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Lahore: Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani, on Friday, announced that the Punjab government attempts to expand teaching hospital and medical colleges in Jamai Punjab under the education Policy 2017.
PU Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Zafar Mueen Nasir, Punjab Higher Education Commission Chairman Prof Dr Nizamuddin, PU Registrar Prof Dr Naeem Khan, Controller of Examinations Prof Dr Shahid Munir, deans of various faculties, members of Syndicate and many other faculty members, from various walks of life and a large number of degree and medal holders were present on the occasion. Addressing the attended this event. They further said that Pakistan is progressing due to the new policies that is adopted by the government. “Gillani further said that, government is still taking new initiatives to construct new universities in Punjab.
He also pointed out the need of a medical college and a 400-beded teaching hospital at Punjab University. He said that 10 buses would be provided to Punjab University for the support of teachers, employees and students. He said that he have the desire to establish the culture of quality education at campus and schools. Punjab Minister for Higher Education Syed Raza Ali Gillani was addressing said that the state government will spend 50% of subsidy for setting up the new medical colleges.
Dr Zafar acknowledged the participants on completing their degrees and medals. On the occasion, PU Registrar Prof Dr Naeem Khan said that the contract lectureship would be offered to the gold medal students.
The convocation attracted special attention of all the participants due to exclusive distinctions. Park Kyo Soun, a Korean student, obtained her PhD degree in History, while an Iranian student obtained her PhD degree in Biological Sciences. Also, a blind student Muhammad Ahmad got gold medal in his master’s degree in Pakistan studies.