. One of the only
nine Colleges in Pakistan devoted to the study of Home Economics; this college was initiated in an effort to develop a complete educational program
for the preparation of young girls to meet the challenges of free society.

The institution seeks to equip young women with the specialized knowledge, skills, awareness, and the right attitude needed to launch them
successfully in their social and professional lives. This field of study extends opportunities for following careers in an increasing number of
professions. Therefore, it has acquired a special significance to mould the female generation, providing them with an opportunity of studying a
unique blend of both science and art related subjects. This opens up future avenues for personal, professional, and social enhancement.

The College of Home Economics not only aims to turn out well-informed future mothers, but also Interior Designers, Dietitians, Textile Designers,
Fashion Designers, Small Business Managers, Teachers, Event Organizers and Research Workers.

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                    TEACHING FACULTY

                 AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION:

DEPARTMENT OF ART AND DESIGN
                                                                 DEPARTMENT OF FOOD AND NUTRITION SCIENCES
1. Dr. Zil-e-Huma Mujib:
   M.Sc, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.                              9.    Dr. Amina Rahat:
                                                                       M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.
2. Dr. Imrana Seemi:
   M.Sc, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.                              10.   Ms. Mumtaz Begum:
                                                                       B.Sc (Gold Medalist), M.Sc. (Gold Medalist), MS, Ph.D
3. Dr. Rabia Chishti:                                                  Scholar, Assistant Professor (on Study leave).
   M.Sc, Ph.D, Lecturer.
                                                                 11.   Dr. Fazia Ghaffar:
4. Ms. Samina Mukhtar:                                                 B.Sc (Gold Medalist), M.Sc (Gold Medalist), M.Ed (Gold
   B.Ed. M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar,                                   Medalist), M.Phil, Ph.D, Star women Award, Lecturer.
   Lecturer.
                                                                 12.   Dr. Zahin Anjum:
5. Ms. Nayyer Kamal:                                                   M.Sc, Ph.D, Lecturer.
   M.Sc, Lecturer.
                                                                 13.   Dr. Ayesha Zakir:
6. Ms. Zubaida Mughal:                                                 M.Sc (Gold Medalist), Ph.D, Lecturer.
   M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                 14.   Ms.Noreen Mehmood
7. Ms. Nazish Bangash:                                                 M.Sc, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
   M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.
                                                                 15.   Ms. Shumaila Waheed:
8. Ms. Amina Khattak:                                                  B.Ed, M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
   M.Sc, M.Phil Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                 16.   Ms. Beenish Khan:
                                                                       M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.

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DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN DEVELOPMENT AND FAMILY                           DEPARTMENT OF RESOURCE AND FACILITY
STUDIES                                                              MANAGEMENT

17.   Dr. Syeda Kaneez Fatima Haider:
      M.Sc, Ph.D, Professor.                                          24.   Dr. Ghazala Yasmeen Nizam (on Deputation):
                                                                            M.Sc (Gold Medalist), M.Phil, Ph.D, Star women Award
18.   Dr. Mussarat Anwar:                                                   (Education), HEC-Approved Supervisor, Professor.
      M.Sc (Gold Medalist), Ph.D,
      Associate Professor.                                           25.    Dr. Syeda Nabahat Ashar:
                                                                            B.Ed, M.Phil, Ph.D, Associate Professor.
19.   Dr. Shaista Ali:
      M.Sc, Ph.D, Lecturer.                                          26.    Dr. Kausar Takreem:
                                                                            MBA, Ph.D, Assistant Professor
20.   Dr. Ayesha Anwar:
      M.Sc, Ph.D, Lecturer.                                          27.    Ms. Farzana Rahman Safi:
                                                                            B.Ed, M.Sc (Gold Medalist), MS, Ph.D Scholar,
21.   Dr. Salma Naz Gul (Ex-Pakistan leave):                                Assistant Professor (on Study leave).
      M.Sc, Ph.D, Lecturer.
                                                                     28.    Ms. Wasaf Inayat:
22.   Ms. Sidra Ali Khan:                                                   M.Sc, Ph.D Scholar. Lecturer.
      M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D, Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                     29.    Ms. Razia Begum:
23.   Ms. Ayesha Ijaz:                                                      B.Ed, M.Sc, MBA, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
      M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.
                                                                     30.    Ms. Tehmina Zia:
                                                                            M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.

