Awareness Campaigns

Kashmir Solidarity Walk

Directorate of Students Affairs, University of Wah organized ‘Kashmir Solidarity Walk’ on 3 February, 2022 to express support for the people of occupied Kashmir and their right to self-determination under the United Nation Resolutions. Dr. Wazir Zada Khan, Acting Dean Faculty of Computer Sciences, Director Student Affairs; Dr. Qazi Mahmood Ul Hassan, Chairpersons, Faculty members and the students attended the walk. Director Academics, Dr. Saleem Iqbal addressed the participants of the Walk and paid homage to Kashmiris and their struggle for independence. Students displayed posters and Placards to exhibit their feelings on Indian occupation of Kashmir. In the end, Director Students Affairs offered a note of thanks to all the participants.

Seminar on Breast Cancer Awareness

Mashal Degree College organized a Breast Cancer Awareness Seminar on 24th October, 2019. The keynote speakers included Dr Sadia Nadeem and Dr Afshan Haroon from Wah Medical College. Both speakers briefed the audience about cancer risks, causes as well as symptoms and emphasized that an early diagnosis is the key to successful treatment. The audience took keen interest in the enlightening session. At the end, the seminar was followed by a QA session.

Breast Cancer Awareness campaigns are regularly organized at the University to aid the much needed cognizance and education against breast cancer, which the most frequently diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of death due to cancer.

Awareness Campaigns against Epidemics/Disease Outbreaks

For awareness of the community and general public, UW organizes regular campaigns against various epidemics and prevailing disease outbreaks. Precautions against COVID and Anti-Dengue Awareness campaigns through Poster and Model Competitions have been held recently.

Mental Health Camps

Camps on mental health issues, quite prevalent in today’s stressful environment, are organized to promote awareness regarding mental health, psychological well-being, and stress management in the populace.