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3 Education is a matter of life and death for Pakistan. The world is progressing so

Education is a matter of life and death for Pakistan. The world is progressing so rapidly that without requisite advance in education, not only shall we be left behind others but may be wiped out altogether

(September 26, 1947, Karachi)

may be wiped out altogether (September 26, 1947, Karachi) سے ں ایرو کشت پنیا لقبا ا

سے ں ایرو کشت پنیا لقبا ا میدُا نا ہے نہیں

!قیسا ہے خیزرز بہت مٹی یہ تو ہو نم ارذ

)190ہرقبلا( اترک ںیہن دنسپ وک ےلاو ےنرک زواجت ےس دح اللہ کش ےب ورک ہن زواجت ےس دح

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WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT

Unique Leadership

Experienced And Professionally Qualified Staff

Monthly Progress Report

Sheikh Muhammad Din Award

Scholarships And Prizes

Checking Of Class Performance And Attendance Report

Providing Best Study Material

Individual Attention

Developing Work Habits

Monthly Tests And Send-Up Examination

Personality Grooming And Character Building

Teachers, Parents And Students Counseling

Result Oriented Education

Regular Reporting To The Parents/ Parent Teacher Meetings

Special Package For Hafiz-E-Quran, Kinship

Highly Attractive And Learning Environment

Curricular And Co-Curricular Activities

Special Package For Students Obtaining 85% Marks And Financial Help For Needy Students

Compulsory Quranic Education

Air-Conditioned Library

Pick & Drop Facilities At Your Own Route

Tutorial Groups

Facilities Of Internet Wi-Fi And Multimedia

Spacious Play Ground

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Chairman’s Message

Education is the only tool, which makes a country prosper in every field of life, thus giving people a chance to live a peaceful ad comfortable life. The founder of Pakistan Quaid-E-Azam Muhammad Ali Jannah, addressing the first all Pakistan conference 1947, stated that the future of our state will and must depend upon the type of education we give to our children. He laid emphasis on the access of girls to education and better quality of education for all in the areas of Science and Technology. The policy of Government to promote education through private sector gives us the mandate to establish educational institute in the province. The opening of Din College For Women, Chiniot is also an attempt to educate the youth of Chiniot, particularly the girls. This education project, in my view, will be a step to reduce the gender disparity and provide purpose-oriented education at an affordable cost to one of the most neglected under privileged remote areas thereby ensuring the empowerment of women by preparing them for the responsibility of scientific, technological and socio-economic development of the country

technological and socio-economic development of the country Our Courses are designed to provide our students the

Our Courses are designed to provide our students the skills and knowledge they need to succeed in today's competitive environment. Our vision for the future is defined by realism and our focus is steadfastly on raising the quality of education to it and for not only with the best in Pakistan but those refers them as world class educational institution.

Din College for Women is set up with noble objective and pioneer spirit. Besides quality education, we provide very protective and satisfying environment essential for the growth of students’ assure you that your experience at our institution will be rewarding both academically and culturally because we have excellent facilities for teaching classes as the faculty is highly qualified, we try to develop in each student maximum potential by providing not only the latest teaching methods and technology but individual guidance & assistance.

The real merit of an institution is to squeeze the best out of the available talent Din College for Women aspires to do that and ensures that the atmosphere is conductive to academic innovation. I wish you all the best in your future literary endeavors.

In the end, I would like to draw your attention to a very important issue in this world; man has so many desires and wishes. He struggles hard to translate his wishes and dreams in-to reality. He may fulfill his desire & It is also possible that he may not achieve his goal but the secret of real success in that every desire and wish should be in submission to the wish and desire of Almighty Allah JJH and His last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad S.A.W.W. I am also thankful to my city fellows particularly the members of “Anjuman Islamia” Chiniot, who stood by me and with their combined efforts and co-operation, the dream of this college become a reality. In the end, I pray to God that this college may fulfill our desires and prove to be an asset for Chiniot city.

S.M MUNEER Chairman, Chiniot Anjuman Islamia

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Brief History of Din College for Women Chiniot

Din College for Women Chiniot had been established under the auspices of Chiniot Anjuman Islamia. Since the inception in 1983 Anjuman has launched numerous welfare projects which include primary schools, High Schools, Madrasa-tul Binat, Colleges, Hospitals and dispensaries, have been developed in the light of the teachings of the Holy Quran and Sunnah. This society has been rendering financial assistance to the deserving students.

Din College for Women Chiniot is a step forward in realizing the goals of the society- quality education and training of youth as good Muslims and Pakistan is the mission which society will continue to fulfill. This society is committed to provide the students with best possible faculty, learning resources, services and congenial environment. The projects, the society has launched so far, have yielded good and encouraging results, and the recent Din College for Women project will be pursued with same missionary zeal.

Being aware of the great role that good education is to play in the national life and having painfully realized the dearth of good educational institution to meet the educational need to the fast increasing population of Chiniot. Din College for Women Chiniot was established by S.M Muneer in the year 2003 on the esteem desire of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan. The College premises cover an area of 4 acres including main building which take 30,000 square ft.

In the beginning the College has double stories, now third storey has been constructed, named Hameeda Begum Block by Din family, in the year 2010. There are spacious rooms in this College including two computer labs as well as two libraries. The Premises consisted of the one geography labs, two biology labs, one botany & one Zoology lab, two physics labs, two Chemistry labs, a psychology & Home Economics labs and a sports room all these labs are equipped with latest apparatuses. The College has a main hall to arrange any kind of function. Starting secondary level English medium school (Science+ Commerce) besides M.A English, M.A Economics, M.A Islamiat, M.A Urdu, M.Ed, B.Ed, and Diploma Physical Education Classes.

The choice of each student is carefully adjusted t o her ability & aptitude as well as the future career, which she has in her mind.

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۔ےہ لوصا اڑب ےس بس اک یبایماک پآدم ینپا

LIST OF EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE DIN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN CHINIOT

1.

Mr. S.M Muneer

Chairman

2.

Shafeeq Ahmad Magoon

Vice Chairman

3.

Mian Rasheed Iqbal

Convener Accounts

4.

Mian Saleem Omer Sb

Member

5.

S.M Saleem

Member

6.

Mian. Naseem Shafi

Member

7.

Qaiser Ahmed Sheikh (MNA)

Member

8.

Mian Mushtaq Ahmad

Member

9.

Mian Abdul Hameed Puri

Member

10.

Ch.M .Iqbal

Member

11.

Ch. Masood Iqbal

Member

12.

Dr. Hassan Sohaib Murad (UMT Lahore)

Member

13.

