We are people of different countries, faiths and races living in harmony and friendship. We work together and try to learn the secret of fellowship and peace. We hope our lives may be more useful and this spirit of helpfulness will enrich the province in which we live to the greater glory of God" 
- Rev R. H. Noble, Former Principal, Edwardes College

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Department of Social Work PDF Print E-mail

The social work profession owes its existence to the concept of social welfare which came into existence with the emergence of Pakistan as an independent state in 1947. The sources of welfare activities are inherent in the constitution of Pakistan according to which the government has adopted social welfare programme at national and provincial levels in the fields of education and health and the special needs of socially, economically and psychologically disabled people.

Social work orientates the professional activities towards the needy, helping them to develop solutions in the context of continuum of strengths and needs. Social work practice has several functional characteristics, which are:

? The utilization of generic practice processes to organize work with the client.
? The viewing of the clients situation in context
? Building on a client?s strengths and on resources in his/her environment
? The Involvement of client systems as partners in collaborative effort, directed towards change.

Social work is:
a) Solution orientated
b) Integrative in relation to practice, policy and research.

Social work?s goal is to enhance people?s capabilities and capacities to resolve problems, cope with situations and function more effectively.


? Enhance the social functioning of individuals, families and, groups, via organization and committees.
? Link client systems with needed resources.
? Improve the operation of the social services delivery network
? Promote social justice through development policy.

Social work is a social science because it deals directly with human beings helping them in their social relationships for better adjustment.

Edwardes College Peshawar realized the importance and need for the social work profession in the social and cultural context of Pakistan and particularly in the North West Frontier Province of Pakistan and introduces social work as a subject at undergraduate level from September 2001.

Students take a keen interest in social work education at undergraduate level and have shown good results and have attained outstanding positions at University level. After graduating students then opt for a masters degree in social work and continue with their professional career in social work and social welfare in both the government and non-government sector.


Lecturer Mr Atif Bhatti



Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 09:59
Department of Political Science / Pakistan Studies / Civics PDF Print E-mail

The Department of Political Science offers a two years degree course in Political Science and International Relations and a two year course in Civics at Intermediate level. After doing the B.A students may do a Masters in Political Science/International Relations or sit for competitive examinations such as the Central Superior Science exams (C.S.S) or the Provincial Central Sciences (P.C.S) examinations. Pakistan Studies covers various aspects of Pakistani culture and history.



Political Science

Assistant Prof. Zahoor Khan
M.Sc. (Islamabad), MA (Islamabad)

Assistant Prof. Abid Abbas Khan
MA (Peshawar)

Pakistan Studies

Lecturer Ms Nadia Basheer
Head of Department

Lecturer Mr Gohar Ali Shah

Lecturer Mr Sareer Khan

Lecturer Mr Hamid Husssain


Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 15:14
Department of Law PDF Print E-mail

Law plays a vital role in all aspects of national life and in the routine work of every institution ? including educational ones. The law department teaches both Islamic and international jurisprudence within the Bachelor of Arts degree and also legal and regulatory frameworks as part of the Master of Business Administration degree, though this comes under the aegis of the Department of Professional Studies. Plans exist for the introduction of a Bachelor of Law (LLB) degree. There are also some short courses in law, and student visits to local law courts and the Supreme Court in Islamabad


Associate Prof. Shujat Ali Khan
Head of Department
L.L.B. (Peshawar)
Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:58
Department of Economics PDF Print E-mail

Economics studies the manner in which societies allocate scarce resources between competing claims on their use both now and in the future. Students are equipped to understand the basic tools, concepts and techniques of the subject, to identify problems, predict outcomes and evaluate polices.


Assistant Prof. Muhammad Jamshed Khan
MA. (Peshawar), MIT (Gomal)
Head of Department

Lecturer Ms Aqsa Yasir 
MA (Peshawar)


Assistant Prof. Abdul Mudassar
M.Sc. (Peshawar)

Last Updated on Wednesday, 29 January 2014 11:17
Department of Statistics PDF Print E-mail

Statistics is the branch of science which deals with methods used in the collection, presentation, analysis and interpretation of data. It can be used in virtually every field of study and research ? economics, the natural sciences, medicine, business studies, for example.

At Edwardes College statistics is taught at Intermediate and degree levels (both BA and BSc). It is also an integral part of Computer Science, Higher National and MBA courses. The collection and analysis of statistical data form part of the syllabi of both the University of Peshawar courses and those of the Board of Intermediate and Secondary Education (BISE). Statistics occupies a separate section in the library, and there are plans to set up a statistics laboratory in 2008.


Associate Prof. Noor Muhammad Khan
Head of Department
M.Sc. (Dara Ismael Khan)

Associate Prof. Shahid Salim
M.Sc. (Peshawar)

Lecturer Ms Shumaila Ehtisham
M.Sc. (Peshawar)

Last Updated on Tuesday, 11 February 2014 11:27
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