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  • Alumni Page on NUST website revamped
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • NUST Alumni Association (NAA) will be a non-profit organization which shall work for the unification of NUST alumni, the University, students and its faculty
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • Mode of working for each Association/Chapter will be independent but connected to the NAA through the Governing Board (GB)NAA will be independently run and managed by the GB
  • It’s a privilege and honor of a lifetime to stand in a room shared by NUST Alumni. This is the beginning of our relationship on a shared platform and across the years you’re going to see a lot more of this kind of relationship. We are just getting started.”
  • NAA Presentation

    1. 1. 1
    2. 2. AGENDA• NUST Alumni Association – Background – Problems faced – Objectives• Key Alumni Initiatives• NAA Constitution & Policy Document• Structure of NAA Governing Board• Programmes Of NAA• Alumni Benefit Card• The Road ahead 2
    3. 3. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 3
    4. 4. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 Military College of Signals HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 4
    5. 5. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 Military College of Engineering HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 5
    6. 6. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 College of Electrical & Mechanical Engineering HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 6
    7. 7. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 Army Medical College HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 7
    8. 8. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 College Of Aeronautical Engineering HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 8
    9. 9. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 Pakistan Naval Engineering College HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 9
    10. 10. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 NUST Established HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 10
    11. 11. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 Charter Awarded HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 11
    12. 12. 1947 1948 1957 1966 1967 1977 1991 1993 2008 H-12 Campus Established HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE 12
    13. 13. EXISTING ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONS• CE&ME• MCS• PNEC• AMC• NBS• SEECS 13
    14. 14. ALUMNI STRENGTH PG Graduates, 2,359 15,000TOTAL GRADUATES UG Graduates, 12,000 14
    15. 15. 15
    16. 16. PARTICIPATION ISSUESAlumni DocumentationGeographical Dispersion 16
    17. 17. PARTICIPATION ISSUESAlumni Commitment 17
    18. 18. PARTICIPATION ISSUESTrust Building 18
    19. 19. NAAIMPORTANCE 19
    20. 20. NAA IMPORTANCE Build acommon platform 20
    21. 21. NAA IMPORTANCEDefine By-Laws to streamline the various NAA processes 21
    22. 22. NAA IMPORTANCEEstablish members database 22
    23. 23. NAA IMPORTANCEIssue communications and become centre for information 23
    24. 24. NAA IMPORTANCEOrganize regular forums, retreats, sports, and other events 24
    25. 25. NAA IMPORTANCEPromoting a strong relationship between Alumni and NUST 25
    26. 26. BRIEFFFICE OF ALUMNI O HISTORY OF THE AFFAIRSFEBRUARY, 2011RECTOR’S APPROVAL 26
    27. 27. BRIEFFFICE OF ALUMNI O HISTORY OF THE AFFAIRSJUNE, 2011FUNCTIONALASSISTANT MANGER, ALUMNI DEVELOPMENT 27
    28. 28. HOWCENTRAL OFFICE CAN A WELL-ESTABLISHED HELP Disengaged Alumni Don’t Give 28
    29. 29. HOWCENTRAL OFFICE CAN A WELL-ESTABLISHED HELP A central infrastructure will lead to 29
    30. 30. 30
    31. 31. NAANUST ALUMNI ASSOCIATION 31
    32. 32. NAA KEY INITIATIVES Confidence Building Measures Interaction with existing Alumni Associations of NUST Colleges/SchoolsHeld meetings with Alumni Presidents and senior Alumni 32
    33. 33. NAA KEY INITIATIVESStarted Alumni Engagement Process Connected with Alumni Groups(visibility to 5000 Alumni through email groups)Alumni Talk series being held for all graduating batches 33
    34. 34. NAA KEY INITIATIVESNAA Policy & Constitution Document Alumni Web portal 34
    35. 35. NAA KEY INITIATIVES NAA Registration OptionsNAA Tagline and Logo development NAA Signature Newspaper ads 35
    36. 36. NAABRANDING 36
    37. 37. NAABRANDING 37
    38. 38. NAABRANDING 38
    39. 39. NAABRANDING 39
    40. 40. NAABRANDING 40
    41. 41. NAABRANDING 41
    42. 42. NAAConstitution & Policy Document 42
    43. 43. A non-profit organization for the unification of NUST alumni, the University, students and its faculty 43