Principal Din College

Principal/Secretary

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)93 لخنا (ورکایل ھچ وپ ےس ںولاو ملع وت وہ ہن ملع ںیہمت رگا

Sr.no

Name

List of Teaching Staff Qualification Subject
List of Teaching Staff
Qualification
Subject

Designation

1.

Mrs. Ghazala Ghazanfer

M.A,B.Ed

English, History, TEFL

Act. Principal

2.

Mrs.Rahila Raza

M.A,B.Ed

History

lecturer

3.

Mrs.Shaista Zaidi

M.A,B.Ed

Urdu

Lecturer

4.

Mrs. Qudsia Irfan

M.Sc,B.Ed

Computer Science

Lecturer

5.

Ms. Khalida Parveen

M.A

Education, Pol.Science

Lecturer

6.

Mrs. Misbah Liaqat

M.A,B.Ed

Urdu

Lecturer

7.

Mrs. Gulnaz Bano

M.A,B.Ed

Islamiat, Arabic

Lecturer

8.

Mrs. Tayyaba Kulsoom

M.Sc,B.Ed

Geography

Lecturer

9.

Mrs. Tanveer Fatima

M.A,B.Ed

Economics

Lecturer

10.

Mrs. Attia Amir

M.A

Islamiat, Arabic

Lecturer

11.

Mrs. Rukhsana Parveen

M.Sc,B.Ed

Home-Economics

Lecturer

12.

Mrs. Hina Naqi

M.Sc,B.Ed

Statistics

Lecturer

13.

Ms. Shagufta Malik

M.A, M.Ed

Pol-Science

Lecturer

14.

Ms. Asma Aslam

M.A, M.Ed

English

Lecturer

15.

Mrs. Ezza Abbass

M.A, M.Ed

Psychology

Lecturer

16.

Ms. Irum Ejaz

M.COM,B.Ed

Accounting

Lecturer

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Ms. Sidra Sadiq

M.Sc,M.Ed

Sociology

Lecturer

18.

Ms. Aqsa Ramzan

M.A,M.Ed

English

Lecturer

19.

Ms. Sadia

M.SC

Home-Economics

Lecturer

20.

Mrs. Nosheen Yousaf

M.A

Islamiat, Education

Lecturer

21.

Ms. Kiran Sheikh

M.A,M.Ed

M.A Education.

Lecturer

22.

Ms Aqsa Shahid

M.Com,B.Ed

Accounting

Lecturer

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Ms Maria Abbas

M.SC

Biology

Lecturer

24.

Ms. Kiran Aslam

M.A, B.Ed

English

Lecturer

25.

Ms. Sidra Farooq

M.Sc, B.Ed

Computer Science

Lecturer

26.

Mr. Muneer Tabassum

M.Sc

Physics

Lecturer

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Ms. Javeria Rashid

M. Phil

Economics

Lecturer

28.

Ms. Sana Yousaf

M.Sc

Maths

Lecturer

29.

Ms. Shama Naqvi

M.Phil

Zoology

Lecturer

30.

Ms.Matiha Jamil

M.Sc

Chemistry

Lecturer

31.

Ms. Sobia

M.A

Library Science

Librarian

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Ms. Shama

B.Sc

Science

Asst. Lecturer

33.

Ms. Rizwana Liaqat

   

Asst. Lecturer

34.

Mrs. Irshad Bibi

   

Asst. Lecturer

35.

Ms. Paris Fatima

   

Asst. Lecturer

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)ملسم( ےرک ہن رخف یھب رپ یسک ضحش یئوک رک کت ںاہی ،ورک رایتخا یزجاع

Din College for Women Non Teaching Staff

OFFICE STAFF

Sr. No

Name

Designation

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Mr. Zawar Hussain

Admin Manager

2.

Mr. Zahid Aman

Accountant

3.

Mr. Zubair Ali

Fee Officer

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Mr. Mushtaq Ahmad

Asst. Fee officer

5.

Mr. Ghulam Shabir

Baildar

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Mr. Fazal Abbas

Baildar

7.

Mr. Ismail Ahmad

Mali

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Mrs. Nasreen Akhtar

Sweeper

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Mrs. Razia

Sweeper

10.

Mrs. Ayesha Tasleem

Sweeper

11.

Haq Nawaz

Security Guard

12.

Muhammad Ashraf

Security Guard

13.

Ghulam Abbas

Security Guard

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VISION:

To aspire to create meaning-full and visible change in managerial entrepreneurial and leadership capabilities of private, public and civil society organization through high quality research, teaching and training.

MISSION:

Our mission is “Success comes to doers not observers. Great success carries behind it great efforts and high goals, we have our own goals and objectives which direct us to our destination to quality education.

Aims and Objectives

1. To emphasize on quality education particularly in the field of science and Information Technology.

2. To gain excellent results, By adopting modern methods of teachings.

3. Development of character building, honesty, affection through teachers and student’s record.

4. Development of individual qualities like sociability, tolerance, cooperation etc. by proper motivation and guidance.

5. Preparations of schedule for monthly tests, December Test and Promotion test.

6. To root out ignorance from society through imparting education under the able leadership and learned teachers.

7. To infuse Islamic teachings to make good citizen and create sense of patriotism among students.

8. To share that knowledge, understanding and creativity by producing a broad range of educational programme in a diverse community. Teachers interested in continuing education for active role in competition and culturally diverse environments.

9. To provide facilities of internet, Wi-Fi and Projector for the students to motivate them for research.

10. To conduct seminars and conferences to provide a conductive atmosphere of learning and dialogue where our students should get an opportunity to groom themselves

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Unique Points of Din College (W), Chiniot

Educational Quality To offer high quality, academically sound education to an international student body in a supportive and understanding environment

By developing and adopting an English language curriculum from college level.

By nurturing an atmosphere of trust between students, staff, administrators and parents

Student Creativity To promote a positive attitude towards creativity, allowing students to actively engage in the learning process

By providing a wide variety of stimulating learning experiences, allowing students to acquire the concepts, skills and attitudes necessary to develop their full individual potential

By helping students to assess their own abilities and become independent learners, able to solve problems, work in groups and set priorities

College Community To promote a sense of community in the college so that students and staff develop a sense of belonging to the college

By providing a stable, secure and welcoming atmosphere for all individuals within the college

By providing opportunities for students to develop friendships outside the classroom and by offering recreational activities

Cultural Diversity

To encourage cultural understanding, tolerance and the enjoyment of diversity

By exposing students to different cultures through a well planned international curriculum mindful of the views and beliefs of others

By promoting positive attitudes towards the host country through study of its main languages English and Urdu and the country’s physical and cultural diversity

Student Self-Esteem

To develop self-esteem and a sense of respect for others

By encouraging communication in both social and academic environments between all members of the college community

By becoming aware of one’s own personal beliefs and attitudes, as well the wider significance of local and global issues

Staff / Curriculum Development To address the need for ongoing staff and curriculum development

By continuous evaluation of present and future needs

By appraising the staff and offering it access to relevant professional development of a high international standard

Facility / Financial Management

To have committed, experienced and qualified staff and well equipped facilities operating on a sound financial basis

By transparent financial management, keeping the college in a healthy economic situation

By forward-looking strategic planning, open communication with the local, national and international community to integrate the college in an environment that is supportive both intellectually and materially.

