Seminar on Strengthening Parliamentary Democracy and Dialogue between Parliamentarians and Youth, on International Peace Day.

PIPS arranged a Seminar on Strengthening Parliamentary Democracy – challenges & prospects on International Peace Day, September 21, 2015. The event was attended by the students and faculty members from ten Schools, Colleges and Universities including Quaid e Azam University, International Islamic University, Iqra University, Islamabad, NDU, NUML, NUST, IMCG-F-7/2 Islamabad, Beaconhouse Margalla Institute Boys […]

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Essay Writing Competition on Democracy Day

September 15, 2015

An essay writing competition was organized at Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services on Democracy Day September 15, 2015. The topic of essay was “Strengthening Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s vision of parliamentary democracy for Pakistan: challenges and prospects today”. The competition was attended by 25 participants from ten Schools,colleges and universities including International Islamic University, Iqra […]

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National Forum on Provincial Youth Policies

September 10, 2015

PIPS engaged in the National conference for reviewing the Provincial Youth Policies in order to allow country’s youth to play their due role in progress of the country. Members of Parliament, Senators, MNAs, MPAs and youth Ministers of provinces as well as AJK and Gilgit Baltistan and more than 350 students from all over Pakistan […]

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Round Table of Experts on 1971 and Pakistan –Bangladesh Relations – People and Governments in Bangladesh at Institute of Strategic Studies.

September 3, 2015

Mr Muhammad Rashid Mafzool Zaka, PIPS Director Research and IT, was invited as a key note Speaker at a round table of foreign policy analysts and think tanks hosted by Institute of Strategic Studies to discuss Pakistan’s foreign policy viz a viz relations with Bangladesh. Ambassador Masood Khan welcomed the panelists and the author of […]

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International Youth Day Conference held at PIPS with MPs and 300 Students.

August 11, 2015

Sadiq presided over the celebration of International Youth Day at PIPS auditorium highlighting the need for youth engagement in Pakistan vis a vis social, civic and political fields and especially involvement with Parliament and Members of Parliament so that youth voice is heard and participates for national good. Executive Director PIPS Mr Mahmood Salim Mahmood […]

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Seminar on Constitution, Parliament and State Building – Role of Youth at Islamabad Model College for Girls, F 8/1, Islamabad.

May 28, 2015

As per guidance by the Chairman Senate/ President PIPS Board of Governors and as envisioned in the work plan, PIPS held a seminar with a gathering of 160 faculty members including 144 students of Grade 9 and 10 at IMCG F 8/1 on Thursday, May 28, 2015 at 10 am focusing on importance of Constitution […]

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Seminar on Constitution, Parliament and State Building – Role of the Youth at Islamabad College for Boys, G-6/3.

May 28, 2015

In continuation of the series of events aimed at highlighting the importance of Constitution and Parliament among the youth of Pakistan, PIPS organized a seminar on Constitution, Parliament and State building, at Islamabad Model College for Boys G-6/3 on May 28, 2015 at 1:30pm to 2:30 pm. A highly interactive session was conducted by Mr […]

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Seminar on Entrepreneurship Promotion Initiatives for Academia, Students and Civil Society.

May 18, 2015

Pakistan Institute for Parliamentary Services organized a one day “Seminar on Entrepreneurship Promotion Initiatives,” for a delegation of 35 students, members of civil society and academia from Southern Punjab on Entrepreneurship Initiatives. Honourable Senator Osman Saifullah Khan graced the occasion as Chief Guest, and shared impressive ideas with related to the initiation of entrepreneurship promotion. […]

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National Constitution Day Seminar

April 10, 2015

“Pakistan’s constitution is imperative for country’s federalism as it holds the key to protect the rights of every citizen, irrespective of his religion, caste, creed, sex or physical appearance and allows all cultures of federating units to blossom in a national synthesis – a Pakistani culture that reflects unity in diversity,” it was stated by Honourable […]

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Seminar on Constitution Day.

April 10, 2014

“A constitution is imperative because it protects the rights of the citizens of a concerned nation, irrespective of their religion, caste, creed, sex or physical appearance,” it was stated by Ch Burjees Tahir, Minister of Kashmir Affairs, Gilgit Baltistan and Northern Affairs at the occasion of “National Constitution Day” Seminar on April 10, 2014 held […]

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