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Sytek ’10 | Where Science Met Creativity

Sytek ‘10 was the first attempt made by NUST Science Society by breaking the ice of inter-school coordination and competition over diversified grounds. The event set by seven different competitions testing both the scientific standing and...

NUST Sytek 2010 – Details

Event Schedule: Day Time Event Location Friday 28th May 2010 1500 hours to 1600 hours Opening Ceremony NIT Auditorium / SCME Seminar Hall 1600 hours to 1700 hours Through my Lens NIT Auditorium / SCME Seminar Hall 1700...

Give Earth a Chance!

Earth has been our abode for eons but the future of it remaining so seems grim when we analyze the fact that its inhabitants, have begun to slowly spread the poison in its veins by activities so diverse and magnanimous in nature that the United...

NUST Sytek 2010

  Sytek ’10 Logo NUST Sytek ’10 – Where Science Meets Creativity Yes! It’s here. And it’s fun. NUST Science Society brings to NUSTians an unforgettable two day journey on May 28-29 ’10. The ride named Sytek is an...

Release from Clubs and Societies Office | KMC Dte

The following information is released from Clubs and Societies Office, Knowledge Management Centre, Student Centre. For further Details: Contact Person: Mumtaz Iqbal Malik General Secretary Clubs and Societies Knowledge Management Centre...

Schedule Of NYLC 2010

Now when less than a month is left for the  mega event NUST Young Leaders Conference to make its mark,the exciting schedule is out: Day 1 Registration Coming together – Introduction to YLC Dance performance by the youth facilitators Forming...

Debate !

  HPDC (H12 Parliamentary Debating Club)  Practice Session The Orientation and Info session which took place the other day formally kicked off the Club’s activities. Though we were expecting a larger number of students but still,...

Candidates Shortlisted for NUST Science Society Interviews

The Steering Committee for NUST Science Society Selection Spring ’10 has shortlisted the candidates for being interviewed for memberships. “We received approximately 200 hundred applicants from all H-12 schools except NBS,” shared Ramla...

Rector approves renaming of Societies

It has been learnt through reliable sources that Rector NUST has permitted the fourteen central societies to use “NUST” as prefix to their names. The request was made by NUST Science Society which started its working early this month...

NUST Science Society remains active

NUST Science Society, launched by the Clubs and Societies Office and headed by Zaheer Hyder (PhD, ChE) for Spring ’10 is working on an active pace to recruit members. The deadline which was extended from last Friday to Tuesday 3 PM ended...