"Welcome to Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design"
" Welcome to Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design "
Foundation YearsSchool of Fashion DesignSchool of Fashion Marketing & PromotionSchool of Textile Design
The selected candidates, on the basis of Entry Test and Interview, are admitted provisionally. The Verification Committee confirms admission after the verification of educational and other required documents.
  1. Students are required to get their registration number at the beginning of first academic year after payment of dues from Registrar’s office.
  2. Students are allocated registration number section wise before the commencement of classes. Registration numbers and section once allocated are not changed.
  3. If (at any stage after the admission) it comes to the knowledge of the authorities that the documents presented by the applicant are fake or there is a misstatement or clerical error in the document, his/ her admission will be cancelled.
  4. Provisional admission may be granted to the result awaiting students. PIFD reserves the right to cancel admission of such students who fail to provide result intimation and Equivalence Certificate issued by IBCC within given time in the undertaking furnished at the time of payment of dues.
  5. Student enrolled at PIFD in undergraduate program is not allowed to be enrolled in any other program in any other University at the same time. If such situation arises, the registration of student will be cancelled or he/she will be expelled.
  6. Migration from any HEC recognized Institution/University may be allowed after successful completion of Foundation Year Studies only on the following grounds.

    1. Transfer of Parents
    2. Shifting of residence of parents
    3. Any other un-avoidable circumstances
    4. Availability of vacant seat
    5. Grades/GPA acceptable to the Department Concerned
    6. Intermediate or equivalent marks should be 550
  • Admission on Merit: All the admissions of eligible applicants shall be made on open interse-merit determined on the basis of entry test and interview
  • Foreign Seats: Four Seats are reserved for foreign students for Bachelor Degree Program. They will be selected on inter-se-merit and shall pay additional fee as fixed by the Federal Government for foreign students per annum along with normal fee for year I, II, III, IV (Semester-wise) separately.
  • The institute shall admit students in Four-Year Degree programs according to the schedule advertised in the leading national newspapers, and on the website of the institute.
  • The Institute shall not accept any admission form after the due date fixed for the purpose.
  • Quota System
Punjab including Federal Area of Islamabad
45%
Sindh including Karachi
20%
Baluchistan
16%
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa
9%
FATA
5%
Gilgit Baltistan
3%
Azad Jammu & Kashmir
2%
Eligibility:
  • Intermediate/A-Level with 50% (550/1100) marks.
  • Students awaiting results are also eligible for provisional admission.
  • F.A/F.Sc. students should attach the attested copy of Part-I Result Card and Part-II Roll No. Slip of their respective Boards.
  • A-Level with (Minimum 3 main subjects, no subsidiary) and O-Level with 8 subjects including five compulsory subjects are required.
  • O-Level students are required to submit Equivalence certificates issued by IBCC along with ALevel Result intimation of at least two main subjects with the form.
  • Result awaiting A-Level students should attach their Statement of Entry.
  • Applicants will have to appear in compulsory pre-admission Aptitude Test (Entry Test) followed by an interview.
  • Merit List will be prepared on the basis of Entry Test and Interview and be displayed for studying in 1st semester of Foundation Year
The scale of fees and other charges are notified by the Institute every year. A detailed break- up of the fee is as follows:
Semester I
Admission /Registration Fee
10,000
Security Deposits (Refundable)
10,000
Tuition Fee
102,292
Medical Fee (Per Semester)
1,000
Others (Library &Workshop Fee)
2,000
Examination Fee (Per Semester)
1,000
Semester II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII
Tuition Fee
102,292
Medical Fee (Per Semester)
1,000
Others (Library &Workshop Fee)
2,000
Examination Fee
1,000
* Adjustable Withholding Tax on Total Fee would be charged as per Government Rules.
Hostel Charges inclusive of Transport
Hostel Security (Refundable)
2,000
Hostel Accommodation Charges (Non AC) per month
8,000
Hostel Accommodation Charges (AC) per month
14,000
Hostel Mess Charges per month (To be deposited to the Cashier, PIFD)
45,00
Transport (Day Scholars)
Transport Charges per month
5,000
The total fee of one semester may be divided into three installments for student’s convenience in exceptional cases.
The students have the ultimate responsibility for arranging Institute fees/dues. The Institute may require a declaration or affidavit from the students and their guardians/parents or sponsors guaranteeing payment before confirming admission or at any time during the course.
Fee must be paid within the time mentioned on challan form. Late fee fine shall be charged at Rs. 100/- per day subject to maximum of Rs. 5000/- per each semester separately. Students who fail to pay their fee in the stipulated time will not be allowed to sit in the classes after due date and will not be allowed to appear in their mid-term and final-term examinations. Such students may be asked to re-register themselves to enroll at PIFD after payment of registration fee as prescribed.
Refund of Fee Policy
PIFD has implemented the National Level Fee Refund Policy at Higher Education Institutions of Pakistan circulated by Higher Education Commission, vide letter No. 10-1/HEC/A&C/2012/94 dated 11th September, 2012 for registered students and also adopted revised policy of HEC vide letter No.10- 1/HEC/A&C/2015/6542 dated Dec 7, 2015.
Percentage (%) of Tuition Fee
Timeline For Semester/Trimester System
Full (100%) Fee Refund
5,00UP to 7th day of commencement of classes
Half (50%)Fee Refund
From 8th -15th day of commencement of classes
No Fee (0%) Refund
From 16th day of commencement of classes
  • %age of Fee shall be applicable on all components of fee, except for security and admission charges.
  • Timeline shall be calculated continuously, covering both weekdays and weekend.
From 16th day of commencement of classes, if a student at any stage intends to quit his/her studies, he/she may apply for refund of security fee only.
The students who apply for refund of fee due to cancellation of admission or otherwise before the commencement of classes may get the full refund as per receipt.
It is mandatory for the candidates to pay full fee of the first Semester within due date as financial assistance is not provided in the first Semester.
Students and their families may experience financial difficulties. Therefore, it is crucial that expenditure over the academic year is planned in advance. It is our endeavor to provide access to the quality education. Hence the Institute has a limited range of bursaries to support those students who come from lower income families.
