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As per requirements of the Constitution; Pakistan Mathematical Society is organizing its Annual General Meeting (AGM) for electing ten members of the Executive Council. The AGM will be held on 16th Feburary  2019 at the Banquet Hall, Islamabad Club. Nominations for the five posts of President, Vice President, Secretary, Information Secretary, Treasurer and five posts of Executive members may please be sent to Dr. Danish Ali Sunny, Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Dr. Farkhanda Afzal, Department of Humanities & Basic Sciences, National University of Sciences and Technology (NUST), Military College of Signals, Rawalpindi and Dr. Amjad Hussain, Department of Mathematics, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad by 10th Feburary 2019. Please click here to download the nomination form for the election 2019.

PakMS the only mathematics NGO in Science and Technology

The Pakistan Council for Science and Technology has recently published its first book listing all the Non Governmental Organizations in Science and Technology in Pakistan. There are over 40,000 registered NGOs as well as a significant number of unregistered NGOs in Pakistan. PCST short-listed 680 NGOs on the basis of their activities. Only 115 NGOs were considered as having engaged in S & T. PakMS is the only mathematical organization that is amongst these 115. This is a yet another testimony of the legitimacy and the good performance of the Society..

PakMS Newsletters

PakMS publishes its quarterly newsletter every January, April, July, and October. It is distributed free of cost to its members, scientists, and relevant organizations. A soft copy of the newsletter is available at this website also. News items and articles of suitable length can be submitted for publication in the newsletters to Miss Ayesha Rafiq e-mail pak.m.s@hotmail.com.

Membership Fee

Currently, the annual membership fee of the Pakistan Mathematical Society is Rs 500.00. Membership is renewable by 31st December. Membership of those who are unable to pay by 31st January of the next year will be suspended and they will not be able to enjoy privileges of the membership until the membership fee is paid.

A member residing in Islamabad can pay the fee through cheques drawn in favour of PakMS and send them by post to Dr. Nasir Siddiqui, University of Engineering and Technology, Texila. Those residing elsewhere can pay either through the focal Representatives of the Society in the provincial capitals of the country or directly to the Treasurer of the Society.

National Seminars

The 36th National Seminar on Mathematics was held on 21st May 2015. Dr. Ilham Niaz, Assistant Professor of History, QAU, Islamabad delivered the seminar on "Learning from World History: Governance Patterns and the Future of South Asia". The seminar was arranged at the Seminar Hall, School of Politics and International Relations, QAU, Islamabad.

The 35th National Seminar on Mathematics was held on 30th April 2015. Prof Dr. Qudrat Ullah Khan, York University Toronto, Canada delivered the seminar on "Decision Making". The seminar was arranged at the Seminar Hall, School of Politics and International Relations, QAU, Islamabad.

PakMs organizes four national seminars on general topics in mathematics. These seminars are organized in January, April, July and October. Invitations, which include information about the little, are sent by post to all members of the Society and scientists residing in Islamabad and Rawalpindi.

Fund Raising 

The PakMS has received support from the Higher Education Commission, Pakistan Science Foundation, Pakistan Telecommunication Company Ltd and various sponsoring public and private universities so far. Their support has enabled the Society to have a profound impact on mathematics in Pakistan. In order to enhance its activities, the Society needs extra financial sources. Therefore PakMS requests individuals, corporations, or foundations for donations. PakMS has the unique status of a registered mathematical organization in Pakistan and therefore will issue official receipts for all donations received. 

20th International Pure Mathematics Conference 2019

The 20th International Pure Mathematics Conference 2019 (20th IPMC 2019), on Algebra, Analysis and Geometry, will be held in Islamabad from 23-25 August 2019. Those who are interested in participating in the conference are requested to visit the conference website: www.pmc.org.pk

Algebra Forum

Seminars on topics in advanced algebra, especially in advanced group theory and on popular topics in general mathematics are organised by Prof. Mushtaq's research group every Wednesday at 1:30 pm. All interested are welcome to join the activity. For further details, the Incharge Seminars Miss Ayesha Rafiq, may be reached through e-mail algebraforum@hotmail.com  

Reciprocity Agreements 

The Pakistan Mathematical Society has signed a reciprocity agreement with the Australian Mathematical Society and the Canadian Mathematical Society. 

International Mathematical Union 

The Pakistan Mathematical Society has now been linked with the International Mathematical Union. 

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