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The workshop will help participants to have a walk-through of complete process flows and dynamics of Lending in a Commercial Bank / Financial Institution. Envisaging all types of lending products’ marketing, appraisals, risk mitigations, disbursement processes, monitoring and recovery/compliance processes etc. Covering diversified, customized, and off-the-shelf products of banks for both business as well as personal needs of the clientele. Financial Inclusion Initiatives Invogue including Fintech for Sustainable Development Goals like Banking on Equality and Subsidized Lending Schemes for under privileged."
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The Inter Islamic Network on Information Technology in collaboration with Ministry of Information Technology & Telecommunication, Government of Pakistan, COMSATS University Islamabad and ICT4D Collective is convening “4th 2-Day International Workshop on ICTs for Development: Mainstreaming the Marginalized” on May 14 – 15, 2024 at Islamabad, Pakistan
This Workshop is dedicated to harnessing ICTs for the development of marginalized communities in OIC Member States. It aims to bridge the current gap in ICT provision for education, particularly for the marginalized, elderly, and disabled individuals who have been isolated until now. Through interactive sessions, including presentations, panel discussions, and open floor debates, the Workshop seeks to address crucial topics such as accessibility policies, government support, and infrastructure availability. It emphasizes disseminating knowledge to uplift the most affected individuals through ICT implementation. The workshop contributes to evaluating human resources in marginalized communities, integrating ICTs to enhance their quality of life. It supports indigenous capabilities, self-sufficiency, and effective institutional structures, fostering collaboration among stakeholders for strategic ICT programs.
Registration for Nominees and Speakers for the Workshop is free. All interested are requested to fill the Registration Form and send it to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, along with professional contact details. Last date of registration for the Workshop is March 31, 2024.
The Brochure of the Workshop and Registration Forms (for Nominees and Speakers) are attached in the link below.
Registration forms for Speakers
Registration forms for Nominees
The Department of Computer Science orchestrated a workshop on "Machine Learning & Artificial Intelligence: The Professional Perspective," specifically delving into the intricacies of "How to use a Chatbot using GPT API?" The event transpired on December 7, 2023.
The workshop was enriched by the insights of Mr. Ahmed Rasheed, a distinguished Senior Data Scientist hailing from Royal Cyber INC, who served as the resource person. Following the enlightening session, Prof. Dr. Sheraz Anjum, the Head of the Department of Computer Science, shed light on the paramount importance of such workshops. He graciously presented a souvenir and extended heartfelt gratitude to Mr. Ahmed Rasheed through a concluding vote of thanks.
The UNESCO Chair on Knowledge Systems for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) organized a one-day Workshop on the Introduction to R on November 23, 2023 in collaboration with the Department of Civil Engineering. This hands-on workshop was designed to empower the participants with practical skills by creating their familiarity with the RStudio, operations, functions, data types, tables, importing, exporting and manipulation of plots data, combining verbs using pipes and data visualization.
The event started with a welcome note by Lecturer, Sarmad Manzoor from the Department of Civil Engineering. He presented the UNESCO Water Chair role and highlighted the importance of the UNESCO Chair being an effective platform for knowledge sharing. The resource person, member UNESCO Chair on Knowledge Systems for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), CUI Wah Campus/Lecturer, Engr. Summera Fahmi Khan from the Department of Civil Engineering shared knowledge and expertise with the participants. She conducted an interactive learning session with the demonstration of exercises by using R and RStudio programming language.
She deliberates examples by analyzing and predicting weather patterns affecting climate change, unraveling intricate patterns and trends within complex environmental datasets considering Pakistan’s environment. The researchers from Pakistan Council of Research in Water Resources (PCRWR), faculty members, graduate, undergraduate students from CUI Wah Campus attended the workshop.
The UNESCO Chair on Knowledge Systems for Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM), Prof. Dr. Muhammad Abid, T.I., in his closing remarks emphasized on capacity building and sustainable improvements in research by analyzing a large batch of raw data by using tools in order to identify patterns and extract useful information for climate data management. He appreciated the efforts of the resource person and the team of organizers especially the ICE chapter of CUI Wah Campus on effectively conducting this workshop. The Chair also thanked all participants for their participation and for making this event a success.
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The Department of Mechanical Engineering in collaboration with ASME CUI Wah Chapter arranged a workshop, titled “Mastering Sustainable Development Goals and its Importance in the Projects” on October 26, 2023. The talks were delivered by Sher Shah Khan Bangash, CEO Skillistan, Maryam Akhtar, Green Lady Movers Envoy, and Anum Ameer, CEO ARTY.
The students of the Mechanical Engineering Department attended the seminar. The speakers introduced the 17 SDGs of the United Nations, their role in society, and their importance in Mechanical Engineering Projects. The speakers also had an interactive session with the students about each SDG.
In his closing remarks, Dr. Atta ur Rehman Shah, Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department stressed the importance of linking students’ activities with the SDGs. The guest speakers were awarded with the university souvenirs with a vote of thanks by the HoD Mechanical Engineering.
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