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Orientation 2020

Day – 1
  • Day One of Orientation 2020 started with the Day Scholar registration and clearance process at Gate # 2.
  • The Day Scholars spent their day in NIT and NET halls where they were briefed about what to anticipate for the next four or five years.
  • All the students followed COVID safety protocols and the day went by smoother than we expected! With a lot of laughter, twinkling eyes, and exciting buzz, the first day came to an end.
12 OCTOBER 2020 (MONDAY) DAY SCHOLARS
1ST HALF (0900-1230 Hrs)
SCHOOL VENUE
SEECS (DOC & EE) NET Exam Hall
SCEE NIT Seminar Hall
2ND HALF (1300-1630 Hrs)
S3H NET Exam Hall
SCME NIT Seminar Hall

 

Day – 2
  • Day Two of Orientation 2020 was meant for the Hostelites. Following all the necessary COVID safety protocols the freshmen were escorted to the seminar halls.
  • After the official seminar, the students got to interact with their seniors and know them on a much personal level. A few ice-breaking activities were carried out and the new batch truly impressed everyone with their innate talents.
  • Relive the beautiful day by clicking below!
13 OCTOBER 2020 (TUESDAY) HOSTELITES
1ST HALF (0900-1230 Hrs)
SCHOOL VENUE
SEECS (DOC & EE) NET Exam Hall
S3H & SCME NIT Seminar Hall
2ND HALF (1300-1630 Hrs)
SCEE, NBS & SNS NET Exam Hall
SMME & SADA NIT Seminar Hall
Day – 3
  • Day Three of Orientation 2020 started with the Day Scholar registration and clearance at Gate#2, after that Day Scholars reported to the Jinnah Auditorium.
  • CIPS came to life once more to host its Freshmen after a whole year. The day was filled with the necessary technical briefings of schools and different directorates.
14 OCTOBER 2020 (WEDNESDAY) DAY SCHOLARS
1ST HALF (0900-1230 Hrs)
SCHOOL VENUE
NBS Jinnah Auditorium
SNS NET Exam Hall
2ND HALF (1300-1630 Hrs)
SMME Jinnah Auditorium
SADA NET Exam Hall
Day – 4
15 OCTOBER 2020 (THURSDAY) HOSTELITES
Was utilized at School level for Registration/ Documentation/ Ice breaking activities / Alumni Talks
Day – 5
16 OCTOBER 2020 (FRIDAY) DAY SCHOLARS
Was utilized at School level for Registration/ Documentation / Ice breaking activities / Alumni Talks
 

NUST ORIENTATION 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

High Achiever Awards

Student Affairs Directorate hosts annual High Achievers Award Ceremony in the month of March to acknowledge the achievements of undergraduate students of the preceding year. This award is presented in three categories; International, National and Inter Varsity.

Eligibility Criteria

Students are eligible for the High Achievers Awards based on following criteria: –

  • Winning a position or an honourable mention at an International event being prestigious to NUST
  • Winning a position i.e. 1st, 2nd or 3rd at a National event / contest.
  • 1st, 2nd or 3rd position in an Inter-Varsity competition. (The awardee shall be considered for his/her significant position after analysing the number of participants and institutions competed with).
  • Individuals who are fully funded by International funding agency.
  • Individual(s) who have achieved > 3.5 CGPA or all ‘A’ grades in an Exchange Programme.

Note:           Proof of participation / award is mandatory to be attached with the achievement(s)

 

 

 

 

NUST Olympiad 2019

NUST Olympiad is a mega event organized by the students under the aegis of Student Affairs Directorate, while in cooperating with the Clubs and Societies. It provides a platform for the multitalented students at NUST and from other universities / institutions across the country to come together to organize as well as participate in a variety of competitions ranging from Science, Technology, Literature, Adventure, Entrepreneurship, Media and Sports. The event has now become a signature event of NUST, adding to array of other National events organized by NUST. It is to be held on bi-annual basis.

