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Workshops


A workshop is a period of discussion or practical work on a particular subject in which a group of people share their knowledge or experience. Workshops are also sometimes more diverse in terms of attendees than other events. You'll find people from different departments and fields attending workshops together, and you may find non-academics such as journalists or people in business will attend too. The best workshops have a specific, action-oriented purpose, and aim to generate some concrete answers to current problems in the field. Workshops are a good opportunity to learn new skills and to familiarise yourself with a topic you don't know well.

At Knowledge University (KNU) we continuously provide workshops throughout the academic year. These workshops are vital engagement sources for our academic community and the regional market. The workshops at KNU are organised and arranged by the Centre for Academic Research, Training, and Activities (CART). A list of all our Workshops is provided on their website. 

The DAQA is responsible to monitor the quality of these workshops. 

This page explains the MHE regulation a Workshop is defined as an academic activity where all attendees are actively involved with the topic and there are at least 20 people attending the session. This can be in the form of question-based, group-based and task-based activities throughout the session.

Kindly, follow the guidelines below to organise workshop:
  1. The workshop should be submitted by proposal from colleges to CART for approval first.
  2. There should be a KNU Decree "Farman" issued before the registration of the workshop.
  3. The announces for the workshop should be made at least 30 days before the workshop date.
  4. You need to type the Farman date and note in the Workshop Registration Form.