SPECIALITIES & FACILITIES

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1. College Magazines:

The college magazine also echo academic accomplishments & Sports Successes in Board & University thereby keeping the students of Din College abreast of fresh news at all time.

2. College Identity Card:

In order to impress upon the students the importance of discipline & to cultivate a sense of affinity, each student is issued a separate identity card and it is compulsory for a student to display it on her uniform during the college hours.

3.

Study Tour:

To lighten the stress of studies, study trips are arranged throughout the academic session.

4.

Computer Training Programs:

College provides to learn computer skills for students and outsiders.

5.

College Café:

The college café provides a wide range of eatables & drinks at reasonable rates. Quality of all products is very good and are checked regularly.

5.

College Transport Facility:

The college provides transport facility to its students on different routes i.e., all over the city Chiniot, Chak Jhumra, Pindi Bhatian, Lalian, Burj Mandi, Chenab Naghar etc.

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Teaching of the Holy Quran:

The Teaching of the Holy Quran is compulsory for all classes, The students are taught some selected SURAHS with their meanings and explanation.

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Students Files:

All the results of monthly tests, December Test and Promotion Test will be noted down in students file The file, is also a means of communication between teacher and parents on the affair of the students,

8. Prayer Room:

The college has a fully functional prayer Room. The Prayer room is used to develop Islamic Teachings by practical demonstration and arrangements are made to hold Zohar Prayers in the Room

9. Play Ground

A sizeable play field is available just in the back of the main building for outdoor sports and games.

10. Mini Auditorium:

A Mini Auditorium is available for functions & seminars lectures & other educational activities.

11. College Dispensary:

Complying with the ethical needs, college dispensary is providing first aid . if required, it is equipped with necessary first aid kit,

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Facilities For Students

Learning Resources

The Library

The importance of dissemination of knowledge and keeping up-to-date with the rest of the world is the need of present day. Libraries play a vital role in attaining the educational goals and fulfilling the instructional needs of the programs offered by the college. As they serve as a source of professional reference services and information to supplement classroom and laboratory learning, libraries also contribute to the teaching/learning environment of the academic departments. The library committee is responsible for the efficient working of the library.

IT Services

maintain and manage

the IT infrastructure of the college. One of the primary objectives is to facilitate all the departments in both their educational and training activities relevant to computers and information technology.

The Department of IT services is working with highly qualified and skilled personal to provide,

The following facilities are available at the campus

Digital Library

Wireless and wired internet facility

Computer Short Courses

Transport Facility of College

 Computer Short Courses Transport Facility of College The college runs a fleet of busses to

The college runs a fleet of busses to facilitate students and staff to commute to and from the different cities. Transport facility is also provided after the end of the regular academic session for any other purpose.

College Van Stops

Chanab Naghair, Ahmad Naghar, Laliyain Pindhi Bhattain,

Chiniot City Stops

Sattlite Town, Jhand Road, Thana City , Jalbi Chowk, Pepol Chowk, Aali Mohala, Shaeed Chowk, Sargodha Road, Moazam Shah, Ali Hospital, Alamgir Road, Furniture Market, Eid Gah Road, Faisalabad Road, Lahore Road and Ray Chand Area.

Sarh Murad Wala, Burj Mandi, Chak Jhumra, Chiniot City Stops

Gah Road, Faisalabad Road, Lahore Road and Ray Chand Area. Sarh Murad Wala, Burj Mandi, Chak

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Health Services

College also provides health center facilities for the students and staff member. The medical health center provides first aid and indoor/ outdoor medicines to students.

Security Facility

Din College is highly concerned with security issues. There are proper and enough security personals. Security staff also ensures safety of the students as well as the college property

Information Technology and Science Lab

LIBRARY
LIBRARY
safety of the students as well as the college property Information Technology and Science Lab LIBRARY
safety of the students as well as the college property Information Technology and Science Lab LIBRARY
COMPUTER LABS
COMPUTER LABS
safety of the students as well as the college property Information Technology and Science Lab LIBRARY
safety of the students as well as the college property Information Technology and Science Lab LIBRARY

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ZOOLOGY LAB CHEMISTRY LAB Psychology Lab BOTANY LAB
ZOOLOGY LAB
CHEMISTRY LAB
Psychology Lab
BOTANY LAB
16 ZOOLOGY LAB CHEMISTRY LAB Psychology Lab BOTANY LAB GEOGRAPHY LAB HOME ECONOMICS LAB
16 ZOOLOGY LAB CHEMISTRY LAB Psychology Lab BOTANY LAB GEOGRAPHY LAB HOME ECONOMICS LAB
GEOGRAPHY LAB
GEOGRAPHY LAB
16 ZOOLOGY LAB CHEMISTRY LAB Psychology Lab BOTANY LAB GEOGRAPHY LAB HOME ECONOMICS LAB
HOME ECONOMICS LAB
HOME
ECONOMICS LAB
16 ZOOLOGY LAB CHEMISTRY LAB Psychology Lab BOTANY LAB GEOGRAPHY LAB HOME ECONOMICS LAB
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The libraries are the wonderful gathering places to study, to write and to pursue scholarly research, to learn and use information technology, and draw on the collections of printed and electronic resources. The college library acts as a gateway to information and knowledge. Din College has a rich library to facilitate the student in every field of study. They not only consolidate the class room knowledge, but also give the students’ opportunities to develop insight, and research oriented learning.

Mission:

The mission of the Din College library is to achieve excellence in the prevision and promotion of information services to meet the research, teaching and learning needs of the College. We are committed to help the students in providing facility to take advantage of these recourses.

Objectives: Our main objective is to provide the information to our user that they want.

The effectiveness of this function is directly related to provisional,

development and organization of information services. An effective use of information recourse is a necessary precondition to an academic success and even throughout the life. It’s our goal to provide the

excellent services to students and faculty through advance online library facility. The college library and reading room shall remain open on all working days. Two books shall be issued at a time. A book cannot be kept for more than two weeks in case of damage or loss of book an amount equivalent to triple of the actual price of the book shall be recoverable. A fine o0f one rupee per day shall be charged on each book kept after the due date. The library of the college is computerized.

o0f one rupee per day shall be charged on each book kept after the due date.
o0f one rupee per day shall be charged on each book kept after the due date.
o0f one rupee per day shall be charged on each book kept after the due date.
o0f one rupee per day shall be charged on each book kept after the due date.