The Institute grants financial assistance on the basis of demonstrated financial need, from 2nd semester onwards to deserving students. There are no academic, athletic or merit-based awards. “Financial Assistance” will be for one semester and this fee waiver/concession is applicable only on the tuition fee. A student will pay all other payments and fines in whole and no exemption will be granted. Financial Assistance Half Tuition Fee is granted on kinship basis to the younger real brother or sister.
How to Apply
Students are required to submit an application when announced. The application form must be properly filled and attached with the required documents such as income, expenditure and tax return etc. The financial assistance forms are available at the Course Coordinator’s Office of each department. Due date for the submission of financial assistance application is notified on notice boards. Late submissions are not entertained.
Application Review
Financial assistance cases are reviewed by a committee duly constituted. Based upon the information submitted in the application, the committee assesses the “survival need” of the student. Incomplete applications are refused.
Funding from Other Sources
There are a number of external sources of funding (grants and loans), which students may access. In such cases, the Institute will assist in any way it can; full information is only available directly from the sources concerned. The student’s eligibility is a matter between the student and the concerned source.
Financial Assistance Disbursement
Financial Assistance is automatically adjusted by the PIFD accounts office against tuition fee if the applications is approved. No amount is disbursed directly to the student.
HEC Need Based Scholarship:
Introduction
Higher Education Commission aims to elevate the socio-economic position of needy & deserving students by providing access to quality education through needs-based scholarships. Government of Pakistan has also duly acknowledged the financial constraints barring students from acquiring higher education and has thus earmarked substantial funds for improvement of education sector.
Objectives
  • To provide an opportunity for talented students who are financially disadvantaged and are incapable of meeting higher education costs at partner institutions /universities in all disciplines.
  • To provide opportunities for academically qualified, yet financially needy, Pakistani students to continue university studies in selected partner universities of Pakistan, especially from remote and rural areas of Pakistan (FATA, KPK, Southern Punjab, Balochistan, and Northern Sindh).
Eligibility Criteria
  • Financial assistance & scholarships are available for study at Undergraduate and Graduate level in all disciplines at HEC selected public sector Pakistani universities and degree awarding institutions.
  • Students need to compete for securing admission at the participating institution as per admission policy of the institution and be enrolled in Undergraduate (4 years) or 2 years MA/MSc programs.
  • The eligibility of a candidate is linked to his/her financial needs as assessed by the Institutional Scholarship Award Committee. The financial background of the family of the applicant will be kept in view in this regard.
  • The number of Graduate and Undergraduate slots will be decided by the universities but weightage will be given to Undergraduate slots.
  • Funding for Graduate and Undergraduate slots will continue for the complete duration of the program. In case any students drop out, they will be replaced by other candidates on the waiting list.
  • All disciplines will be kept open. The selected university will decide whether to include or exclude any discipline keeping in view its grant, program cost, and number of allocated slots, etc.
  • In the case of Medicine, Pharm-D and other five year programs, funding will be made available for the complete program.
  • Considering the allocated grant, the university may adjust the total number of scholarships to an extent in order to cover the tuition fees.
  • In addition to the tuition fee, every grantee will be paid Rs. 6000 stipend per month for the complete program.
Note:
The complete application should be sent to relevant Financial Aid Offices where the applicant intends to secure admission.
Punjab Education Endowment Funds (PEEF)
Punjab Education Endowment Funds (PEEF) has awarded 10 scholarships to meritorious and deserving students for the graduation degree course every year for Foundation Year Studies Students.
The Fund will be offered to the students meeting the following criteria:-
  • Students must have domicile of the Punjab Province
  • Students must have secured at least 60% marks (first division) in their Intermediate Annual Examination and must have enrolled in the Undergraduate Level Design Education Professional degree program in the same year as they have passed such Examination from any Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education of Punjab or the Federal Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education.
  • Students must have passed the above mentioned examination from;
    a. A government institution (students of Federal Government Institutions situated within geographical boundaries of Punjab are eligible)
    b. A private affiliated institution
    c. As a private candidate.
  • The annual household Parent’s income of each of the student must not be more than Rs. 360,000/- (Rupees Three Hundred & Sixty Thousand Only).
  • The student must also qualify under the criteria for award of financial aid prescribed by the institution
Student Identity Card
The Student Identity Card is the student’s passport to the Institute premises. The students must wear it in the classes, the library, studios, workshops and computer room; it provides proof of enrolment at the Institute. Students are required to keep it handy and show it on demand. In case of loss, a duplicate card may be provided on payment of prescribed fee.
The Student Identity Card is valid for four year academic session and must be returned to the Course Coordinator on completion of the session or completion of the course to enable the refund of library and Institute security deposits.
Dress Code
All the students must adhere to the ‘Dress Code’ within the Institute. Failure to comply may result in the imposition of certain fine or direction to leave the PIFD premises.
Dress Code for female students is mentioned below:
  • Knee length Kameez /short or long sleeve,Shalwar and Dopata /Scarf.
  • Trousers/Jeans/Pants with knee length Shirt/short or long sleeve and Dopata/Scarf.
  • Girls are not allowed to wear sleeveless dresses, fitted t-shirts, caprie, short tops.
Male students must be in presentable dress. Short trousers, night suits and slippers are not allowed.
Higher Education is very essential for active participation in the knowledge societies which in turn accelerate economic growth. Quality Education is a prerequisite to gain access to knowledge which guarantees economic development. This makes the condition of higher education in Pakistan a very critical issue. Recognizing this, the Higher Education Commission (HEC) is committed to quality assurance and enhancement of higher education in institutions. To achieve world class standards, quality assessment and continuous improvement are the necessary ingredients. This includes the accreditation of academic programs and quality assessment of the institutions. HEC has developed procedures and guidelines for quality assurance and its enhancement.

