Think Again! Strategic Committee

Well it’s my last year, seeing the committee making the rightfully thought decisions to take TIP to another level of learning for the students.

Recently, a decision made by the committee has left me with a question, to the ability of the members in one of the top ranked committee playing its vital role in the fulfillment of TIP’s new vision.

New TISF Faculty coordinator, everyone at TIP knows the way he works, self-centered, autocratic decisions, biased approvals and more importantly a One Man Show!

Whereas, being a former member of student forum, what I learned is that it’s a forum where you learn team work, improvement with collective wisdom and the right way of doing things in a system.

My question to the members of the Strategic Committee is, “What do you want students to learn out of this and have you put the right person on the lead to improve the quality of learning provided by the institute, even if it’s about running TISF?”

So it’s true….:)

Finally, it’s in print 🙂 Be there to witness the launch of Talking Textures 2011 at TIP, Main Campus, great surprises awaits you all, that will take you off the hook 🙂

Talking Textures 2011 LAUNCH

Wednesday, October 19 · 2:30pm – 4:30pm

TIP Main Campus

Selling our Mascot Team to Buy Liquid Soap Dispensers?

An uneven Cricket ground full of weeds, free water for which you probably need to go 400 feet underground and still isn’t fit for humans or plantation at TIP, unrealistic targets of bringing in 500 students (just to let you know they are invisible :p), free advertisements in in Thal Times (a newspaper in Bhakkar, I guess) without any prior approval from the management, here comes another one from our legendary Mr. Mazhar Jamil.

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Karachi Fashion Week backstage by TIP students

The chock-a-block Karachi Fashion Week (KFW) successfully entered into its third day, after bagging a huge response from the international buyers here on Saturday.

The fashion presentations started with a slight delay, and contrary to the previous day, the hall was filled to capacity. The event bloomed with presentations of dresses designed by a group of Iqra University students, Anny Wear, Samar Mehdi, Fifth Avenue and Arslan & Yasir. It concluded with the fashion parade of MNS’s designs. Huma & Zara were the stylists for the day, Imran Qureshi as usual, was the choreographer, while back stage arrangements were finalised by Maida Qaiser and Textile Institute of Pakistan students.

Read the rest at the Daily Times.