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Sports and Games

Games and sports are very important for human health. The games and sports, build students character and bring to surface the good qualities of a player. Through sports and games students learn the values of cooperation obedience and sacrifices in life

“Players Win Games, Teams Win Championship”.

[Bill Taylor]

Din College For Women Chiniot is playing an important role in the field of sports and games, in Youth Festival our team performed in a best way and got 1 st position at district level in different matches and got 2 nd position at divisional level.

“Pain Is Only Temporary But Victory Is Forever.” “Winners Don’t Wait For Chances They Take Them.”

level. “Pain Is Only Temporary But Victory Is Forever.” “Winners Don’t Wait For Chances They Take
level. “Pain Is Only Temporary But Victory Is Forever.” “Winners Don’t Wait For Chances They Take
level. “Pain Is Only Temporary But Victory Is Forever.” “Winners Don’t Wait For Chances They Take
level. “Pain Is Only Temporary But Victory Is Forever.” “Winners Don’t Wait For Chances They Take

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Din College for Women Chiniot

ACHIEVEMTNS IN SPORTS

SPORTS COMPETITION 2014

Divisional

Level

Cricket

2 nd Position

Volley Ball

2 nd Position

200

M

2 nd Position

100

M

3 rd Position

Javelin throw

3 rd Position

Long Jump

3 rd Position

Tug of war

3 rd Position

Hockey

3 rd Position

d Position H o c k e y 3 r d Position District Level Table Tennis
d Position H o c k e y 3 r d Position District Level Table Tennis

District

Level

Table Tennis

2 nd Position

Badminton

2 nd Position

Hockey

1 st Position

Volley Ball

1 st Position

Tug of War

1 st Position

Cricket

1 st Position

100M

1 st Position

200M

1 st Position

1500m

1st Position

Long Jump

1 st Position

Javelin throw

1 st Position

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Achievements in Home-Economics Department (2014)

20 Achievements in Home-Economics Department (201 4 ) Fresh Flower Arrangement ( Rang-e-Bahran ) 1st Position

Fresh Flower Arrangement ( Rang-e-Bahran ) 1st Position Exhibition ( Chairman Welfare Society) 2nd position

(On World Environment Day)

Chief Minister Youth Festival 2014

(Tehsil Level)

Photography Competition (Below 18) 1st, 2nd & 3rd PositionsDay) Chief Minister Youth Festival 2014 (Tehsil Level) Photography Competition (Above 18) 3rd Position Painting

Photography Competition (Above 18) 3rd PositionCompetition (Below 18) 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions Painting Competition( Above 18) 1st Position (District

Painting Competition( Above 18) 1st PositionPositions Photography Competition (Above 18) 3rd Position (District Level) Cooking Competition =2nd & 3rd

(District Level)

Cooking Competition =2nd & 3rd Positions.Competition( Above 18) 1st Position (District Level) Handi Craft Competition, = 1st & 2nd Positions. Science

Handi Craft Competition, = 1st & 2nd Positions.Level) Cooking Competition =2nd & 3rd Positions. Science Model Competition = 1st Position. Cultural Model

Science Model Competition = 1st Position.Handi Craft Competition, = 1st & 2nd Positions. Cultural Model Competition = 1st & 2nd Positions.

Cultural Model Competition = 1st & 2nd Positions.2nd Positions. Science Model Competition = 1st Position. Cooking Family Event Competition = 1st, 2nd &

Cooking Family Event Competition = 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions.Cultural Model Competition = 1st & 2nd Positions. Dress-Show Competition = 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions.

Dress-Show Competition = 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions.Family Event Competition = 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions. Street Art competition = 1st Position. Salad

Street Art competition = 1st Position.Dress-Show Competition = 1st, 2nd & 3rd Positions. Salad Competition sprig festival = 1 s t

Salad Competition sprig festival = 1 s t Position st Position

Fresh Flower arrangement spring festival= 1 s t Position st Position

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(Divisional Level)

Science Model Competition = 3rd Position21 (Divisional Level) Cultural Model Competition = 2nd Position. Handi Craft Competition = 2nd Position. Fresh

Cultural Model Competition = 2nd Position.(Divisional Level) Science Model Competition = 3rd Position Handi Craft Competition = 2nd Position. Fresh Flower

Handi Craft Competition = 2nd Position.= 3rd Position Cultural Model Competition = 2nd Position. Fresh Flower Arrangement Competition = 3rd Position.

Fresh Flower Arrangement Competition = 3rd Position.= 2nd Position. Handi Craft Competition = 2nd Position. Punjab Youth Festival 2014 ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION

Punjab Youth Festival 2014

ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION

District, LevelPunjab Youth Festival 2014 ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION 1st Position Urdu Speech, Competition. District, Level 2nd

1st PositionFestival 2014 ENGLISH DEBATE COMPETITION District, Level Urdu Speech, Competition. District, Level 2nd Position.

Urdu Speech, Competition.

District, Level 1st Position Urdu Speech, Competition. District, Level 2nd Position. Islamiat District, Level

District, Level 2nd Position.

Islamiat

District, LevelSpeech, Competition. District, Level 2nd Position. Islamiat Husn-e-Qirat 2nd Position Naat-e-Rasool ( P.B.U.H) 2nd

Husn-e-Qirat 2nd PositionUrdu Speech, Competition. District, Level 2nd Position. Islamiat District, Level Naat-e-Rasool ( P.B.U.H) 2nd Position.

Naat-e-Rasool ( P.B.U.H) 2nd Position.1st Position Urdu Speech, Competition. District, Level 2nd Position. Islamiat District, Level Husn-e-Qirat 2nd Position

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Seven Learning Goals

22 Seven Learning Goals In line with the aims of education and the overall aims of

In line with the aims of education and the overall aims of the school curriculum, had set out the learning goals that our students should be able to achieve as follows:

I. Recognize their roles and responsibilities as members in the family, the society, the nation; show concern for their well-being;

Ii. Understand their national identity and be committed to contributing to the nation and society;

Iii. Develop a habit of reading independently;

Iv. Engage in discussion actively and confidently in English and Urdu.

V. Develop creative thinking and master independent learning skills (e.g. Critical thinking, information technology, numeracy and self management);

Vi. Possess a breadth and foundation of knowledge in the eight key learning areas; and

Vii.Lead a healthy lifestyle and develop an interest and appreciation of aesthetic and physical activities.

