Vice Chancellor's Message

Prof. Dr. Johar Ali

Prof. Dr. Johar Ali the Honorable Vice Chancellor Ph.D (2005) & Post Doctorate (2008), University of Hull, UK in Qualitative research, Good Governance, Community Development, Gender & Development and few certificate courses in social research and leadership in different Universities of UK and other European countries. His vision is to promote quality higher education and develop research culture in the University for helping the higher education work as engine of socio-economic growth. He truly believes in the concept of knowledge economy and hence struggling to do all his best to realize it.He believes FATA University has a great potential and hence different productive steps will be taken to take to the height.


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  • Starting of fall semester 2020 classes

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  • Demonstration for Visiting Faculty

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  • Second Merit List of BS Program in Various Discipline

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  • Visiting Faculty Required

    21/09/2020 Read More
  • Shortlisted Candidates for Admission in BS Program of Various Disciplines in FATA University

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  • Anti-Infection Spray as a Precautionary Measure to Covid-19 Pandemic in FATA University

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  • Extension in Last Date for Admission in the Under Graduate Program

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A library can be considered a store – house of knowledge. In dictionaries the word “library” has been defined as “a building or room containing a collection of books”. A library renders a great service to the society.

A library plays a very important role in promoting the progress of knowledge. There are many people who love reading. But they can’t afford to buy books because the prices of books are very high. So when one becomes a member of a library, he can borrow valuable books. A member can borrow two books at a time and he can keep it with him for two weeks. Libraries are particularly useful for poor children. Even those who are better off can’t afford to buy all the books they require for their studies. For instance, invaluable books like Encyclopedias and large dictionaries cannot be purchased.

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A leading institution of higher learning recognized for its quality transformative education which will create a generation of human resources to successfully meet the global challenges.

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