DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONSLAHORE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN UNIVERSITY, LAHORESELF-ASSESSMENT REPORTBSSubmitted toQuality Enhancement Cell,Lahore College for Women University, LahoreDated:Head of the Department:
T A B L EO FC O N T E N T SDescriptionCriterion 1: Program Mission, Objectives and OutcomesStandard 1.1.1Standard 1.1.2 (a&b)Standard 1.1.3Standard 1.1.4Standard 1.2Standard 1.3Standard 1.4Criterion 2: Curriculum Design and OrganizationStandard 2.1Standard 2.2Standard 2.3Standard 2.4Standard 2.5Standard 2.6Standard 2.7Criterion 3: Laboratories and Computing FacilitiesStandard 3.1Standard 3.2Standard 3.3Criterion 4: Student Support and AdvisingStandard 4.1Standard 4.2Page No.
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CRITERION 1: PROGRAM MISSION, OBJECTIVES AND OUTCOMESStandard 1-1: The program must have documented measurable objectives that supportcollege and institution mission statements. Document institution, college and program mission statements.MISSION STATEMENT OF THE DEPARTMENTThe mission of the department of International relations is to contribute in the field ofknowledge and research related to global affairs. Various courses are offered by the departmentto equip the students in the field of diplomacy and policy making. We strive to make studentsknow about politics and interstate relations. In this regard special focus is given on thecommunication and writing skills of students and their ability to analyze the changing eventsin International relations.The department is striving for enhancing and accelerating the capabilities and potentials ofstudents in all aspects of life. The department concentrates on making them more enriched andskilled for accepting real world challenges and contributing for the society. Department ofInternational relations also aims at increasing students’ confidence, determination, toleranceand assertiveness with knowledge so become well groomed skilled personnel. Department’sex-students have competed and are well placed in Civil Service, Education Department,NGO’s, research organizations etc.Mission Statement:“To attain academic excellence in the field of International relations and politics”BS International Relations (4 years degree program)Bachelor degree in International relations department prepares students to meet the global andnational challenges. Future leaders will need to balance the goals of economic success with theconstraints of greater social and political responsibility. Students are instructed by adistinguished faculty and learn to integrate changing human and information resources withcontinually developing technology.1.1.2 BS Program Objectives1. To develop understanding of politics and interstate
2. To develop conceptual clarity in order to make students think with objectivity andrationality3. To develop students with outstanding policy making and diplomatic skills, providingthem practical exposure, expertise in decision making, and a capacity for sustained hardwork.4. To encourage them to take responsibility for their own learning, to become activeparticipants and leaders, and to apply their knowledge in real-world context.5. As a responsible citizen of a state, to encourage them in community service andhumanitarian work.6.To educate them with the techniques of conflict management and resolution.Aligning program objectives of BS International Relations:1. The curriculum design is maintained in a way to accomplish desiredunderstanding level.2. Internship programs has been started to help students gain practical exposure.3. Class discussion and participation among students is promoted by involving themin case studies, academic activities and knowledge based competitions.4. Class presentations are assigned to students under their relevant subjects.5. Celebration of “Awareness weeks” has been started has been started in thedepartment. The department conducted “tolerance week” and” peace week” in theuniversity campus. In addition to it, UN prescribed internal days are also observedby the de[artment6. Seminars are arranged on current issues to broaden the vision of CY)(1)(2)(3)To achieve the 1) Regularassessment ofobjectivesstudentmentionedknowledgeaboveand ability tofollowingexhibitthemeasures areskill by )2)3)IMPROVEMENTMADE(CORRECTIVE &PREVENTIVEACTION)(5)Regularity 1) Attendance rulesof attendeesappliedmorerequiredstrictlyResearch2) Teachers trainingbasedand developmentteachingCourse/curriculumrevision to
i) Class comesmoduleofand make itLCWU ( Testmore workI, Test-II andbasedFinalTerm 4) Enhancingexamination)communicaii) ClassAs per coursetion skillsexercises requirement5) Guidancerelating toto studentsthe topicscovered.iii) Presentati As per courseonof requirementrelevanttopic(individual/Group)iv) Assignments1 pre mid-term,one post midterm.2) WrittenTwice duringexaminationeachsemester(MidTerm and FinalTerm)3) ResearchOnceduringreportfinal programsemesterpertaining topracticalproblem4) Teaching/Lea Once inrning Process semesterSurvey(teachers’evaluation bythe student)a ShortcomingsTeachers are intimatedas per survey the survey report whoidentifiedmake effort to improvewhich is monitored bynext survey
5) FacultySurvey FormOnce insemestera 1) More time All the improvementsto be spent identified have beenonthe implementedfollowingduringteaching:a) Workbasedscenariosb) Casestudiesc) Presentation bystudents2) Improvement in qualitya) Projectsb) Administrativesupportc) LibraryContent6) SuggestionAs and whenreceived from receivedstudentsthroughemails.7) StudentsQualityAssuranceAdvisorliaisonSteps have been takenup for computer labestablishment and tofurnish it with requiredfacilities./ -New Introductions1) EmployerSurveys:2) SurveyAdministrativeandpersonalproblems ofstudents---of ---Departmentoffering Ph.D.
