Technology Development Fund Program of HEC worth 46 million (2019) entitled  “Introduction of Innovative in-pond raceway system technology to improve

Aquaculture production in sustainable and economical way in Pakistan”.

 DICE Fund Collaboration grant for social and Creative Incubation Program between NUML, CGI & LCWU by British Council worth €75,000 (2019).
 HEC project entitled “Therapeutic effects of honey bee venom on different Diseases and anti-metastatic effect on carcinoma cell proliferation”.
 HEC project worth 0.5 Million (2018) entitled “Genetic and Immunological Analysis of Cockroach Allergin- Induced Asthma in Pakistani Population”.
 HEC, NRPU project (2017) entitled “Characterization of Industrial Effluents Using Whole Effluent Toxicity Testing (WET) and Evaluation of Cyto-Genetoxicity Biomarkers in the Fish Due to Industrial Effluents Exposure”.
 HEC project worth 0.41 Million (2016) entitled “Himalayan honey bee, Apiscerna gene cloning and expression in coli for the production of antibacterial compounds”.
 HEC project worth 5.9 Million (2015) entitled “Enhancement of the activity of two synergistic Bacillus thuringiensis proteins against cotton bollworms Eariasvitella Spodopteralitura”.
 HEC project worth 7.4 Million (2015) entitled “Study of the Innate Immune system and expression profiles of Immune responsive genes in major Carps, Labeo rohita, Catla catla and Cirrhinus mrigala with microbial infections”.
 Pak-US Competitive Research project worth 41.5 Million (2015) entitled “Application of molecular methods for the development of a pathogen-free
certification program for grapevine in Pakistan”.
 Punjab Agriculture Research Board project worth 5.0 Million (2015) entitled “High throughput citrus diagnostics and screening of pathogens of Canker, Greening, Scab and viruses from Nurseries and Orchards of Sargodha”.
 HEC, NRPU project worth 1.0 Million (2015) entitled “Collection, identification and Extraction of oil from various high oil yielding algal species, their molecular characterization and analysis of algal oil as a feedstock for biofuel production”.
 HEC project worth 0.5 Million (2014) entitled “Production of all female population in Silver carp (Hypophthalmichthys Molitrix) by 17a- Methyltestosterone Immersion and Dietary Treatment to improve its production and Harvesting period”.
 HEC project worth 0.5 Million (2014) entitled “Identification of pathogens affecting the Honeybee (Apismellifera) colonies and control of Varroa mite by using different methods”.
 Pakistan Atomic Energy Commission project (2014) entitled “Development of food irradiation manual for fresh fruits, vegetables, and frozen and other food products for extending shelf life in conformance with international standard”.
 WWF for Nature, Pakistan project worth 6.0 Million (2013) entitled “Baseline Survey of the Status of Butterflies in and around Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan”.

 Atomic Energy Commission, Pakistan project worth 1.5 Million (2012) entitled “Development of Food irradiation manual for fresh fruits, frozen and other food products for extending shelf life in conformance with International standards”.
 Ensystex (International), Australia project worth 0.5 Million (2011) entitled “Testing the efficacy of Exterra bait against termites in Pakistan”.
 HEC project worth 2.7 Million (2010) entitled “In vitro conservation of some medicinally important endangered, threatened and near to extinct species of different ecological zones of Pakistan”.
 World Wide Fund (WWF) for Nature – Pakistan project worth 0.3 Million (2010) entitled “Baseline Surveys of Butterflies in Coniferous forests of Punjab, Pakistan”.
 HEC, NRPU project worth 1.8 Million (2009) entitled “Molecular diagnostics of subterranean termites of Pakistan”.
 FMC Corporation of Pakistan project worth 1.0 Million (2008) entitled “Survey and Control Strategies of Termites in Urban Areas of Pakistan”.
 HEC, NRPU project worth 3.5 million (2007) entitled “Development of turmeric production technology for enhancement of yield, curcumin and oleoresin content using tissue culture techno}