2018 Architecture graduate Hafsa Asad won the 7th Institute of Architects Pakistan - Kausar Bashir Ahmad (IAP-KBA) Award for Socially Responsive Architecture for her thesis “Understanding Natural Systems to construct a Spatial Framework of Organic Growth”. She also received an honorable mention in the 11th Institute of Architects Pakistan Graduate Award for the same thesis.
LUMS alumna Shanza Faiq, a Law graduate of 2016, has scored the highest position in the CSS exams and has been inducted in the Foreign Services of Pakistan Group. She took the test with 11,887 other students and cleared with the highest merit on her first attempt.
Prime Minister Imran Khan has formally approved the launch of 33-member National Youth Council (NYC) for uplift of youth of the country.
The programme patron-in-chief will be Prime Minister Imran Khan while chairman will be PMYA’s adviser (Prime Minister Youth Affairs) Usman Dar.
A remarkable initiative to ensure active participation of young professionals in national development, it would be a devised scheme to economically empower the youth who had deprived of better livelihood and income opportunities.
Prominent figures from various fields including education, sports, religion, economy and arts will part of NYC, including cricketers Hassan Ali and Sana Meer, actors Hamza Ali Abbassi , Mahira Khan.