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Three days National Conference at Bara Gali

It gives me immense pleasure to announce that the Department of Library and Information Science in collaboration with Central Library, University of Peshawar is organizing a 3-Days National Conference at Bara Gali Summer Campus of University of Peshawar from 17-19 July, 2012.


The Registration of the Conference is now open. The Conference will provide an excellent opportunity for you to hear and learn from leading and renowned national library professionals and scholars. The main aim of the Conference is to attract LIS professional and experts from all over the country, who are engaged in preparing themselves for the real world challenges.





Complete details of the Conference are as under:





Theme of the Conference: Information Resources and Services in the 21st Century


Date & Days: 17-19 July, 2012 (Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday)


Target Audience: LIS Scholars/ LIS Professionals & Experts


Total seats available: 50 Seats (first-come-first serve basis)


Venue: Bara Gali Summer Campus of the University of Peshawar


Registration Fees: Rs. 3000/- [Registration Fee includes boarding & lodging, food, Accommodation and excursion to Nathia Gali and/or Ayubia]


Mode of Payment: Cash

Registration Contact Persons: Mr. Sajjad Ahmad Mr. Habib.ur.Rehman
Lecturer, DLIS Coordinator Lincoln Corner
University of Peshawar Central Library, UOP
0333-9884392 0333-9193295

Registration Deadline: May 10, 2012


Conference Presenters: Some of the expected renowned scholars include:

Prof. Dr. Khalid Mehmood
Dr. Farzana Shafique
Dr. Nosheen
Dr. Muhammad Fazil Khan
Madam Sherin Gul Somro







Chief Organizer: Mohammad Ismail
Chairman
Department of Library &Information…...

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