Report on PASS | PMU One-Day Research Workshop

Report on PASS | PMU One-Day Research Workshop
PASS | PMU has successfully organized One-Day Workshop Activity on “Research Methods in English Literature & Linguistics” at GGDC, Nowshera on Saturday, June 19, 2021. Students of the college (Miss Doha Faiz & Miss Umara Khan) were encouraged to conduct the stage. The proceedings of the workshop were commenced with the verses of the Holy Quran. Shortly after, Ma’am Principal offered her welcome note and also applauded PASS | PMU for jointly promoting such academic activities at higher education of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
Keynote speakers of the workshop were included: Dr. Adil Khan of Hazara University, Mansehra, Dr. Muhammad Imran of GDC Havelian, Abbottabad and Dr. Akbar Ali of FATA University, Dara Adam Khel, FR Kohat.
Though, specific objectives and purpose of the workshop were to highlight scientific evolution of thought and to clarify research & research methods in English literature and linguistics, nevertheless, apart from students of English (VIII Semester), various students from other disciplines also participated in the workshop (as per Registration Form of the workshop). These disciplines included: Psychology, Statistics, Law, Political Science, Urdu, Islamiat, Economics & Botany. Moreover, members of teaching faculty of the college concerned, PMU’s representative, Principal of GDC, Havelian, teaching faculty of GGDC, Kahi Nizampur Nowshera, GDC, Khan Kohi Nizampur, GDC, Mathra, GDC, Hayatabad, Peshawar & Working Folks Grammar School, Peshawar, students of Pakistan Studies Department, Charsadda and Frontier Youth Academy, Peshawar also actively took part in the said workshop.
The deliberation of the workshop was to make it easy to understand the evolutionary process of scientific thought in human history & their deep imprints on critical research thinking, to identfy & use of different critical theories in research writing in English literature, and to develop a research proposal in linguistics. Afterwards, a panel discussion was held, wherein, the respected speakers adequately addressed questions of the participants up to the level of their utmost satisfaction. Before offering a formal thanks, awards/certificates distribution ceremony was held to greatly acknowledge the respected speakers for their precious time and invaluable academic insights on volunteerly basis and, indeed, the active participation of students and staff members. In the end, feedback forms were collected from the participants of which 98.1% positive feedback has been recieved (collected feedback forms are kept available in record).
Thank you!