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Din college For Girls, Chiniot

(Secondary Classes (9 th & 10 th ))

After achieving the fabulous success at college level. Din College also offers secondary level (9 th & 10 th) classes. Secondary level is designed for the teaching of students under the direction of teachers. All education levels are important, but secondary school is important primarily because it seems to be at that level that people are able to interface with more technology. Albert Motivans said “In many ways, secondary education is a bridge for young people from the world of school to the world of work.

young people from the world of school to the world of work. College is a community

College is a community where:

school to the world of work. College is a community where:  Each person is welcomed

Each person is welcomed as an individual, whilst recognizing that their role as part of the whole is also vital

that their role as part of the whole is also vital  Academic excellence is prized

Academic excellence is prized by all, whilst it is seen to be a part of the broader nature of education

Self confidence is encouraged, whilst recognizing that it develops through risk taking and making mistakes

We value our environment

Objectives

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To develop in each pupil:

Self-esteem and a feeling of self-worth.

A healthy lifestyle and physical and mental well-being.

Care and respect for people and the environment in a context of social, moral, multi-cultural and spiritual awareness.

The ability to work as part of a team, developing sensitivity to other people’s needs and points of view.

A responsibility for their own learning and actions.

An awareness of the modern world, and an environmental and aesthetic appreciation of it.

The ability and confidence to communicate effectively. This includes development of the key skills of literacy, numeracy and ICT.

A sound scientific and technological understanding.

The ability to understand and analyze information.

The ability to apply knowledge and skills to solve problems.

A creative and enquiring mind committed to life-long learning.

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Scheme of Studies

For 9 th & 10 th Classes

Compulsory Subject for Secondary Classes:

1) English 4) Pakistan Studies

Elective Subjects:

2) Urdu 5) Mathematics

3)Islamiat

Science Group

1) Physics

2) Chemistry

3) Biology/ Computer Science

Arts Group

Select any three subjects from the following

1) General Science

2) Home Economics

3) Islamite Elective

4) Arabic

27 Huxley says” Science Is Simply Common Sen se At Its Best. That Is Rigidly
27 Huxley says” Science Is Simply Common Sen se At Its Best. That Is Rigidly

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Huxley says” Science Is Simply Common Sense At Its Best. That Is Rigidly Accurate In Observation and Merciless Of Fallacy in Logic.

Science is actually a correct, direct and exact method of doing things and knowing realities. Keeping in view all these facts Din College for women, chiniot aims at providing the city best facilities to science students. In this regard the institute feels proud of its, learning and enlightened faculty members, well equipped, well furnished, and well managed and matchless physics, chemistry and biology laboratories.

and matchless physics, chemistry and biology laboratories. The department of sciences in Din College For Women,
and matchless physics, chemistry and biology laboratories. The department of sciences in Din College For Women,
and matchless physics, chemistry and biology laboratories. The department of sciences in Din College For Women,

The department of sciences in Din College For Women, Chiniot is inspiring to develop state-of-art practical facilities and has inducted young, talented and very experienced academicians. And all the relevant literature is also available which can facilitate students to solve their problems under the guidance of their benevolent teachers. The faculty put in efforts to motivate the students, stimulating interest in their respective subject through their effective methods of teaching to produce excellent results

Scheme of Studies

Compulsory Subjects for Intermediate Classes:

1) English

2) Urdu

Elective Subjects:

F.Sc.(Pre-Medical) 1) Physics

F.Sc.(Pre-Engineering)

1) Physics

3)Islamiat

2) Chemistry

2) Chemistry

Select any one group of the following.

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Intermediate

4) Pakistan

3) Biology

Studies

3) Mathematics

I.C.S

Group 1

1) Computer Science

2) Physics

3) Mathematics

Group 2

1) Computer Science

2) Economics

3) Mathematics

Group 3

1) Computer Science

2) Statistics

3) Mathematics

Compulsory Subjects for Bachelor Classes:

Graduation

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29 Commerce is the backbone of any business concern in today’s world of cut throat competition
29 Commerce is the backbone of any business concern in today’s world of cut throat competition

Commerce is the backbone of any business concern in today’s world of cut throat competition in the vital business environment, the role of commerce professionals has become highly demanding and challenging. The need of the hour is to groom professionals equipped with thorough knowledge and practical tolls to deal with the prevailing situation with novelty of ideas and to enable them to make choices and decision using system approaches

them to make choices and decision using system approaches The college aims to produce commerce professionals
them to make choices and decision using system approaches The college aims to produce commerce professionals

The college aims to produce

commerce professionals with strong

theoretical and practical knowledge of the

field and to enable them to be successful

managers for both public and private

sectors.

The Objectives of college is:

To prepare our graduates for public and private sector organizations and to equip them to compete the needs of complex and changing business environment.

To provide the business students bottom to top management orientation, enhance their business skills, and integrate theory into practice in their daily lives. To encourage continuous learning and habitual receptiveness, explore the new ways of identifying and dealing with opportunities and problems, and face future business challenges.

Scheme of Studies

Compulsory Subject for Intermediate Classes:

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Intermediate (I.COM)

1) English

2) Urdu

3)Islamiat

4) Pakistan Studies

Elective Subjects:

Part-I

1

Principles of

2

Principles of Economics

Accounting

3

Principles of

4

Principles of Commerce

Commerce

Graduation( B.COM)

Compulsory Subject for Intermediate Classes:

1) English

2) Pak Studies

3)Islamiat

Part II

1

Principles of

2

Principal of Banking

Accounting

3

Commercial

4

Business Statistics

Geography

 

Part -I

 

Part-II

1.

Business Statistics & Mathematics

1.

Advance Financial Accounting

2.

Computer Application In Business

2.

Auditing

3.

Economics

3.

Business Communication auditing And Report Writing

4.

Financial Accounting

4.

Business Law

5.

Introduction To Business

5.

Cost Accounting

6.

Money, Banking And Finanace

6.

Economics Of Pakistan

7.

Islamic Studies

7.

Pakistan Studies

8.

Functional English

8.

Business Taxation

Elective Subjects:

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Select any one subject from the each group Group 1

Group 2

Group3

1.

Physics

Math (General)

Chemistry

2.

Physics

Math (General)

Statistics

3.

Physics

Math (General)

Computer Sci

4.

Physics

Chemistry

Computer Sci

5.

Physics

Chemistry

Statistics

6.

Zoology

Chemistry

Botany

7.

Math A

Math B

Physics

8.

Math A

Math B

Statistics

9.

Math A

Math B

Economics

10.

Math A

Math B

Computer Sci

11.

Psychology

Chemistry

Botany

12.

Psychology

Zoology

Geography

13.

Psychology

Statistics

Home Economics

14.

Psychology

Geography

Home Economics

15.

Chemistry

Geography

Economics

16.

Economics

Computer

Mathematics

17.

Psychology

Botany

Zoology

18.

Mathematics

Geography

Economics

19.