HEC has established the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) with the objective of significant enhancement of quality in higher learnings and international compatibility. The major function of QAA is to integrate the concepts of quality in the higher learning systems and to develop practical guidelines and policies for uplifting the standard of education in Pakistan by establishing a viable Quality Assurance mechanism. One of the basic components of Quality Assurance Process is Self Assessment System for the academic programs.

The purpose of establishing Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) at PIFD is to enhance the quality practices to excel in academics and research nationally and internationally. The prime mandate of QEC is to plan, apprise, coordinate and follow up the activities of conducting Self Assessment (SA) of the Teaching Departments in terms of their Degree Programs on the basis of Criteria, Standards and Survey Forms incorporated in the Self Assessment Manual (SAM) to determine the weaknesses and to address the same to achieve the following objectives and it is a continuous process:
  1. Improvement and maintenance of academic standards
  2. ;Enhancement of students’ learning
  3. ;Verify that the existing programs meet their objectives and institutional goals
  4. Provide feedback for quality assurance of academic programs.
In order to maintain academic quality and standards in the higher education, the institutions need to be professional, creative and innovative. Development is rapidly becoming the driving force of innovation and entrepreneurship. It is an established fact that there is a direct correlation between knowledge capital and economic development. If Pakistan wishes to become an ever going power, it needs to enhance its knowledge and intellectual capital drastically.

After establishment of HEC, there has been a strong focus to improve the quality of higher education in Pakistan with the objective of achieving international standards. The challenge of quality assurance and enhancement in higher education has been accepted at global level.

To facilitate the institution to be a world class center of education, priority must be given to the higher education which plays a vital role in development of both human beings and modern societies as it enhances social culture, economic development, active citizenship and ethical values.

Pakistan also responded to the global challenge by establishing QAA, under the auspices of HEC. QAA has so far facilitated the establishment of Quality Enhancement Cells (QECs) in public and private sector Universities/ Degree Awarding Institutions in a planned manner.

