COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), Wah Campus is actively involved in public service and outreach. Following is a summary of few public service activities organized by the institute.
The students of Bazm-e-Adab Society under the supervision Dr. Akmal Javaid, Incharge Student Affairs and Ms. Sana Dar, Lecturer, Department of Management Sciences attended the Seminar/Lecture organized by the Gandhara Historical and Cultural Society, Taxila on October 10, 2021. The Chief Guest, a famous television actor Syed Jamal Shah former Director-General, Pakistan National Council of the Arts, President of the Society, Mr. Zia ud Din (A renowned scholar of Taxila History and Language) and the Director of the Society, Prof. Rashid Khan welcomed the guests and shared the history and importance of Gandhara Art ,Languages and Culture. They further talked on the aims, objectives, and functions of the society.
The students from CUI Wah Campus also participated in the Cultural Show and were applauded by the guests /participants on their performance. At the end Mr. Jamal Shah, appreciated the efforts of Gandhara Historical and Cultural Society Taxil and presented books to the Dr Akmal Javaid and Ms. Sana Dar.
The Azadi Tree Plantation drive was inaugurated at COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), Wah Campus by the Director Campus, Prof. Dr. Muhammad Abid on August 20, 2021. The Director Campus planted Eucalyptus at the backside of the Mechanical Engineering Block and Alstonia at the Campus Site, New City Phase-II. Heads of the Departments also planted trees.
Large number of faculty and staff members participated to make this campaign successful, Green & Clean by planting trees. The University has planned to plant a large number of trees of different species during this monsoon season in the Campus, Campus Site at New City, Phase-II and vicinity.
A blood donation camp was arranged by CUI Wah Campus for the collection of donations for the Pakistan Red Crescent Society (PRCS) to facilitate patients of COVID -19 pandemic on March 2, 2021. More than 90 bags of rare blood groups were donated by the students, faculty and staff members of CUI Wah Campus for serving humanity.