                                                                     31.    Ms. Sana Jamil:
                                                                            M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.

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DEPARTMENT OF TEXTILES & CLOTHING
                                                                        40.   Dr. Razia Tariq Khan:
32.    Dr. Shahnaz Khattak:                                                   M.Sc. (Gold Medalist), B.Ed (Gold Medalist), M.Phil, Ph.D,
       M.Sc (Gold Medalist), Ph.D, Assistant Professor.                       Star women Award, Assistant Professor.
33.    Dr. Shabana Sajjad:                                              41.   Ms. Gul-e-Rana Jamil:
       M.Sc, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.                                       M.Sc, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
34.    Dr. Faiza Tauqeer:                                               42.   Ms. Safia Naz:
       M.Sc, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.                                       M.Sc, M.Ed, M.Phil, Lecturer.
35.    Ms. Faryal Yousaf:                                               43.   Ms Urooj Syed:
       M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.                                  M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.
36.    Ms. Maimoona Khalid:                                              DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER STUDIES
       M.Sc, M.Phil Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                        44.   Dr. Neelam Chiragh:
37.    Ms. Madiha Zeb:                                                        M.Sc, MS, Ph.D, Assistant Professor.
       M.Sc, M.Phil, Lecturer.
                                                                        45.   Ms. Kanwal Imran (on Study leave):
38.    Ms Sadaf Asghar:                                                       M.Sc, MS, Ph.D Scholar, Assistant Professor.
       M.Sc, M.Phil, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                        46.   Ms. Abeera Ilyas (on Study leave):
      DEPARTMENT OF BASIC SCIENCES                                            M.Sc, MS, Ph.D Scholar, Assistant Professor.
39.    Dr. Farhat-un-Nisa Shahzad:
       M.Sc (Gold Medalist), Ph.D, HEC-Approved Supervisor,
       Associate Professor.

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DEPARTMENTS OF LANGUAGES/ HUMANITIES                          ISLAMIYAT
ENGLISH                                                       54.   Ms. Hoor-ul-Ain:
                                                                    M.A, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
47.    Dr. Shazia Shah
       M.A, Ph.D, Professor.
                                                              SPORTS
48.    Ms. Noshaba Toufiq:
                                                              55.   Ms. Samreen Kamal:
       M.A, Ph.D Scholar, Lecturer.
                                                                    M.Sc, Assistant Director Health and Physical Education
49.    Ms Nuzhat Ayub:
       M.A, M.Phil Scholar, Lecturer.

50.   Ms. Fariha Gul:
      B.Ed, M.A, M.Phil, Lecturer.

URDU

51.    Dr. Salma Aslam:
       M.A, Ph.D, Lecturer.

PAK STUDIES

52.    Dr. Shazia Durrani:
       M.A, B.Ed, Ph.D, Lecturer.

53.    Ms. Shehla Javed:
       M.A, M.Phil Scholar, Lecturer.

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OBJECTIVES
                                                                          F.Sc. PROGRAM
The College seeks:
 To provide up to date and modern education to the students.              College of Home
 To inculcate true appreciation of religious and Islamic values in        Economics         has
  the practical lives of the students.                                     started the F.Sc.
 To develop social sensibilities and prepare students to cope             program in 2010,
  better with their various roles not only as individuals, but as          with 150 seats. The
  family members and citizens of the state. To develop a positive          criterion         for
  attitude towards life.                                                   admission          is
 To gear women towards professional careers and general                   Matriculation or O’
  socioeconomic development.                                               levels with A grade.
 To build confidence in young women to realize the                        The courses of F.Sc.
  importance of their distinct role as nation builders.                    will be the same, which
 To expose the students to the latest knowledge and technology            are offered by Board of
  to familiarize them with the advancements in the industrial              Intermediate        and
  sector.                                                                  Secondary Education
                                                                           Peshawar. The F.Sc
ACADEMIC PROGRAMS                                                          section is facilitated
                                                                           with well equipped laboratories and highly qualified staff.
The College offers following programs:
     F.Sc.                                                                 Documents needed
     F.A
                                                                           Attested photocopies of the following documents with admission
     BS Home Economics (Five disciplines)
                                                                           forms are essential for the candidate to be considered for admission:
     M.Sc. Home Economics (Five disciplines)
     M.Phil. Home Economics (Five disciplines)                               1. Detailed Marks Certificate.
     MS. Home Economics (Five disciplines)                                   2. Domicile Certificate of the applicant.
     Ph.D. Home Economics (Five disciplines)                                 3. Provisional and Character Certificate from the school.
                                                                             4. Migration Certificate (to be provided within three months
                                                                                 after admission).
                                                                             5. Equivalence Certificate (for students who have NOT passed
                                                                                 their Matriculation from any Board in Pakistan).
                                                                             6. Undertaking on stamp paper (provided by the College with
                                                                                 Admission Form).

