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Closure of institution on account of positive Covid-19 cases
Monday, November 15, 2021
The college is closed on account of positive COVID 19 cases till further intimation.

Iqbal Day Celebration 2021
Tuesday, November 9, 2021
Iqbal Day was celebrated in the college on 9th November, 2021. A vibrant program was organised in the college auditorium to mark the occasion. The program started with recitation of the Holy Quran by Mahnoor Zafar of 2nd year followed by rendition of Iqbal's devotional verse 'Khudi ka Sirr e Nihan La Ilaha' by Izza Yasir. Maryam Munaf of BS Psychology recited Iqbal's timeless tribute to the Prophet PBUH 'Loh bhi tu Kalam bhi tu, tera wajood al kitaab'. The presenter of the program shed light on the dynamic personality of Dr. Allama Muhammad Iqbal, his influential and magnetic verse and his incomparable contribution to the Pakistan Movement. Kalaam e Iqbal 'Tujhe Yaad Kia Nahi hai' by Fareeha Awan of 2nd year, 'Undlas ke Maidan mein Tariq k Dua' by Dua Fatima of 1st year and 'Shikwa , Jawab e Shikwa' by a duo of second year students revived Iqbal's message and warmed the hearts of the audience. Further, Hajra Nayab and group presented tableau on 'Ya Rubb Dil e Muslim'. Aleena Rao of 1st year expounded on the philosophy and poetic message of Iqbal with special reference to Iqbal's Islamic thought and vision. Wania of 1st year performed on Iqbal's famous poem Iblees and Fareeha Awan of 2nd year delivered 'La Phir Ik baar Vohi Bada o Jam aye Saki'. Madam Rabia Kiyani of Persian department presented Iqbal's Persian kalaam. A tableau on Labb pe Ati hai Dua closed the stimulating program. Incharge Students' Council Madam Ghazala Ishtiaq and Principal Professor Rakhshanda Manzoor addressed the audience and emphasized the relevance of Iqbal's message to the young generation. The program ended on national anthem.

Semester Calendar for BS and ADP FALL 2021
Monday, November 1, 2021

Black Day (Kashmir Solidarity Day) 27th October 2021
Wednesday, October 27, 2021
A program was organized in the college auditorium to mark the Black Day of Kashmir on 27th October, 2021. The program started with recitation of verses from the Holy Quran and Naat e Rasool. Madam Arifa Sameen of Urdu department dedicated her poem Khawab Murtay Nahi to the freedom struggle of Kashmiris. English speech by Faiza Younas of 2nd year and Urdu speech by Tehreem Gardezi of 2nd year emphasised the atrocities being faced by the people of Kashmir. Fareeha Awan of BS sang the timeless Kashmiri song Munn de Mauj and Izza Ali Yasir of 2nd year rendered the poignant song Anso'un k Zabaan in her melodious voice. Maha Chaudhry paid rich tribute to the Kashmiri freedom fighters in her recitation of the poem Shaheed e Kashmir. Madam Samina Rahim of Urdu department delivered a note on the phenomenal sacrifice of Shaheed e Kashmir Maqbool Butt and recited Ahmed Faraz's famous poetic tribute to Maqbool Butt. Evocative paintings and posters using art as a medium to express solidarity with Kashmir cause were displayed outside the hall. The program ended on national anthem sung by a group of 2nd year students.

Mehfil-e-Milad un Nabi (P. B. U. H)
Friday, October 22, 2021
Mehfil e Milad un Nabi SAW was arranged in the college on 22nd October, 2021. The event started with Quran Khawani in the college auditorium at 8:30 a.m. Faculty and students recited the Holy Quran. Mehfil e Naat followed the recitation of the Holy Quran. Soulful naats rendered in melodious voices warmed the hearts of the gathering. The celebration carried a note of reverence and devotion.

Calligraphy competition in connection with Rahmatul lil Alameen week 2021
Thursday, October 14, 2021
The Fine Arts department organized a calligraphy competition in connection with Rahmatul lil Alameen Week 2021. 20 students participated in the competition and showcased their artistic flair. Winners of Calligraphy Contest 1st Position- Aleena Lateef & Wareesha Sami 2nd Position- Mahnoor Ahmed 3rd Position- Seemal Altaf & Faiza Younas 4th Position- Maham Khalid

Urdu and English Speeches in connection with Rahmatul lil Alameen week 2021
Wednesday, October 13, 2021
Urdu and English Speech screening contests were held in the college on 13th October, 2021 in connection with Rahmatul lil Alameen Week 2021. Participants from various ICT girls colleges highlighted the Prophet's status as the supreme model of goodness, righteousness, mercy and kindness for humanity. Winners of Urdu Speech Contest First Position -Tehreem Gardezi IMCG (PG) F-7/2 Second Position- Maryam Khalid, IMCG I-8/4 Winners of English Speech Contest 1st Position- Faiza Younas , IMCG (PG) F-7/2 2nd Position- Anzala Eman IMCG F-8/1 A Quiz on the topic 'The Life of the Holy Prophet PBUH' was also part of today's activities. Washal Umer of IMCG (PG) F-7/2 was declared the winner of the quiz competition. English Essay Writing competition was held off the hall. Position holders of English Essay Writing Competition 1st Position- Aira Kashif , 2nd Year A 2nd Position- Sajal Ahmed, 2nd Year J 3rd Position- Asma Riaz ,2nd Year H

