TFT student won different awards at the 3rd Lyallpur Art and Literature Festival 2015
Professor Dr. Taimur-ul-Hassan 's research article has been published in HEC approved journal 'Pakistan Vision.'
Governor Punjab Chaudhary Muhammad Sarwar has given Best Teacher Award to Prof. Dr. Taimur ul Hassan of SMC. The award has been instituted by Nai Baat Newspaper Organization to honor individuals who have made valuable contribution to their respective fields.
Alizeb Raees, a final year student of Theater, Film & Television Department at Beaconhouse National University was invited to attend the International Development Youth Forum in Japan, from March 9-16, 2014.
The International Development Youth Forum is an annual forum where young leaders from all around the world gather to find solutions for international developmental issues though creativity and innovation. Alizeb was among the 50 selected participants out of 800 applicants who got selected for this forum. He received a scholarship on the basis of his ideas and vision for addressing development related issues.
During his seven days visit in Japan, Alizeb presented his final group project at Meiji University in front of veterans of innovative development. This is not the first time that Alizeb has received international exposure on the basis of his talent. The young filmmaker has previously represented BNU at London International Documentary Festival and Offscreen Expeditions in UK and CinemadaMare in Italy.
The Department of Theatre, Film and Television (TFT) at School of Media and Communications (SMC), BNU organized film screening of its graduating batch on Saturday, 6 December 2014 at Alhamra Arts Council, Lahore. Twelve short films and documentaries were screened at the event which was well-attended by BNU students, faculty and general film enthusiasts.
Vice Chancellor BNU, Mr. Shahid Hafiz Kardar was the chief guest on the occasion. While addressing the audience, he appreciated the work of TFT students and said that we need young filmmakers who can raise different issues concerning the society. Head of Department of Theatre, Film and Television, Dr. Asghar Nadeem Syed also praised the effort of students and said that they have made BNU proud by making such wonderful films. Also present on the occasion were actress, playwright and director of social theatre Madeeha Gauhar; award-winner Pakistani journalist, playwright, screen writer, theatre and television director and a human rights activist Shahid Nadeem; filmmaker Bilal Lashari and other prominent personalities from the world of films, theater and television.
Yasmeen Aftab Ali, a member of Faculty at the School of Media and Mass Communication (SMC), Beaconhouse National University has been nominated as a member of the task force for the Standing Committee on Information and Broadcasting of the National Assembly of Pakistan to review, suggest amendments and redraft new media laws for Pakistan.
Yasmeen Aftab Ali is a communication professional, lawyer, academic and political analyst. She has authored a book titled ‘A Comparative Analysis of Media & Media Laws in Pakistan’ which has been accepted as a Reference Book on the subject by Harvard University Law Library. She writes a weekly column for ‘Pakistan Today’ and also contributes to Express Tribune. Yasmeen’s columns and articles have been published in The Nation, Asia Times and various other national and international publications. She has been a part of BNU since 2004, teaching courses of Media & Media Laws in Pakistan, Media in Democratic Society, and Principles of Advertising.