Gad and Birgit Rausing Library is a multi-disciplinary library serving the faculty, students, researchers, and staff of the university. It is providing quality innovative services to its' patrons.
Please click the below link, click log in and sign up with LUMS id to create the premium (Edu) account; once the account is created, you will receive an email to activate your account
https://www.grammarly.com/edu As the activation process is done, you can also add in Grammarly for MS Windows. Note: If you have created a commercial (free) Grammarly account against your LUMS ID, please make sure you delete it first.
The library facilitates LUMS faculty's access to online plagiarism detection and management software i-e Turnitin. Library also provides similarity reports and certificates according to HEC rules for final thesis and projects. For similarity Index reports and certificates contact:
email@example.com Weekdays (9.00 a.m. to 8.00 p.m.)
firstname.lastname@example.org Saturday & Sunday (10:00 am to 08:00 pm)
For Plagiarism Certificates:
LUMS Library provides virtual access to its resources, i.e. databases, eBooks and journals etc. Click Below to Get Off-Campus Access
LUMS and AAS Partner to Cultivate Humanities and Social Sciences in Asia
LUMS has entered into a partnership with the Association for Asian Studies (AAS), the largest US based organisation focusing on Asian studies. This AAS initiated USD 2.68 million project is funded by the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). The aim is to develop research capabilities of professionals in the fields of Humanities and Social Sciences in South and Southeast Asia. Universities especially those that have underfunded departments Read More
What have you been working on since graduating from LUMS? I’ve been a media professional working in print, broadcast and now film. I actually tried on a bunch of hats while I was still at LUMS interning everywhere really except for banks, because I just don’t get numbers (true to a SS stereotype) to test how far my Social Sciences education would go. I interned at a newspaper, a development agency, an advertising agency and a multinational FMCG. When I graduated I began writing for The News and then I went on to the U.S. for my masters where I worked for Esquire magazine, various bureaus across America, and for Al Jazeera English. Read More