The office of Advisor Students’ Affairs looks after the welfare of
the students with respect to every aspect of their stay in the
University. It is run by the Advisor Students’ Affairs, which is a
statutory designation of the University. The office of the Students’
Affairs establishes a liaison between the University administration and
the students. It facilitates the students in addressing their problems
pertaining to academics, co-curricular activities, sports, libraries,
examination, transportation, health, fees, career planning and
discipline etc. We encourage you to visit the Student Affairs office and
web pages to learn more about who we are and what we do The office of
Students’ Affairs looks after the following:
The Advisor Students' Affairs is in-charge of the Seniors'
Club by virtue of designation. He is responsible to constitute the Club
at the commencement of every academic session and run it amicably
throughout the year. The cream of the outstanding students in academics,
sports and co-curricular activities are entitled to apply for the
membership of this prestigious Club. Fifteen best students are chosen
each year to constitute the Club. The Club meets regularly on a weekly
basis to deliberate on the students’
problems regarding any aspect of their University life.
Proposals are drafted for the resolution of these problems, which are
subsequently presented to the Vice Chancellor in the Club’s
monthly meetings with him. The members of the Club hold
candid discussions with the Vice Chancellor and find out solutions to
their problems in a prompt and effective manner. The Club also holds
meetings with the other officers of the University and attempts to
address the students’ problems.
Members of Seniors' Club (2012-13)
BURHAN AHMAD KHAN
MALIK MUHAMMAD UMAR
HAFIZ ALI MOIN-UD-DIN
RANA SAIFULLAH HASSAN
Updated on: (30-11-2012)
Advisor Students' Affairs acts as Secretary Discipline Committee by virtue of his
designation. All the complaints against students regarding violation of
university rules and regulations are referred to the Discipline
Committee for review. The Secretary summons the accused student and
his/her parents to appear before the Committee and clarify their
position. The Committee consists of four senior professors of the
University who look into the complaint and recommend appropriate
punishment or acquittal. The Committee has the authority to recommend
fine, suspension, expulsion or compulsory migration from the University.
Students are encouraged to report problems regarding
University affairs the office of Students’ Affairs. The office strives
to help the students resolve their problems through the concerned
quarters. The students can visit the office in person or send a written
complaint through e-mail or ordinary mail.
In view of the rising cost of the Higher Education all
over the world, University Lahore has kept its academic charges at the
minimum possible scale. University has a humane approach towards all of
its students. We offer a generous financial aid programme. In the
current fiscal year, the GCU has allocated Rs. 10 million in this
context which would certainly help those needy and deserving students in
making their career path.
The Student Advisor's Office is located in the Student
Service Centre adjacent to Undergraduate Cafeteria.
Meet the Advisor Staff
Advisor Students’ Affairs, runs the office of Students’ Affairs.
Dr. Nasima Rehman
Department of Urdu is Co-Advisor Students' Affairs
News & Events:
Arfa’s stamps unveiled at GCU
postage stamp, issued by Pakistan Post for Arfa Karim Randhawa, received
a very warm response from the students of GC University Lahore who came
in hordes at a special ticket-stall set up by Seniors Club in the
university to pay homage to the world’s youngest Microsoft Certified
Professional (MCP). GCU Acting Vice Chancellor Prof. Dr. Ikramul Haq
inaugurated the stall by purchasing the first commemorative postage
stamp of Arfa Karim.
Speaking on the
occasion, Prof. Ikram said that the late Arfa Karim is the epitome of
hope for the millions of talented young boys and girls of Pakistan who
are yearning to vent out their latent talent in a world that is always
hostile and unaccommodating towards to them. He stressed on Ravians to
never let go of Miss Arfa Karim’s struggle and take it from where she
has left unfinished.
tickets as souvenirs students said that these would always remind them
the glory and respect which the late Arfa Karim bought for the youth of
Pakistan. They said that they are very happy to be the first to have
these commemorative postage stamps as they are not yet available in the