3) FacultyOnce a yearResume1) Qualification-2) TrainingStandard 1.2: The program must have documented outcomes for graduating students. It mustbe demonstrated that the outcomes support the program objectives and that graduating studentsare capable of performing these outcomes.BS Program Outcomes1Students will have command over the core concepts of politics and internationalrelations, Globalization, foreign policy, diplomacy and strategic thinking.2Students will be able to gain employment opportunities in various fieldsincluding education department, civil services, foreign office, NGOs, researchorganizations and electronic and print media after getting equipped with finaldegree.3Students will have effective communication and strong interpersonal skills thatwill be helpful in establishing professionalism in them.4Students would be able to apply for higher studies within Pakistan and in foreignuniversities5Students would be able to apply their learned knowledge.6Students would be able to do research work on the contemporary issues ofinternational relations.7Students would be able to develop analytical thinking.
ProgramProgram OutcomesObjectives12341 2 3 4 5 6 Describe the means for assessing the extent to which graduates are performing thestated program outcomes/learning objectives.1. Conducting a survey of graduating seniors every semester. It’s done annually.2. Conduct a survey of alumni every two years. Career counseling department of LCWU to collect data.3. Conduct a survey of employers every two years. Nil.4. Carefully designed questions asked during senior project presentations.These questions should be related to program outcomes. Yes5. Outcome examinations. Evaluated, assesseddepartmental level and scrutinized for future improvements at theThe program outcomes are the byproducts of the program objectives and areinterrelated. An example of interrelation between the program objectives and theprogram outcomes is shown in the following table.ProgramObjectives123
1***2* *3***Legend: * Denotes Substantial Contribution to the objectives Denotes Moderate Contribution to the objectivesdenotes No Contribution to the objectivesStandard 1.3: The results of program’s assessment and the extent to which they are used toimprove the program must be documented.Actions taken on the basis of assessment: Syllabi revision Teachers training Faculty development Infrastructural development of the departmentStrengths of Department:i)The major strength of Department of International relations are the vibrant studentswho are visionary and active learners faculty members.ii)Culture of our department is equipped with teamwork and healthy workenvironment.iii)One of the strength of the department is our hardworking and competent students.iv)Departmental society of International Relations would be publishing its first studentmagazine, which would provide a plat form from research and development forstudentsWeaknesses of Department:
i)Enhancement of contents in library is required in terms of research journals.ii)The department is lacking research Centre and research students require access todigital library. Moreover, PhD resource persons are required in order to bring abouta positive change in the culture of department.iii)There is utter need to improve facilities like photocopier, computers for staff room,library, computer networking, and resource persons.Future Plans:Department plans to start MS program in International Relations. In addition to it, departmentalso plans to start associate degree program in the discipline of international relations which isencouraged by HEC as wellStandard 1.4: The department must assess its overall performance periodically usingquantifiable measures.1.4.1 Performance Measures:Table 3: No. of Students EnrolledProgramSessionNo. of 01927ii)Table 4: Student-Faculty RatioYears20152019/20162020/2017-No.of No. of Faculty Student-Faculty ratioStudentsMembers186 ( Total 558students inMinor 100)
2021/20182022iii)Table 5: No. of Students Passed OutProgramIV)Year20182017v)Passing out YearNo. of Students201832201744Table 6: Percentage of Honor Students & Attrition Rate%age of Honor StudentsAttrition RateCriteria: CGPA 3.75 and above (Admitted –pass out) *100AdmittedAll passed and about 40% 49-32/49 * 100 34.6students secured above CGPA3.7All passed and about 35% 64-44/44 * 100 31.25students secured above CGPA3.7Table 7: Faculty Training, Seminars and workshopsYear20172018No. Of Trainings, Seminars andworkshops65vi)Table 8: Number of PublicationsPapersPublished atNational&InternationalLevel