QEC is operated in this institution for the execution of Quality Assurance (QA) policies designed by QAA with uniformity of pace and standards. The Quality Enhancement is the process which enables us to determine the milestones and to set new goals after achieving the previous and it is continuous of achieving the standards near to perfection. Prior task of QEC is to identify the strengths and area of improvement through the prescribed evaluation procedure and to ensure the follow up and implementation.
Vision
To be leading public sector higher education institution in the areas of Art and Design Education by taking best quality assurance measures to ensure highest quality of education compatible and competitive with the international standards.
Mission
To deliver high quality teaching and learning with sustainable quality strategies in academics to meet the challenges of the rapidly changing world that consistently emphasize:
  • Creativity and innovation
  • Industry relevance and employability
  • Enterprise and entrepreneurship
  • Professional excellence
  • Socially responsible, ethical professional practice
  • Implementation of quality assurance framework prescribed by the HEC to meet the international standards of quality education and research.
  • Establish an effective system of Self-Assessment of the Institute’s Programs with purpose of quality enhancement.
  • Developing procedure and implementing them for Internal Quality Assurance (IQA).
  • Assuring that the Institute’s Programs meet the requirements of HEC.
  • Ensuring improvement of the quality of teaching, research and related students/staff support services through internal audit.
  • Taking measures for capacity building of faculty/staff involved in quality assurance processes
  • Collection of Institute statistical data for its ranking by national/international agencies.
  • Promoting collaboration with national and international universities/organizations.
  • Contributing in quality assurance/enhancement of Higher Education at national/international levels.
  • Promoting public confidence that the quality and standards of the award of degree are enhanced and safeguarded.
  • Review of quality standards and the quality of teaching and learning in each subject area
  • Developing quality assurance process and methods of evaluation to affirm that the quality of provision and the standards of awards are being maintained and to foster curriculum, subject and staff development together with research and other scholarly activities.
  • Review of academic collaboration with other institution in terms of effective management of standards and quality of programs
  • Defining clear and explicit standards as points of reference to the reviews/audit to be carried out.
  • Developing qualification framework by setting out the attributes and abilities that can be expected from the holder of a qualification.
  • Developing program specifications. These are standard set of information clarifying what knowledge, understanding, skills and other attributes a student will have to develop on successfully completing a specific program.
  • Ensuring the Institute quality assurance procedures are designed to fit in with the arrangements in place nationally for maintaining and improving the quality of higher education.
Phase I
  • Selection of Departments for Self Assessment (SA). 
  • Constitution and Registration of Program Teams (PTs). 
  • Awareness of Program Teams regarding preparation of Self Assessment Report.
  • Conduction of Surveys. 
  • Submission of SAR to QEC by PT 
  • Review of SAR by QEC. 
  • Final Submission of SAR to QEC.
Phase II
  • Constitution and Registration of Assessment Teams (ATs).
  • Awareness of Assessment Teams regarding assessment of Self Assessment Report.
  • Visit of Assessment Team to Department.
  • Submission of AT Report to QEC.
  • Exit Meeting (QEC, Course Coordinator/HOD, PT, AT, Faculty).
  • Submission of Executive Summary to the Vice Chancellor.
  • Implementation Plan submitted by Course Coordinator/HOD.
  • Remedial Action undertaken by Course Coordinator/HOD.
Serial No.
Name
Designation
Department of Fashion Design
1
Ms. Faiza Khalid
Assistant Professor (Team Leader)
2
Mr. Abdul Manan Khalid
Assistant Professor
3
Ms. Fatima Jabeen Iqbal
Assistant Professor
Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
1
Ms. Khadija Hassan
Assistant Professor (Team Leader)
2
Ms. Asma Khan
Lecturer
3
Mr. Asaad Imtiaz
Lecturer
4
Ms. Eesha Shahid
Lecturer
Department of Textile Design
4
Mr. Allahdad
Assistant Professor (Team Leader)
4
Ms. Maria Riaz
Lecturer
4
Mr. Zohaib Azhar
Lecturer
4
Ms. Maheen Ausaf
Lecturer
Department of Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences
4
Muhammad Umar
Assistant Professor (Team Leader)
4
Ms. Amina Rizwan
Assistant Professor
