Vice Chancellor's Message

Prof.Dr. Muhammad Tahir Shah (T.I)

It has been a great pleasure for me to serve as the first Vice Chancellor of this newly established University in the FATA region. After assuming the charge as a Vice Chancellor, I made strong commitment that I will leave no stone unturned in paving the way to the foundation of this University on strong footing. This can only be possible if I succeed in having a team of devoted, intellectual, talented and competent faculty and staff. I would, therefore, welcome everyone who is committed to support me in this cause. I will try my best to attract and retain outstanding faculty and staff to serve this University to their best. As a vice Chancellor, I am deeply committed to provide our students with the best education and a supportive learning environment.


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  • Starting of fall semester 2019 classes

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  • Admissions in BS Programs are Available on Vacant Seats

    13/09/2019 Read More
  • MoU Signed Between Consuldents and FATA University

    12/09/2019 Read More
  • Information for candidates seeking Admission in BS Program

    11/09/2019 Read More
  • Shortlisted Candidates for Admission in BS Program of Various Disciplines in FATA University

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  • Meeting of the Board of Studies of Mathematics

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