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 Candidates are required to pay the admission fee on the day of
 interview. In case a student wants to cancel her admission, the           Groups offered
 tuition fee will be refunded according to rules of the University.        A student seeking admission in F.A part 1 has to select ony one of the
 Candidates must be accompanied by either parent/guardian at the           following groups:
 time of interview.
                                                                           1.   F.A (Home Economics Group)
F.A PROGRAM                                                                    Food and Nutrition
                                                                               Clothing & Related Arts
 The College has started F.A program with 200 seats in 2018. The               Child Development
 criterion for admission is Matriculation or O’ levels.
                                                                           2.   F.A (Home Economics Group)
 Documents needed
                                                                               Food and Nutrition
 Attested photocopies of the following documents with admission                Clothing & Related Arts
 forms will be essential for the candidate to be considered for                Home Management Child Development
 admission:
1.     Detailed Marks Certificate                                          3.   F.A (Humanities Group)
2.     Domicile Certificate of the applicant                                   Economics
3.     Provisional Certificate and Character Certificate from the              Statistics
       school or the concerned Board (for private students).                   Computer Science
4.     Migration Certificate (to be provided within three months
       after admission)                                                    4.   F.A (Humanities Group)
5.     Equivalence Certificate (for students who have NOT passed               Sociology
       their Matriculation from any Board in Pakistan)                         Psychology
6.     Undertaking on stamp paper (provided by the College with                Education
       Admission Form)
7.     Latest Service Certificate of the father/mother for candidate       5.   F.A (Humanities Group)
       applying on a University Employee seat.                                 Fine Arts
                                                                               Archeology
 Candidates will be required to pay the admission fee on the day of            Education
 interview. In case a student wants to cancel her admission, the
 tuition fee will be refunded according to rules of the University.
 Candidates must be accompanied by either parent/guardian at the
 time of interview.

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BS HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM

The College of Home Economics is offering admissions in BS
Home Economics program in five disciplines .i.e.                            5. The first four semesters i.e. two years include all the
     Art and Design                                                            Compulsory, Foundation and three General courses. The
     Food and Nutrition Sciences                                               Majors, Electives and General courses are placed in the last two
     Human Development and Family Studies                                      years of BS Program. In order to provide more focused training
     Resource and Facility Management                                          in relevant professions, students can choose any one field from
     Textiles & Clothing                                                       the five areas and would study all the major and selected
                                                                               elective and major courses from the relevant area. In addition to
The BS program is a four-year program comprising eight semesters.              being trained as teachers and researchers, all the students are
                                                                               also trained to work in other relevant professions (examples
Objectives                                                                     given).

The BS Home Economics program aims at:                                      M.Phil / MS HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM
    Enabling the students to learn a wide variety of courses in
      their fields.                                                         The College of Home Economics, University of Peshawar has the
    Providing specialized fields under the umbrella of Home                honor to start M.Phil/ Ph.D program in Home Economics, being the
      Economics.                                                            first ever program in this field in the history of Pakistan. The
    Enabling the students to become academically compatible                commencement of M.Phil/Ph.D (Home Economics) program at the
      with international standards standards.                               College of Home Economics, University of Peshawar, is a
                                                                            remarkable achievement not only for the College of Home
Salient Features of BS Home Economics Curriculum                            Economics, but also for the University of Peshawar and the Khyber
                                                                            Pakhtunkhwa Province. The M.Phil in Home Economics Program
1. The curriculum has been designed for the semester system of              is offered simultaneously in five Home Economics disciplines
   examination.                                                             namely:
2. Candidates who have passed the F.A/F.Sc. (Home Economics),
   F.Sc. (Pre-Medical), F.Sc. (Pre-Engineering) or equivalent                    Art and Design
   exam are eligible to get admission in the four year BS program.               Human Development and Family Studies
3. This curriculum is planned to fulfill the requirements for four               Food and Nutrition Sciences
   year BS Home Economics designed and approved by National                      Management Studies
   Curriculum Revision Committee of HEC.                                         Textiles and Clothing
4. This curriculum gives the option for specialization in any of the
   five areas of predesigned courses of Home Economics.

