BOOK FAIR

NHU is arranging a book fair at 20th Novemer, with books in a very reasonable price for you to afford and benefit with. The books would range from Acadamic to fiction, both in English & Urdu.

BOOK FAIR2

NHU is arranging a book fair at 20th Novemer, with books in a very reasonable price for you to afford and benefit with. The books would range from Acadamic to fiction, both in English & Urdu.

Why NHU?

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive sections of society, and to address education in a much broader and more inclusive way. As such, the aim should be to develop independent and critical thinkers who can form a sustainable basis for a healthy and thriving society. Sir Michael Barber, one of the UK’s leading educationalists, has been tasked by the Pakistani government to implement large-scale changes that will transform the country’s educational system. He writes: ‘Pakistan has been through a precarious time... It's still a fragile place, with major security threats... [And] if the education system fails for another 1020- years, we could see it going on a huge downward spiral...

NHU Happenings

12july
Open Day for all08:00 Am - 08:00 PM

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive

21nov
Introductory Seminar03:00 PM - 05:00 PM

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive

01jan
Admission Forms Available08:00 Am - 05:00 PM

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive

Prof Murray Fraser EXECUTIVE ACADEMIC ADVISOR
BSc (Hons) Dip Arch MSc PhD RIBA

Professor Fraser is the Professor of Architecture and Global Culture at the UCL Bartlett School of Architecture in London, where he currently acts as Vice-Dean for Research. He has published extensively on design, architectural history & theory, urbanism, and cultural studies, giving many keynote lectures around the world. In 2008 his book, Architecture and the ‘Special Relationship› (Routledge), won the RIBA President’s Research Award and the CICA Bruno Zevi Book Prize. He is co-editor for a major book series on ‘Design Research in Architecture’ with Ashgate. A qualified architect, he jointly set up the Palestine Regeneration Team. He is Chair of the RIBA’s Research and Innovation Group, and a Council Member of the European Association for Architectural Education. He was co-editor of The Journal of Architecture, and is an external examiner and research assessor internationally, including from 2005-08 as Senior Visiting Professor for the Technical University of Malaysia.

Nasser Golzari Senior Academic Advisor
BSc (Hons) PGCE CILT Cert Dip Arch ARB

Nasser Golzari has over 25 years of academic experience in the UK and abroad in terms of teaching and research. He is qualified as an architect in Britain and has an equivalent doctorate from Iran, and is currently working on a PhD on environmental sustainability in hot climates. He is the principal partner in Golzari - NG Architects in London, and the Design Module Leader on the MA Architecture, Cultural Identity and Globalisation at theUniversity of Westminster. He is alsoa senior lecturer at the University of the Arts London and was the Architecture /Spatial Design Pathway Leader at the same university from 2002-2010. He was a visiting professor at Esfahan University of Arts in 2004-2006 and visiting critic at a number of universities in Britain and abroad. Golzari was the founding editor of A3 Times magazine and A3 Forum. He has worked internationally on a number of projects including the pioneering Green Office and Climate House in Tehran.

Dr. Akbar Aboutorabi Honorary Director of Studies of the Faculty of Engineering
BSc (Hons) MSc PhD

Dr Aboutorabi has more than 30 years experience in British academia,from research to curriculum design and management. He obtained his BSc (Eng) from Sharif University in Iran, his MSc from Manchester University and PhD from Glasgow University in the UK. Following a period of industrial experience he began work at Brunel University in London. In 1990 he joined Kingston University London as a senior academic. He was subsequently promoted to Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Engineering managing a portfolio of more than 30 Undergraduate and postgraduate courses. He has also been involved with setting educational strategies, quality assurance procedures and development of a number of international collaborations including joint Master programmes with KN Toosi University in Iran, UMS in Indonesia and TEI pireaus in Greece. He has also been involved with a number of national educational organisations for development of assessment strategies and graduate employability skills.

Dr Christine Porter Honorary Director of Studies of the Faculty of Business and Management Studies
EdD MSc (Econ) Fellow of Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development

Dr Porter is a head of department in the Westminster Business School at the University of Westminster. She has extensive experience in the design,accreditation and delivery of business and management courses both in the UK and overseas. She has a doctorate in education from the Institute of Education, part of the University of London, and a Masters degree from the London School of Economics. Her overseas assignments have included running workshops for academic staff in Malaysia for the Malaysian Higher Education Academy and the Universiti Teknologi Mara. She is currently involved as an external examiner at Inti University College Malaysia. Her specialist areas of teaching are in management in relation to both UK and international organisations, with an emphasis on the cultural variations that are involved. She is co-author of ‘The Skills of Management’ (South-Western Cengage, 2008) and joint-editor of ‘Exploring Human Resource Management’ (McGraw Hill, 2008).