Seminar on Seerat e Nabi 2021
Tuesday, October 12, 2021
A seminar on Seerat un Nabi (SAW) was held in the college auditorium on 12th October, 2021. Dr. Hafiz Sajjad graced the occasion and talked about the life and teachings of the beloved Prophet PBUH. He narrated incidents from the Prophet's life with a special focus on his kindness, respect and affection for women. He explained that Muslim women were active and valued members of society in the Prophet's times and during the golden era of Islam. Dr. Hafiz Sajjad also talked about the importance of the rights of parents in Islam and the Prophet's teachings regarding kindness towards the parents.

Qirat and Naat Competition in connection with Rahmatul lil Alameen week 2021
Monday, October 11, 2021
A Qirat and Naat screening contest was held on 11th October, 2021 in the college auditorium for the upcoming FBISE Intra board competitions being organised in connection with the Rahmatul lil Alameen week 2021. Students from various ICT girls colleges participated in the competition. Position Holders of Qirat Contest 1st Position -Momina Kiyani , IMCG (PG) F-7/2 2nd Position -Khawlah Ahmed , IMCG (PG) Margalla F7/4 3rd Position - Ayesha Farooq , IMCG I8/4 Position holders of Naat Contest 1st Position- Arzoo Mahmood, IMCG ( PG) Margalla F7/4 2nd Position- Warda , IMCG (PG) F-7/2 3rd Position- Saeeda Anum Gilani, IMCG Barakahu

Tree Plantation Ceremony 2021
Friday, August 27, 2021
As part of the tree plantation drive, 16 saplings were planted in the college today. A small tree plantation ceremony was held in the college lawns. The first tree was planted by the Principal Professor Rakhshanda Manzoor. Afterwards, Vice Principal Madam Shabana Tabassum, senior staff members and HODs of various departments of the college planted saplings. Among the trees that were planted are Guava , Jamun, Apricot, Peach and orange trees.

Independence Day Flag Hoisting Ceremony 2021
Saturday, August 14, 2021
On 14th August, 2021, a flag hoisting ceremony was held in the college lawn. Principal Prof. Rakhshanda Manzoor hoisted the national flag and the national anthem of Pakistan was played. Madam Aisha Madni of Islamic Studies department led the prayer for the growth and prosperity of the homeland. Afterwards, Principal Madam Rakhshanda Manzoor planted a tree to mark the auspicious occasion of the 75th Independence Day of the country. Vice Principal Madam Shabana Tabassum also planted a sapling. The Principal and Vice Principal of the college were accompanied by the HODs of all departments of the college for the tree plantation ceremony. The tree plantation ended with a short prayer by the assembly.

Independence Day Celebrations 2021
Friday, August 13, 2021
The Independence Day celebrations in IMCG (PG) F-7/2 started on 13th August, 2021 with a soul warming Quran khawani. Students and staff members recited the Holy Quran with fervour and prayed for the prosperity of the country. Afterwards, the Independence Day programme started formally in the college ground with beautiful Qirat by Qari Younus followed by a melodious naat rendered by Maryam Munaaf of BS Psychology. Ms. Samina Rahim, HOD Urdu department, recited a poem by Prof. Haidri reliving the moments when the nation tasted the sweet nectar of independence for the first time. Fareeha Awan of BS Islamiat warmed the audience into the spirit of Independence day celebrations by singing a melodious national song. Mr. Anjum Zia, Personal Assistant to the Principal, shared his views about the creation and future of Pakistan. Teachers of Psychology Department expressed their love and devotion to their motherland through the timeless national song ' Ye Watan Tumhara hai '. HOD of Pakistan Studies Department Madam Naira Qadeer shed some much needed light on the history of the freedom struggle lead by Quaid e Azam, his constitutional, non - violent movement, his phenomenal leadership qualities and the creation of Pakistan. Incharge Student Council Madam Ghazala warmed the hearts of the audience with a national song followed by the rendition of 'Sohni Dharti' by Maryam Munaaf of BS Psychology. A small quiz organised by the Pakistan Studies Department tested the audience's knowledge of the history of Pakistan. Ayesha Hijazi and others of BS Psychology presented a colourful tableau to the accompaniment of a lively national song. In the end, respected Principal Madam Rakhshanda Manzoor congratulated all on the 75th Independence Day of Pakistan. The function ended with the national anthem of Pakistan.