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                                                                              Rules and Regulations
Ph.D HOME ECONOMICS PROGRAM
                                                                                       A student is required to attend punctually all the hours
 The Ph.D in Home Economics Program is offered simultaneously                           notified for lectures, demonstrations and practicals.
 in five Home Economics disciplines namely:                                             Irregular students will be strictly dealt with according to
                                                                                        rules.
       Art and Design                                                                  Repeated absence from lectures, practical, class
       Human Development and Family Studies                                             demonstrations and seminars deem a student liable to be
       Food and Nutrition Sciences                                                      expelled from the College.
       Management Studies                                                              Seventy-Five percent (75%) attendance is required as a
       Textiles and Clothing                                                            minimum to appear in the examination. In all cases, leave
                                                                                        taken will be at the student’s own risk. Even a medical
 Objective                                                                              certificate will not cover a deficiency in attendance
                                                                                        percentage required. Shortage of attendance (less than
 M.Phil, MS and Ph.D programs aim at providing opportunity of                           75%) will certainly deprive a student of her right to
 higher studies at the College and to facilitate acquisition of higher                  appear in the final examination and she will have to
 learning in the field. These programs were initiated as there were no                  repeat the same class with a loss of one year.
 other opportunities of higher education in this field in Pakistan.                    All students are to be present in all the functions,
                                                                                        sermons, lectures etc. of the College. Before gathering in
DISCIPLINE                                                                              the Hall attendance will be taken by the teacher proctor.
                                                                                        Students who remain absent will have to pay a fine of
Chief Proctor                                                                           Rs.1000/- per event.
                                                                                       For absence on Friday, fine of Rs. 1000/- will be levied.
 Chief proctor has the following responsibilities
                                                                                       Regular monthly tests shall be taken throughout the
     To implement the disciplinary rules (that are mentioned                           academic year for all classes. The marks shall be
        below) of the college and make the students observe them
                                                                                        included in the internal assessments.
        strictly.
                                                                                       A College identity card with photograph will have to be
     To oversee the overall behavior and uniform of the students                       produced by the student before entering the Annual
        in the college premises.
                                                                                        Examination Hall in order to prove that she:

