UO’s Zoology and Law departments conduct collaborative research

Published on June 28, 2022 by    ·(TOTAL VIEWS 97)      No Comments

Okara (UNP / Sheikh Nadeem Sheraz)
The University of Okara’s Department of Zoology and School of Law collaborated to conduct a research titled as “Punjab Wildlife (Protection, Preservation, Conservation and Management) Act 1974, Bottlenecks and Way Forward’. The study was supervised by the Chairperson, Institute of Pure & Applied Zoology (IPAZ), Prof Dr Muhammad Wajid, Assistant Professor of Zoology, Dr Manzoor Ahmad and Assistant Professor of Law, Sohail Asghar.
Commenting on the objectives and nature of this research, Prof Wajid told, “This transdisciplinary collaboration is the first of its kind in the academic history of Pakistan. We are keen to enhance the collaborative research culture in the country and collect important data that will, in the long run, help the wildlife authorities for the conservation of the endangered species of animals.”
The supervisors of the study vowed to further broaden the spectrum of this collaboration and conduct more researches on various laws and acts that were meant for the protection and growth of animals in Pakistan.

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