News Archive - March 2022

Participation in “2nd International Conference on Statistical Science-2022”


9th-10th March, 2022: Department of Statistics, Lahore College for Women University participated in the “2nd International Conference on Statistical Science-2022” themed on "Applied Statistics & Sustainable Development Goals" organized by Government College, University Lahore. The worthy Vice-Chancellor GCU, Prof. Dr. Asghar Zaidi presided over the conference's opening session, which had brought together renowned academic scientists from around the country to discuss creative ideas and research on the Special sessions on topics such as Sustainable Development Goals, Probability and Distribution Theory, Regression and Time Series Analysis, Survey Sampling, Medical and Bio statistics, Applied Statistics, Demographic and Medical Statistics, Quality Control, and Bayesian/Indusrtial Statistics were held during the conference. Dr. Asifa Kamal, COD, Department of Statistics, was a keynote speaker of the conference and also chaired a session, titled as “Role of Statistics in Public Health”. Fourteen undergraduate students namely, Ms. Ayesha Waseem, Ms. Afrah Hafeez, Ms. Warda khan, Ms. Zohra Asif, Ms. Areeba Allah ditta, Ms. Zainab Jamil, Ms. Shajia Aleem, Ms. Umme-e-Habiba, Ms. Rukhsar Fayyaz, Ms. Warda Mukhtar, Ms.Farwa Khaliq, Ms. Aroofa Arif, Ms. Ayesha Mumtaz, Ms Armeen Azhar under the supervision of Dr. Asifa Kamal, Ms. Abeera Shakeel, Ms. Rashida Khalil, Dr. Mariyam Hafeez, Ms. Tahira Bano, Dr. Sehar Saleem, Ms.Sameena Irfan, Dr. Naila Amjad, Ms. Maria Aslam, Ms. Naz Saud and Ms. Asma Zeb respectively, represented their research work. Similarly, students at postgraduate level, Ms. Samreen Zulfiqar, Ms. Tanzila Noor and Ms. Nimra Kareem also presented their research articles under the supervision of Dr Asifa Kamal, Dr. Naila Amjad, Ms. Rashida Khalil and Dr. Sadia Khalil.

Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Dr. Asghar Zaidi commended and thanked Dr. Asifa Kamal for her work as a presenter. In the end, shields and certificates were distributed among chair and moderator. The conference was an enriching experience for the participating students and faculty members of the department.