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    i. Is on roll at College of Home Economics during the academic
         year preceding the examination.                                      General Conduct
   ii. Has attended about 75% of the full course lectures delivered
         during that academic year (both theory and practical).                       Students are to be held responsible for the repair and
         All dates and deadlines officially notified by the                           replacement of any college owned property’s damage or
            Principal for different purposes e.g. admission dues,                      misplacement.
            examination dues, submission of assignments etc. shall                    Students are not allowed to order food from outside
            be strictly observed by the students. Late fee shall be                    during college hours.
            paid in case final dates are not met.                                     Discipline is to be maintained in the canteen. Regular
         Students are required to arrive college at official opening                  rounds are made by the staff members to ensure the
            timings, in case of late coming they shall be fined Rs. 50                 discipline and fine the defaulters.
            for 1st day, Rs.100 for 2nd day,Rs.150 for 3rd day,Rs.                    Students should maintain descent behavior during college
            200 for 4th day, and so on.                                                timings in classes and grounds. They will be fined in case
                                                                                       of misbehavior.
       Leave Application                                                              Student should avoid class bunking otherwise a fine of
                                                                                       Rs. 200/- will have to be paid for each missed lecture.
           Only those leave applications will be acknowledged and                    Misbehavior with the Principal, teachers, fellow students,
           entertained which are signed by one of the parents.                         peons, drivers and clerical staff will be severely dealt
           Moreover, photocopy of the parent’s ID card is to be                        with. The offender will either be heavily fined or
           attached with the application.                                              suspended for a specific time period.
                                                                                      Students are required to submit an Affidavit on a stamp
           Students should stay at home on the day they have an                       paper duly signed by the oath commissioner, to ensure no
           appointment with doctor as short leave for routine                          participation of the student in any kind of political
           appointment is not granted.                                                 activities in the college premises.
A short leave is granted only in case of emergency and conditions                     Students found guilty of using unfair means or involved
applied to avail:                                                                      in any other fraudulent activity will either be rusticated or
                                                                                       fined.
      When parents will come to pick them up.                                        Cameras, mobile phones, MP3s etc. are strictly
      When parents will produce a copy of their ID card.                              prohibited and will be confiscated and fine of Rs. 2000/-
      When the application will be signed by the class staff proctors                 will be levied. The parents shall be asked to meet staff
      The brothers, sisters and other relatives are not allowed to                    proctors in this regard at the end of the session.
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         Students are provided phone facility in the Principal’s
          office for necessary phone calls after signing permission             Hostel Discipline
          slips from staff proctor.
         No visitors or gifts are allowed to be received at the                       Rooms in the hostel are to be kept clean and tidy.
          College gate.                                                                Boarders must observe hostel rules and regulations strictly.
         Fund raising for any commercial or social cause without                      Study hours must be adhered to.
          Principal’s prior permission is prohibited                                   Hostel peace is not to be disturbed by playing CD players,
         Students found involved in any verbal or physical                             tape recorders or radios etc.
          aggressive activities like fighting, hitting shall be strictly               Boarders should produce an application for leave already
          punished.                                                                     signed by the warden in case of any short leave from College,
                                                                                        otherwise it will stand unacceptable.
Uniform Rules                                                                          Boarders are not allowed to leave (exit from) the College by
                                                                                        using the College Gate. They can only exit (with permission),
Students should strictly follow the following rules regarding                           from the hostel gate.
uniform:                                                                               The day scholars are not allowed to enter the hostel by using
                                                                                        the small common gate, in case of such incident the student
     Students are required to wear the prescribed uniform.                             shall be suspended for a specific period.
     The uniform should be clean, properly ironed and shoes well-
      polished.                                                                 Transport Rules
     All kind of jewelry is prohibited, these items will be
      confiscated and a fine of Rs. 100/- per item will be levied.              Students who are availing the college bus for pick and drop service
     Violation of uniform rules even in minor items is punishable              should strictly follow the following rules:
      by fine as well as subject to confiscation of the prohibited
      item.                                                                            The students must reach at their respective stops ten minutes
     All college students in whatsoever studies program are                            before the arrival of the bus.
      required to wear proper uniform of the color and design                          The bus fee for two months should be submitted to the office
      approved by the College Uniform Committee.                                        by the 10th of every 2nd month. A fine of Rs.10/- per day will
     All Students must possess their College ID cards during                           be charged after the due date. If unable to submit late fee till
      College timings.                                                                  15th of the same month it may lead to the cancellation of this
                                                                                        facility.
                                                                                       Bus routes will be arranged by the incharge staff member
                                                                                        with mutual consent of the Transport Incharge and authorized

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       bus drivers keeping in view the minimum time and fuel                CO- CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
       consumption. Undue favors in this regard will not be
       entertained.                                                         Learning and education is
      Nobody will be allowed to change the bus without the                 supported by the academic
       permission of the Transport Incharge. Those who come in              programs        through       co-
       their respective buses in the morning will not be allowed to         curricular             activities.
       go by another bus at closing time.                                   Conferences and workshops
      The students who wish to discontinue the college bus services        are held at national and
       are directed to inform the Transport Incharge at least two           international level. Eminent
       weeks prior to discontinuation. However they are not allowed         scholars and resource persons
       to withdraw by the end of session.                                   are invited to deliver extension
      The student proctors under the supervision of the incharge           lectures, hold workshops and
       teachers will maintain discipline in the bus.                        seminars on a variety of
      Only students in college uniform will be allowed to aboard           important subjects of general
       the bus. Those who violate the rules will be barred from             interest involving staff and
       transport facility.                                                  students at graduate and the
                                                                            postgraduate level. Important
        TRANSPORT/ BUS SERVICE                                              days     of     national     and
                                                                            international interest are also
There are seven buses to provide                                            observed.
transport facility to the students.
The College also provides buses to
students for field trips and survey
programs to the villages, hospitals,
schools and for other research
activities.
The University of Peshawar is
accessible through government and
public transport service. University Teacher Foundation bus service
is available within the campus during the daytime.

