Dialogue on Electoral Processes and Community Policy Problems at Pakistan
Keeping in See the Importance of forthcoming elections 2018, Center for Policy Research (CPS) CIIT, Islamabad coordinated a Roundtable
Dialogue on Electoral Processes and Community Policy Problems at Pakistan on May
3, 2018 in 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm in BIC 1 St flooring CIIT
Islamabad. The goal of the semester was supposed to boost consciousness among CIIT faculty and students members of Election approaches and procedures, people policy
problems and producing a research schedule while in the area of rigorous scientific studies and
general plan. The Session Ended up moderated by Dr. Kalsoom Sumra and also Dr. Shakeel
Ahmad in CPS general elections update. The semester has been attended by CIIT pupil, college members
along with dignitaries from civil culture. Dr. Imran Syed, '' Head CPS, CIIT
Islamabad started the session with all the incorrect comments. At the Start of the
semester, Dr. Shakeel Ahmad in CPS spoke about "Electoral Research:
Integrated comprehension"Mr. Kanwar M. Dilshad Ex-Secretary
Election Commission of Pakistan and also Chairman Countrywide Democratic Groundwork
spoke about "Electoral Administration and Selections" followed closely by Means of a lecture of Mr.
Zafar Ullah Khan, '' CEO Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Providers on "Could
Electoral Act 20 17 Reinforce Electoral Integrity? Pakistan's Discussion in
Comparative Perspective"Professor Ijaz Shafi Gillani, '' Gallup,
Pakistan spoke about "Electoral Systems and Processes at Pakistan". Dr. Faqir
Hussain Ex- Registrar, Supreme Court of Pakistan spoke about "Authorized frame
Of all Election, '' 2018". Mr. Muhammad Khizer Aziz, DG (IT) ECP briefed about "Usage of
I.T at Electoral Administration and Governance for forthcoming election 2018".
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