Mathematics

Statistics

Computer Sci

20.

Zoology

Chemistry

Statistics

21.

Chemistry

Zoology

Geography

22.

Mathematics

Economics

Statistics

23.

Statistics

Geography

Economics

24.

Statistics

Economics

Computer Sci

25.

Geography

Economics

Computer Sci

32 Humanities are subjects of studies that are concerned the way people think and behave.

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32 Humanities are subjects of studies that are concerned the way people think and behave. Humanities
32 Humanities are subjects of studies that are concerned the way people think and behave. Humanities

Humanities are subjects of studies that are concerned the way people think and behave. Humanities deal with social/ economics, behavioral processes of human being, the lyceum of humanities is studied with diversity of tall tree as economics, sociology, history, psychology and political-science has been established as elements factor relationship for humanities.

The faculty put in efforts to motivate the students, stimulating interest in their respective subject through their effective methods of teaching to produce excellent results.

They have been successful in cultivating thinking and analytical skills in the students. The graduates of Din College for Women, Chiniot are pursuing their careers very successfully and have earned a good name for the institution.

The department is inspiring to develop state-of-art practical facilities and has inducted young, talented and very experienced academicians. And all the relevant literature is also available which can facilitate students to solve their problems under the guidance of their benevolent teachers.

is also available which can facilitate students to solve their problems under the guidance of their
is also available which can facilitate students to solve their problems under the guidance of their
is also available which can facilitate students to solve their problems under the guidance of their

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Scheme of Studies

Intermediate

Compulsory Subject for Intermediate Classes:

1) English

2) Urdu

3)Islamiat

4) Pakistan Studies

Elective Subjects For Intermediate:

Select any one subject from the each group.

Sr.No

Group A

Group B

Group C

1.

Education

Islamic Studies

Englisg Advance

2.

Economics

Mathematics

Urdu Advance

3.

Health & Physical Education

Civics

Statics

4.

Applied Psychology

Home Economics

History

5.

Library Science

Sociology

Geography

6.

 

Arabic

7.

 

Computer Science

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Graduation

Compulsory Subject for Bachelor Classes:

1) English

2)Islamiat

3) Pakistan Studies

Optional Subject:

1) Urdu

2) Library Science

3) Arabic 4) Islamiat

Elective Subjects:

Select any one subject from the each group

Sr.No

Group A

Group B

1.

Education

Islamic Studies

2.

Economics

Mathematics

3.

English advance

Political science

4.

Applied Psychology

Health & Physical Education

5.

Library Science

Sociology

6.

Islamics studies

Computer Science

 

7.

Home Economics

History

8.

Statistics advance

Geography

 

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35 A master's degree involves moving a step further into the realm of higher learning to
35 A master's degree involves moving a step further into the realm of higher learning to

A master's degree involves moving a step further into the realm of higher learning to enable you to be considered a true professional. To attain a bachelor’s degree is a great achievement in itself and nothing to be sneered at, but to go on from there and achieve a master's degree shows a higher, more involved level of knowledge. Today a master's degree enables applicants to better compete in the workplace. Whereas in the past, a bachelor's degree would secure a job for life with great pay, the bar has been raised, and now a bachelor's level will barely get the applicant an interview let alone a position. There are two angles to consider as far as the option for Master's Degree is concerned. Theoretically speaking, Master's Degree chips in with its necessary bit to add to the base and dimension of knowledge. Practically speaking, it may well be a strategy to survive the recession prone features of the current economy. There is little to deny the role of postgraduate program in hone your area of specialty. A master's degree can open many career doors, including certain career fields and advancement opportunities. Departments of Din College for Women, Chiniot can justifiably boast of its golden past and the present holding forth promise for a bright future. A blend of experience and youth in the faculty is working hard in disseminating and producing knowledge. We train our students to achieve the requisite competence required of scholars and teachers of today. Our mission is to produce a class of conscious educated people, who are also mindful of the pitfalls. The department shall cater to the students, who have passed their Bachelor of Arts (2 year program). A graduate of the Department should be capable of recognizing how the study of the past may be used for the betterment of the future. They should be able to demonstrate sufficient capability to be objective, analytical and methodic individuals. The M.A. Classes offered in Din College For Women Chiniot

1.English

2.Islamiat

3.Economics

4.Urdu

Din College For Women Chiniot also offers the professional courses Courses in following fields

1.Physical Education Diploma

2.B.Ed

3. M.Ed 4.Computer Short Courses

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PAPERS DETAILS FOR M.A. ENGLISH CLASSES The Papers of M.A English Part-I

a)

Classical Poetry

100

b)

Drama

100

c)

Novel

100

d)

Prose

100

e)

American Literature

 

100

 

M.A English Syllabus Part(II)

 

a)

Poetry

 

100

b)

Drama

 

100

c)

Criticism

 

100

d)

Novel

 

100

e)

Optional Paper

 

100

 

(i)

Essay

Writing

(ii) Linguistics (iii) Short Story

Note: The students of B.Sc, B.COM are not allowed for M.A English, although they can do M.A English as a private candidate

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PAPERS DETAIL FOR M.A ECONOMICS CLASSES

M.A ECONOMICS PART 1

Theory Paper I Theory Paper Il Theory Paper Ill Paper Iv Paper V Paper VI

1- Micro-Economics 2- Macro-Economic 3- Mathematical Economics 4- Statistical Economist 5- Islamic Economics 6- Major Issues Of Economics In Pakistan

M.A

ECONOMICS PART 2

1. International, Trade Theory And Finance Paper I

Marks 100

2. Econometrics Theory & Application Paper II

Marks 100

3. Development Economics: Theory & Policy Paper III

Marks 100

4. Research Methodology: Paper IV

Marks 100

5. Optional Papers Part VI

Marks 100

SELECT ONLY TWO SUBJECTS

1. Agricultural Economics

2. Environmental Economics

3. Labour Economics

4. Human Resource Development & management.

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PAPERS DETAILS FOR M.A. Islamiat CLASSES

The Papers of M.A Islamiat Part-I

 

1.

Tafheem-Ul-Quran

2.

Al-Hadees

3.

History of Islam

4.

Taqabl-E-Adyan`

5.

Arbi Zuban-O-Adaab

 

The Papers of M.A Islamiat Part-II

 

6.

Al- Fiqqa

7.

Dawat-O-Irshad

8.

Islam Or Jaded Mauhi Taswurat Tahnkat

9.

Optional

a.

Islam Or Science

b.

Islam Or Phaslspha

c.

Aalam-E0islam Ke Wasail-O-Masail Paper (5)

(i)

Islam Or Jaded Siasi-O-Imrani Afkar

(ii)

Islam Ikhlaq-O-Tasawwf

(iii)

Ilmul Kalam

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PAPER DETAILS FOR B.Ed

Compulsory Subjects

No.