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Various activities related to the subject of Home Economics are            that they are able to establish themselves as independent
planned and carried out throughout the year, arranged by the               entrepreneurs and set up their own enterprises for self-employment,
students association. It comprises the following societies:                job creation, and income generation. Furthermore, to nourish
                                                                           humanitarian spirit in us, the college also engages in social welfare
      English Literary                                                    activities. Blood donations and fund raising are done for helping the
       Society                                                             ill and the needy. Educational tours as a regular and compulsory
      Urdu Literary Society                                               feature are also arranged.
      Religious and National
       Affairs Society                                                     Note: College of Home Economics Student Societies and
      Creative Art Society                                                Alumni Associations are non-political bodies.
      Cultural & Dramatic                                                PHYSICAL FACILITIES
       Society
      Science Society                                                     The premises are spread over an area of 16 acres, including vast
      Sports Society                                                      lawns. A separate building for postgraduate classes and laboratories
                                                                           has been constructed in view of the rapid increase in the enrolment
The college calendar plans the                                             of the College.
curricular and co curricular
events of the whole year at the                                            LIBRARY
outset of the session, thus,
ensuring systematic order of                                               The College has a well-stocked
things. In this way, the students                                          and equipped library, facilitating
enjoy a full academic session                                              the students in their academic
with adequate co curricular functions and activities. The students         pursuits in a comfortable
work in the various societies to help, plan and conduct functions          physical setting. This textbook
including competitions in flower arrangement, poster and card-             cum seminar library has over
making, food preparation, dress designing, dress and hairstyles for        16,000 books on various Home
various occasions etc. English and Urdu Declamation and Debates,           Economics subjects such as
Quiz, Qirat and Naat-Khawani competitions and Recreation Day               General      Home      Economics,
are also held every year. Extension lectures on informative topics         Psychology        and      Human
and ones relating to their age are also arranged for providing proper      Development, Clothing Textile and Fashion Designing, Arts, Food
guidance. Talented Girls Gatherings are arranged at national level.        and Nutrition and Management Studies. Furthermore, books of
Students are also encouraged to participate in co-curricular               Pure, Applied and Social Sciences, English and Urdu Literature,
activities and sports events at provincial and national level.             Pakistan Studies and Religion are also part of the collection. A
In order to open up new vistas for our graduates, we have started to
inspire, educate, and train our students towards entrepreneurship so
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 book bank offers facilities to borrow books for a specified period of     Art & Design
 time. Students can borrow 7 – 8 books for a fixed period. The             Laboratories
 College subscribes a number of scientific journals and magazines.
 The library has audiovisual aids e.g. overhead projector, slide              Ceramics
 projector, TV and computers. The College publishes a magazine                Graphic Designing
 “MEHVAR” that contains written material contributed by the                   Art & Design
 students and staff. The College also publishes a Newsletter.                 Textile Designing
 Furthermore, the British Council, Peshawar has set up a foreign              Weaving
 education resource corner at the College Library. It includes a              Interior Designing
 computer unit and resource material providing students with
 information and guidance for seeking education in the United
 Kingdom.                                                                  Food and Nutrition Sciences
                                                                           Laboratories
LABORATORIES
                                                                               Advanced Dietetics
 The College has laboratories with the latest equipment in Science             Human Nutrition
 and Home Economics subjects.                                                  Nutrition
Computer Studies                                                               Meal Service
Laboratories                                                                    Management
                                                                               Food Microbiology
    BS Lab 1                                                                  Food Technology
    BS Lab 2                                                                  Community Nutrition
    F.A/F.Sc Lab                                                               Lab
    M.Phil/Ph.D Lab
                                                                          Human Development and Family Studies Laboratories
 These laboratories are well
                                                                            Gerontology Lab
 equipped with the latest
                                                                            Early Childhood Care and
 laser printers, scanners,
                                                                              Educational Unit
 multimedia and backup generators.
                                                                              Day Care
                                                                              Pre-play group
                                                                              Play group
                                                                              Nursery School

