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Alumni 2018-03-04T14:34:32+00:00
 


STUDENT NAME

 

PhD/MSc(Hons) THESIS TITLE
Muhammad Bilal Shakoor PhD Speciation and remediation of arsenic-contaminated water using agriculture and food-industry solid wastes as biosorbents
Zahid Mahmood MSc(Hons) Removal of Arsenic from Water Using Natural and Goethite-Coated Watermelon Rind Waste
Mehwish Jabeen MSc(Hons) Biosorption of Arsenic from Contaminated Water Using Chemically Modified Wheat Straw
Fakhra Sharif MSc(Hons) Effect of Xanthation on Biosorption of Arsenic from Contaminated Water by Corn Cob Waste
Muhammad Aamer Hussain MSc(Hons) Influence of biochar on soil arsenic(V) and chromium(VI) bioavailability to canola (Brassica napus L.)
Tariq Mehmood MSc(Hons) Effect of compost on the phytoavailability of arsenic to Zea mays L. grown in contaminated soils with contrasting texture
Abaid-ur-Rehman Nasir MSc(Hons) Sorption potential of sugarcane bagasse for the remediation of chromium-contaminated water
Muhammad Abid MSc(Hons) Sorption potential of orange peel for the remediation of arsenic contaminated water
Bushra Huma MSc(Hons) Sorption potential of goethite and magnetite for the removal of arsenic from contaminated water
Ayesha Fatima MSc(Hons) Effect of phosphate application on the bioavailability of arsenic to Brassica napus L. and Brassica juncia L. grown in arsenic contaminated soil
Umair Riaz MSc(Hons) Effect of soil texture and minerology on the phytoavailibility of potassium to maize (Zeamays.L)
Muhammad Faheem MSc(Hons) Sorption potential of banana (Musa Paradisiaca L.) peel for the removal of cadmium and lead from contaminated water
Yasir Ghafoor MSc(Hons) Sorption potential of organo-clay and banana peel for the remediation of chromium-contaminated water
Anam Ashraf MSc(Hons) Biosorption of Arsenic from Contaminated Water by Chemically Modified Sugarcane Bagasse
Mahwish Mahmood MSc(Hons) Removal of Arsenic from Aqueous Solutions by Acid-Activated Rice Husk and Sawdust
Hafiz Muhammad Ibrahim Farooq MSc(Hons) Removal of Arsenic from Water by Using Natural and Akaganéite-Coated Water Chestnut Shell as a Biosorbent