The purpose of the Research Council is to identify and recommend those baseline policies that will be applicable to the research endeavors of the faculty. Specifically it will be address the following:

  1. To advocate for and to promote research culture at LUMS
  2. To develop standardised policies and guidelines to promote quality research
  3. To serve as an advisory group to the Vice Chancellor and other members of the administration including Deans, in the areas related to research
  4. To act as a University Standing Committee in reviewing and recommending new research policies and changes in existing ones
  5. To prepare a brief, written report on the year's activities of the Council at the end of each academic year and to submit copies of the report to the Vice Chancellor of the University and to the Faculty Council

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