Year2017vii)Papers published1 Books in Library Above 3000 books and journals are available in departmental library of politicalscience, international relations and Pakistan studies.Research AreaThe Faculty is involved in research in the following areas:Pakistan Politics, Ethnicity, Foreign Policy, Federalism and Security studies, terrorism,militancy, insurgency, human rights and water politicsCollaborationsNilForeign resource person: Under HEC and DFDI of LCWU, students and faculty of departmentof international relations opted 2 week course on South Asia conducted by Dr. Anita Weiss,University of OregonCRITERION 2: CURRICULUM DESIGN AND ORGANIZATIONSCHEME OF STUDYBS (4-Year) International Relations2017-2021 onwardsSTRUCTURE OF SCHEME OF STUDYNature of CoursesNumbers of CourseCredits HoursCompulsory Courses (No choice)0618Compulsory Courses0204
Basic Course0206Foundation Courses0824Minor Courses form other discipline0618Major Courses1030Elective0927Internship/Research Report--06Total43133
International RelationsScheme of StudiesSESSION 2017-20211st yearSemester 1.Sr.NOCourse CodeTitleCreditHours1.CC/Eng-108Literary Reading and Grammar: Syntax3(3 0)2CC/IsI-101/Islamic Education/2(2 0)CC/Phil-101Ethics (For Non-Muslims)3CC/Stat-101Introduction to Statistics3(3 0)4Maj/IR-101Introduction to International Relations3(3 0)Sc- Introduction to Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)GROUP I5Min/Pol.101Min/MassCom-101Mass Communications (Minor)3(3 0)Introduction to Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)Microeconomics (Minor-II)3(3 0)GROUP II6Min/Pol.Sc101Min/Eco-101GROUP Pakistan(1857-1920) 3(3 0)
Min/Geog101Physical-Geography I(Minor)3(3 0)GROUP IV8Min/Pol.Sc101Min/Geog101Introduction to Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)Physical-Geography I(Minor II) /Min /Gen.st101Introduction to Gender Studies-I(Minor II)(Minor-II Choose Any One)Total Credit Hours17Semester II.Sr.NOCourse CodeTitleCreditHours1.CC/Eng-109Basic Study and Writing Skills3(3 0)2CC/PS-101Pakistan Studies (Compulsory)2(2 0)3EC/CS-201Introduction to Computer3(3 0)4Maj/IR-102Theories of International relations3(3 0)GROUP I5Min/Pol.102Sc- Introduction to Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)
Min/MassCom-102Mass Communication (Minor)3(3 0)Fundamentals of Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)Macro Economics (Minor-II)3(3 0)GROUP II6Min/Pol.Sc102Min/Eco-102GROUP Pakistan(1921-1947) 3(3 0)3(3 0)Min/Geog102Physical Geography II(Minor)GROUP IV8Min/Pol.Sc102Min/Geog102Fundamentals of Political Science (Minor-I)3(3 0)Physical-Geography II(Minor) /3(3 0)Min/GDS-102Introduction to Gender Studies-II(Minor)(Minor-II Choose Any One)
Total Credit Hours172nd yearSemester III.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.CC/Eng204English Verse and Communication Skills I3(3 0)2Maj/IR-201Foreign Policy of Pakistan-I3(3 0)3Maj/IR-202Diplomacy3(3 0)4Maj/IR-203French Language (Level-I) General3(3 0)5Maj/IR-204International Organizations3(3 0)GROUP I6Min/Pol. Sc- The Comparative Constitutions Developed201Mass Communication (Minor)3(3 0)Min/MassCom-201(Choose Any One)GROUP II7Min/Pol.Sc201Min/Eco-201The Comparative Constitutions Developed3(3 0)Mathematical Economics
(Choose Any One)GROUP III8Min/Pak.St201Min/Geog201Concept of Society & Culture3(3 0)Geography (Minor)(Choose Any One)GROUP IV9Min/Pol.Sc201Min/Geog-201Min/GDS-201The Comparative Constitutions DevelopedGeography (Minor)/Gender Studies (Minor)3(3 0)(Choose Any One)Total Credit Hours182nd yearSemester IV.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.CC/Eng205Communication Skills II3(3 0)2Maj/IR-205Foreign Policy of Pakistan-II3(3 0)3Maj/IR-206Diplomatic History 1914-19453(3 0)4Maj/IR-207Approaches to International Relations3(3 0)5Maj/IR-208Regional Organizations
GROUP I6Min/Pol.202Min/ComSc- The Comparative Constitutions DevelopingMassMass Communication (Minor)3(3 0)(Choose Any One)-202GROUP II7Min/Pol.Sc202The Comparative Constitutions DevelopingMin/Eco-202Economics of Pakistan (Minor)3(3 0)(Choose Any One)GROUP III8Min/Pak.st202- Pakistan Society and Culture (Minor)Min/Geog202Geography (Minor)3(3 0)(Choose Any One)GROUP IV9Min/Pol.Sc202Min/Geog202The Comparative Constitutions DevelopingGeography (Minor)/3(3 0)Min/GDS-202Gender Studies (Minor)
