Kinnaird College for Women University, Lahore
The Kinnaird College for Women (KCW) is a public college located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. It is a women’s liberal arts college. Its motto is ‘’Light to guide us, courage to support us and love to unite us’’.
Its notable alumni include
1. Ayesha Siddiqa, a military researcher
2. Asma Jahangir, who is a human rights lawyer
3. Hadiqa Kiani is a singer, songwriter, and philanthropist
4. Bapsi Sidhwa, who is an English novelist.
The graduates are independent and display flexibility, maturity, competences and intelligence. They also have contributed a lot to civic life nationally and internationally. The education provided has a role in personal transformation, develop entrepreneurs, leaders, researchers, scientists who work with loyalty and integrity.
The admission opens in November. Students can apply online. The university assigns the entry test date with its location and roll no. to the students
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR UNDERGRADUATE PROGRAMS
1. The students who scored a minimum 50% score in Metric /O levels and 60% in intermediate.
2. Students who scored 50% in entry test.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR GRADUATE PROGRAMS
1. Students who scored a minimum of 2.2 CGPA in the undergraduate program.
2. Students who scored 50% in GAT general test.
3. The selected students will be screened during the interview.
ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR POSTGRADUATE PROGRAMS
1. Students who scored a minimum of 3 CGPA in the graduate program.
2. Students who scored 50% in the GATS subject test.
3. The selected students will be screen during the interview.
1. Vilma Nathaniel Clarke Scholarship
2. HEC Need-Based Scholarship
3. HAYAT TRUST SCHOLARSHIP
4. PEEF SCHOLARSHIP
5. Pakistan Scottish Scholarship Scheme
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The university offers academic programs of international standards and engages in quality research. The scholars motivate and support inquiry spirits and research. The ORIC incorporates the research activities and links the research with academia and other sectors related to socioeconomics.
Workshops and seminars link the practitioner and users from a dynamic venue. The new research is explored from academic disciplines. They are great sources for establishing new professional relationships.
Following popular events are held in recent years
1. “Challenges to the Foreign Policy of Pakistan” by Mirza Salman Babar Baig (Director OIC) “Active Citizenship Workshop”.
2. International symposium on technologies and material for renewable energy, environment, and sustainability Toxicology Screenings in the Process of New Drug Development
3. Workshop on innovative aspects of nanotechnology an interactive session.