4
Ms. Qurat-ul-Ain Ali
Lecturer
Department of Furniture Design and Manufacture
4
Mr.Talha Ahmed
Assistant Professor (Team Leader)
4
Ms. Nayab Safdar
Lecturer
4
Ms. Abeer Tahir
Lecturer
4
Ms. Tatheer Zahra
Lecturer ( Foundation Year Studies)
Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear Design
4
Mr. Rehan Javed
Lecturer (Team Leader)
4
Mr. Zeeshan Naseem
Faculty Member / Consultant
4
Ms. Nabiha Aftab
Lecturer
4
Ms. Muniba Iftikhar
Lecturer
  • To attend SAR meetings as and when required.
  • To collect and document all the information required to fulfill the prescribed standards under each criterion.
  • To keep the record of all the supporting documents addressing various standards of the SAR
  • To prepare draft of the SAR on the given dead line and send it to QEC for timely feedback.
  • To coordinate with other department and faculty members as and when required for the completion of SAR.
  • To provide justification for each standard if it is not applicable.
  • To circulate all the applicable feedback forms to the target stakeholders and include the analysis of the same in the SAR.
  • To ensure that Self Assessment Mechanism is being implemented as per given guidelines.
  • To communicate with the management on the effectiveness and suitability of the SA mechanism.
Serial No.
Name
Designation
Department of Fashion Design
1
Mr. JavedAkhtar Mir
Associate Professor, Leather Accessories and Footwear (Team Leader)
2
Ms. Asmarah Ahmad
Assistant Professor, Foundation Year Studies
3
Mr. Abdul Manan
Assistant Professor, Fashion Design (Subject Expert)
Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
1
Ms. Maida Hassan
Assistant Professor, Foundation Year Studies (Team Leader)
2
Ms. Mariam Ali
Assistant Professor, Foundation Year Studies
3
Ms. Asma Khan
Lecturer, Fashion Marketing and Merchandising (Subject Expert)
Department of Textile Design
1
Mr. JavedAkhtar Mir
Associate Professor, Leather Accessories and Footwear (Team Leader)
2
Ms. Asmarah Ahmad
Assistant Professor, Fashion Design
3
Mr. Abdul Manan
Lecturer, Textile Design (Subject Expert)
Department of Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences
1
Mr. Muhammad Asim Naeem
Associate Professor, Fashion Design (Team Leader)
2
Ms. Bushra Jamil
Assistant Professor, Textile Design
3
Ms. Amina Rizwan
Assistant Professor, Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences (Subject Expert)
Department of Furniture Design and Manufacture
1
Ms. Shawana Abid
Associate Professor, Fashion Design (Team Leader)
2
Mr. Muhammad Kamran
Assistant Professor, Textile Design
3
Ms. Abeer Tahir
Lecturer, Furniture Design and Manufacture (Subject Expert)
Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear
1
Ms. Umber Zahid
Associate Professor, Textile Design
2
Mr. Qaiser Khan Shinwari
Assistant Professor, Furniture Design and Manufacture
3
Ms. Nabiha Aftab
Lecturer, Leather Accessories and Footwear (Subject Expert)
At Terms of References (TORs)
  • Check completeness of Self Assessment Report as per Self Assessment Manual & Rubric Format.
  • Evaluate responses of various criteria & standards.
  • Verify data/information given in SAR.
  • Confirm the facts & figures provided by Program Team.
  • Review the conclusion drawn by Program Team.
  • List down the findings from the assessment of program.
  • Write down Assessment Team Report. (AT Findings w.r.t infrastructure, teaching methodology, students’ learning outcomes, faculty performance, curriculum design, etc.)
  • Improper summaries of the feedback / survey Performa.
  • Absence of feedback conclusion drawn.
  • Ignoring the feedback proforma.
  • Irrelevant feedback from the faculty.
  • Including personal recommendation.
Phase I 
Self Assessment activities as per the instructions prescribed in the Self Assessment Manual (SAM) provided by the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), Higher Education Commission (HEC) has been completed in following departments in terms of degree programs for the year 2014-15 and submitted the same as Yearly Progress Report (YPR) to QAA/HEC, Islamabad. The score obtained as determined by QAA/HEC is 80%.
  • Department of Textile Design
  • Department of Furniture Design and Manufacture.
  • Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear.
Phase II 
Self Assessment activities as per the instructions prescribed in the SAM provided by the QAA/ HEC has been completed in following departments in terms of degree programs for the year 2015-16 and submitted the same as Yearly Progress Report (YPR) to QAA/HEC, Islamabad. The score obtained as determined by QAA/HEC is 86% having highest Quality Level i.e.  “W”
  • Department of Fashion Design.
  • Department of Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences.
  • Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising

Department

Program

Semester

Section

Date

Day

Time

Venue

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Department of Fashion Design

B.Des. Fashion Design

IV

-

       

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VI

-

       

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VIII

-

       

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Department of Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

BS Fashion Marketing & Merchandising

IV

-

18-Apr-2017

Tuesday

11:00am

Computer Lab III

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VI

-

19-Apr-2017

Wednesday

11:00am

Computer Lab III

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VIII

-

19-Apr-2017

Wednesday

9:30am

Computer Lab III

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Department of Textile Design

B.Des. Textile Design

IV

A

25-Apr-2017

Tuesday

12:00pm

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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IV

B

27-Apr-2017

Thursday

08:45am

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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VI

A

18-Apr-2017

Tuesday

08:45am

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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VI

B

18-Apr-2017

Tuesday

12:00pm

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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VIII

A

25-Apr-2017

Tuesday

08:45am

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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VIII

B

26-Apr-2017

Wednesday

08:45am

Computer Lab V (Textile Basement)

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Department of  Gems and Jewellery Design

B.Des. Jewellery Design and Gemological Sciences

IV

-

21-Apr-2017

Friday

11:15am

Computer Lab II (1st floor)

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VI

-

26-Apr-2017

Wednesday

11:15am

Computer Lab II (1st floor)

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VIII

-

21-Apr-2017

Friday

11:15am

Computer Lab II (1st floor)

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Department of Furniture Design And Manufacture

B.Des. Furniture Design and Manufacture

IV

-

       

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VI

-

       

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VIII

-

       

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Department of Leather Accessories and Footwear

B.Des. Leather Accessories and Footwear

IV

-

19-Apr-2017

Wednesday

12:00pm

Shoe Master Lab (Basement)

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VI

-

20-Apr-2017

Thursday

12:00pm

Shoe Master Lab (Basement)