Paper Name

Marks

Paper 1

Introduction to Education

100

Paper 2

English Language Communication Skills

100

Paper 3

Methods of Teaching

100

Paper 4

Introduction to Computer in Education

100

Paper 5

Teaching Profession and Educational Law

100

Paper 6

Human Development and Learning

100

Paper 7

Assessment in Education

100

Paper 8

Classroom Management

100

Paper 9

Curriculum and Instruction

100

Paper 10

Area Course 1

100

Paper 11

Area Course 1

100

Paper 12

Practice Teaching

150

Total

 

1250

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Area Course:

Students may choice any two area courses from the following list:

BED510

Teaching of Mathematics

BED511

Teaching of Physics

BED512

Teaching of Chemistry

BED513

Teaching of Biology

BED514

Teaching of English

BED515

Methods of Teaching of Pakistan Studies

BED516

Methods of Teaching Urdu

BED517

Teaching of General Science

Eligibility:

Medium of Instruction:

Bachelor degree (BA/B.Sc B.Com etc.) at least second division

The medium of instruction is English and Urdu (Both languages are allowed as approved by the syndicate)

PAPER DETAILS FOR M.Ed

There will be eleven papers of 3 hours and 100 marks each for 1 university Examination.

Course Code

Name of Course

Marks

1. MED601

Philosophy of Education

100

2. MED602

Educational Psychology and Guidance

100

3. MED603

Historical Development of Education

100

4. MED604

Educational Testing, Measurement and Assessment

100

5. MED605

Research Methods in Education

100

6. MED606

Education Administration

100

7. MED607

Curriculum Development

100

8. MED608

Instructional Technology

100

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Students shall choice three courses of 9.10 & 11 either from Group I Or Group II

Group 1

Educational Leadership and Management

9. MED609

Educational Law

100

10. MED610

Educational Planning and Financing

100

11. MED611

Human Recourse Management

100

Group II Educational Guidance and Counseling

9.

MED612

Counseling Techniques

100

10.

MED613

Educational and Vocational Guidance

100

11.

MED614

Assessment and Evaluation in Guidance

100

12

MED615

Thesis

100

Total Marks: 1200

Changes in the scheme of studies of M.Ed Program Under annual System: Thesis shall be considered as optional, the students may opt for

the thesis if appropriate facilities do exist. Moreover, a maximum of three students can work on one research topic for thesis provided that, their portions of research are clearly defined: in the otherwise case, the students may opt for any one of the following subject lieu of thesis:-

1)

Educational Supervision

M.Ed. 616 (Annexed-'A' )

2)

Guidance & Counseling

M.Ed. 617 (Annexed-'B')

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DIPLOMA IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION

Scheme of Study

The subjects of physical education diploma are as under

Theory

1.

Philosophical Basic Of Physical Education And Recreation

2.

Movement Education (Basic Concept)

3.

Basic Anatomy And Physiology

4.

Science Of Track Field

5.

Theory Of Games

6.

Sport Psychology

Practical

1.

Educational Gymnastics

2.

Athletics

3.

Games

4.

Girl Guide

5.

Hiking/ Hill Tracking

6.

Swimming

Note:

Duration of diploma will be 9 months Eligibility: At least 40% marks at F.A or Equivalent.

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Din College for Women Chiniot

Short Courses of Computer

Programs

Duration

 

Fee

 

Class Duration

Basic IT Skills

 

2

Months/3

500/Per

 

1

Hour

 

Months

 

Month

 
 

Computer Basics

Ms. Power Point

 

Ms. Word

Email

 

Ms. Excel

Grooming & Office Works

 

Typing Master

   

2 Months

300/Per

 

1

Hour

 

Month

 
 

English Typing

In Page Urdu Typing

 

Multimedia

 

3

Months

500

 

45 mints

 

Adobe Premium

3d Animation And Modeling

 

Adobe After Affects

 

Movie Makers

 

Web

 

6

Months

600/Per

 

1

hour

Designing

 

Month

 
 

HTML

 

J Query

 

Java Script

Asp.Net

Adobe Photo Shop

Vb.Net

Graphics Designing

3

Months

500/Per

 

45 mints

 

Months

 
 

Adobe Photoshop

 

Corel Draw

Java

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Computer Accounting

5

Months

500

45

mints

Basic Account

Ms. Access

 

Ms. Excel

Money Management

 

Auto Cad

3

Months

500

45

mints

2d Drawing

Line Work

Text, Layer Working

 

Programming Pack

We also offers languages course according to today need for better earning.

Oracle

8 Months

 

1 hour

Developing Front End

 

Triggers

 

Creating Tables

Functions

Queries

Forms And Reports

C/C++

6

Months

 

1 hour

 

Programming With C / C++

 

Control And Loop Structure

Function

PHP With SQL

6

Months

 

1 hour

 

My SQL Basics

PHP Previews

Templates And Code Organization

 

Visual Basic

5

Months

600/per

1 hour

 
 

Month

 

Controlling And Loop Structure

 

Working With Different Objects

Working On Multiple Forms

Visual Basic With Ms. Access

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DIN COLLEGE FOR WOMEN CHINIOT Fee Structure for session (2015-17)

Sr. No

Class

Admission Fee + Misc Total

Tuition Fee per month

Practical Fee (Per Month, Per Subject)

Library Fund (Non Re Fundable)

1.

9 th / 10 th

2500

1500

100

 

2.

F.A

2500

2000

150

 

3.

F.Sc

2500

2000

150

 

4.

I.Com

2500

2000

150

 

5.

I.C.S

2500

2000

150

 

6.

B.A/ B.Sc

3000

2500

150

 

7.

B.Com

3000

2500

-

 

8.

M.A

6000/-

3000

-

1500

Scholarship & Fee Concession for the session 2015-2017

Sr. No

Scholarship & Fee concession

1.

Students with 85% marks (Free education ) and Rs. 1000/- per month scholarship

2.

The students with 80% marks= 100% scholarship

3.

The students with 75% marks= 70% Scholarship

4.

Two sister (Kinship Scholarship) , Hafiza, Disable = 600

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Fee Structure for B.Ed, M.Ed & Deploma H & Phy Education session 2015-16 (Package and Installment)

Sr. No

 

B.Ed

M.Ed

Diploma

(H & Phy Education)

1.

Total Package

21000/-

26000/-

21000/-

2.

In Three Installments

7000+1000=8000/-

8600+1000=9600/-

7000+1000=8000/-

(Per Installment)

(Per Installment)

(Per Installment)

Note: Registration fee according to notification of Board/ University

Transport Fee

Sr. No

 

Total

1.

Chiniot

1400/-

2.