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Management Studies Laboratories                          ENGLISH LANGUAGE RESOURCE ROOM

     Management lab                                 The English Language Resource Room has been set up by the
     Home Management                                English Department for the undergraduate students. It is to motivate
      Residence                                      students to develop English language skills on their own which is
                                                     also a requirement of the new English language course currently
                                                     under study. There is ample availability of simplified readers,
                                                     reading cards, computers and latest audio/visual aids. All these
                                                     facilities help the students to learn English in an interesting and
                                                     informal way.
 Textiles and Clothing
 Laboratories                                        GERNOTLOGY LAB

    Fashion Designing                               In order to observe the developmental
    Draping                                         Progress of infant and toddlers, Day-
    Experimental Textiles                           Care Center and Play Group is
    Textile Chemistry                               established in the College. The center
    Dyeing and Printing Lab                         provides activities suitable for
                                                     enhancing the physical, mental,
                                                     emotional and social development of
                                                     children. The facility is also used to benefit mothers of infants and
Basic Sciences                                       toddlers who are employed elsewhere.
                                                     Briefly it comes under Human Development laboratories.
  Biochemistry
  Chemistry                                         NURSERY SCHOOL
  Physiology
                                                     The Nursery School is a
  Physics
                                                     unique laboratory for the
  Biology
                                                     students       of        Human
                                                     Development Studies. Pre-
                                                     school children are enrolled in
                                                     the Nursery School as in any
                                                     other educational institution. The students have the benefit of
                                                     having the facility of observing children for their social, physical

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and mental growth and development. The nursery school has a              COLLEGE UNIFORM
variety of equipment for indoor and outdoor play, educational toys
and books. The senior students also assist in work related to the         The uniform with its accessories is available in the prescribed store
Nursery School.                                                           on payment at the college at the time of admission. The college
                                                                          uniform consists of the following items:
HOSTEL
                                                                          F.A
Hostel facility is provided to the students. The hostel is adjacent to
the College.                                                              Shirt (Knee Length) with collar      White and brown check
                                                                          Shalwar                              White
CANTEEN                                                                   Duppatta                             White with 1 inch brown check
                                                                                                               border on four sides
The College has a canteen for snacks, soft drinks, and simple lunch.      Shoes (one inch heal only)           Brown
The canteens cater to the student’s needs from morning till the           Socks                                Skin
afternoon. A committee of the teaching staff supervises its quality       Hair pins, bands and clips, etc.     Black
and rates.                                                                Blazer                               Brown
                                                                          Sweater                              Brown
STATIONARY SHOP                                                           Scarf                                White
                                                                          Slip                                 White
Stationary shop has a stock on educational materials, items required
for practicals and also of daily need.                                    F.Sc
FIRST AID                                                                   Shirt (knee length) with Collar    Fawn and white check
                                                                            Shalwar                            White
Medical facility is provided to the students of the college in First        Shoes (one inch heal only)         Brown
Aid room. It is well equipped with necessary medicines and                  Socks                              Skin
supervised by a trained attendant.                                          Hair pins, bands and clips, etc.   Black
                                                                            Sweater                            Brown
PHOTOCOPY/PRINTING SERVICES
                                                                            Scarf                              White
Photocopying and printing facilities are available to the students
within the College at reasonable charges.
Similarly the college has

    Exhibition hall
    College official website.

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BS Home Economics

Shirt                                        Fawn shirt with brown
                                             collar and cuff
Shalwar                                      White
Duppata                                      White with shirt color
                                             (fawn) piping
Sweater                                      Brown
Shoes                                        Brown
Hair pins, bands, clips etc.                 Brown
Socks                                        Skin
Blazer                                       Brown
Scarf                                        White

       The college uniform committee supervises the quality, rates,
        and supply services.
       Further queries and concerns related to the uniform will be
         clarified at the time of admission.

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  COLLEGE OF HOME ECONOMICS
UNIVERSITY OF PESHAWAR, PAKISTAN
      Tel: 091-9216682, 9221333
        Email:che@uop.edu.pk
      Website:www.che.uop.edu.pk

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