The mission of the School is to provide high quality education based on modern scientific teaching and research techniques and to produce highly trained scientists in the various disciplines to meet the ever growing challenges of a dynamic world in the pure sciences and to offer practical solutions to problems affecting humanity in applied sciences.
The school forms one of the thirteen (13) schools of the university and has a student population approximately 2000.
Structure of the School:
The School is headed by a Dean who coordinates the following 8 teaching departments each headed by a Chairman. The 8 departments are listed in the table below:
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SEMINAR: PHYSICS WITH ATLAS AT THE LHC 2018
Every Wednesday, in lab 2, from 11.00 to 1.00 pm. All researchers (post graduate students) , in Physics Department, are scheduled to be giving a seminar on their research findings or progress report information.
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