LIFE AT CEES

  1. Academics

The mission of the College is to groom the students into responsible, honest citizens and skilled professionals trained in their respective fields to serve the nation. Character building and moral training are an integral component of the student – teacher relationship. Student life in the College provides the students with all possible opportunities to acquire the most dynamic personalities with leadership qualities. Academically excellent and experienced faculty members are involved in teaching and research in the CEES. Classes are regularly held, well supplemented with laboratory work and observations in the field.

 

 

  1. Field Work

Field trips are arranged on a regular basis for all programs. Field work is a part of the curriculum representing active learning through hands-on experience with the natural resources in different environmental situations and its presentation and compilation in the form of a field report. Field work is an integral part of training in the subjects of Environmental Sciences, Applied Hydrology, Tourism & Hospitality Management and Occupational Health & Safety. Students (male and female) carry out fieldwork in at least five days during the course of a semester. They study Geological aspects, Biodiversity, Ecosystems, Solid Waste dumpsites, Environmental Hazards and various other aspects related to Environmental Sciences in the existing situation in the field. Students of Hydrology visit the dams, water bodies and catchment areas while students of THM visit the various tourists, historical, recreational and archaeological sites and famous hotels for having a closer look at Hospitality Management. In the end, they are required to submit a comprehensive field report. This carries the marks as prescribed in the syllabus. Students unable to carry out field training are considered fail in the field work/report writing paper. They are required to carry out the field studies in the next semester with their junior class.

  • Co-curricular Activities

Co-curricular activities represent an integral part of the curriculum. Such activities are regularly arranged at the College especially on all important days like Earth Day, World Environment Day, Wetland Day, Water Day, World Tourism Day, etc. The Annual Sports Gala, Debates, Documentary competitions, Poster and Photography competitions, Poetry and Quiz competitions are also held.

Important days like Pakistan Day, Independence Day, Iqbal Day, Quaid Day, etc. are also celebrated. Special seminars are held and students themselves organize these programs along with the Event Organizing Committee consisting of faculty members. Trophies, Shields and certificates are distributed among the winners at the Annual Prize Distribution Ceremony.

Welcome and Farewell functions are also organized by the students.

iV.   Student Counseling

 

Dr. Nadia Jamil is the Student Advisor. There are Program Coordinators for every Program as follows:

 

Prof. Dr. Iftikhar Ahmad/Muhammad Waqar Coordinator Applied Hydrology

(Programs: M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D) Dr. Abdul Qadir Coordinator Ph.D. Environmental Sciences

  • Nadia Jamil Coordinator MS Environmental Sciences
  • Anum Tariq/Ms. Soniya Munir Coordinator M.Phil. Environmental Sciences
  • Yumna Sadef Coordinator M.Sc. Environmental Sciences
  • Irfan Ahmed Shaikh Coordinator BS Environmental Sciences

Dr. Shafiq ur Rahman Coordinator M.Sc. Tourism and Hospitality Management (THM)

Dr. Muhammad Akram/Mr. Azhar Ali Coordinator Occupational Health & Safety

(Programs: Diploma/Certificate, MS/M.Phil.)

  • Syed Umair Shahid/Mr. Muhammad Asif Javed Coordinator Geomatics
  • (Programs: M.Phil., Ph.D)
  1. Student Advisory Committee

 

The Student Advisory Committee consists of the Student Advisor, Coordinators of all Programs offered at CEES and male/female representatives of all classes in different programs of study. The meetings of the Committee are regularly held to get feedback and suggestions from all students to resolve and streamline the issues and problems.

FACILITIES AT CEES

The College consists of an environment friendly building with large grounds all around. There are three main blocks of the building, interconnected through passage ways. The Administrative Block has Administrative Offices, Faculty Offices and Research Laboratories. The Lecture Halls Block consists of Lecture Halls while the Laboratories Block has moderately equipped laboratories.

 

  1. Research Laboratories

 

There are seven laboratories meant for research of M.Phil./Ph.D students namely:

 

  • Wastewater Treatment Laboratory.

 

  • Solid Waste Laboratory.

 

  • Environmental Toxicology Laboratory.

 

  • Environmental Analytical Laboratory.

 

  • Environmental Quality Laboratory.

 

  • Environmental Biotechnology Laboratory.

 

  • Geomatics Laboratory

 

  1. Library

 

There is a moderate library with more than 3000 books covering all aspects of Environmental Sciences, Applied Hydrology and Tourism and Hospitality Management. It has a seating capacity of about 50 students. Dictionaries, Encyclopedias, Newspapers and books of general interest are also available.

 

  • Computer Laboratory

 

There is a computer laboratory in the Laboratory Block, with 40 computers for classes of Basic Computer, GIS and RS and for assignment preparation by the students.

 

  1. Greenhouse

 

A greenhouse is there for experiments with plants, fungi and other microbes. It is meant for pilot scale experiments and in vivo treatments of plants with pesticides, fertilizers, heavy metals, etc. including research experiments related to Phytoremediation, Biocontrol and Biotechnology.

 

  1. Animal House & Biodiversity Museum

 

An animal house has been constructed for in vivo experiments of Environmental Toxicology, Immunology, Molecular Biology and Health and Safety. The Biodiversity museum is being developed having animals and plants belonging to various taxa. Collections of biologically diverse organisms along with their systematic positions would be displayed for students to help in Systematics and Biodiversity laboratory work.

 

  1. Hospitality Laboratory

 

A hospitality laboratory has been developed with a modern kitchen having all types of necessary utensils, crockery, and cutlery, etc. for hands-on training of hospitality students studying Hospitality by renowned cooks and chefs. Plans have also been prepared for a dining area to carry out training of students in hospitality management.

 

  • Geomatics Laboratory and Weather Station

 

The students involved in research on climate change and monitoring of the climatic data are working in this laboratory. The weather station can be viewed on the left side of the Administration Block while entering from the main gate of the College.

 

  • Photocopy Shop

 

The facility of a photocopy shop is available near the classrooms.

 

  1. Ladies Room

A ladies room is available for relaxation and prayers in the afternoon.

 

  1. Prayer Room

 

A prayer room for the boys is located near the canteen, next to the Biodiversity Museum.