Chenab Nagar

2000/-

3.

Pindi Bhatian

2200/-

4.

Ahmad Nagar

2200/-

5.

Lalian

2200/-

6.

Talab Wala

1200/-

7.

Burj Mindi

2000/-

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48 Application for admission to Din College for Women Chiniot should be submitted on the prescribed

Application for admission to Din College for Women Chiniot should be submitted on the prescribed form contained in the college prospectus within ten days of the declaration of the result by the Board/University.

1. An application would be considered complete only when attested photocopies of the following documents accompany the application form:-

Provisional Certificateof the following documents accompany the application form:- Character Certificate from the Head of the institution

Character Certificate from the Head of the institution last attended.accompany the application form:- Provisional Certificate Detail Marks Certificate from the Head of the institution

Detail Marks Certificate from the Head of the institution last attended.Certificate from the Head of the institution last attended. Migration Certificate (in original) if required. Four

Migration Certificate (in original) if required.Certificate from the Head of the institution last attended. Four Photographs ( Recent) One copy of

Four Photographs ( Recent)attended. Migration Certificate (in original) if required. One copy of I.D. card of her Father/guardian. 2.

One copy of I.D. card of her Father/guardian.(in original) if required. Four Photographs ( Recent) 2. Late admission cases will be dealt strictly

2. Late admission cases will be dealt strictly in accordance with Board/University rules.

3. The Principal will constitute an Admission Committee consisting of senior members of the staff drawn from Science humanities and

commerce group, who will check and verify the entries made in the application form and recommend for admission on the basis of merit only.

4. The students will abide by the rules and regulations promulgated from time to time by the BISE or the University with regard to their

curricular, Co-curricular and disciplinary matters. They will however, for all practical purposes, be governed by rules and directions issued by the Principal.

5.

The upper age limit at the time of admission will be as under:

year for admission to 1st year class,upper age limit at the time of admission will be as under: year the for third

year the for third year The principal may recommend genuine cases for relaxation of age Limit according to Board/University rules & Regulationswill be as under: year for admission to 1st year class, 19 22 6. will be

19

22

6.

will be dealt as per Board/ University rules

7. Admission will be cancelled in the following cases:-

Students who have failed in any class or have not appeared in the annual BISE or University examination or have discontinued their studies

If any information given by the student in her admission form is found to be incorrect at any stage.or University examination or have discontinued their studies If a student fails to attend classes within

If a student fails to attend classes within a week of the commencement of the session.in her admission form is found to be incorrect at any stage. If she continues to

If she continues to be absent for a week without proper leave.classes within a week of the commencement of the session. If she is found to be

If she is found to be a habitual agitator, or has been expelled/Struck off from an educational institution on disciplinary ground.classes within a week of the commencement of the session. If she continues to be absent

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RULES & REGULATIONS

1. Students should follow all the rules and regulations of the college written in Prospectus as well as issued by the management

2. Students should not damage any furniture; laboratory apparatus, articles, plants, if so then, they have to pay the damage.

3. Each student is issued an identity card which should be displayed during college hours.

4. Student's behavior should enhance the honour of their institution.

5. The student may be expelled from institution in case of extreme violation of discipline/crime. College council decision will be considered final.

6. The students are expected to attend the classes and practical regularly and punctually, 80% attendance is must for sending admission to Board/University,

Absence for each period and practical will be fined Rs.5/- Students with F grade will not be allowed to appear in the Board/University examination.

7. The Students who remained absent from college continuously for one week without intimation will be struck off and re-admission will be at the discretion of

the Principal. Moreover, Re-admission Fee Rs. 500/-will be charged

8. Leave application should be duly signed by parents/guardians and then be sanctioned by the principal.

9. Students should be in the proper and neat uniform: otherwise a fine of Rs.10/- will be charged per day.

10. Use of mobile phone is strictly prohibited.

11. Fine/penalties shall be imposed for all kind of irregulations.

12. Application form will be received only if it is completed in every respect.

13. College dues would be Payable through Prescribed Bank announced by the management

14. A fine of Rs.50 will be charged per day for late fee. Without permission from the administration, the students are not allowed to paste or distribute any

printed material in college premises.

50 The Following Uniform Is Prescribed For the Student Of Din Colleege For Women, Chiniot
50 The Following Uniform Is Prescribed For the Student Of Din Colleege For Women, Chiniot

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50 The Following Uniform Is Prescribed For the Student Of Din Colleege For Women, Chiniot SHALWAR

The Following Uniform Is Prescribed For the Student Of Din Colleege For Women, Chiniot

SHALWAR KAMEEZ

WHITE

DUPATTA

WHITE

SHOES

BLACK

JERSEY/ COAT

BLACK

SCARF

WHITE

SHAWL

BLACK

College Monogram is essentially pasted on shirt

BLACK College Monogram is essentially pasted on shirt High Heels Are Not Allowed The following sash

High Heels Are Not Allowed

The following sash colours are for all classes

Class

Colour

9 th Class:

Maroon

10 th Class

Gray

1 st Year

Purple

2 nd Year

Blue

3 rd Year

Green

4 th Year

Zinc

M.A Eng

Brown

M.A Urdu

Pink

2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
2 n d Year Blue 3 r d Year Green 4 t h Year Zinc M.A
Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan With S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women Chiniot Addressing To

Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan With S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women Chiniot Addressing To Student at Annual Function

For Women Chiniot Addressing To Student at Annual Function Ms. Bakhtawar Safdar Awarded Laptop by Governor

Ms. Bakhtawar Safdar Awarded Laptop by Governor Punjab Ch. M. Sarwar

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Annual Prize Distribution

Governor Punjab Ch. M. Sarwar 51 Annual Prize Distribution S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women,

S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women, Chiniot With Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan Presenting the Award to Student at Annual Function

Khan Presenting the Award to Student at Annual Function S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women,

S.M Munir Chairman Din College For Women, Chiniot With Mian Zahid Hussain President Of All Pakistan Business & Intellectual Form (Sitar-E-Imtiaz) Presenting Award To Student at Annual

Form (Sitar-E-Imtiaz) Presenting Award To Student at Annual Governer Punjab Ch. M. Sarwar Presenting Award To

Governer Punjab Ch. M. Sarwar Presenting Award To Student at Annual Function

Ch. M. Sarwar Presenting Award To Student at Annual Function D.C.O. Shokat Ali Khan Khichi Chiniot

D.C.O. Shokat Ali Khan Khichi Chiniot Presenting Award To The Students at Annual

Function

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Highlights of Civil Defense Demonstration/ Basic Life Support Program Rescue (1122) Training At Din College For Women, Chiniot

of Civil Defense Demonstration/ Basic Life Support Program Rescue (1122) Training At Din College For Women,