Islamabad, Promotion of examination society in the instructive organizations is indispensable as it can open roads of druthers for transforming dross into gold, focused on members of a two-day workshop on the "comprehension the world in subjective route" hung on the Faisal Masjid grounds of the International Islamic University (IIU) here.
The workshop was sorted out by the Office of Research Innovation and Commercialisation (ORIC) and Faculty of Management Sciences (FMS) together which was joined by 20 employees from various branches of IIU and veteran asset persons of the Central Punjab University, Allama Iqbal Open University and other instructive establishments. The workshop concentrated on investigating the traits and extent of the subjective research and examining its significance in the field of sociologies.
The workshop's inaugural and closing sessions were joined by IIU Rector Dr. Masoom Yasinzai and President Dr. Ahmed Yousif Al-Draiweesh who focused upon greatest association of the employees in the workshops and venture of examination for productive results.
Important exploration can altogether contribute in the advancement of the general public, said Dr. Masoom Yasinzai. "Concentrate on examination in sociologies is need of hour," he included while underscoring that social researchers ought to find a way to get understudies' consideration and state of mind of significant exploration in the field.
Dr. Al-Draiweesh approached educators to set exploration advancement as a center target which he said would clear path for the accomplishment of elevated objectives of the college. He was of the perspective that examination is the legacy of Muslim who taught the world to exceed expectations with this characteristic
The IIU President pledged for the most extreme participation as far as examination based exercises, while he coordinated that such workshops with more intuitive sessions be masterminded at any rate twice in the month and employees too understudies ought to additionally be acquired to take a dynamic part in those exercises.
Dr. Abdul Hameed, executive ORIC and Dr. Arif Saleem, a FMS experienced educator, likewise tended to on the event.