Innovation and applied research imperative for social reformation: Experts



STAFF REPORT ISB: Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) held a two-day conference entailing eminent social scientists from all over the country to deliberate for social reformation and identify areas of improvement in research and academia in order to strengthen the foundations of the society.

The members underlined the need of improvement in the field of sociologies. They called for laying more prominent spotlight on research hypotheses. Interpretative strategies ought to likewise be considered alongside the factual models and that Social Scientists need attention to worldwide patterns.

Dr Shahid Siddiqui, Vice Chancellor, AIOU called for investigating new avenues and choices for tending to social issues through applicable examination based exercises. The examination, he said ought to be indigenous and nearby in nature for advancement of solid society at grass-root level. He additionally highlighted the activities taken by the AIOU amid the most recent year for advancing examination based study applicable to the general public in scholarly projects.

Dr Javed Ashraf, Vice Chancellor, Quaid e Azam University was also present on the event. He focused on the need of limit building of social researchers and expanded that the mastery in this field are very required as a result of rising needs and daunting socio-economic challenges.


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