Professor Dr. Kanwal Ameen ::: ::: Congratulations and Best Wishes

As reported by Dr. Khalid Mahmood on a mailing group on May 27, 2009:

“I am pleased to share that Professor Dr. Kanwal Ameen has joined the Dept.
of Library & Information Science, Punjab University as Chairperson. I
welcome this appointment and pray for her success and betterment of this
department”

We congratulate Professor Dr. Kanwal Ameen on her appointment as new Chairperson of Department of Library and Information Science (DLIS). We pray for her success in future. May her appointment be helpful for betterment of the profession.

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Two day training at Islamia University, Bahawalpur

A two day training was announced and conducted for the library professionals of The Central Library Bahawalpur and constituent libraries by LISolutions. Continue reading

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Koha 3: Opportunities for Librarians

The release of Koha 3 is not a new story and its popularity among the librarians of the world is increasing day by day due to its powerful framework, stability, ease of use and the flexibility to customize the different modules.

But according to our observation and discussion with professional librarians at Islamabad/Lahore, Pakistani librarians are hesitating to use it due to the following reasons:

Inpage to Unicode Converter — a wondorful software by a brilliant Pakistani student

Salman Humdullah, BCS final semester student at FAST National University, Lahore is a very talented student. He developed a world class Inpage to Unicode Converter during his vacations after the exams of Intermediate in late 2003 when he was only 18 years old. Continue reading

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Dr. Kanwal Selected as Prof. of LIS

As reported by Nosheen Fatima Warraich Lecture/ PhD Student , Dr. Kanwal Ameen has been selected as a professor in the Department of Library and Information Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore. We congratulate her on her brilliant success on behalf of LISolutions.

May GOD bless her more successes in her life

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Pakistani Librarians on Facebook

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“Pakistan has world’s larges WiMAX network – Will America catch up?” – Tech Lahore

Doesn’t that headline just put a smile on your face? You’re not the only one. It’s great to see that the significant human effort augmented by billions of dollars invested in Pakistan’s IT infrastructure and skill-development are bearing tangible fruit. There are several areas where Pakistan is leading the pack already, and others where it is threatening to……

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Sad Demise of Dr. Syed Jalaluddin Haider (Dr. Kanwal Amin’s view )

On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 11:16 PM, Kanwal Ameen wrote:

How painful is to percieve that the PERSON who had plans to come to lahore in december just 4 months ago and was normally healthy is no more to do so.

I wont be getting any emails “Enquiring welfare” if not in touch for more than 2 weeks, and asking about any news regarding dept, journal, writings, going somewhere, etc. He would say, “Librarianship is my life and always keep me informed even of little happenings”. Continue reading

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Sad Demise of Dr. Syed Jalaluddin Haider

(As reported by Prof. Dr. Khalid Mahmood)
Dear Colleagues,

With deep sorrow and grief I share with you that Dr. Syed Jalaluddin Haider passed away some minutes before in Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi. (November 17, 2008 09:00 PM app)

Inna Lillah-he wa Inna Ilaihe Rajeyon
(انا للہ وانا الیہ راجعون).

His janazah prayer will be offered at Masjid Bab ul Ilm, Five Star Chowrangi, North Nazimabad, Karachi after Zohar prayer on Tuesday, November 18.

For contact: Syed Attaullah, Librarian, Aga Khan University at 0300-2348234

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