Event Competitions

A variety of competitions are organized, which includes following events:-

Portrait Photography – Master Chef – Battle of the Bands – Pakistan Got Talent – Air Gun Shooting – Archery – Chess – Bait Baazi – Youth Parliament – Robot Competition – Wall Climbing – Run for the Stars – Paintball – Calligraphy – Speed Programming – Urdu Essay Writing – English Essay Writing – Minute to Win It – Cycling – Public Speaking – Crime Line – Business Case Study – COD – Fifa 19 – CS GO – NFS Most Wanted – Sketching – Escape Room – Ludo – 100m Race – 200m Race – 1600m Race – Table Tennis – Tennis – Volleyball – Basketball – Badminton – Squash – Futsal – Handball – Cricket – Snooker

 
 

 

 

 

Orientation

Pictorial

 

Orientation for the students of fall session is  held in the month of August every year in the Main Campus, H-12 under the aegis of SA Dte. Approx 1600 UG students attend the Orientation from different parts of the country.

Weekly Program
Day – 0

Reporting of Hostelites

Day – 1
  • Reception at Schools
  • Principal’s address to parents & Q/A session
  • CMS / LMS Orientation Session
  • Tea / Prayers break
  • Documentation
  • Alumni Talks
  • Batch Photo
  • Briefing & Q/A session with Parents (it will be a parallel event with Batch Photo)
Day – 2
  • Orientation School / Documentation
  • Lunch / Prayers break
  • Ice Breaking Activities
  • Sports
  • Dinner
Day – 3
  • Inter School Visits / Directorates / Facilities
  • Lunch / Prayers break
  • Life at NUST (10-15 minutes presentation to freshmen by Registrar, Dir Admin, Dir ICT, Dir Acad, Dir C3A, Dir Fin, DD SA followed by one hour of Q/A session. Familiarization with the Clubs / Societies stalls.
  • Sports Fest
  • Dinner
Day – 4
  • Inter School Visits / Directorates / Facilities
  • Lunch / Prayers break
  • Tree Plantation Drive.
  • Cultural Festival / Food Street Fest
Day – 5
  • Inter School Visits / Directorates / Facilities
  • Lunch / Prayers break
  • Closing Ceremony.
  • Musical Evening (optional)

 

NUST Summer School

 

NUST Summer School is pre-university program, designed to spread awareness among high-school students, while targeting students who are about 16 years of age. It commences in the summer vacation period (July) every year under the aegis of Student Affairs  Directorate in the H-12 Main Campus.

Objectives
  • To provide the participants an insight into University life
  • To build bridge between University and the people for socio-cultural entrepreneurship, confidence building and skills development by combining classrooms, sports and cultural activities and tour program
  • To introduce the university and project its image among the general public
  • To assist students in identifying their areas of interest so that they can make well-informed career choices
  • To conducts psychological tests for the Summer Camp students to meet the wellbeing and personal development of all student
Benefits
  • Develops a Social Understanding.  As participants are from several different regions/provinces and are put under one roof; they learn about each other’s culture and general thinking etc helping them to realise that they all are connected
  • Increases Confidence and Social Skills. One of the most documented benefits of attending NSS is the confidence it gives to so many young participants. Many of them have not been away from home for a prolonged period and attending a NSS allows them to do so in a supervised and supportive environment that is specifically designed for them. For many, this might be the first time that they had to make new friends or interact with people on a daily basis whom they do not know
  • Promotes Physical Activity. More and more young people spend maximum time inside their rooms, choosing to play on electronic gadgetries rather than taking part in sports or spending time outdoors. NSS gives a good activity schedule promoting outdoor learning and activities having the added benefit of encouraging students to get outside and take part in physical activities
  • Creates Friendships. Attending NSS allows students to meet others of a similar age, from all parts of the country, which give them the opportunity to make friends from different cultures and backgrounds.
Procedure of Registration

Interested participant to log in to NSS website and complete the registration process by depositing Rs. 500/- as registration fee and submit the deposited chalan fee form to Student Affair Directorate, through e-mail. After confirmation from the Bank, a new chalan form will be forwarded to candidate for depositing the NSS Fee within stipulated timeframe. Once the participant had deposited the NSS fee in the bank, they have to submit the copy of deposited chalan form and thereafter, instructions of NSS will be mailed to them.

Fee Structure

With effect from 2020, the approved fee structure of NSS is given below. Same will be reviewed with time to time: –

  • Registration Fee – 500.00
  • Fee (Day Scholar) – 20,000.00
  • Fee (Hostelites) – 25,000.00
PICTORIAL NUST SUMMER SCHOOL 2022