    44. 44. 44
    45. 45. NAA MEMBERSHIPAn ‘alumnus’ is a person who has received adegree from any of the Colleges/Schools ofNUST. Any such alumnus is automatically a member without need for any further application, election, or enrollment 45
    46. 46. NAA MISSION “The NUST Alumni Association is founded to build and maintain lifelong relations with the NUST Alumni through a common platform in order to stimulate interest, build loyalty,increase involvement and generate support for the National University of Sciences and Technology” 46
    47. 47. NAA STRUCTURE AMC RCMS CAE CAMP CE&MEASAB NAA MCESMME Governing MCS Board SEECS PNEC SCEE NBS SCME SADA 47
    48. 48. NAA STRUCTURE Patron GOVERNING BOARD President Vice-President General Secretary Treasurer 6 Directors 6 Directors(Military Colleges) (H-12 Campus) Presidents, Presidents,College Chapters School Chapters 48
    49. 49. NAA ORGANIZATION & STRUCTURAL PROCEDURESStanding Committees • Membership/ Alumni Services Committee • Fund-raising/ Scholarship Committee • Program/ Event Planning Committee • Sponsorship Committee • Marketing Committee • Alumni Liaison Committee 49
    50. 50. NAA ELECTIONSGoverning Body Directors • Each Director of the GB shall be the current President of their respective Alumni Associations. • The term of service for each Director of GB will be in accordance to the term of the President prescribed in their respective charters 50
    51. 51. NAA ELECTIONSPresident/Vice-President/Treasurer • The term of the aforementioned positions is two years • These shall be alumni of NUST and shall have completed one full term as GB Directors 51
    52. 52. NAA ELECTIONSGeneral Secretary • The General Secretary shall be an officer at the Office of Alumni Affairs in addition to being an alumnus of NUST 52
    53. 53. NAA METHODOLOGY• Alumni Feedback Program• Recognition and Awards Program• Alumni Advisory Council• Alumni Ambassador Program• Alumni Development Programs• NAA Fund/Financial Aid and Scholarship Program• Faculty-Alumni ideas exchange program 53
    54. 54. NAA METHODOLOGY Alumni HomecomingAlumni Mentorship Program 54
    55. 55. NAA ALUMNI CARDAdvantages• Facilitation of entry into NUST premises• Free access to University resources like libraries, labs and sports facilities• Special discounts on the products and services being offered by partnering merchants• Subsidized room rentals at NUST H-12 campus• Subsidized bookings of Conference rooms and seminar halls 55
    56. 56. NAA ALUMNI CARDAdvantages• Subsidized bookings of Conference rooms and seminar halls• Discounted registration fee for various Alumni events• Access to online journals• Special discounts on NAA Souvenirs• Special discounts on training and workshop fees 56
    57. 57. NAA ALUMNI CARDAdvantages• Announcements and updates of international scholarships and job opportunities abroad• Discount at various Restaurants• Membership of SHRM Pakistan• Free invite to its events 57
    58. 58. NAAFROM PROBLEMS TO SOLUTIONS Problems Opportunity 58
    59. 59. NAAFOSTERING ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE ASAB Engineerin g Schools Army Medical College Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Bio-Medical Engineering 59
    60. 60. NAAFOSTERING ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE HEALIVER 60
    61. 61. NAAFOSTERING ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE ASAB Engineerin g Schools Army Medical College Centre for Innovation & Entrepreneurship Bio-Medical Engineering 61
    62. 62. NAA THE ROAD AHEAD• Increase membership growth substantially.• Increase service and support to alumni.• Build stronger relationships amongst NUST campuses.• Increase activities and visibility on a national and International level.• Improve and strengthen NAA to support and develop NUST Alumni and NUST . 62
    63. 63. NAA BENEFITSBenefits to Alumni • Can easily access and get involve in the association • Avail of membership services and opportunity to also serve • Being part of a system of having continuous improvement embodying the ideals of a NUST alumni 63
    64. 64. NAA BENEFITSBenefits to NUST • Closer cooperation and collaboration with the alumni • More efficient coordination • Partnership approach in building the NUST brand • Potential for more strategic joint programs 64
    65. 65. NAA SUMMARYWe’re • Putting in place a more effective central working system • Establishing and preparing the new NUST Alumni Association • Delivery of more diverse Alumni engagement • Setting objectives for long-term partnership between NUST and its Alumni • Getting more alumni inspired to participate & partner with NUST. 65
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