NED appoints 22 professors and 27 associates

NED appoints 22 professors and 27 associates

NED appoints 22 professors and 27 associates

The NED University of Engineering and Technology on Wednesday in its 199th Syndicate meeting approved the appointment of 22 professors and 27 associate professors on the recommendations of Selection Board.

According to details, the meeting held under the chairmanship of Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Sarosh Hashmat Lodi, in which academic and administrative matters including approval of recommendations of previous meeting were reviewed in detail.

Dr. Shiraz Siddiqui appointed as chairman of the Department of Textile Engineering, Dr. Saud Hashmi of Polymer and Petrochemical Engineering while Dr. Fayyaz was appointed as the chairman of the Department of Materials. The varsity also prompted 8 Time Pay Scale employees on the recommended of Departmental Selection Committee.

Among the newly appointed professors are Dr. Saud Hashmi of Chemical Engineering, Dr. Atif Mustafa of Environmental Engineering, Dr. Ali Dadchandio of Materials and Metallurgy, Dr. Fayyaz Hussain, Dr. Shahid Hussain, Dr. Muhammad Sohail, Dr. Shakib of Mechanical Engineering, Dr. Moaz Akhtar, Dr. of Textile Engineering. Shizaz Siddiqui, Dr. Bilal Zahid, Dr. Dawood Hussain, Dr. Imran Aslam of Telecom Department, Dr. Ghous Bakhsh Narejo of Electrical Department, Dr. Tehmina Ayub from Civil Engineering Department, Dr. Sadaqatullah Khan, Dr. Abdul Hai Madani from Humanities Department, Dr. Farooq Hassan Dr. Muhammad Mubashir Khan, Dr. Najeed Ahmed Khan, Dr. Shahneela Zardari, Dr. Zulfiqar Ali Memon and Dr. Sharq Mahmood from the Department of Computer Systems and Information Technology.

The meeting also approved to introduce two new MS programs—Optics and Medical Physics while holidays announced by the Sindh government endorsed by the meeting. As many as 25 members including Pro vice chancellor Prof Dr Muhammad Tufail, Secretary Syndicate, Registrar Syed Ghazanfar Hussain Naqvi and others also participated.

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