(Choose Any One)Total Credit Hours183rd yearSemester V.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.Maj/IR-301Diplomatic History (1945-1990)3(3 0)2Maj/IR-302International Law-I (Law of Peace)3(3 0)3Maj/IR-303Globalization & International Relations3(3 0)4EC/IR-301US Foreign Policy Towards South Asia3(3 0)5EC/IR-302Arms race & Disarmament3(3 0)Total Credit Hours15Semester VI.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.Maj/IR-304Research Methodology3(3 0)2Maj/IR-305International Law-II (Laws of war)3(3 0)3Maj/IR-306Global Issues During Post-Cold War Era3(3 0)4EC/IR-303International Financial Regimes3(3 0)5EC/IR-304Area Studies: America3(3 0)Total Credit Hours4th yearSemester VII15
.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.Maj/IR-401Foreign Policy of Major Powers-I3(3 0)2Maj/IR-402Strategic Doctrines in International Relations3(3 0)3EC/IR-401Issues of Muslim World3(3 0)4EC/IR-402Foreign Policy Analysis3(3 0)5EC/IR-403Conflict & Conflict Resolution3(3 0)15Total Credit HoursSemester VIII.Sr.NO CourseCodeTitleCreditHours1.Maj/IR-403Foreign Policy of Major Powers-II3(3 0)2Maj/IR-404Dissertation/Internship*06(6 0)3EC/IR-404Terrorism and Counter Terrorism3(3 0)4EC/IR-405Politics of Indian Ocean3(3 0)15Total Credit HoursTotal Hours: 17 17 18 18 15 15 15 15 133 Credit hours* Internship is offered in 7th Semester.Standard 2.1: The curriculum must be consistent and supports the program’s documentedobjectives and outcomes.Courses vs. Program Objectives:Coursesobjectives.vs.123
CC/Eng-101 X CC/Maths 101/CC/Stat-101 CC/Isl-101Maj/ IR-101CC/Eng-201 Maj/ IR-201 Maj/ IR-202 Maj/ IR-203 Maj/ IR-204 CC/Eng-202X Maj/ IR -205 Maj/ IR -206 Maj/ IR -207 Maj/ IR -208 EC/- IR -301 EC/ IR -302 Maj/ - IR 301 Maj/ IR -302 Maj/ IR -303 EC/ IR -303 EC/ IR -304 Maj/ IR -304 Maj/ IR -305 Maj/ IR -306
EC/ IR - 401 EC/ IR- 402 EC/ IR -403 Maj/ IR -401 Maj/ IR -402 EC/ IR -404 EC/ IR -405 Maj/ IR -403 Maj/ IR -404 Standard2.2:Theoretical background, problems analysis and solution design must be stressed within theprogram’s core materialName of mar: SyntaxIslamic Education/(for Non- Muslims)NatureCoursesOf NumbersCourse(No Compulsory06courses(Nochoice)andof Credits Hours16EthicsPak-StudyEnglishVerseandCommunication Skills 1Compulsory coursesCompulsorycourses0206Basic courseBasic courses0206
Foundation courseFoundationcourses0824 Introductionto Minor courses 06Political Science fromother(Minor 1)disciplines18 MassCommunication(Minor) IntroductiontoPolitical science(Minor I) Microeconomics(Minor II) IdeologicalFoundationsofPakistan (18571920) (Minor 1) PhysicalGeography1(Minor) IntroductiontoPolitical Science(Minor 1) PhysicalGeography(Minor II)1 IntroductiontoGender Studies 1(Minor II) The ComparativeConstitutionsDeveloped MassCommunication(Minor)
The ComparativeConstitutionsDeveloped MathematicalEconomics Concept of Societyand Culture Geography(Minor) The ComparativeConstitutionsDeveloped Geography(Minor) Gender(Minor)Studies IntroductionInternationalRelationsto Major courses Foreign PolicyPakistan -Iof Diplomacy InternationalOrganizations Foreign PolicyPakistan II Diplomatic1914-1945 ApproachesInternationalRelationsofHistoryto1030
RegionalOrganizations Foreign PolicyMajor Powers 1of Strategic Doctrine earch Report--06TOTAL43133Standard 2.3: The curriculum must satisfy the core requirements for the program, as specifiedby the respective accreditation body.All the courses are in align with course book let of Higher education commission, Pakistan. Inaddition to it, all course content has been approved by the departmental board of studies. Dueto the nature of the subject, the course content is also revised as per need. %20relations%202012-13.pdfStandard 2.4: The curriculum must satisfy the major requirements for the program as specifiedby the respective accreditation body.The curriculum satisfies major requirements of the programs per approval of board of studies.Standard 2.5: The curriculum must satisfy general education, arts, and professional and otherdiscipline requirements for the program, as specified by the respective accreditationbody/council.The curriculum satisfies general education disciplines requirements. The programs andcurriculum has the approval of Board of Studies and Lahore College for Women University.Standard 2.6: Information technology component of the curriculum must be integratedthroughout the program.The information technology components are present in most of the courses.
Standard 2.7: Oral and written communication skills of
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