Dr Gill Sugden Honorary Dean of the Faculty of Business and Management Studies
PhD

Dr Sugden was formerly Head of Business Information Management and Operations in the Westminster Business School at the University of Westminster. She has wide-ranging experience in the development and delivery of undergraduate and postgraduate courses at that institution and in an advisory capacity at other UK universities. She has additionally acted as an internal examiner at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. Her research interests are in the areas of knowledge management where she has contributed chapters to a number of textbooks, and E-Business. Her doctorate was undertaken at the Institute of Education, London University and researched feedback with postgraduate students and the factors that influenced feedback effectiveness. She has experience of teaching Information Technology subjects to first and second level undergraduates, and her specialist areas of teaching were primarily Strategies for Information Management, E-Business and Knowledge Management. She has lectured on courses for external clients both at home and overseas.

Professor Hans Haenlein Academic Advisor
MBE Dip Arch RIBA FRSA

Professor Haenlein is a leading expert in the planning of education and community facilities and can draw on over 40 years experience both as an academic and as a practicing architect. His practice has a track record of innovative design across a broad range of projects in the UK, Europe and Africa, covering new-build, rehabilitation of existing buildings, work to historic buildings and urban planning. The practice specialises in the design of energy efficient and accessible buildings, and is involved with the University of Reading in research into barrier-free design, briefing and the construction process. Currently he is designing a Concept Building for the International Centre for Inclusive Environments at the University of Reading, as well as several schools and urban regeneration projects. He is President of the Hammersmith Society and registered in the UK as a specialist RIBA Client Advisor. He was awarded a MBE for his educational services.

Professor Atta ur Rahman Academic Advisor
PhD

Professor Rahman started his career in 1964 as a Lecturer at the University of Karachi. He became Co-Director of the Hussain Ebrahim Jamal Research Institute of Chemistry at University of Karachi and then Director in 1990. He has over 852 publications in leading international journals in several fields of organic chemistry. Some 76 students have completed their PhD degrees under his supervision. He was elected as Fellow of Royal Society (London) in July 2006, thereby becoming one of the only 4 scientists from the Muslim world to have ever won this honour, and the only scientist to be so recognısed for research work carried out in an Islamıc country. He has been conferred with many honorary doctorate degrees by many universities including the degree of Doctor of Science (Sc.D.) by Cambridge University in 1987.

Prof Nasir Uddin Khan Academic Advisor
BSc (Hons) MSc PGD (UNESCO) PhD

Professor Khan is a prominent educationist who has worked in the educational management sector over the last 35 years. Currently he is Pro-Vice Chancellor, Professor of Mathematics, Convenor of the Power Generation Program, and Chairman of the Building and Land Utilization Committee at Karachi University. He has published 40 research papers in Pakistani and international journals. His work has been recognized by various international organizations. He is an active member of the International Brain Research Organization (France), member of the Board of Governors of the CZAR Trust in America and of the Abdus Salam Center for Theoretical Physics in Italy. He was awarded Gold Medal from Pakistan Intellectual Society for his efforts in education in research. So far he has tutored 8 PhD students in the field of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences. He is a Fellow of the Isaac Newton Institute of Mathematical Sciences at Cambridge University.

NHU Solar Program

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive sections of society, and to address education in a much broader and more inclusive way. As such, the aim should be to develop independent and critical thinkers who can form a sustainable basis for a healthy and thriving society. Sir Michael Barber, one of the UK’s leading educationalists, has been tasked by the Pakistani government to implement large-scale changes that will transform the country’s educational system. He writes: ‘Pakistan has been through a precarious time... It's still a fragile place, with major security threats... [and] if the education system fails for another 1020- years, we could see it going on a huge downward spiral...

NHU Faculty

While the state holds the primary duty to provide adequate education for its subjects, in certain instances when it fails to discharge its obligations, responsibility falls onto others to take up the challenge. The central need is to go beyond merely educating the wealthy elite or other exclusive sections of society, and to address education in a much broader and more inclusive way. As such, the aim should be to develop independent and critical thinkers who can form a sustainable basis for