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VIII

-

21-Apr-2017

Friday

12:00pm

Shoe Master Lab (Basement)

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Department of Ceramic and Glass Design

B.Des. Ceramic and Glass Design

IV

-

       

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VI

-

       

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VIII

-

       

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Foundation Year Studies

II

A

       

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II

B

       

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II

C

       

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II

D

       

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II

E

       

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II

F

       

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II

G

       

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The following applicable eight (08) surveys were carried out in accordance with the Self Assessment Manual (SAM) to incorporate their feedback in Self Assessment Reports (SARs):
Summaries of the Faculty Evaluation have been delivered to all the Course Coordinators / Head of Departments for information. Letters depicting scores obtained on the basis of evaluation during the semester delivered to faculty members regarding their performance with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover to place the same in their personal files.

Consolidated Score of each department on the basis of five point Likert scale is shown graphically as under:
Summaries of the Course Evaluation have been delivered to all the Course Coordinators / Head of Departments with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover.Consolidated Score of each department on the basis of Five Point Likert Scale is shown graphically as under:
Graduating Students Survey Reports of the Departments under assessment have been delivered to their Course Coordinators / Head of Departments with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover. Consolidated Score of each department on the basis of Five Point Likert Scale is shown graphically:
Response regarding Faculty Course Review Reports of courses taught in the Departments is shown graphically:
Faculty Survey Reports of the Departments under assessment have been delivered to their Course Coordinators / Head of Departments with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover. Overall Satisfaction Level of faculty of each department is shown graphically:
Alumni Survey Reports of the Departments under assessment have been delivered to their Course Coordinators / Head of Departments with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover. Consolidated Score of each department on the basis of Five Point Likert Scale is shown graphically as under:
Employer Survey Reports of the Departments under assessment have been delivered to their Course Coordinators / Head of Departments with copies to the Registrar under confidential cover. Consolidated Score of each department on the basis of Five Point Likert Scale is shown graphically:
Faculty Resume from the faculty of under assessment Departments was collected in soft and hard form and shown graphically as under:
Awareness Sessions of Program Teams
Department of Fashion Marketing and Merchandising
Pakistan Institute of Fashion and Design (PIFD), Lahore is a Full Member of Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art and Design. The membership was awarded in the conference held at Nottingham, UK in February, 2016.  It is a forum for partnership and transfer of knowledge and best practices. Cumulus consists currently of 229 member from 49 countries.PIFD is the first and only institute from Pakistan awarded full membership of Cumulus. It helps to create an Academic Forum for advancement of Higher Education and Research in Art, Design and Media. This also provides opportunity to develop linkages and promote dialogue among academic institutions of art and design, and to enhance their contribution in society.
QEC submitted its Yearly Progress Report (YPR) to QAA/HEC Islamabad for the year 2014-15 and 2015-16 on 10th July, 2015 and 19th July, 2016 respectively for Internal Quality Assurance (IQA) rating. The Score obtained as determined by QAA/HEC is 80% for 2014-15 and 86% score for 2015-16 having highest Quality Level i.e. “W” category.
1. Cumulus, the International Association of Universities and Colleges of Art and Design
2. L’Ecole de la Chambre Syndicale de la Couture, Paris, France; Mod’ Spe Institute, Paris, France
3. Modapelle Academy, Milan, Italy
4. ARS, SUTORIA, Milan, Italy
5. Asian Institute of Gemological Sciences, Bangkok, Thailand – AIGS
6. University College of Boras, Sweden
7. Aalto University, Helsinki, Finland
8. Konstfack University, Stockholm, Sweden
9. Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) New York
10. Parsons School of Design (College in New York City)
11. London College of Fashion, UK
12. Embassy of the Republic of Indonesia, Islamabad
13. Institute of Industrial Design Co. Ltd. (Instytut Wzornictwa Przemyslowego Sp. Zo.o) Poland.
1. University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar
2. Punjab Government, PSDF Short Courses Programme
3. Lahore Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI), Lahore
4. Pakistan Leather Competitiveness Improvement Program (PLCIP) 
5. The Punjab Educational Endowment Fund (PEEF)
6. Fashion Central Media Group; Hum TV Network.
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